UGC NET 2020 Statistics Released by NTA; 47157 Students Qualified

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UGC NET 2020 Statistics Released by NTA; 47157 Students Qualified
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The National Testing Agency has released the much-awaited UGC-NET June 2020 result in online mode. The exams were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns in place. The UGC NET 2020 exams were conducted between 24 September 2020 and 13 November 2020 in two shifts per day. The exam was conducted at 1119 centres across 225 cities in the country in 81 subjects.

As soon as the UGC NET results were declared, the National Testing Agency released an official press release mentioning the related result statistics for the exams. The press release contains details about the total number of candidates who applied, number of candidates who appeared for the exam and the number of qualified candidates.

UGC NET 2020 Result Statistics

Applied For Registered Appeared Qualified for Total
Assistant

Professor only

JRF & Assistant

Professor

Assistant Professor

only

259734 140479 4848 N.A. 4848
JRF & Assistant

Professor

601242 386228 [email protected] 6171 42309
Total 860976 526707 40986 6171 47157

Out of the total, 36138 candidates who applied for JRF & Assistant Professor and qualified for Assistant Professor only, will also be considered qualified for the award of the below given National Fellowship:

Fellowship Number of Candidates
National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste Students (NFSC) 4029
National Fellowship for Other Backward Classes (NFOBC) 431
Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students (MANF) 475

About UGC NET 2020

The University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is conducted twice every year by the National Testing Agency. The exam is conducted every year for admission into colleges offering doctoral degrees like PhD and JRF. The exam is also taken up by candidates for either the post of Lecturer and Assistant Professor. The June 2020 session had been delayed due to the COVID-19.

The UGC NET 2020 exam consists of two papers – one includes teaching aptitude, and the other is the subject chosen by the candidates. To qualify, candidates need to pass in both the papers individually. There is no negative marking in the UGC NET examination. Candidates are advised to keep visiting the official website for regular updates.

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