The National Test Agency (NTA) has declared the results for Council of Scientific and Industrial Research National Entrance Test, commonly known as CSIR NET 2020. The results are available in the form of scorecards on the official website. NTA conducted the online mode test, i.e., computer-based test (CBT), in June 2020.
The National Testing Agency has declared the CSIR NET 2020 result as scores, and this implies that the candidates can only check their overall score and the score obtained in each section, i.e., section A, B, and C. The NTA authorities have not declared the final cutoffs of the test yet. However, the NTA has published the final answer key on the official website. Candidates can check the answer key by visiting the official website. Alternatively, candidates can also click on the direct link provided below to download the answer key.
After the declaration of the final cutoffs and qualifying status for the CSIR NET 2020 test, candidates will know whether they have qualified or not. Whether a candidate has qualified or not depends upon the category and the declared cutoffs.
How to View CSIR NET 2020 Results?
All the candidates who appeared for the CSIR NET 2020 test can check their results online. To check the results, candidates must follow the below-given steps properly. Also, the candidates can check the results by clicking on the direct link provided below.
- Visit the official website – csirnet.nta.nic.in
- Now click on the “Joint CSIR UGC NET June 2020 NTA score” tile at the bottom of the homepage.
- The result page will appear.
- Now fill in the details as asked.
- Enter the “Security Pin” displayed.
- Now click on the “SUBMIT” button.
- The scorecard will appear on the screen.
NTA Score Explained
The CSIR NET was an MCQ based test. The evaluation plan was distinctive in each section, i.e., A, B, C in every paper of Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Earth Sciences. The crude scores depend on the final answer keys and choices set apart by the candidates. The standardised score, which is in percentile, is calculated by utilising the standardisation process. The NTA score that is presently observed at logins by the candidates is the standardised percentile.