UGC NET 2018: CBSE is likely to declare UGC NET result this week at

Published on: Jul 31, 2018 10:32 IST
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), conducted the University Grants Commission's National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET), and is likely to declare the results this week. The UGC NET 2018 exam was conducted on July 8, 2018. From the next year onwards, the UGC-NET exam would be conducted by the newly-formed National Testing Agency (NTA). Earlier, CBSE has released the answer key for the UGC NET exam conducted on July 8and the re-exam conducted at Allahabad centre on July 22. This is for the first time that, the CBSE is going to release the results within the same month of conducting the examination. Earlier, the UGC-NET used to be declared by the CBSE after three to four months of holding the exam. Sometimes it crossed for five months.

The answer key is available on the official website for UGC NET. The Candidates who had appeared for the exam will have to login to their account on the UGC NET website to submit their challenge. This year, about 11.48 lakh aspirants appeared for the eligibility test across 91 cities. The examination was conducted in 84 different subjects. According to CBSE source, "The Board is working towards releasing the results by end of this month, and most likely on July 31, 2018 is all goes as planned. “

Here are some steps to download the UGC NET 2018 Result:

Step 1: Go to the official website for UGC NET July 2018 exam:
Step 2: Click on the UGC NET 2018 Result link available on the home page.
Step 3: Enter the required details.
Step 4: Submit and download result
Step 5: Take a print out

This year, there were 2082 examination centres across the country. A total number of 2864 observers and 675 Board's officials were deputed on these centres to oversee the conduct of the examination. Some changes were made for the NET exam this year. The cut-off age of students that are planning to apply for the Junior Research Fellow (JRF) post has been revised to 30 years from 28 years. Earlier, candidates had to appear for three papers, this year they appeared only for two papers.

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