ICAR AIEEA, AICE PhD 2023 Answer Key Releases At icar.nta.nic.in, How To Download
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the answer keys for the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) All India Entrance Examination For Admission (AIEEA) to postgraduate courses and the All India Competitive Examinations (AICE) JRF or SRF (PhD) for the 2023 academic year. Candidates who took part in the exam can now access the ICAR AIEEA PG 2023 answer key on the official ICAR website, icar.nta.nic.in. This can be done by using their application form number and date of birth. The exams, which took place on July 9 across 144 examination centers spanning 88 cities nationwide, witnessed the participation of 36,914 candidates.
To address any concerns with the provided answer key, candidates have the option to challenge it by paying a fee of Rs 200 per question. A panel of subject experts will review the raised concerns, and if a challenge is found to be valid, necessary amendments will be made to the answer key. The final ICAR AIEEA PG results will be calculated and announced based on this revised answer key.
Here's how to download the ICAR AIEEA Answer Key 2023 and response sheet:
- Go to the official ICAR AIEEA website, icar.nta.nic.in.
- Look for the ICAR AIEEA answer key challenge window on the homepage.
- Log in using either your application number and password or application number and date of birth.
- The AIEEA answer key for the year 2023 will be displayed on the screen.
- Check the question ID linked to the item you want to challenge.
- Provide the necessary supporting documents and submit the required fees.
- Carefully review your challenge application before submitting it.
The fee for challenges depends on the number of challenges raised by the students. Payment for objection fees should be made through the online payment link provided on the official website.
ICAR AIEEA AICE JRF SRF PhD Examination: Marking Scheme The ICAR exams lasted for 2 hours, during which students had to answer a total of 120 questions. As per the marking scheme, each correct response will earn four marks, while an incorrect response will lead to a deduction of one mark.