The UGC NET December 2023 results have been delayed, leaving over 9 lakh candidates waiting for their results. The National Testing Agency (NTA) had initially announced that the results would be declared on January 17, but they have not been published on the official website yet. This delay has caused frustration among the candidates, who are demanding clarity and urging the NTA to announce the results soon.
The UGC NET December 2023 exam was conducted from December 6 to 19, and the answer key for all papers, except Archaeology, was uploaded on the website. Candidates were given the opportunity to challenge the answer key until January 10. However, despite these processes being completed, the results have not been released.
Candidates have expressed their anger and disappointment over the delay. Many have criticized the NTA for its inability to declare the results on time, despite prior notice. This delay has caused additional stress and anxiety among the candidates, who are eagerly waiting for their results.
Declaration of UGC – NET December 2023 Result: Due to technical reasons, result of the UGC – NET December 2023 will not be declared on 17.01.2024 and the same will be declared in due course on the website: https://t.co/RszZxzMMve pic.twitter.com/xf1cfHxoJH
— National Testing Agency (@NTA_Exams) January 18, 2024
It is disheartening to see such a delay in the release of results, especially when educational institutions are expected to uphold knowledge and progress. The candidates are simply asking for their results, and it is essential that the NTA addresses this issue promptly.
The UGC NET exam is an important milestone for many candidates, as it determines their eligibility for lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship. The delay in the results not only affects the candidates’ mental well-being but also hampers their future plans and career prospects.
It is hoped that the NTA will take the candidates’ concerns into consideration and prioritize the release of the UGC NET December 2023 results. Transparency and timely communication from the testing agency will go a long way in alleviating the stress and anxiety of the candidates.