Changes in UGC NET Exam 2017 Eligibility Criteria: Read now

Changes in UGC NET Exam 2017 Eligibility Criteria: Read now

Changes in UGC NET Exam 2017 Eligibility Criteria: The University Grants Commission will introduce some changes in Eligibility Criteria for the post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) and Assistant Professor. The exam will be held on 19th November 2017 in certain cities across India.

Let us have a look at the amendments to made by the University Grants Commission for the upcoming UGC NET November Recruitment 2017.


Changes in UGC NET Exam 2017 Eligibility Criteria: Read now

The University Grants Commission (UGC) will introduce changes to the eligibility criteria of UGC National Eligibility Test. There will be changes in the rule which give preference to reserved category (OBC, SC, ST, PWD) candidates in the minimum cut-off list over the Unreserved (General) category.

Selection of reserved category candidates appearing NET for Assistant Professor or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), who earlier qualified with 15 percent, will now be considered at six percent.

The candidates who desire to appear in the test may see the detailed notification available on the website from 24th July 2017. The candidates are required to apply online from 01st August 2017. The last date for applying online is 30th August 2017 and fee can be paid up to 31st August 2017.


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