The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted UGC NET November 2017 exam on 5th November. As per information collected from the officials approximately 9.5 lakh candidates applied for the exam but almost 75% candidates appeared that makes around 7 Lakh.
Number of candidates as per source:
- Male: 4,10,500
- Female: 5,20,500
- Transgender: 3
About NET Exam:
CBSE conducts NET exam every year. NET is known as National Eligibility Test conducted by CBSE on behalf of University Grant Commission (UGC) for assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship. This exam was conducted in 91 cities across the country.
NET November 2017 cut-off:
It is expected that exam cut-off will be decreased by 1 or 2 percent as compared to cut-off went in NET June 2017 exam. The cut-off is the maximum marks to be scored by the candidates to qualify ugc net exam. The cut-ff will be decided n the following points.
- The number of candidates appeared in an exam.
- difficulty level, if difficulty level will be low then cut-off will be high and vice versa.
- the number of candidates appeared in an exam per category that is ratio of the candidates.
- The candidate have to score minimum qualification mark in aggregate of three papers that is at least 40% for general candidate and 35% for OBC/st/sc and other candidate.
- For the qualifying candidates who scored minimum of 40%, a merit list will be prepared.
- 6% candidates amongst the test taker in the order of merit will be eligible for the Assistant Professor. Separate merit list will be prepare for JRE candidates