The National Testing Agency has announced the CSIR NET result 2020. However as of now, only the NTA score has been announced. Which means that candidates can check their NTA score in part A, B, C and overall score. The cut offs have not yet been revealed, and consequently candidates cannot know right now whether they have qualified or not.
Next, the cut offs and qualification status of candidates will be released. As per cut off of the paper and category, it will be decided whether one has qualified for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and for Lectureship (LS) /Assistant Professor.
First of all, it is important for all who appeared in the Joint CSIR-UGC NET Examination June 2020, to check their results. To do so, one has to go to the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in and click the link “Joint CSIR UGC NET June 2020 NTA Score”. Then, log in with application number and date of birth. It may also be noted that NTA has also published the final answer key. To check the answer key, candidates need to click the link “JOINT CSIR UGC NET JUNE 2020 FINAL ANSWER KEY” at csirnet.nta.nic.in.
- Direct Link for CSIR NET Result June 2020
- Statistics of CSIR NET Result June 2020
- Final Answer Key on Basis of Which Result Was Compiled
Explanation of NTA Score – The CSIR NET was a MCQ based test. The marking scheme was different in part A, B, C in each of the papers of Chemical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, and Physical Sciences. Based on the final answer keys and options marked by candidates, their raw scores are calculated. Then, using the normalization process, the normalized score in form of percentile is calculated. Thus the NTA score you now see at logins are the normalized percentiles.
Usually the list of qualified candidates is published in the form of a pdf file containing rank and roll numbers of all who have qualified, paper wise.
NTA had conducted the amply delayed CSIR NET June 2020 exam on November 19, 21, 26 all across the country except in Chemical Sciences and Mathematical Sciences in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry where the exams had to be further postponed due to NIVAR Cyclone and was conducted on November 30.
As per the statistics that have also been made public, a total of 2,62,692 candidates had applied for CSIR NET June 2020 exam, and 1,71,273 had appeared. The number of candidates who had applied for Life Sciences was 97,772 (63,892 appeared), for Chemical Sciences it was 60,133 (39,081 appeared), for Mathematical Sciences it was 48,266 (31,144 appeared), then for Physical Sciences it was 46,073 (30,631 appeared), and for Earth Sciences it was 10,448 (6,525 appeared).