The University Grants Commission (UGC) had released a notification today, according to which the UGC-NET ( National Eligibility Test) December 2020 and June 2021 cycles result will be released either today, February 17, or tomorrow, February 18. Candidates can expect to check their results anytime now at the official websites ugcnet.nta.nic.in or nta.ac.in, by logging in. Of the total 12 lakh applicants, only 6% are expected to qualify the exam.
UGC NET Result 2022 – Highlights
|Exam Name||UGC NET 2021|
|Exam Session||UGC NET December 2020-June 2021 Sessions|
|Exam Dates||Phase 1 was held from 20 Nov – 5 Dec 2021, |
Phase 2 from 23 to 27 Dec, and Phase 3 on 4-5 Jan 2022
|UGC NET Result 2022 Date||17 or 18 Feb 2022|
|UGC NET Result 2022 Link||To be announced|
|How to check result||Click on the result link > Enter application number and date of birth|
|Official websites to check result||ugcnet.nta.nic.in, results.nic.in, nta.ac.in, and ntaresults.nic.in|
|Exam Conducting Body||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
UGC NET Result 2022 Direct Link: Once the results are declared, candidates can check the results here. In addition, they can also follow the steps to download the results from various websites, including ugcnet.nta.nic.in, results.nic.in, nta.ac.in, and ntaresults.nic.in.
05:45 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET results – Where to keep a tab?
Candidates are required to keep a tab of the official site at ugcnet.nta.ac.in, for all the updates regarding the results.
04:45 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET – A look at the stats!
UGC NET examinations for the December and July cyles were merged, as already reported. Due to this, approximately 12.67 lakh registered candidates for this cycle of UGC NET took the exam in computer-based test (CBT) mode in around 213 cities across 469 centers, and are now awaiting the results!
03:42 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET – Results will not be re-evaluated and/or re-checked
Candidates must note that as per the regulations by the NTA, there shall be no re-evaluation/re-checking of results. As the agency has already finalized the answer keys, this facility is not available. Furthermore, no correspondence in this regard from the candidates will be accepted by the agency.
02:42 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET results still being processed?
Candidates seem to have enquired about the delay in result with the “officials“, speculatively, on the NTA helpline and are reporting that the results for the UGC NET exam are still being processed from the agency’s end. There is no definite reason for this delay. However, candidates have expressed that it is surprising despite conducting the exams in CBT (computer-based test) mode, the agency has taken this long to declare the results.
02:10 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET 2021 – No response from NTA
Candidates are trying to reach out to the NTA helpline, and have posted that they are unable to fetch any response from the agency. Exam-takers and other candidates are already disappointed over the delay in results. No response from the agency seems to have further aggravated their dilemma.
01:38 PM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET Fellowships After Result is out!
- National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste Students (NFSC)
- National Fellowship for Other Backward Classes (NFOBC)
- Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students (MANF)
In this regard, candidates must note that those who exclusively qualify for Assistant Professor will not be eligible for the JRF award. Those who qualifying Junior Research Fellowship are eligible for both JRF and Assistant Professor.
01:02 PM | 18 Feb 2022
Details mentioned on the UGC NET scorecard
Following particulars will be written on the UGC NET scorecard, once the same is released. Candidates can take note of the following –
- Name of the candidate
- Application number
- Roll number
- Name of the course
- Total marks
- Paper details
- Marks obtained
- Percentile obtained
- Percentage of marks
12:15 PM | 18 Feb 2022
What is the minimum qualifying marks for UGC NET 2021?
According to the regulations set by CBSE, to pass the test, candidates belonging to the UR category need to score 40 percent marks, and those belonging to SC/ST and OBC category must score past 35%. Despite the qualification, only the top 6 percent of the candidates will be declared pass.
11:35 AM | 18 Feb 2022
UGC NET 2021 Results to be out today?
Earlier it was expected that the results will be declared on February 14. The NTA helpline too provided the same information. Several reports, including subject experts, coaching institutes and media houses also reported that the results will be announced either on February 14 or February 15. But there weren’t any official announcements from UGC or NTA.
Now that the results have not been declared on the said dates, it is expected that the same will be out by today.
Steps to check the UGC NET results
Step 1: Go to the website ugcnet.nta.nic.in
Step 2: Scroll down to find the link for ‘UGC NET Result’ and click on it.
Step 3: Next, candidates will be provided with an option to check their results using their application number and password or application number and date of birth. Select the required option.
Step 4: Enter the details as per the option selected.
Candidates can also check their results at nta.ac.in. For this, open the official notification and click on the link to check the results. Login using the application number and password/ date of birth.
UGC NET December 2020 and June 2021 cycle
The NET exam is conducted twice every year, in June and December. The December 2020 session was not held due to the COVID pandemic. Therefore, the December 2020 and June 2021 cycles were conducted together in 3 phases- Phase 1 (November 20 to December 05, 2021), Phase 2 (December 24 to December 27, 2021) and Phase 3 (January 04 and 05, 2022). The answer key was released on January 22 and the candidates were able to raise their objections regarding the answer key. Now the results will be published based on the updated answer key.
UGC NET Cut offs, qualifying marks
General and EWS category candidates should secure minimum 40% marks to qualify the exam. The cut-off marks for candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ OBC and PwD category is 35%. A normalisation procedure will be followed since the exam was conducted in multiple shifts in 3 phases. The normalisation will be based on the difficulty level of the question papers and the number of candidates who attempted each paper. There will no provision for re-evaluation or re-checking of the results, once it is declared. Candidates who qualify the exam will be able to download their certificate from ecertificate.nta.nic.in. The certificate for Assistant Professor/ Lecturer is valid for lifetime and the certificate for Junior Research Fellow is valid upto 2 years from the date of declaration of results.