UGC NET December 2012 Results Criteria – Top 15% Calculation Procedures

UGC has announced that the candidates for December 2012 for Lectureship (NET) and JRF should be selected in a step by step process. A selection list of candidates who acquired minimum is prepared in both subject wise and category wise. For example for Economics 4 list is prepared.

Economics General, Economics OBC NCL, Economics SC/ST, Economics PWD. For other subjects the 4 lists are prepared. It is not clear the list will be pure or composite. That means sometimes the first list will be common comprising all candidates, for second list only general is excluded and contain both OBC NCL,SC/ST and PWD and the third and fourth contain the concerned category only.

Thanks to the model provided here by Malamaram Chakkappan, I like to analyze further by taking the above concept

Total Candidates Suppose 1000

Category

Total Applied

General (40 40 50)

400

OBC NCL (35 35 45)

300

SC/ST (35 35 40)

200

PWD (35 35 40)

100

% of those who acquire minimum (assume) Gen 40%, OBC 45% and SC/ST/PWD 50%
So the number of candidates acquiring minimum will be as follows
GENERAL (400X 40%= 160) and will comprise in the following class

Aggregate%

No. of Candidates

Above 80%

5

70 – 80

10

60 – 70

30

50 – 60

50

44.57 – 50

65

Total

160

OBC NCL (300X45%= 135) and will comprise in the following class

Aggregate%

No.of Candidates

Above 80%

3

70 – 80

8

60 – 70

19

50 – 60

40

44.57 – 50

45

40 – 44.57

20

Total

135

SC/ST (200X50%=100) and will comprise in the following class

Aggregate%

No.of Candidates

Above 80%

2

70 – 80

5

60 – 70

7

50 – 60

26

44.57 – 50

20

40 – 44.57

20

37.71 – 40

20

Total

100

PWD (100X50%=50) and will comprise in the following class

Aggregate%

No.of Candidates

Above 80%

0

70 – 80

3

60 – 70

4

50 – 60

8

44.57 – 50

8

40 – 44.57

7

37.71 – 40

20

Total

50

In the first method when individual category wise are prepared for each subject the result will be as above. So 160 nos from General,135 from Obc, 100 from SC/ST and 50 from PWD can be cleared (Note that it is based on assumption on the no.of candidates applied and actual situation the no.of SC/ST may not be 20%-For easy calculation here 20% is assumed as SC/ST)

And the top15% will be as follows

Category

No.of Candidates
(Met Min Criteria : Out of 1000)

Top 15%
(Of who met Min Criteria )

General

160

24

OBC NCL

135

20

SC/ST

100

15

PWD

50

8

Total

445

67

So out of 1000,
445 (44.5%) will be acquire minimum and
67 (6.7%) will clear NET

Now we can analyze the Second Method

The first list will be containing all those who acquire minimum 40 40 50 including all categories. Here top OBC, PWD and SC/ST are considered as General candidates and the General candidates also may be benefited for 15% is taken from whole. Thus the first combined list will be as follows

Aggregate%

No.of Candidates

Above 80%

10

70 – 80

26

60 – 70

60

50 – 60

124

44.57 – 50

138

Total

358

So For Category (GEN+ OBC+ SC/ST + PWD) there will be 358 candidates and 15% is 53

Calculation of composition of this 53

All from above 80% class

10

All from 70-80 class

26

Total

36

Remaining = 53 – 36 = 17

17 Candidates from the 60-70 class will be selected as follows

Class 60-70

Category

No.of Candidates

Selected

Remaining

General

30

8

22

OBC NCL

19

6

13

SC/ST

7

2

5

PWD

4

1

3

Total

60

17

43

The 22 nos remaining in general category has no chance in further selection process. They are out.

The following table will show the position of category in this preparation

Aggregate%

Category

Above 80%

70-80

60-70

Total

General

5

10

8

23

OBC NCL

3

8

6

17

SC/ST

2

5

2

9

PWD

0

3

1

4

Total

10

26

17

53

So General candidates have not any significant difference in result of both types. In first method 24 candidates from general and in second method it is 23

The second list contains OBC NCL,SC/St and PWD remaining Candidates. It is as follows

Aggregate%

Category

60-70
(Remaining)

50-60

44.57-50

40-44.57

Total

OBC NCL

13

40

45

20

118

SC/ST

5

26

20

20

71

PWD

3

8

8

7

26

Total

21

74

73

47

215

So 215 X 15% = 32 and all the candidates in 60-70 class will be selected.

The remaining 11 (32-21) will be selected from 50-60 class as follows

Class 50-60

Category

Selected

Remaining

OBC NCL

6

34

SC/ST

3

23

PWD

2

6

Total

11

63

The remaining OBC (34 nos) has no chance in further selection process. They are out. The overall position of category after this list is as follows

Category

From First List

60-70

50-60

Total

General

23

23

OBC NCL

17

13

6

36

SC/ST

9

5

3

17

PWD

4

3

2

9

Total

53

21

11

85

For SC/ST and PWD minimum is same and therefore need not a combined or inter collaborated list. It is prepared separately from the remaining candidates of that category. So III rd list will be for SC/ST only

Aggregate%

Category

50-60
(Remaining)

44.57-50

40-44.57

37.71-40

Total

SC/ST

23

20

20

20

83

So 83 X 15% = 12 candidates are again qualify from this category
And List IV will be for PWD only. It is calculated as follows

Aggregate%

Category

50-60
(Remaining)

44.57-50

40-44.57

37.71-40

Total

PWD

6

8

7

20

41

So another 6 more candidates will be selected (41X15%)
The whole analysis of II method can be made as follows

Category

 

General

OBC NCL

SC/ST

PWD

Total

No.of Candidates applied

400

300

200

100

1000

No.of having minimum

160

135

100

50

445

Clear in list I

23

17

9

4

53

Remaining after list I

137

118

91

46

392

Clear in List II

19

8

5

32

Remaining after list II

137

99

83

41

360

Total Selected after List I & II

23

36

17

9

85

Clear in list III

12

12

Remaining After list III

137

99

71

41

348

Total Selected after List I, II & III

23

36

29

9

97

Clear in list IV

6

6

Remaining After list IV

137

99

71

35

342

Total Cleared NET (I + II + III + IV)

23

36

29

15

103

A comparison of Method I and Method II

Category

 

General

OBC NCL

SC/ST

PWD

Total

No.of Candidates applied

400

300

200

100

1000

No.of having minimum

160

135

100

50

445

Cleared in Method I

24

20

15

8

67

Cleared in Method II

23

36

29

15

103

Difference

-1

16

14

7

36

% of pass in Method I

15%

15%

15%

15%

15%

% of pass in Method II

14.38%

26.67%

29%

30%

23%

Though there is no significant difference in two methods for General Category candidates, the reservation categories are much benefited…!!

Yet the UGC for lectureship may accept the first method and for JRF the second method is followed.

Click Here for UGC’s Notification

Note 1: This is only a guess work based on assumptions, may not inferred as UGC’s Final Result Computation!! This is only to make you aware/get an idea of how complex the Criteria is.

Note 2: This is only to understand the possibility for Number of candidates can clear in each category..!! Not to forget, computation of CUT-OFF is to be done further!! Which is even more complicated!!

Courtesy : Above Computation & Analysis is an Idea of Malamaram Chakkappan & and further by Vivaradoshi. Based on the Notification on Criteria for December 2012 NET Exam

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