CBSE UGC NET Result 2017 : June, December Exam, Cut off

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Final Result of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) UGC NET 2017:- CBSE will publish the UGC NET Result. This examination will organize two time in a year June and December. All participated and interested applicants can check the result. Candidates who have qualify in the University grants commission (UGC) National Eligibility Test (NET). CBSE UGC NET Result 2017 : June, December Exam, Cut off.

Answer key and Final Result for UGC NET EXAM 2017

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) already declared the Answer key or Exact cut off marks December 2017. Answer key will announce after finishing the examination but its time Final Result for UGC NET for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and eligibility for assistance professor Exam through the authorized board which is Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 2017 session.

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CBSE UGC NET Result 2017 : June, December Exam, Cut off

Final result of UGC NET will announce June 2017. So applicants who have participated in UGC NET Exam can download the list online announced on the official web link www.cbsenet.nic.in.

Download the UGC NET Admit Card June 2017

How to check the CBSE UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) Result December 2017

(a). Result out of UGC NET for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) exam held December 2017 on the official web link www.cbsenet.nic.in.

(b). Visit the link CBSC NET Result December 2017

(c). Then you will be submit your Roll number and DOB

(d). Finally display CBSE NET Result 2017

Candidates must be obtained minimum marks in Paper-(I) get the 40 means (40%) marks for General candidates and 35 (35%) for SC, ST, PWD and OBC-NCL candidates.

Candidates must be obtained minimum marks in Paper-(II) get the 40 means (40%) marks for General candidates and 35 (35%) for SC, ST, PWD and OBC-NCL candidates.

Candidates must be obtained minimum marks in Paper-(III) get the 75 means (50%) marks for General candidates and 60 (40%) for SC, ST, PWD and OBC-NCL candidates.

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