The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE will announce the result of University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test- UGC NET today. The exam was conducted in January, 2017 and was given by 7.94 lakh candidates.
UGC NET Exam was conduct in three parts. In part one, candidates had to answer 50 out of 60 questions, carrying 2 marks each. In part two, the number of questions was decreased to 50 and in part three it was increased to 75, all carrying 2 marks.
Steps to download the CBSE UGC NET 2017 results:
• Go to the official website of the UGC NET exam-cbsenet.nic.in.
• The notification of the result will be available on the home page, clicking on which will redirect you to the required page.
• Enter your details in the fields provided to search for your results.
• Download your results and take a print out of the same for further reference.
What is CBSE University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test?
CBSE conducts NET for the grant of junior research fellowship and eligibility for assistant professorship in universities and colleges. It is, however, only the conducting body and the e-certificates to qualified candidate are issued by UGC- NET Bureau.. The result this year is coming a late in comparison to previous year and is coupled with another point of discontent for the candidates, which is its conversation from bi-annual to annual exam.
The result will be announced in a scorecard format and will carry candidates' eligibility/qualification status and will also have the marks scored by a candidate in each of the three papers. The result is expected to come out before 3pm but there is no official announcement in this regard, yet.
CBSE had released the answer key earlier in May and had given the candidates the option of filing objections. The fee for challenging the recorded responses marked on the OMR was Rs 1000 per question through credit/debit card.
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