Richa Kapoor|Oct 22, 2021
UPTET 2018 answer key released by coaching institutes; know how to compare answers
New Delhi, November 18: UPTET 2018 answer key has been released by some coaching institutes like Chandra Institute. UP TET answer key is released by the coaching institutes for the examination held on November 18. However, now the official answer key of UPTET 2018 is also released for Paper I and II, on November 22. Candidates who took the eligibility test can check UPTET answer key 2018 in PDF format. To check UPTET answer key, candidates must visit the website of the coaching institute and click on the download link of the answer key. Further, they must select the paper set code for which they had taken the test.
UPTET 2018 official answer key released on Nov 22; raise objections till Nov 23
The authority has released the official answer key on November 22. Candidates can not only check answers but also compare their answers with that in the official answer key of UPTET 2018. They can also submit objections in case they find errors/mistakes in the answer keys or the questions from November 22 to 23.
To facilitate the candidates to challenge the answer key, the exam authority has given an email ID - email@example.com. Candidates will have to just send an email at the given ID mentioning details such as the exam name, level of the exam, question booklet series, question number, and explanation for the objection in the mail. The grievances will have to be sent to the authority within the given time frame. After the complaints, the answer key will be reviewed and a final or revised answer key will be released in case the correctness of the objections is proved. However, it must be noted that the objections can only be raised against the official answer key and not against the unofficial answer key by the coaching institutes.
UPTET 2018 was conducted by UPBEB on November 18, in order to test the eligibility of the candidates as teachers, basis which they are eligible to apply as teachers from classes 1 to 8 in the schools of Uttar Pradesh. The exam was conducted in offline mode for 2.30 hours in which candidates were asked questions to check their command over various subjects like Child Development & Pedagogy, Mathematics, Environmental Studies etc. Each paper contained 150 questions of 1 mark each. There was no negative marking for any wrong answer.
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