CBSE UGC NET Dec 2015 Answer Keys

CBSE UGC NET December 2015 Answer Keys are given here for Paper 1, 2, 3. Answer key of CBSE UGC NET 2015 exam held on 27 Dec 2015 contains correct answers of questions asked in the National Eligibility Test. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts UGC NET on behalf of the University Grants Commission for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Eligibility for Assistant Professor.

CBSE NET Dec 2015 Answer Keys – Available

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has published the Scanned copy of OMR sheet, recorded responses, and answer keys of CBSE UGC NET 2015 exam which was held on 27 Dec 2015. Candidates can check the official answer keys of UGC NET Dec 2015 by login in through the link given below.

CBSE UGC NET Dec 2015 Answer Keys has been published on 02 Feb 2016.

The examination contains three papers held in two sessions. Exam pattern of CBSE UGC NET Dec is as follows.

Paper Questions And Marks
I 60 Questions (50 Compulsory), 100 Marks
II 50 Questions, 100 Marks
III 75 Questions, 150 Marks

CBSE UGC NET Dec 2015 Answer Keys of Paper I, II, III shall contain answers to the following.

  • Paper I Answer Key indicates 60 questions-answers, of which candidate must attempt only 50 qs.
  • Paper II Answer Key with all 50 compulsory questions-answers.
  • Paper III Answer Key having all 75 questions-answers.

CBSE UGC NET December 2015 Answer Keys

Given below are the official answer keys for your reference.

CBSE UGC NET Result December and Cut Off – To know about declaration of results, go to CBSE UGC NET Result and Cut Off page.

View, Challenge Answer Keys & Recorded Response

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All the candidates who appeared in CBSE UGC NET exam held on 27 Dec 2015 are informed that the scanned images of OMR Answer sheets of the candidates with their recorded responses & Answer keys is available from 02 Feb 2016 to 09 Feb 2016.

The candidates are allowed to challenge the recorded responses if these differ from the ones they had marked on the OMR sheet. The challenge of scanned images of OMR answer sheets & answer key will be accepted online only from 02 Feb 2016 to 09 Feb 2016. The challenges submitted by post or in person will not be accepted. The prescribed fee of Rs. 1000/- per recorded response challenged will be required to be submitted through Credit/Debit Card or e-Challan only upto 09 Feb 2016. The fee once paid is non refundable.

If the challenge is accepted by the Board, the correction will be done and the fee will be refunded. In case, any registered candidate does not submit the challenge by the prescribed date and time, it will be presumed that his/her recorded response is the same as marked on OMR sheet. Similarly, if the challenge is accepted by the Board i.e. if any mistake is noticed by the subject experts in the answer key, a policy decision will be notified in the newspapers and the fee shall be refunded. The CBSE’s decision on the challenges shall be final and no further communication will be entertained.

How Much Marks Will You Score In CBSE UGC NET?

This is a pen and paper based test, thus all answers are to be marked by candidates in an OMR sheet. Marking scheme is as follows.

  • Each question carries two (2) marks. Thus, for correct answer, you will get 2 marks.
  • There is no negative marking.
  • However, if more than one circle is darkened or if the response is marked in any other manner except the Correct Method, it shall be treated as wrong way of marking and ¼ (one fourth) marks i.e. one mark will be deducted for each question.

Marks scored by you = Number of correct answers x 2.

The CBSE UGC NET Answer Keys will help you get an idea of the marks scored in the exam.

CBSE UGC NET Qualifying Marks and Cut Off

Those candidates who get marks in the exam more than the qualifying / cut off marks of CBSE UGC NET, will be eligible for further steps to be in the merit list.

Minimum Marks (%) to be obtained General Candidates OBC (NCL), SC, ST, PWD
Paper I 40 (40%) 35 (35%)
Paper II 40 (40%) 35 (35%)
Paper III 75 (50%) 60 (40%)


Candidates who satisfy the above criteria (clearing cut off marks), a merit list will be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the three papers secured by such candidates.

  • Of those in the merit list thus prepared, for each subject and category Top 15% candidates from the merit list will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor only.
  • A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from among the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list prepared above.

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