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CBSE UGC NET Answer Keys 2017 released, Challenges open till Dec 18
CBSE UGC NET Answer Keys 2017, recorded response check now
The answer keys of the UGC NET Exam 2017 have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the official website.
All the candidates appeared for the CBSE UGC NET Exam 2017 can check the scanned images of OMR answer sheets along with the recorded responses and answer sheets on the official website.
Steps to check CBSE UGC NET Answer Keys 2017:
- Log on to the official website, cbsenet.nic.in
- On the homepage, click on ‘Login for Answer Key and Recorded Response Challenge – NET November 2017’
- In the space provided enter your application number, password and security pin
- click submit
- Answer keys along with recorded responses will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take print out of images of OMR sheets, recorded responses, answer keys and challenges submitted by them for future reference
Fee and challenges:
- Candidates can object to the recorded responses till December 18, 2017. If any challenges are sent by the post or in person, they will not be accepted.
- While submitting the objections candidates shall have to deposit of Rs 1,000 per question through credit or debit card.
- The fee once paid is non refundable.
- If the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if the recorded response is not the same as marked by the candidate on OMR sheet, correction will be done and the fee will be refunded.
- In case, any registered candidate does not submit the challenge by the prescribed date and time, it will be presumed that his/her recorded response is the same as marked on OMR sheet.
- If the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if any mistake is noticed by the subject experts in the answer key, a policy decision will be notified on the website and the fee shall be refunded.
- The refund (if any) will be transferred online to the concerned credit/debit card account so the candidates are advised to pay from their own credit/debit card.
- CBSE’s decision on the challenges shall be final and no further communication will be entertained.
The CBSE UGC NET exam 2017 was held on November 5.
As per sources, approximately 9.3 lakh candidates had applied for the exam but only 75 per cent of the students appeared for the same.
Number of candidates: Male: 4,09,439 Female: 5,19,557 Transgender: 3
UGC NET Cut-off score
The cut-off score is the maximum marks which candidates will have to score to get selected to UGC NET exam.
The cut-off will be decided considering the following points:
- The number of candidates appearing in the exam.
- Level of difficulty: If difficulty level is high then cut off will decrease and if difficulty level is low then cut off will increase.
- The ratio of the candidates: This shows that how many candidates are there per category.
- The candidate will have to score minimum qualifying marks in aggregate of the three papers (at least 40 per cent aggregate for General and 35 per cent aggregate for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)/ PWD/SC/ST).
- A merit list will be prepared of those candidates who have obtained the minimum qualifying marks.
- Six per cent candidates amongst the test takers in the order of merit will be eligible for the Assistant Professor. For JRF, a separate merit list will be prepared.
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website
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