State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT), Bihar is going to announce the Bihar NMMS official answer key 2022 today, March 02, 2022. Earlier, the written examination for NMMS (National-Means-cum-Merit Scholarship) was held on February 27, 2022, in a single shift. The answer key shall be released today and the objections against the wrong answers can be raised only till March 10, 2022. Candidates are advised to keep a tab on the official website, scert.bihar.gov.in, for the official answer key link of the NMMS, Bihar.
SCERT conducts the NMMS, Bihar examination annually to choose deserving candidates and award them with the scholarship assigned for this particular exam.
NMIMS Objection Procedure
The answer key is usually not released separately for each candidate rather is available as a single PDF file comprising the correct answer to each question asked in the MAT and SAT sections. Candidates can download the answer key of NMMS Bihar, SCERT from the official website and calculate the marks scored in the exam on the basis of the marking scheme prescribed earlier. Other than this, the candidates shall also be provided with the option of raising objections against the answers marked wrongly in the answer key.
As per last year’s notice, the objections have to be sent to the official email id of the board, [email protected] until the last date, March 10, 2022. The board has specified the format for raising objections against the wrong answers as per which, they have to enter the candidate’s name, question number, provisional model answer, answer prescribed by the student, and correct evidence against the answer.
Post filling the format, the candidates have to simply scan it and then attach it with the email. Nevertheless, the aforesaid format for raising an objection is tentative in nature and the candidates are advised to wait for the official notice that shall be released today on the board’s website.
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The Bihar NMMS 2022 result shall be released by the board after the final answer key is released on the basis of the marks scored in that. The candidates have to qualify for the exam by scoring marks more than the prescribed minimum marks, i.e. 40% of the total marks for the unreserved category and 32% marks for the SC/ST category. The successful candidates shall be eligible to get scholarships amounting to INR 12,000 per annum until they reach class 12th.