Update: CBSE has activated the link for UGC NET answer key and OMR answer sheet at its official website www.cbsenet.nic.in. The candidates can log in to the website to check CBSE NET 2017 answer key.
CBSE NET answer key for 5 November 2017 exam is due to release today, CBSE had notified in the notice. The answer key of UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) 2017 examination will be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday. The Board issued a notice yesterday stating that the UGC NET 2017 answer key will be uploaded at the official website www.cbsenet.nic.in on December 12.
Report: CBSE had conducted the NET 2017 exam on November 5 on the behalf of University Grants Commission (UGC) for determining the eligibility for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship. The National Eligibility Test was conducted for 84 subjects. CBSE had already uploaded the question papers and now the official answer keys will be released by CBSE. “The scanned images of OMR answer sheets of the candidates with their recorded responses and answer keys will be uploaded on the website cbsenet.nic.in“, CBSE said in the notice.
Over 9 lakh candidates had taken the UGC NET 2017 examination in November and were waiting for the release of UGC NET answer key. An official confirmation from CBSE is now out and the answer keys will be available from tomorrow onwards. The answer keys and scanned images of OMR answer sheets of the candidates with their recorded responses will be available from December 12 to December 18.
How to check and challenge UGC NET answer key? The candidates will be able to check UGC NET 2017 answer key from the official website www.cbsenet.nic.in. To check CBSE NET answer key, the candidates will have to log in to the website using application number and password. The candidates will also be able to check the scanned images of their OMR answer sheets with recorded responses.
The candidates will be able to submit representations against the UGC NET answer keys through the link provided on the official website. The Board will also provide the facility to submit challenges against the recorded responses to the candidates. “There is a provision for the candidates to challenge the recorded responses if these differ from the one they had marked on the OMR sheet”, CBSE said in the notice.
The candidates will have to pay Rs. 1000 per recorded response/ per answer challenged. The fee will have to be paid by Credit/ Debit card. The candidates can submit objections up to 11.59 pm on December 18. The experts’ panel will analyze the submitted representations and prepare the final answer keys.
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