How To Raise Objection For The Answer Key Of UGC NET Exam 2017?
Recently the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE has released the answer key along with recorded response for the UGG NET exam 2017. The aspirants can check the scanned images or OMR sheets on the official website of CBSE at www.cbsenet.nic.in. They can also raise any objection to the recorded responses until 18th December 2017.
The candidates who want to check the answer key with recorded response can log in to the official website with application form number, password and security pin. They can cross check Recorded Response and Answer Key. If they find any event of discrepancy, they can raise objection to the CBSE.
The process of challenge the Recorded Response is online only. As per the official notification; "The challenges submitted by post or in person will not be accepted."
The candidates who want to raise objection for the Recorded Response has to deposit ₹ 1000 per question. The payment will be made of either credit card or debit card. The fee is not refundable. If the Board has accepted the challenge of the mistake of the recorded response is not the same as the candidate marked in the exam hall on the OMR sheet, then the correction will executed and the money will be refunded.
When a registered candidate does not submit the challenge within the given date and time, it will be presumed that his or her recorded response is just like the marked OMR sheet. And when the Board accepts any challenge of mistake in the Answer Key noticed by the subject expert, on the website the policy decision will be notified along with the refund of the fees.
The refund will be transferred to the credit or debit card account by which he or she had made the payment previously. It is recommended to pay from the candidate’s own card to avoid any confusion in the future. The decision of the CBSE will be final regarding the objection and no further communication will be entertained by them.
Details of the UGC NET Exam of November 2017:
The exam was conducted on 5th November 2017. Though almost 9.3 lakh candidates applied for the exam only 75 percent of the total has appeared for the same.
Number of Candidates:
- Male: 4,09.439
- Female: 5,19,557
- Transgender: 3
The cut off for the November UGC NET exam is expected to be decreased by 1 to 2 percent in comparison with the June Exam. The cut-off mark is decided by some factors like following:
- Number of students appeared for the exam.
- Level of difficulty of the exam
- The ratio of the candidate as per the category