University of Lucknow has released the answer keys for its undergraduate, UG professional, B.El.Ed and Ph.D. programmes. Students can now check the answer keys from the university’s official website – lkouniv.ac.in. Answer keys for 9 undergraduate subjects and 29 Ph.D. are now available for the students to download. In addition, the answer keys for BBA and BCA courses under the UG professional programme are also available on the same website.
Students, who have not downloaded the answer keys yet, can do the same by following these steps –
Step 1- Visit lkouniv.ac.in and click on the ‘Admission 2021-2022’ link that is available on the top
Step 2- Click on ‘View More Details’ under the candidate’s desired programme
Step 3- Now, click on the ‘Answer Key’ link that appears on the screen
Step 4- Scroll across the page to find the required answer key
Step 5- Press the ‘Click here’ button under the required answer key
Step 6- Download the same or take a printout for reference
Taking a look at the answer keys is helpful because it can help students get a tentative score based on the answers that they have marked in the entrance tests. Apart from this, previous cut-off lists can help the students get an idea about their chances of getting admission. As per the data available for the 2019-20 Ph.D. admissions, the highest marks for computer science was 57.333, while the lowest stood at 41.667. Please note that this score comprises of both the marks obtained in the written test as well as the interview. Similarly, for home science, the total marks stood at 72.571, while the lowest was 41.375.
On February 23, 2021, the admission committee at the University of Lucknow took a decision that undergraduate admissions to the faculties of arts, commerce, law, science and fine arts will be based on the marks obtained by the candidate in the Undergraduate Entrance Test (UGET). However, in case two or more candidates secure the same marks/rank, then the candidate having a higher percentage in the intermediate or equivalent examination will be given preference. If this criteria does not work, then the high school or equivalent marks will be considered. Even if this rule fails, then the older candidate will get priority. These rules are applicable for UG professional and B.El.Ed programmes.
For Ph.D. programmes in the university, the overall merit list will be prepared based on the marks obtained by the candidate in the Research Entrance Test (RET), along with the marks scored during the interview session. Weightage of 70% will be given to the entrance test, while 30% will rely on the interview.