CSIR UGC NET Result: Today, NTA ( The National testing Agency) declared the CSIR NET result on the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in for the June session. Candidates who appeared for the joint CSIR UGC NET examination successfully can check results by entering their application number and date of birth through the official website of NTA CSIR.
This year from 16th to 18th September 2022, NTA CSIR UG NEET 2022 exam was conducted across the country at various test centers via online mode. The exam is held in two sessions that is morning and evening. On 1st October answer keys were released that offer enough time to raise any objections.
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Here know the step-by-step guidance on how to check the CSIR UGC net result June session. Following the following step to get your results:
Step 1: Go to CSIR’s official website– csirnet.nta.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the “Results of the Joint CSIR UGC NET June 2022 Examination” link from the homepage.
Step 3: Enter login details such as your application number, date of birth, and security pin in the provided blank space without making an error. Then, click on Submit.
Step 4: Your CSIR NET result 2022 will be displayed on your screen
Step 5: Take a printout and keep a hard copy for future reference.
NTA CSIR result 2022 comprises essential information such as the candidate’s name, roll number, qualifying status, subject, percentile, rank, and total marks. Candidates are declared qualified if they have secured marks equal to or more than CSIR NET cutoff marks. After the document verification process, all the qualified candidates will get CSIR NET eligibility certificates.
Around 2,21,746 candidates registered for the exam, as per the official notification and around 1,62,084 appeared. Out of which 94,269 were female candidates, 67,813 were male candidates, and 2 candidates of a third gender.
It has been observed that the maximum number of candidates who appeared for the Life Science paper is 62,655 candidates. Followed by chemical sciences with 36,374 candidates and mathematical sciences with 30,942 candidates.