Andhra University is going to release the APSET 2021 result soon on the official website, apset.nic.in. Candidates who have appeared for the APSET 2021 can file an objection regarding the answer key till November 03, 2021, midnight.
Once the answer key objection submission is over, the university is going to compile the results based on the objections received. The APSET result 2021 is been released in the form of a merit list and candidates have to score at least 40% in aggregate in papers 1 and 2 if they belong to the unreserved category. However, if the candidates are from the reserved category then they have to score at least 35% in both the papers.
A separate cut-off list for candidates who appear for the APSET 2021 examination is also released. Candidates who are successful in qualifying the same are called to appear for the character verification process that is held in two phases.
Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test (APSET) 2021 is conducted by Andhra University on behalf of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. This exam is held for those candidates who are willing to get an appointment or promotion to the post of Lecturers, Assistant Professors in Universities, and Degree Colleges based in Andhra Pradesh.
The candidates have to cross-check the answers marked by the authorities on the APSET 2021 preliminary answer key. In case, any wrong answer key is found against the answer key, then candidates have to challenge it. To do so, they are required to draft an email with the request of raising an objection. Along with this, they have to also mention a proper justification regarding the answer that is found wrong. Additionally, candidates have to attach relevant documents that may act as evidence, a scanned copy of the APSET admit card, then send it to [email protected].
A panel of subject matter experts appointed by the authorities will cross verify the details of the objections raised and then re-release a final APSET answer key 2021. Candidates have to then download the final APSET 2021 answer key to recalculate the marks scored in the examination. To make the process easier, they have to follow the marking scheme, i.e. adding 2 marks for each correct answer.