The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted with national eligibility test success (NET) 27 December 2015. A large number of candidates applied and appeared for the exam. Candidates who wrote the exam eagerly awaiting the results. Now the wait is over. CBSE said UGC NET December 2015 results. Candidates who wrote the exam can check the results of the direct link below.
UGC NET December 2015 Results:
The University Grants Commission (UGC) of India is a statutory body set up by the government of the Indian Union in 1956, and is responsible for the coordination, determination and maintenance of standards in higher education. Its headquarters are in New Delhi, and six regional centers in Pune, Bhopal, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Bangalore. UGC, CSIR is conducting with NET for appointment of teachers in colleges and universities. He made compulsory NET qualification for teaching at graduation and post-graduation level since July 2009. It shall examine NET twice a year. He has conducted the review in June / July 2015. Now the review is conducted in the month of December and candidates who have passed the examination can check the answer key on the official site.
CBSE UGC NET 2015 December Results 2015
CBSE has issued the notification and invited online applications from all interested and eligible candidates for UGC NET examination. All candidates who are looking for the role of Assistant Professor / Lecturer and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in universities and colleges and applied Indians appeared at the examination which is to 83 subjects across 88 centers across India. Candidates who wrote the exam can check the results from the direct link below.
Steps to Check UGC NET 2015 December Results 2015:
- Visit the official website or the direct link provided below.
- The homepage will be displayed.
- Click on UGC NET 2015 December Results 2015
- Enter your roll number and Date of Birth in the provided fields.
- Click on submit button.
- The results will appear on the screen.
- Download/Take a printout for further reference.