New Delhi: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the CUET UG Answer-Key 2023 objection window date.
The objection window will open today, June 29, and close on July 1, 2023, instead of June 30. The official notice can be accessed at cuet.samarth.ac.in
The agency will also release question paper with recorded answers. It will be available on the website by today evening.
File an objection
The challenges made by the candidates will be verified by a panel of subject experts. In case any candidate’s challenge is found to be correct, the answer key will be edited and accordingly applied to all the candidates’ response.
Based on the provisional answer key, the result will be prepared and declared by the middle of July 2023.
After registering the objections, the final answer key will be released by NTA and on the basis of this answer key, the result will be released.
The result will be declared on the official website. Let us tell you that on the basis of CUET UG score, admission will be given in various courses in many Central Universities like- Jamia, JNU, DU, BHU, AMU etc. across the country.
In this DU’s St. Stephen’s College also, the candidates belonging to the minority category will not get the weightage of 25 percent.
The processing fee for any challenge is ₹200/- per question. The processing fee can be paid through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking/ Paytm till July 1, 2023.
No challenge will be entertained without receipt of processing fee. Challenges by any other means will not be accepted. For more related details candidates can refer the official site of CUET UG.
Result can be released till this day
According to media reports, according to the chairman of UGC, it is being told that the CUET UG Result will be released by July 15 this time.
As per earlier announcements by NTA and UGC chief, the result is expected to be released within 15 days from the date of completion of the exam. However, no official result date has been announced by NTA yet.
The exam was conducted from 21 May to 23 June in 9 phases across 387 cities in India and 24 cities outside India. In which around 14,90,000 candidates appeared. Tight security was arranged during the examination.