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2nd January 2019, 10:41 AM
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Eligibility to appear in UGC-NET for a candidate with 54.7% in MCom?


Hi friends, I have completed my MCom course and secured 54.7% marks in it. I want to appear in UGC-NET. So, I would like to know about my eligibility for appearing in this eligibility test. Kindly let me know immediately.




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8th January 2019, 09:28 AM
Rab Rakha
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Default Re: Eligibility to appear in UGC-NET for a candidate with 54.7% in MCom?

To apply for UGC NET (National Eligibility Test) held by NTA on the behalf of UGC, the minimum education required is a master's degree in concerned subject with at least 55% marks from a recognised university. Marks relaxation of 5% is allowed for candidates belonging to SC/ST and PH category.

So, having completed your M.Com (Master of Commerce) degree course with 54.7% marks, you are eligible to apply for NET, only if you belong to SC/ST or PH category.

For more details regarding NET, you can refer to the link www.ntanet.nic.in.




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8th January 2019, 11:04 PM
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Default Re: Eligibility to appear in UGC-NET for a candidate with 54.7% in MCom?

The minimum required eligibility to appear for UGC NET is that candidate must have passed master degree from a recognised university with minimum 55% aggregate.

So, candidates with less than 55% aggregate are not eligible to appear for the examination. As per your qualification you are also not eligible to appear for the examination.




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