Chhattisgarh Vyapam has published the model answer key of CG SET 2019 exam today, at vyapam.cgstate.gov.in. Candidates who appeared in the exam can download general paper 1, paper 2 answer keys for set A, B, C, D, and submit objections.
CGVYAPAM had conducted the State Eligibility Test on September 8, 2019. Paper I was held in first shift from 10 am to 11 am, and paper II was held from 11 am to 1:30 pm. Now more than two months after the exam, the organization has released answer keys of the exam.
To download the answer keys, candidates need to go to vyapam.cgstate.gov.in, click Model Answer link on notice board, and then click the link for CG SET answer key. On the next page, two separate pdf files for paper I and II have been provided. For paper I, there is a single PDF file containing answers of set A, B, C, D, each containing answers to 50 questions. Clicking on paper II link leads to a page with separate answer key links of each subject.
Paper II answer keys have been released separately for Hindi, English, Political science, Economics, Sociology, History, Geography, Physical science, Mathematical Science/Statistics- Mathematical Group, Chemical Science, Life Science, Computer Science and Application, Commerce, Law, Sanskrit, Psychology, Library and information science, Physical education, Home science.
However to get the notice with format of submitting objections, one has to go to the website and click the link for CG SET answer key 2019 press note under press releases on notice board.
Those who want to submit objections need to either use the format given, fill it, and send it by post. Or they can send the objections by email to email@example.com. Objections will be last accepted by December 2, 2019, 5 pm. It is mandatory to mention exam name, subject of SET 2019, in the email.
For each question that one wants to raise objection against, separate submissions have to be made.
Subject matter experts at CGVYAPAM will then look into all the objections, compiled a final answer key, and then CGVYAPAM will calculate marks of candidates for result as per it.
In submission, one has to mention name (of candidate who is raising objection), roll number, subject, objection related information, exam name and set of question paper, question number, answer provided in model answer key, answer as per candidate, evidence in support of answer claimed. In one page, details of objections of one question only should be provided.
Top 6% of the appearing candidates who appear in paper I and paper II both and secure at least 40% in aggregate marks in both the papers taken together for candidates belonging to general category and at least 35% aggregate marks for candidates belonging to reserved categories viz SC, ST, OBC and PWD and transgender will be declared qualified for eligibility for assistant professor by following the reservation policy of the state.