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UGC NET result December 2018 declared: How to download at ntanet.nic.in

UGC NET Result December 2018, NTA UGC NET Result Dec 2018: National Testing Agency has released the result of UGC NET exam held in December 2018. The candidates can check result at ntanet.nic.in

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NTA UGC NET result 2018: Know how to check result

UGC NET Result December 2018, NTA UGC NET Result Dec 2018: The results of the UGC National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) examination have been declared today, five days before the scheduled release date. The candidates can check the result on the official websites — ntanet.nic.in or nta.ac.in. Out of 9.56 lakh candidates who registered for the NTA NET exam, 6.81 lakh appeared for both papers. While 44001 candidates qualified for the eligibility for assistant professor, a total of 3,883 aspirants qualified for JRF and eligible for assistant professor.

The exam was held for over two days (December 18 to December 22) and was conducted by the NET for the first time on the behalf of the University Grant Commission. A total of 65.3 per cent candidates appeared in the exam on day one and 72.8 per cent of candidates attempted the exam on day two. NTA conducted the UGC NET in 235 cities and was held for a total of 85 subjects.

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To check UGC NET result, the candidates have to visit the official website mentioned above. On the homepage, they need to click on the UGC NET result link. A new page will open. Login with your registered number and fill in the details. The UGC NET result will be available for download.

NET is conducted to determine eligibility for college and university level lectureship and for the award of junior research fellowship. This time the exam was held in the computer-based mode in 10 shifts.

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The UGC NET answer keys were released last week and the aspirants were given time till January 1 to raise objections. However, since the National Testing Agency did not find any valid objection to the queries, they decided to release the result on January 5.

Earlier, the Union HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar has said that the exams were conducted successfully by NTA. The NTA was established to make the examinations more scientific and credible, said the union minister.