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University Grant Commission (UGC) on Monday revised the results of the National Eligibility Test held in June 2012.

The move will give Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) with eligibility for lectureship to 1,685 people and eligibility for lectureship for 13,493 additionally.

The revision of results came in the backdrop of a controversy over UGC’s decision to raise the minimum mark for eligibility.

The first result published on September 18 had awarded JRF and eligibility for lectureship for 3,625 students, and eligibility for lectureship only for 40,332 students.

However, UGC has not mentioned what was the revised minimum mark for eligibility in its supplementary results.

According to Kaleeshwaram Raj, one of the lawyers who contested the case against UGC in the Kerala high court, the UGC has not lowered the eligibility mark, but instead rectified a few errors in the first result.

Anyhow, it is identified that several candidates who moved the HC against UGC have now cleared the test after the revised results.

The UGC statement said the results were published after a study conducted by an expert committee.

“The committee held a few meetings and took cognizance of the nature of the issues raised by the candidates. It decided to qualify a few more candidates for both JRF and eligibility for lectureship, and eligibility for lectureship only,” UGC said.

Candidates who were declared qualified on September 18 will remain qualified. “However, some of the candidates who were declared eligible for lectureship only on September 18 have been identified for the award for JRF.”

UGC added.

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