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CBSE UGC NET Answer key 2017

The CBSE UGC NET 2017 was successfully held on 22nd January 2017, at different centers of India. The Answer Keys of all the papers will be displayed on the official website that is The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has conducted UGC NET instead of the University Grants Commission for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and to check the eligibility for the Assistant Professor. Get all the important details about the CBSE UGC NET Answer Key 2017 from this article.

CBSE UGC NET January Answer Key 2017

The OMR answer sheet of the candidates will soon appear on the official website of the CBSE. The examination pattern followed two sessions and there were in total 3 exams. The Exam pattern of the CBSE UGC NET was followed this way.

Paper Questions And Marks
I 60 Questions, Candidate has to attempt 50 questions carrying  100 Marks
II 50 Questions carrying 100 Marks
III 75 Questions carrying 150 Marks

CBSE UGC NET Answer Key 2017

All the candidates who have appeared in the CBSE UGC NET Examination in January must now be waiting for their Answer Key of the papers. The Applicants must be in a hurry to check their result soon. It is to be noted that the Answer Key available on the Websites are provided by the institutes, whereas the official answer is not yet released. So, the candidates are required to follow up the official Answer key when it is released.

CBSE UGC NET Qualifying Marks and Cut off 2017 (January)

The candidates, who have qualified this examination with the below-given qualifying marks of CBSE UGC NET, will become eligible for the further steps are required to score the marks that are been mentioned in the merit list.

Minimum Qualifying Marks (%) General Candidates OBC (NCL), SC, ST, PWD
Paper I 40% 35%)
Paper II 440% 35%)
Paper III 50%  40%

CBSE UGC NET Result 2017

All Candidates are required to fulfill the given criteria and then should earn a name in the merit list which will be prepared subject-wise and then category-wise with the aggregate marks of the three papers that have been obtained by the candidates.

  • The Top 15% candidates from the prepared merit list will be then declared as NET qualified for the eligibility for the Assistant Professor only.
  • A particular merit list for JRF will be prepared by the department from the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list which will be prepared.

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