National Testing Agency (NTA) recently issued a public notice announcing the release of question papers and provisional answer key for the Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET) PG 2021 examination. The notice stated that candidates can raise objections against the answer key till October 21, 2021, on the official portal ntaexam2021.cbtexam.in/candidateportal/LoginPage.aspx. They can raise a challenge against the answer key by paying Rs.200 fee for each question. The challenge fee is supposed to be paid online latest by October 21, 2021, at 11:50 pm. Along with the public notice, NTA also released the steps to raise objections against the provisional answer key. A quick overview of the steps is given below.
The DUET PG 2021 examination was conducted on September 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and October 01, 2021, through the computer-based format. Provisional answer key with question paper along with each candidate’s recorded responses have already been uploaded online on the official portal ntaexam2021.cbtexam.in/candidateportal/LoginPage.aspx. The same website is to be used by candidates to raise objections against the provisional answer key.
To raise objections against the DUET PG 2021 answer key, candidates can follow the steps given below –
Step 1: Visit the official portal for answer key challenge i.e., ntaexam2021.cbtexam.in/candidateportal/LoginPage.aspx. Enter the required credentials such as Form No. and Date of Birth.
Step 3: After logging in, a welcome window will appear on the screen. Using the links present on this window, download the interim answer key and response sheet. To raise objections, click on the “Add Challenge” link.
Step 4: By doing so, a key challenge form will appear on the screen. Enter the required information such as subject, question number, answer option claimed by the candidate, nature of challenge and remarks. Upload a reference file to support the claim.
Step 5: To add multiple challenges at the same time, click on the “Add Challenge” option for every new objection. Thereafter, select the “Click to Pay Online” option for paying the challenge fee.
Step 6: For each challenge raised, a separate fee needs to be paid. To do so, select the “Click here to pay” option and choose the mode of payment – Debit Card, Credit Card or Net Banking.
Step 7: Pay Rs.200 for each challenge raised.
NTA will be considering all objections and challenges that they receive against the DUET 2021 provisional answer key. However, ONLY the valid ones will be acknowledged and accordingly, changes will be made in the answer key. The final answer key will be released along with results in due course of time.