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NEST 2021 answer key released: Know how to download and raise objections 

The answer key has been sent to the candidate’s registered email id. Last date to raise objections is August 23.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi I |
Updated: August 23, 2021 10:38:46 am
nest 2021, nest answer key 2021The answer key has been sent to the candidate’s registered email id.(Representational)

NEST answer key 2021: The answer key for the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) has been released at the official website, nestexam.in. This is a preliminary answer key, candidates can raise challenges by 8 am on August 23. The answer key has been sent to the candidate’s registered email id.

Any objection on answer keys may be sent only via email id – nest21.biology@cbs.ac.in, nest21.chemistry@cbs.ac.in, nest21.mathematics@cbs.ac.in and nest21.physics@cbs.ac.in. Candidates should also mark a copy of their queries to : nest-exam@niser.ac.in

NEST 2021: How to raise objections

Step 1: From your registered email address mark a mail to the subject section mail id given above

Step 2: In the subject line write – Question ID, Participant ID

Step 3: Write your query in the body of the email

Step 4: Send it to the given email id and cc to nest-exam@niser.ac.in

Candidates should note that the question ID and participant ID will be mentioned in the answer keys sent to the candidates. For example, if you have a query about a question in the Chemistry section with “Question ID” 1111111111 and your “Participant ID” is 222222222222, the subject line of your email should be: Chemistry:1111111111, 222222222222

The objections will be studied and a final answer key will be released thereafter. The result will be based on the final answer key. As per the official notice, the result will be declared on September 1. 

Those who will clear the exam will be eligible for admission to National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) Bhubaneswar and University of Mumbai – Department of Atomic Energy Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (UM-DAE CEBS), Mumbai.

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