CSIR UGC JRF NET Answer Key Released
CSIR UGC JRF NET Answer Key – The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) University Grants Commission JRF NET Answer Key has been released at the official website, scisrhrdg.res.in. If the candidates want to raise objections, they will be given a window to do so. The query will be entertained only through e-mail and the candidates are asked to check the instructions. The Answer Key will be available on the official website on January 23, 2019, at 5.00 PM, said an IE report.
Candidates have been given a window to candidates to raise objections against the answer key. According to the official notification, candidates can submit their representation(s) against the answer key in respect of all the subjects through email. The last date to raise objections is January 23, 2019, till 5 pm. Official email ID is firstname.lastname@example.org, noted the report. Candidates can send the representation in form of word/PDF/image in attachment. The subject line of the email should have the name, booklet code and question number, according to official notice. The relevant portion of books or other finding supporting the claim should also be sent along with the email.
“Representations submitted through the post or in-person will not be accepted,” stated the official statement. It further stated that all the documents should be attached in a single email and multiple emails by a single candidate should be avoided.
Steps to download the CSIR UGC JRF NET Answer Key
- Step 1: Visit the official website, csirhrdg.res.in
- Step 2: On the homepage, click Joint CSIR-UGC NET exam question paper and answer key 2018′
- Step 3: A new window will open, candidates can click on the subject and the question paper set link
- Step 4: A PDF will be available, download
- Candidates can download and take print out of the answer keys for future reference.
The CISR was set up by the Government of India in September of 1942 as an autonomous body that has emerged as the largest research and development organisation in India. As of 2013, it runs 38 laboratories/institutes, 39 outreach centre, three Innovation res and five units throughout the nation, with a collective staff of over 14,000, including a total of 3,987 scientists and 6,454 technical and support personnel. Although it is mainly funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, it operates as an autonomous body through the Societies Registration Act, 1860.
The research and development activities of CSIR include aerospace engineering, structural engineering, ocean sciences, life sciences, metallurgy, chemicals, mining, food, petroleum, leather, and environmental science. Ashutosh Sharma, Secretary of DST took additional charge as director general of CSIR, with effect from August 24, 2018. In terms of Intellectual property, CSIR has 2971 patents in force internationally and 1592 patents in force in India.