UGC NET 2017: Can you qualify the exam? Check it out!
New Delhi: The UGC NET November 2017 exam on November 5 was appeared by around 75 per cent of the students applied (around 9.3 lakh students had applied).
The result will be published soon and, of course, students’ must be nervous and feeling their heartbeat. So, here’s the expected cut off score for the exam as per a report of India Today.
It is expected that the cut-off mark of the November UGC NET exam would be decreased by 1 per cent or 2 per cent as compared to the cut off mark of the June exam.
How is the cut-off mark considered?
(i) Strength: The total number of candidates appeared in the exam.
(ii) Level of difficulty: If the papers were difficult the cut off will decrease and vice versa (it also goes parallel with the fact that if questions are difficult, score of students will definitely decrease).
(iii) Students’ ratio: Number of students appeared the exam per category.
It is worth mentioning that the qualifying percentage of marks for general category students will be 40 per cent in Paper I and II and 50 per cent in Paper III.
OBC category students will need to secure 35 per cent marks in Paper I, II and 45 per cent in Paper III.
Similarly, students coming under PH/VH/SC/ST category require getting 35 per cent in Paper I and II and 60 per cent in Paper III.
CBSE conducts the Test for the posts of Assistant Professor only, or Junior Research Fellow & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both.
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