UGC NET answer key, recorded response: Today is last day to raise objections
UGC NET answer key 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the question paper, recorded response and answer key for UGC NET examination.Updated: Jul 27, 2018 13:13 IST
The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the question paper, recorded response and answer key for UGC NET examination, which was held on July 8 and July 22. On July 22, the exam was held for paper 2 at a center in Allahabad.
Candidates should now check the question papers and answer key and verify according to the date of examination in which they have appeared. They can also raise objections against the answer key/recorded response till July 27. They can submit documents in support of challenge of answer key by mailing it on email@example.com by July 27, 2018. Objections sent after the due date will not be accepted.
Here is the link to check the question paper. Select exam and select the question paper as desired.
Click here to check the answer key, recorded response and raise objections.
Candidates should take a print of image of OMR sheets, recorded responses, answer keys and challenges submitted by them for future reference.
The refund of fee paid by the candidates towards challenge of answer keys / recorded response (If, accepted by CBSE) will be credited to the credit/debit card directly through which the transaction has been done by the candidate. Therefore the candidates should make payment through their own credit/debit card.
The CBSE conducts the National Eligibility Test on the behalf of the University Grants Commission (UGC) to determine the eligibility of candidates for the post of assistant professor in Indian universities and colleges as well as the Junior Research Fellowship.
Candidates applying for the exam should have secured at least 55% marks in a post-graduate or equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognised by the University Grants Commission. Candidates from Other Backward Classes (OBC) belonging to the non-creamy layer, Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and people with disabilities (PwD) are eligible if they have secured at least 50% marks in postgraduate or equivalent examination.
For JRF, candidates should not be more than 30 years on July 1, 2018. There is relaxation of age for SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy), transgender, women, candidates having research experience, etc. For assistant professor exam, there is no upper age limit for applying.
Note: Check CBSE’s UGC-NET official website for latest updates and details.