NTA releases CUET-UG answer key, results likely to be declared in a week India News – Times of India

New Delhi: The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Sunday released the answer key of the Common University Entrance Test-Undergraduate (CUET-UG 2024). The opportunity for students to challenge the answer key is open till July 9. NTA It also said it would organize a to check For CUET-UG If there are any candidates then from 15th to 19th July Complaints All the instructions given regarding the examination have been found to be valid.
The release of the answer key sets the stage for the declaration of results, which has been delayed by over a week. According to sources in the National Testing Agency, Result It is expected to be announced within a week.
Provides answer key Candidate Candidates can also challenge the answer key at a fee of Rs 200 per key. “Candidates can submit their challenges to the answer key till 6 pm on July 9,” a senior NTA official said. “The challenges made by the candidates will be verified by a panel of subject experts. Based on the revised final answer key, the results will be declared.”
The NTA is also resolving complaints regarding the CUET-UG exam received till June 30. If the complaints are found to be genuine, the NTA is committed to re-examine these candidates at selected centres between July 15 and 19, 2024, the official said.
Though the NTA has not disclosed the exact nature of the complaints, candidates have reported problems like wastage of time and technical difficulties at some exam centres.
The delay in the results comes amid a controversy over alleged irregularities in competitive exams conducted by the NTA such as NEET and NET. Along with UGC-NET, UGC is also under scrutiny for introducing pen-paper mode in CUET-UG.
For the first time, CUET-UG was conducted in hybrid mode. The NTA had announced that the third edition of CUET-UG would be completed in seven days without any score normalisation as all the exams would be conducted in a single shift. For 15 subjects, the tests were pen-paper based, while the other 48 subjects were computer-based. This year, over 13.4 lakh candidates registered for the common entrance exam for admission to undergraduate courses in 261 central, state, deemed and private universities.
In response to allegations of irregularities in NEET and NET, the Centre has notified a high-level panel headed by former ISRO chief R Radhakrishnan to ensure transparent, smooth and fair conduct of the exams by the NTA. NEET is under the scanner for issues such as alleged paper leak, while UGC-NET was cancelled due to compromising the integrity of the exams. Both cases are being investigated by the CBI.

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