CSIR UGC NET Dec 2018: Last month i.e in December 2018, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) conducted the Joint CSIR‐ UGC JRF‐NET Exam. Last week, the CSIR released the exam question paper and Answer Keys for the exam for the candidates who appeared in the examination. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research also released a notice regarding the submission of representation against any question or answer key. The process was started last month and now the last date is coming near.
CSIR UGC NET JRF Exam – Last Day Tomorrow To Submit Representation
The question paper and answer key are available on the official website of CSIR. To check the answer key and question paper of the CSIR UGC NET JRF exam December 2018 candidates follow these steps –
– First of all, visit the official website of CSIR. The official website of CSIR is http://csirhrdg.res.in
– On the first page of the website click on the link JOINt CSR UGC NET Exam Question & Answer Keys Dec 2018
– On the next page click on the question paper and choose series. In this way, candidates can check the question paper.
– Similarly, answer keys can be checked
As per the official notice released by the CSIR regarding the representation the candidates will have to submit their representation via email. This procedure was started on 16th January 2019 and the last date to submit representation is 23rd January 2019 till 5 pm. After the mentioned time and date, candidates won’t be able to submit their representation.
Joint CSIR‐UGC JRF (NET) EXAM – Important Instructions For Sending Representation
The candidates will have to send their representation via email id to email@example.com. The candidates will have to send the same in a prescribed format in Word, PDF or Image format attached with the email. The candidates will also have to mention the Subject name, Booklet code and question number in the subject of the email.
Only one email can be sent for one question. For the other question, separate email should be sent. The representation received by the CSIR other than the prescribed format will be rejected. The candidates are advised not to send multiple emails for the same question.