CBSE UGC NET Anawer Key 2017 Released, Visit official Website for more:
The response to the National Eligibility Test (NET) 2017 and the registered response has been released by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on cbsenet.nic.in by the Central Grants Commission (UGC). Candidates who were present for the examination held on November 5, 2017, can now go to the official website of UGC Net 2017 and see their answer key. According to a notice issued by the CBSE, “All the candidates present in the UGC-Net (November), 2017, organized on 05/11/2017 have been informed that the images scanned by OMR are recorded with the candidates’ responsibilities, and the answers will be uploaded on cbsenet.nic.in from 12/12/2017 to 18/12/2017.”
“There is a provision for candidates who have challenged the answers recorded if they are different from those marked on OMR sheets. The OMR answer sheet and answer keys are challenged to scan images The website will be made available from 12/12/2017 to 18/12/2017 (11:59 pm) through the link available on the website cbsenet.nic.in. Do not accept the challenges presented by the post or person. The fee charged per Rs.1000 / – per response will be deposited only by credit / debit card up to 18/12/2017 (11:59 PM). “It further said,” The candidates. There is also provision for challenging the key challenge for the website from 12/12/2017 to 18/12/2017 (11:59 pm) through a link available on cbsenet.nic.in. A fee of Rs.1000 /- Required to be submitted through credit / debit card Will. Is once paid the fee non-refundable. ”
The examination was conducted from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm for 84 subjects. It was a big day for university / college teacher jobs and junior research fellow (JRF) candidates all over the country. The next step in the UGC Net 2017 exam process is the answer key and the release of the results. CBSE is expected to issue the answer key and OMR sheet for the exam in January next year. 91 selected NET Examinations spread across the country, 84 subjects were organized by CBSE in 84 subjects in the cities. According to the CBSE, the pictures captured by the candidates’ feedback sheet (OMR sheet) appeared in UGC NET in November 2017 and the key answer of all the papers will be displayed on www.cbsenet.nic.in during the first week of January, 2018 (Exact dates will be reported later in the newspapers)
CBSE UGC NET UTAH 2017: STAGE OF INQUIRY –
Step 1: Visit CBSE Net’s official website at cbsenet.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage of the website, click the link now, “Enter the NGSer key and select the recorded answer in the UGC Net”
Step 3: On the new page, now enter your application number, password, security PIN and security PIN
Step 4: Press enter
Candidates will have to pay attention that if the challenge is accepted by the Board, then if the marking response marked by the candidate on the OMR sheet is not the same, then the correction will be done and the fee will be refunded. If any registered candidate does not collect the challenge till the prescribed date and time, it will be assumed that the recorded answer is marked in the OMR sheet. Similarly, if the challenge is accepted by the Board, then if any mistake is seen by the subject experts in the answer key, then the policy decision will be notified on the website and the fee will be refunded. If the refund (if any) will be transferred online to the respective credit / debit card account, then the candidates are advised to pay with their own credit / debit card. The decision of CBSE on the challenges will be final and further communication will not be entertained.
This year, the examination was held on November 5 in nine cities across 1700 examination centers across the country. Speaking from the Education of India Today, the student coming to UGC NET 2017 examination in Karnadumma (New Delhi) at Modern Public School said that the overall difficulty of the paper was moderate. While some students hardly found Paper I, Paper II Moderate and Paper III, they also said that nothing came out of the curriculum.
CBSE UGC Net Examination is organized to determine the eligibility of Indian citizens for eligibility for Indian Professors or for junior research fellowship and eligibility for Assistant Professor in Indian Universities and Colleges.