OUCET answer key 2019 released; know how to check

OUCET answer key 2019 released; know how to check
Parul Thapa | Jul 24, 2019 - 4:43 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, July 24: Osmania University has released the OUCET 2019 preliminary answer key along with the Master Question Papers on July 24 @tscpget.com. Candidates, who had appeared for CPGET (formerly known as OUCET) 2019 from July 08 to July 20, can check the OUCET answer key by visiting the official website of OUCET/CPGET.

Candidates have been provided with the facility to raise an objection against any incorrect answer presented in the OUCET answer key. In case of any mistake/error, candidates can challenge it by July 30 (4 pm) in written with the supporting document.

Along with the answer key, Osmania University has also released the Master Question Papers of all the courses. Candidates may check the correct answers marked during the examination with the help of answer key and the question papers provided. This also gives the chance to candidates to calculate their marks and know the possibility of them clearing OUCET 2019.

Steps to check the OUCET 2019 preliminary answer key

Step 1. Visit the official website of OUCET 2019 (www.tscpget.com)

Step 2. Click on ‘Exam Papers’

Step 3. A new window will be opened with a list of all the Master Question Papers and Master preliminary Keys

Step 4. The candidates can download the PDF files for any future help

The OUCET 2019 result is yet to be declared by the university, after which the counselling procedure for admission to various PG programmes will start.

About OUCET

OUCET 2019 is the university level entrance exam for admission to a number of universities including Osmania University for admissions into various P.G (M.A., M.Sc., M.Com, etc;) courses, P.G. Diploma courses and 5 years Integrated Programmes ( M.A., M.Sc., M.B.A) offered by Osmania, Kakatiya, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi, Palamuru, Satavahana and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological Universities for the Academic year 2019-2020.

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