Maintain minimum quality in UGC NET Exam by minimum marks per paper instead of aggregate

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While reviewing the results of the UGC-NET Exam qualified candidates for the eligibility of Assistant Professor through the Examination conducted by CBSE in July 2018, it was observed that one candidate who has scored '0' (zero) marks in Paper 1 and 172 marks in paper 2 could get qualified to become an assistant professor. And it was shocking how a person who cannot score even one mark can be considered to be a qualified teacher and there is no minimum weightage for paper 1. It is stunning and surprising as how this was not noticed by any experts in this field, while we are talking about ensuring quality of our education system and so many reform measures taken by the government.



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