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UGC NET 29th June 2014 Result date and time – University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) twice a year to determine eligibility for lectureship. Lastly, UGC-NET was conducted on 29June, 2014. A very large number of candidates appeared for UGC NET Examination. All appeared candidates are anxiously searching online for results. Last year, June 2013 UGC NET Result was declare on 21st October 2013. This year also NET Results June 2014 is expected to be released on 21.10.2014.
Update 10.11.2014 : UGC NET June 2014 Result Declared by UGC and NET Bureau
UGC NET Results declaration Schedule :
The result of June, UGC-NET is declared generally in the month of October. Similarly December, UGC-NET result is usually declared in the month of April. The UGC-NET results published in the Employment News are also available on UGC website. UGC NET Result 29th June 2014 will be available in the following websites.
UGC National Eligibility Test NET Result Websites :
UGC NET June 2014 Result, Cut off marks, score cards and mark lists will be available in the official websites along with the result.
Qualifying Crieria and Cut-off percentages for UGC JRF and UGC Assistant Professor in UGC NET June 2014
The procedure and criteria for declaration of result for UGC-NET conducted on
29th June, 2014 comprises of the following steps:
Step I :
Minimum marks to be obtained in UGC-NET for considering a candidate for the award of JRF and eligibility for Assistant Professor:
The candidates are required to obtain the following minimum marks separately
in Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III as given below:
|Minimum Marks (%) to be obtained|
|PAPER – I||PAPER – II||PAPER– III|
|GENERAL||40 (40%)||40 (40%)||75 (50 %)|
|OBC (Non-Creamy layer)/PWD/SC/ST||
60 (40 %)
Amongst those candidates who have cleared step-I, a merit list was prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the three papers secured by such candidates.
Top 15% candidates (for each subject and category), from the merit list mentioned under step-II, have been declared qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor only. By this method, if the number obtained is less than one, it is taken as at least one, i.e., a minimum of one candidate is qualified wherever a fraction less than one is obtained as per this methodology. However, for fractions greater than one, the figure is rounded off to the nearest whole number.
Criteria for Awarding Junior Research Fellowships
Out of the candidates qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor, those candidates who had applied for JRF, were in the consideration zone for the award of slots available for JRF. The methodology for allocation of JRF slots among different subjects category-wise described below is in addition to the category-wise minimum criterion for eligibility for Assistant Professor.
i) The Commission provides a minimum of 3200 fellowships in each UGC-NET. ii) As per Government of India reservation policy, a minimum of 27%, 15%,
7.5% and 3% of Fellowships are reserved for the OBC (Non-creamy layer), SC, ST and Persons with disabilities (PWD) respectively. Accordingly, the
category-wise slots available for each category are as follows:
|No. of Slots Available for JRF|
|OBC (Non-creamy layer))||864||27.00%|
iii) The calculation is based on the ratio of number of candidates who had opted
for JRF and were qualified for lectureship eligibility in each subject category- wise to the total number of candidates qualified for lectureship who had opted for JRF in that category over all subjects multiplied by the total number of fellowships to be awarded to that category. The nearest whole number obtained as per this formula provides the number of slots available in any particular subject category-wise.
iv) By this method, if the number of JRF slots obtained for any subject in a particular category is less than one, it is taken as one, i.e., a minimum of one JRF is awarded wherever a fraction less than one is obtained as per this methodology. However, for fractions greater than one, the figure is rounded off to the nearest whole number.
v) The aggregate percentage of all the three papers corresponding to the number of JRF slots derived as described above is taken as the cut-off percentage for awarding JRF for any particular subject category-wise.
The subject cum category-wise aggregate (of Paper I, II & III) qualifying percentages for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and eligibility for Assistant Professor are given in the pdf file which can be downloaded using the link mentioned below