CBSE Result Fiasco: NEET And UGC NET Results Delayed.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) seems to be mired in controversies this year. The board is still under fire from parents and students about the delay in board exam results for class 12 and class 10 students. Class 12 students are particularly miffed as the delay has robbed them of the chance to apply at many undergraduate colleges in South Indian states in India. To add to the troubles of CBSE is the discontent among students who appeared in the NEET exam this year.
There were also reports of students being distributed question papers in English and Hindi when they had opted for another language in their application form. This forced the board to conduct re-examination at one exam centre in Warangal.
Responding to a petition, Supreme Court has declined request to re-conduct NEET exam, however, the stay on the NEET exam result by the Madras high Court is still in place.
NEET is not the last of worries for the board. The board is far behind in announcing result for UGC NET exam which was conducted in January this year. Ideally, the results are declared by April. The board was also expected to begin the application process for the July session for UGC NET exam but apart from an assurance from UGC that this year the exam will be conducted by CBSE and the forms would be out soon, there has been no further notice about UGC NET.
UGC NET exam is conducted for selection of candidates for JRF and determine eligibility for Assistant Professorship in Indian colleges and universities. It is estimated that about 7 lakh students had appeared for the UGC NET exam which was conducted in January 2017. The delay in result has refrained students from applying for various vacancies in colleges across the country and have also led to missed opportunities for students looking to enroll in PhD programs on the basis of their UGC NET score.
The CBSE UGC NET 2017 results are expected to release May 16. Candidates can check their results from the official website, cbsenet.nic.in
How to check the results:
- Go to the official website, cbsenet.nic.in
- Click on the link, Results of UGC NET JAN 2017′
- Enter all the required details
- Results will be displayed
- Download and take a printout for future use.
The delay in the CBSE UGC NET Jan Result 2017 is due to the various competitive exam in the pipeline and CBSE is declaring the result one by one.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the answer keys for National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) 2017 . The answer keys for the exam, which was conducted on January 22, 2017, is available on the official website of UGC NET – cbsenet.nic.in. CBSE every year conducts the exam on behalf of the University Grants Commission. A total of 7.94 lakh candidates appeared for the exam, 4,500 of whom took the yoga test.
The candidates can check the answer keys till May 8. To challenge the answers, the candidate has to submit Rs 1000 per representation through debit/ credit card and apply online. In case the responses are accepted by the CBSE, the fees will be credited. Therefore, it is recommended, the candidates should make payment through their own credit/debit card.
Steps to download UGC NET 2017 answer keys:
– Go to the official website of the UGC NET exam (cbsenet.nic.in).
– On the homepage, click on the answer keys link
– Enter your application number and password in the fields provided.
– Take print out of images of OMR sheets, recorded responses, answer keys and challenges submitted by them for future reference.
CBSE UGC NET Jan 2017 Result Declaration Update Published
Latest Update : 28/04/2017 – CBSC UGC NET Result, Hello Dear and Readers It good news CBSC UGC NET Results 2017 is Available here. After the Exam All the Candidates who have participated in this UGC NET 2017, they are eagerly searching the CBSC UGC NET Result 2017 here and there. The CBSC Board will be published the UGC NET Exam Result 2017 on the official web site in the First Week of May 2017 (Expected).
Sources Report – CBSE declare results without releasing Answer Key/OMR Sheets.
Merit list – CBSE UGC NET Result 2017
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare UGC NET 2017 result only for those candidates who will secure qualifying in all the three papers. Only those candidates who will secure cut off score as per their category will be considered eligible Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or Assistant/Associate Professorship or both. The eligibility for JRF or Assistant/Associate Professorship will be decided strictly on the basis of candidates’ score and their rank in merit position. Based on the UGC NET result 2017, only top 15% candidates (for each subject and category) will be considered for Assistant Professor only. And, among the 15% qualified candidates a separate merit list will be prepared for awarding JRF.
Digital checking of OMR sheets obtains marked answers from answer sheets. If answer matches that in answer key, then it is correct answers and adds to total marks. Now, total marks are calculated and after that comes steps for merit list.
– Get minimum marks to be considered for merit list of CBSE UGC NET.
|Category||Paper I||Paper II||Paper III|
|General||40% (40 marks)||40% (40 marks)||50% (75 marks)|
|OBC (NCL) PWD / SC / ST||35% (35 marks)||35% (35 marks)||40% (60 marks)|
– Board compiles eligible candidates, from above step, in order of merit.
Masters and PhD degree holders appeared in National Eligibility Test. There is a long wait for UGC NET Results.
|CBSE UGC NET Jan 2017 Event||CBSE UGC NET Jan 2017 Date|
|Conduct of exam||22 Jan 2017|
|Release of official answer keys||No Released|
|Declaration of CBSE UGC NET Result 2017||First week of May|
Update : 24/04/2017 – A lot of rumours are being spread about the result delay. Our team approached CBSE regarding the result delay. But no information was provided by CBSE for UGC NET Result 2017. All the official were on silent mode regarding the result information. But some sources revealed that possible reasons for CBSE UGC NET delay are the backlog of the exam, which are conducted by CBSE.
CBSE is trying to clear out the backlog of the exam, which are already in line before declaring CBSE UGC NET Result 2017. The candidates who appeared in the UGC NET 2017 exam are in a great panic. It is advised to have patience and keep waiting for the result. CBSE is the organising body for many exams including Board Exam, UGC NET Exam, CTET Exam, JEE, NEET, and many other. Right now, many exam are in pipelines due to which UGC NET Results are being delayed.
The source revealed that the delay of a week in conducting the examination causes a whole lot of concerns. The on-going problems going on regarding the NEET 2017 exams with the extension given by Supreme Court has further caused delay. One more important report has also being made due to on-going examinations, the CBSE might suspend the UGC NET July Exam.
Indiatv.com Update : 21/04/2017 – News regarding the likely suspension of CBSE UGC NET July 2017 exams surfaced yesterday. Sources revealed that due to extensive pressure of examination on the conducting body of the UGC NET exam, CBSE was considering suspending the UGC NET July 2017 exams. While the report circulated, many students who have been waiting for the results of the January 2017 UGC NET exam sent out requested regarding the declaration of results. Many students feared that the results of the UGC NET Jan 2017 exam would be delayed due to the same reason. While there is merit to the possibility, it is important to state that there is no official update of the same.
Officials approached commented that the evaluation of the result was still underway. Also, since CBSE had decided to use digi scoring for Jan Exam for the first time, the results are expected to take less time than usual.
According to the CBSE the candidates, who are not satisfied with the captured response, may challenge by filling online application form on the website www.cbsenet.nic.in by paying a sum of Rs.1000/- per question.
“The CBSE’s decision on the challenges shall be final and the result will be declared on the basis of Final Answer Keys“, it said.
“The marks of all the candidates will be uploaded on CBSE website www.cbsenet.nic.in soon after declaration of result. Besides this, CBSE will not issue any marks sheet to qualified/non qualified candidates”, the CBSE said in UGC NET 2017 Information Bulletin.
“In case the Answer Key(s) is/are found to be incorrect, the CBSE will process the result in the light of changed key (s)”, it added.
The aspirants of CBSE UGC NET can go through the tentative cut off of Paper-I out of 100 marks. The Paper-II will also be of 100 marks while Paper III will be out of 150 marks. In General paper 40% will be the cut off for Paper-I while the tentative cut off for OBC (Non-creamy layer) PWD/SC/ST will be 35%. For the General category for Paper II will be 40% out of total of 100 marks, while the cut off got OBC (Non-creamy layer) PWD/SC/ST will be 35%. For Paper III, 75 (50%) will be the cut off while for OBC (Non-creamy layer) PWD/SC/ST the cut off will be 60(40%).
Step wise procedure to check CBSE UGC NET result 2017 is given below.
- Log on to the official website or Click on the link given below
- On the home page, click on ‘NET January exam 2017 results’
- New page opens
- Login with application number and password generated during the registration
- UGC NET result 2017 will be displayed
Candidates who qualify the Test for eligibility for Assistant Professor will be appointed as per the rules and regulations for recruitment of Assistant Professor of the concerned universities/ colleges/state governments.
Minimum Marks are required to obtain for selection:
Step-I: Candidates will consider for the award of JRF and for Assistant professor based on minimum marks to be obtained in NET.
|Papers||Category & Minimum marks to obtain|
|For General||OBC (Non-creamy layer)/ PWD/ SC/ ST|
|PAPER – I||40 (40%)||35 (35%)|
|PAPER – II||40 (40%)||35 (35%)|
|PAPER– III||75 (50 %)||60 (40 %)|
Step-II: After cleared step-I, a merit list will be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the three papers secured by such candidates.
Step-III: From the merit list, top 15% candidates will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for assistant professor only.
Step-IV: A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from amongst the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list prepared under step III by using the formula given below:-
No- of slot under General (UR)
Category for JRF in a subject = No. of candidates who have opted for JRF and are qualified for eligibility for assistant professor in that subject X No. of slots available under General (UR) Category
In 1952, the government had decided that all grants to universities and higher learning institutions should be handled by the UGC. Top 15% candidates (for each subject and category), from the merit list will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor only. A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from amongst the NET qualified candidates.
The universities, institutions, IITs and other national organizations are required to select the JRF awardees for whole time research work in accordance with the procedure prescribed by them. The award of JRF and Eligibility for Assistant Professor both or Eligibility for Assistant Professor only will depend on the performance of the candidate in all three papers of NET. However, the candidates qualifying exclusively for Assistant Professor will not be considered for award of JRF. ALSO READ: CBSE UGC NET 2017 Answer Keys likely to be out in April first week: Check your answers online
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