CSIR NET Answer Key 2020 - National Testing Agency will release the CSIR NET 2020 answer key in online mode tentatively in the last week of June. To check the answer key of CSIR NET 2020, candidates will have to use their registration/roll number and date of birth/password. CSIR NET answer key 2020 will contain all the correct answers against the question number for all the subjects for which the test will be held. Along with the release of CSIR NET 2020 answer key, the authorities will release the recorded responses and question papers. Candidates who took CSIR NET exam can cross-check the correct answers mentioned in the official answer key with that of the answers in the response sheet. In case of discrepancies, candidates can raise objections in CSIR NET answer key 2020 by payment of Rs. 1000 per question. After scrutinizing the provisional answer key, NTA will release the final CSIR NET 2020 answer key on the basis of which the result will be announced. To know more about the answer key of CSIR NET, go through the article below.CSIR NET 2020 exam is scheduled to be held on June 21. The test will be held at various CSIR NET exam centres in online mode for five subjects - Life Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Physical Science, and Earth Sciences. Through this exam, the authorities will determine the eligibility of the candidates as Lecturers and award Junior Research Fellowship.
The provisional answer key will be out in online mode
Candidates will have to use their registration/roll number and password/DOB to check CSIR NET 2020 answer key
Question paper and candidates' response sheet will also be out with the answer key of CSIR NET 2020.
Candidates can raise challenge in CSIR NET answer key 2020 by paying Rs 1000 per question
The authorities will release the final answer key of CSIR NET after scrutinising the provisional one.
One the basis of the final answer key of CSIR NET, the result will be announced.
To check the answer key of CSIR NET 2020, follow the easy steps mentioned below:
Visit the official website of NTA CSIR NET – csirnet.nta.nic.in.
Click on the CSIR NET 2020 Answer Key link.
A login page will be displayed on the screen.
Enter registration/roll number and date of birth/password to check CSIR NET answer key 2020.
The screen will then display the answer key of CSIR NET
Candidates will be able to raise objections in the provisional answer key of CSIR NET in case of discrepancies. To raise the challenge, candidates will need to pay Rs 1000 per question. The authorities will then scrutinize the provisional answer key and then release the final answer key of CSIR NET 2020 for the June session.
To raise challenge in the provisional answer key of CSIR NET, go through the steps mentioned below
Visit the official website - csirnet.nta.nic.in
Click ‘Challenge/s regarding Answer Key’
A login screen will be displayed
Enter application number, date of birth and enter security pin as
displayed and then select ‘Submit’.
The screen will display ‘Question IDs in sequential order’.
The ID next to the question under the column ‘Correct Option’ stands for the correct
CSIR NET answer key 2020.
If you wish to challenge a particular option, you may use any one or more of the Option IDs
given in the next four columns by clicking the checkbox.
Select ‘Save your Claim’ and move to next
You will see a display of all the Option IDs you have challenged.
You can upload supporting documents in which you can select ‘Choose File’
and upload (all documents to be put in a single pdf file).
Click on ‘Save your Claim Finally’.
Pay the fee by clicking on ‘Click here to Pay Fee’.
Select mode of payment and pay the fee of Rs. 1,000 for each question challenged.
Note: In case the challenges raised are found to be correct then the challenge fee will be refunded to the candidates' bank account.
After scrutinizing the provisional answer key, NTA will release the final answer key of CSIR NET. This answer key will be final and the result will be declared on the basis of final CSIR NET answer key 2020. The authorities will release the final CSIR NET 2020 answer key on its website in the form of PDF.
By going through the answer key of CSIR NET, candidate can calculate their expected scores and predict their chances to qualify the test. In order to calculate the expected scores of CSIR NET by going through the answer key, candidates must follow the formula given below:
Expected Scores = [(Number of correct attempts) X (Marks allocated for each correct answer)] – [(Number of wrong attempts) X (Marks to be deducted for each wrong answer)]
NTA will also release the recorded responses and question paper along with the CSIR NET answer key 2020 in online mode. Candidates who took the test can compare the answers given by them to calculate the number of correct and wrong responses given by them in the exam. Candidates must visit the official website and use their login credentials to check their response sheet.
Question paper link
Official answer key Link
Candidates can go through the table below and find the answer key of CSIR UGC NET for previous years.
Question papers link
Answer key link
NTA will release the question papers of CSIR NET along with the release of the answer key. Candidates will be able to download the question papers by using their login credentials. Along with the question papers, candidates will also be able to check their recorded responses so that they can cross-check their answers with that of the official answer key.
Candidates will be able to check their result of CSIR NET 2020 by July 5 in online mode. Candidates will be able to check their result by using their application number and password/date of birth. The authority will also release the scorecard along with the result wherein the candidate will be able to find the marks secured by them. Only those candidates will be considered qualified who will secure marks equal to or more than the CSIR NET cutoff 2020.
Yes, candidates can raise objections on the provisional answer key of CSIR NET for a predetermined time given by the exam body. Final answer key is released after all objections have been taken into consideration.
No, the examination authority does not release the answer key soon after the conclusion of the exam. NTA may take a week to release the answer key from the day of the conclusion of the exam.
Yes, to raise a challenge in the CSIR NET answer key 2020, you will have to pay Rs 1000 per question. It must be notest, that in case the challenge is proved to be correct, the amount will be refunded to the candidate account.
No, the authorities will first release the provisional CSIR NET 2020 answer key wherein candidates will be able to raise challenge in case of discrepancies. After scrutinizing it, the authorities will then release the final answer key on the basis of which the final CSIR NET Result 2020 will be announced.
To calculate your expected marks by referring to the CSIR NET answer key 2020, you must use the following formula:
[(Number of correct attempts) X (Marks allocated for each correct answer)] – [(Number of wrong attempts) X (Marks to be deducted for each wrong answer)].
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Yes you can do. You can apply for CSIR NET exam with your post graduation eligibility. They don't look about the cross majors. It is one of the toughest exams in India and at the same time best exam which can give you a chance to get a lecturer job in colleges and Junior research fellow position in research institutes and colleges with a stipend of 31000 with HRA.
All the best.
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