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UGC NET answer key released; students can challenge from 24th January

UGC has released the answer key of UGC NET examination on the official website. The exams were held on November and December of 2021.

University Grant Commission has released the answer key of the National Eligibility Test. It has released the answer key for the examinations held in November and December of the last year. The exams held on those dates were to be held on December 2020 and June 2021 itself. But the covid restrictions had made it difficult for the commission to organise the offline examinations. Many students were in the fray, as their fellowship for higher education was in question. On January 11, the All India OBC Students association (AIOBCSA) had written to UGC urging it to declare the NET result for December 2020 and June 2021 sessions immediately.

The answer key can be easily availed from the official website. The challenge of the answer key can be done from the 24th of January, 2022.

How to download UGC NET answer keys?

  • Visit the UGC NET official website –
  • Now check and click on the answer key download link provided there.
  • Now fill in valid login credentials – application number, date of birth and security pin.
  • On successful submission of login details, the UGC NET 2021 answer key will appear on the screen as a pdf file.
  • Download the answer key and calculate the probable score.

What is the UGC NET examination?

UGC each year conducts two fellowship/JRF(Junior Research Fellowship) examinations. The examinations are not only related to fellowship but also provide a gateway in many college appointments and in different small or long-term project work in different fields. The selected candidate may be either UGC NET qualified or JRF qualified. The NET qualified candidate is eligible for different college recruitment processes whereas the JRF qualified is entitled to do research works in different areas of interest. The JRF cutoff is usually higher than that of only cutoff for clearing NET examinations. The examinations are of two papers. Paper 1 contains questions related to Teaching & Research Aptitude. Paper 2 contains the question of selective papers. There are more than 50 subjects under paper 2. No negative marks are present in UGC NET examinations.

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Debanjan Chamlagain

Debanjan is a Co-Founder of Bohikitap. He has recently completed his Master's degree. He is an enthusiastic nature observer and has a keen interest in showing his presence in the education domain. Working in this genre motivates him and he leaves no stone unturned, to contribute in any way possible in the field of education.
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