How to raise CSIR NET answer key objections
This question keeps coming to us again and again on how to file representation or objection to answer key of CSIR NET
So here are the instructions to file CSIR NET answer key objections:
CSIR UGC JRF NET joint answer key is released at csir hrdg website within 30 days of the exam. You will be given a window to raise objections. Representation from candidates is accepted through email only.
You can send the representation for CSIR NET answer key objections in form of word/PDF/image in attachment. The subject line of the email should have the name, booklet code and question number, according to official notice.
The relevant portion of books or other finding supporting the claim should also be sent along with the email.
“CSIR NET answer key objections Representations submitted through the post or in-person will not be accepted,”
It further states that all the documents should be attached in a single email and multiple emails by a single candidate should be avoided.
Before you file for representation for CSIR NET answer key objections keep the following things in mind:
- Use the Correct Email Subject Line: Subject Name, Booklet Code (A/B/C) and Question No. For Example Life Science, C, 74
- Be as explanatory as Possible in your objection. Gather as many Books & expert research papers as possible to support your objection
- Follow the following format to file CSIR NET answer key objections
- send only one email for one question. Separate email should be sent for a different question.
- Send your email to email@example.com
- Be respectful and do not send rude emails.
- Remember CSIR HRDG is also run by humans and they are prone to mistakes. But if we object to the questions and back it up with the right answers proof. definitely, they will have to accept our argument.
- So all the best for CSIR NET and if you need any kind of assistance such as coaching, study material or test series for CSIR NET chemical Science or Life Science Dial Biotecnika & rasayanika at 1800-200-3757
CSIR NET answer key objections