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NTA UGC NET answer key: Last day to raise objections tomorrow

UGC NET answer key 2018: The online window to raise objections will be available till January 1, 2019 (5 pm). Candidates are required to pay online a sum of Rs. 1000 for each question challenged

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UGC NET answer key 2018: The online window to raise objections will be available till January 1, 2019 (5 pm)

UGC NET answer key 2018: The candidates who wish to raise objections or challenge the answer keys of UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) examinations can do so through the official website, ntanet.nic.in till January 1, 2019 (5 pm). After tomorrow – January 1, no objections will be entertained by the National Testing Agency (NTA), according to the official release.

Candidates who raise objects will have to pay online a sum of Rs 1000 for each question being challenged. The fee will be refunded if the challenge is found correct, mentioned the official website.

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A panel will consider the challenges and release the final answer key, in case they find any incorrect answers in the already released answer key. To raise challenges or check their results, candidates might need the relevant documents to support their query.

The UGC NET answer key was released on Saturday, December 29. Over 9 lakh candidates (9,56,837) registered for the examination that was conducted from December 18 to 22, 2018.

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A total of 65.3 per cent candidates appeared in the exam on day one and 72.8 per cent of candidates attempted the exam on day two.

This was the first time that the National Testing Agency (NTA) has conducted the UGC NET exam earlier handled by the University Grants Commission (UGC).

Minister HRD, Prakash Javadekar has said that the exams were conducted ‘successfully’ by NTA. The NTA was established to make the examinations more scientific and credible, said the union minister.