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Qualifying Cut-off Marks for  in Eligibility for Lectureship UGC-NET held on JUNE 2012

 

Paper-I

Paper-II

Paper-I + Paper-II

Paper-III

Paper-I + Paper-II + Paper-III

GEN

40 (40%)

40 (40%)

100 (50%)

 82-84 (55%)

206-210(60%)

OBC(NCL)

35 (35%)

35 (35%)

90(45%)

74-76 (50%)

188-192(55%)

SC/ST/PH/VH

35 (35%)

35 (35%)

80(40%)

66-68 (45%)

174-178 (50%)

 

 

 

 

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Qualifying Cut-off Marks for  in Eligibility for JRF  UGC-NET held on

JUNE 2012

 

Paper-I

Paper-II

Paper-I + Paper-II

Paper-III

Paper-I + Paper-II + Paper-III

GEN

60 (60%)

60 (60%)

120 (60%)

 

 

245 (70%)

OBC(NCL)

55 (55%)

55 (55%)

110(55%)

228 (65%)

SC/ST/PH/VH

55 (55%)

55 (55%)

100(50%)

210 (60%)

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Only paper 3 is decisive.1st and 2nd papers are only of qualifying nature.

are u sure about this cut off? bcz this information is not given at UGC NET website.

 

How can you garantee this cut of marks sir

Mr. Manzar, How can u say that only paper 3 will be decisive? Do you have any official information in this regard. If yes, please share with us.........

Why are you all raising Questions??? Don't you see "EXPECTED CUT-OFF LISTS...."???

Just a guess....dnt be soooooo serious....!!! Jst wait and See....

HOW CAN U EXPECT/ GUESS  THE CUT OF MARKS FOR JRF ? IS THERE ANY KIND OF INFORMATION?

It is simple becase ugc has always cönsiderd the marks of 3rd paper only in deciding the selection although one is qualified in 1st and 2nd papers.

my first paper score is 52 and second paper score is 46 and third paper score is 94. i m general caste student. m i passed?

pls. help me.

but information is not given at UGC NET website.

previous is different no body can't get even 100 marks in Paper III but present is totally differnt most of the aspirants crossed 100    

i think you still living in old patter Mr. this time paper was out of 150 and not of 200, update ur knowledge before commenting

thanks

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