NTA UGC NET Final Answer Key 2019; Check Response Sheet & Question Paper download at ntanet.nic.in: The National Testing Agency has recently announced the answer key of the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) 2019. The answer keys for the same have been released on the official website at ntanet.nic.in. All the candidates who have appeared for the exam and were waiting for the examination to get released, can now check how they managed on the NTA UGC NET 2019 exams in the key on the official website.
NTA UGC NET Final Answer Key 2019
The examination was held in many subjects at selected examination centres around the country for the Assistant Professor, Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor posts only. The UGC-NET 2019 was held through the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode between June 20 and 26. A total number of 6, 81,718 candidates appeared for the examination.
All those candidates who are going to qualify the examination will be then eligible for Assistant Professor and/or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). Previously, the examination was handled by CBSE but was then handed over to NTA. The first UGC NET exam was conducted by NTA was in the month of December 2018.
How to check NTA UGC NET Answer Key 2019:
Here’s are the steps to check your NTA UGC NET Answer Key 2019 and these are as follows:
At first, you have to visit to the official website at ntanet.nic.in
On the homepage, click on ‘Answer Key Challange’
You will be directed to a new page where your credentials will be asked such as your application number, date of birth, security pin.
Enter all the asked details correctly and click on submit button in order to complete the process.
You can also raise objections, if you have any
Pay the fees and click on submit. The fee will be repaid if the challenge is found correct.
If any of the candidate have any objection regarding the answer keys, then they can raise it in order to challenge the answer key. Candidates must also note that for each question that they are going to challenge, will take an online fee.
For raising the objections, candidates will have to pay an online sum of Rs 1,000 each for every single question challenged. On the other hand, if the challenge is found correct then the money you have paid will be then refunded.
This facility is going to be available only till July 3 at 5:00 pm. Candidates are also advised to save the question papers as well as the responses for future reference.