The Kerala Public Service Commission has successfully conducted the Overseer Draftsman Grade II examination 2021 on July 28, 2021. With this, students now seem to be in a need of the Answer keys. Although the Kerala PSC has not yet released the final answer key, it has published a provisional answer that is downloadable from keralapsc.gov.in. In addition to this, the various coaching centres have also come up with their answer keys that are now available online.
Coaching centres like Wincentre Classes and Civil Psc Helper have even posted videos on YouTube with elaborate explanations for each question. To watch these videos candidates can open YouTube and type ‘Overseer Grade II – PWD/Irrigation/LSGD Answer key’ to watch the video posted by Psc Helper. Similarly, they can also type ‘Overseer Exam Answer Key Discussion’ to watch an elaborate discussion on the question paper.
However, to download the provisional answer key that is released by Kerala PSC, candidates must first visit keralapsc.gov.in and click on the Downloads tab. From the drop-down list, first select ‘Answer key’ and then click on ‘Answer key OMR exams’. This will now take them to a new page where the candidate can find the tab stated ‘Draughtsman Grade-II (Mechanical) in KEAEC Ltd and Overseer/ Draftsman (Mechanical) Grade-II in PWD/ Irrigation’. Then, they must click on the Download button to view the Answer key.
All complaints against the Answer key of OMR examinations must be submitted by the candidate via the online mode. Candidates must use their OTR profile and file their complaint within 5 days from the date of publishing the Provisional Answer Key. Based on these complaints and the opinions of various experts, the Final Answer Key will be released in the Bulletin as well as the site. However, any complaint that will be received after the publication of the Final Answer Key will not be entertained.
Thus, the candidate can place their complaints (if any) against the Provisional Answer Key by first visiting thulasi.psc.gov.in. Then, they have to use their credentials at the time of registration for logging in. After that, they can click on the ‘Answer Key Complaints’ tab and then click on ‘File a Complaint’. Now, they have to enter details like the date of the examination, post name, question number, complaint followed by the references (books, journals, etc.) that will justify their complaint. Right after the publication of the Final Answer Key, the list of the shortlisted candidates along with the cut-off scores will be published.