Discover Cut-Off percentage in CSIR-UGC NET June 2017 & its historical trend

Mumbai: The results of Joint CSIR-NET June 2017 have been declared on 30 November 2017. The December 2017 CSIR-NET exam will be held on 17 December 2017 (Sunday). The candidates who have applied for Dec 2017 test are giving final touches to their exam preparation.

The Cut-Off percentage of the test gives an idea how to track the test. The Cut-Off % of June 2017 Exam (JRF) for Unreserved Category candidates for the five subjects are as followed: Chemical Science -55.50%;  Earth Science -53.72% ; Life Science -55% ; Mathematical Science -50.38% ; Physical Science -40.63%. On the other hand, the Cut-Off % of June 2017 Exam (Lectureship) for Unreserved Category candidates for the five subjects are as followed: Chemical Science -49.95%;  Earth Science -48.35% ; Life Science -49.50% ; Mathematical Science -45.34% ; Physical Science -36.57%.

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There is no separate cut-off for Part A, B & C of each subject papers. The cumulative marks of all parts are taken into consideration for drawing of merit list. The merit list is prepared for each categories: Unreserved, OBC, SC, ST and PwD.

Junior Research Fellowship (NET)- June 2017
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PWD
Chemical
Science
55.50% 48.25% 40.25% 30.00% 28.75%
Earth
Science
53.72% 46.06% 38.61% 32.60% 25.00%
Life
Science
55.00% 45.00% 37.00% 31.50% 25.00%
Mathematical
Science
50.38% 42.88% 34.13% 25.00% 25.00%
Physical
Sciences
40.63% 34.88% 29.25% 25.00% 25.00%
Lecturership (NET) – June 2017
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PwD
Chemical
Science
49.95% 43.43% 36.22% 27.00% 25.87%
Earth
Science
48.35% 41.45% 34.75% 29.34% 25.00%
Life
Science
49.50% 40.50% 33.30% 28.35% 25.00%
Mathematical
Science
45.34% 38.59% 30.72% 25.00% 25.00%
Physical
Sciences
36.57% 31.39% 26.32% 25.00% 25.00%
Junior Research Fellowship (NET) – Dec 2016
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PWD
Chemical
Science
51.50% 44.25% 36.75% 27.00% 25.25%
Earth
Science
52.81% 45.90% 36.99% 30.17% 27.22%
Life
Science
56.00% 46.25% 39.50% 33.50% 25.25%
Mathematical
Science
59.50% 50.00% 39.25% 27.63% 26.00%
Physical
Sciences
37.88% 33.00% 27.31% 25.00% 25.00%
Lectureship (NET) – Dec 2016
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PWD
Chemical
Science
46.35% 39.83% 33.08% 25.00% 25.00%
Earth
Science
47.53% 41.31% 33.29% 27.15% 25.00%
Life
Science
50.40% 41.63% 35.55% 30.15% 25.00%
Mathematical
Science
53.55% 45.00% 35.33% 25.00% 25.00%
Physical
Sciences
34.09% 33.00% 25.00% 25.00% 25.00%

 

Junior Research Fellowship (NET) – June 2016

Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PWD
Chemical
Science
51.50% 44.25% 36.75% 27.00% 25.25%
Earth
Science
52.81% 45.90% 36.99% 30.17% 27.22%
Life
Science
56.00% 46.25% 39.50% 33.50% 25.25%
Mathematical
Science
59.50% 50.00% 39.25% 27.63% 26.00%
Physical
Sciences
37.88% 33.00% 27.31% 25.00% 25.00%
Lectureship (NET) – June 2016
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PWD
Chemical
Science
46.35% 39.83% 33.08% 25.00% 25.00%
Earth
Science
47.53% 41.31% 33.29% 27.15% 25.00%
Life
Science
50.40% 41.63% 35.55% 30.15% 25.00%
Mathematical
Science
53.55% 45.00% 35.33% 25.00% 25.00%
Physical
Sciences
34.09% 33.00% 25.00% 25.00% 25.00%
 

 

Junior Research Fellowship (NET) -June 2016

Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PH/VH
Chemical
Science
50.25% 43.25% 34.50% 25.00% 27.75%
Earth
Science
46.79% 40.99% 33.22% 29.77% 26.74%
Life
Science
59.00% 49.25% 42.25% 37.50% 28.75%
Mathematical
Science
54.88% 47.38% 37.63% 25.00% 25.75%
Physical
Sciences
40.94% 33.56% 27.75% 25.69% 25.06%
Lectureship (NET) – June 2016
Subject UNRESERVED OBC SC ST PH/VH
Chemical
Science
45.23% 38.93% 31.05% 25.00% 25.00%
Earth
Science
42.11% 36.89% 29.90% 26.79% 25.00%
Life
Science
53.10% 44.33% 38.03% 33.75% 25.88%
Mathematical
Science
49.39% 42.64% 33.87% 25.00% 25.00%
Physical
Sciences
36.85% 33.00% 25.00% 25.00% 25.00%

 

A total number of 1,858 candidates have qualified for JRF (NET).  A total number of 1500 candidates have qualified both JRF-NET and Lecturership-NET. These candidates are also eligible for Lecturership-NET subject to their fulfilling criteria for lecturership as laid down by UGC .

Meanwhile, a total number of 3,597 candidates have qualified the eligibility test for Lecturership-NET. The candidates qualifying for Lecturership-NET will be eligible for recruitment as lecturer as well as for JRF-Ship in a Scheme/Project, if otherwise suitable as per the eligibility criteria of that Scheme/Project. However, they will not be eligible for regular JRF-NET.

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