CSIR UGC National Eligibility Test 2018: Result announced for June session; check scores at csirhrd.res.in
The result of CSIR UGC NET 2018 for June session has been declared by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The candidates can check the result on the official website, csirhrdg.res.in.
The result of CSIR UGC NET 2018 for the June session has been declared by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The candidates can check their result on the official website, csirhrdg.res.in.
The result has been announced in the form of ranks and roll numbers of the qualified candidates for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and for determining the eligibility for lecturership through the National Eligibility Test (NET). One can access the direct link here.
The score of the candidates will be announced separately. Candidates will also be able to check their result marks by entering their roll number date of birth and captcha code in the login window later.
A total of 1,991 candidates have qualified for JRF (NET) CSIR, and 1,500 candidates for JRF (NET) UGC have been selected, reported The Hindustan Times.
After the declaration of the result, the CSIR UGC NET cutoff will be announced. Candidates who secure more than or equal to the cutoff rank will be eligible for the Joint CSIR UGC Test for JRF and the Eligibility For Lecturership (NET). The fellowship will be effective from 1 January, 2019 with a validity of 2 years for joining the fellowship under CSIR, reported Careers360.
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