UPTET 2017 answer key was supposed to be released yesterday. In any case, till now, the site is unresponsive. With no report on answer key, the official site for UPTET, upbasiceduboard.gov.in isn’t reacting since yesterday. Applicants anticipating the appropriate answer key should deal with a couple of critical things, rather than freezing. Online registration for UPTET 2017 had started in August.
Keeping in mind the end goal to be qualified to UPTET for teachers of class 1 to 5, minimum academic qualification was either a Bachelor degree or intermediate. For teachers of class 6 to 8, least scholarly capability required was a Bachelor degree.
UPTET 2017 Answer Keys
Concerning the release of the UPTET 2017 Answer Keys, sources propose that if the technical issues can be settled, the Answer Keys of UPTET 2017 may release before the end of today. If not, the odds of the postponement of the release of answer key of UPTET are high. UPTET Answer Keys may release on October 22 if it will not release today. Note that the real notification for the release of UPTET 2017 Answer Keys was not made accessible on the site. Without any official notification, it is off base to remark how and when the UPTET 2017 Answer keys would be released.
Candidates who are sitting tight for the appropriate answer keys of UPTET 2017 are requested for in the meantime to be patient. Likewise, take note of that the UP Basic Education Board would be shut for Diwali Holidays beginning tomorrow.
Technical issues in the site were seen amid the arrival of UPTET admit card. This may have occurred because of an extensive number of applicants signing into the gateway to download the admit card. In such cases, site crashes as it may not be prepared to deal with such countless users at once. In such cases, candidates should sit tight for some time for the site to work legitimately. The board could resolve the issue just around four days in front of the examination. More than 9 lakh candidates had registered for the UPTET 2017 examination.
As indicated by Hindi daily, Amar Ujala, among these 9.76 lakh applications, more than 3.49 lakh applications have been submitted for primary teachers and more than 6.27 lakh applicants have applied for the higher primary teachers.
Source – Timesnownews