UGC NET June 2023 Answer Key Likely by July 6, Result on August Second Week: UGC Chief
The UGC-NET June 2023 examination provisional answer keys are expected to be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) around July 5 or July 6. These answer keys will be made available on the official portal, ugcnet.nta.nic.in. The announcement regarding the results was made by UGC Chairman, Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, who stated that the results are likely to be declared in the second week of August. The UGC chief tweeted, "UGC-NET: NTA plans to start the answer key challenge on the 5th or 6th of July and aims to announce the final results in the second week of August."
To download the answer key for UGC NET June 2023, candidates can follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the official website, ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, navigate to the latest announcements section and look for the answer keys.
Step 3: Select the appropriate link and enter your login credentials, such as the application number and password.
Step 4: Once logged in, candidates can download the answer keys for the subject they applied for.
Candidates will have the opportunity to raise objections on the provisional answer keys. These objections will be reviewed by a subject expert committee, and appropriate actions will be taken accordingly. After addressing the concerns raised on the provisional answer keys, the final answer keys for UGC NET June 2023 will be released. It's important to note that NTA will not entertain any objections or challenges once the provisional answer keys are released.
The UGC NET examination is conducted twice a year, in June and December. Qualifying the UGC NET makes candidates eligible for assistant professorship and junior research fellowship in universities and other higher education institutions throughout the country. Candidates who meet the necessary criteria to become assistant professors can pursue teaching careers in various universities and colleges in India. As per UGC guidelines, candidates who appear in both examinations and achieve the required threshold in the combined score for both papers will be considered as NET qualified, accounting for six percent of the total candidates.