JEE Main 2019 answer key: Last date to raise objections, 10 points you need to know

JEE Main 2019 answer key: Last date to raise objections, 10 points you need to know

JEE Main answer key 2019: Candidates need to upload all supporting documents in a single document in form of PDF. Windows to raise objections closes at 11:50 pm today. A fee of Rs 1000 per objection will be reimbursed only if objection found correct.

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The window to raise objections closes today at 11;50 pm. (Representational Image)

JEE Main 2019 answer key: Today is the last day to raise objections in the answer key for JEE Main 2019 conducted from January 8 to January 12 by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The NTA has uploaded the answer key on their website — and has given a window to candidates to raise objections if any.

Candidates who raise objections will have to pay a sum of Rs 1,000 per objection as a processing fee. The last date to raise objections is today by 11:50 pm, according to the official notification. On receiving the objections a panel of experts will look into the queries and decide if any of the objections are correct.

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If any of the objections is found to be correct, the NTA will reimburse the money to the respected candidates and release a final answer key.

JEE Main 2019 answer key: How to raise objection?

Step 1: Visit the official website,

Step 2: Click on the link ‘challenge answer key’


Step 3: Log-in using application number and either date of birth or password

Step 4: Candidates will get a security pin, log-in by entering the same

Step 5: Click on the link ‘challenge answer key’

Step 6: Candidates will be allowed to see the questions Ids and the correct options offered by NTA

Step 7: Click on the questions one finds erroneous

Step 8: Click on the button ‘save your claims’

Step 9: Upload supporting documents supporting your claim

Step 10: Make payment

While uploading supporting documents, candidates need to keep in mind to make a single PDF of all the documents put together. No candidate will be allowed to upload multiple files.