CSIR NET 2021 Results – Date, Cut Off, Interview, Marksheet : CSIR UGC NET result 2021 December session will be released on the NTA website for both JRF and LS. Candidates, who have appeared in the CSIR UGC NET written exam can check the result on the NTA website @https://csirnet.nta.nic.in/.
- NTA will release separate merit lists, one with the roll number of candidates, who have qualified for the Junior Research Fellowship position, and the other with the names and roll numbers of candidates qualified for the Lectureship.
- The appointment of candidates will be subject to fulfilling the eligibility requirement specified by UGC only even though they clear through the written test.
CSIR UGC NET 2021 Result Date
NTA will announce the final result of the CSIR UGC NET either in the month of March/ April 2022. The fellowship to candidates succeeding will be operational from the 1st of July 2022. It will be valid for a period of two years for joining the fellowship under the CSIR Scheme.
How To Check CSIR UGC NET 2021 Results?
CSIR UGC NET result 2021 will be published on the official website of the NTA. Here is the procedure to check the results:
- Candidates will have to visit the website of the NTA CSIR UGC NET.
- They will have to look for the link that says “JOINT CSIR-UGC NET Exam Dec 2021 Result”
- When they click on this link, they will be taken to a PDF page that contains the list of selected candidates with their roll numbers and the rank they secured.
- So, candidates will have to search for their roll numbers to find whether they have qualified.
- If their roll number is present in the list they are qualified for lectureship or JRF subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility requirement as stated by the University Grants Commission.
Candidates will have to check their results in this manner only and they will not get any separate notification to their postal address in this respect.
CSIR NET 2021 Expected Cut Off
Candidates can somewhat judge the cut-off that will be specified by NTA on the basis of the cut-off percentage for the previous year. Here is a table to show the minimum cut-off for different subjects for different categories for the test held on the 18th of June 2017.
|Lecturership (NET)||Junior Research Fellowship (NET)|
|Chemical Science||52.88 %||46.35 %||38.03 %||27.68 %||25.00 %||58.75 %||51.50 %||42.25 %||30.75 %||25.00 %|
|Earth Science||49.37 %||42.95 %||35.28%||31.99 %||25.52 %||54.86 %||47.72 %||39.20 %||35.54 %||28.36 %|
|Life Science||45.45 %||36.90 %||31.28 %||27.00 %||25.00 %||50.50 %||41.00 %||34.75 %||30.00 %||25.00 %|
|Mathematical Science||43.54 %||36.68 %||28.13 %||25.00 %||25.00 %||48.38 %||40.75 %||31.25 %||25.00 %||25.13 %|
|Physical Science||38.37 %||33.00 %||26.89 %||25.00 %||25.00 %||42.63 %||35.56 %||29.88 %||25.13 %||25.94 %|
The qualifying cut-off will be released by NTA only after the release of the results.
CSIR UGC NET 2021 Interview
The final appointment of candidates will happen only on the basis of an interview. Candidates shortlisted from the written test will have to get through the interview. In general, candidates, who get in the top 6% of the positions in the written test, are selected for the final appointment.
The stipend that candidates selected for JRF through CSIR UGC NET will be Rs.25000 per month for the initial two years. Further, the candidates will also get an annual contingent grant of Rs.20,000. However, they will have to follow the guidelines specified for using the contingent grant.
On the successful completion of two years as JRFs, if the candidate registers for Ph.D., the fellowship will be Rs.28000 per month for the third and the subsequent year. It will be based on performance in the assessment by an expert committee interview. If the candidate is not recommended by the committee, he will continue at Rs.25000 per month for one more year.
For candidates selected for lectureship, the salary will vary based on the position they take. Here is the list to show the same:
- Junior Assistant Professor – Minimum Rs.4.92 lakhs per year
- Assistant Professor – Minimum Rs.5.75 lakhs per year
- Senior Assistant Professor – Minimum Rs.6.80 lakhs per year
- Assistant Professor (Selection Grade) – Minimum Rs.9.33 lakhs per year
- Associate Professor – Minimum Rs.9.33 lakhs per year
- Professor – Minimum Rs.11.88 lakhs per year
Information to the Candidates
Candidates, who qualify for lectureship, will be qualified for both lectureship and JRF positions. It will apply only if they are found suitable. However, these candidates will not be considered for the regular JRF-NET Fellowship.
Candidates, who qualify for JRF will get their fellowship from CSIR or UGC based on the schemes with which they may find an association. Those declared as JRFs under UGC Scheme will be governed by the rules and regulations of UGC.