UGC NET CUT OFF SUBJECT WISE OF 2021 will be soon released after the examination. CUT OFF OF UGC NET 2021 can be determined through the previous year cut off of subjects. To qualify for the post of Assistant Professor and Joint Research Fellowship, a candidate has to be focused and determined to get through the examination. It is important for the candidates to register for the examination with accuracy and precision as even a small mistake will lead to the cancellation of the candidature.
CUT OFF UGC NET 2021 will be released by the commission on the official website. Cut Off is released both subject and category wise. Due to the pandemic situation UGC NET, 2020 DECEMBER has been postponed to MAY 2021. So to check and to have a basic idea of CUT OFF UGC NET of 2021, a candidate can have a look at 2020 and 2019 CUT OFF UGC NET.
Candidates can compare the cut-offs of 2019 and 2020 of UGC NET subject wise PDF Format of both years have been provided below.
FACTORS THAT DETERMINE UGC NET Cut-off
The cut-off for UGC NET 2020 depends on various factors, which are listed below:
- Number of seats available
- Level of difficulty of exam
- Marking scheme
- Ratio of candidates to seats
The number of candidates to be qualified for the post of Assistant Professor is equal to 6% of the candidates who appeared for both NET Papers. It must be known that along or apart from this eligibility test, there might be other requirements and parameters of the respective institutions and universities to select the assistant professor for a particular course or program.
We have tried our best to list all the information in this article regarding the UGC NET Cut off list subject wise. In Case you have any queries on it then please have a look at the below-listed step by step process. Below listed step by step process may help you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Who and when CUT OFF UGC NET IS released?
Ans. It is released by NTA on the official website as soon as the announcement of the result.
Q. While selecting of subjects, can I fill it with 2 subjects?
Ans. No, as per norms candidates can only fill it from one subject.