CSIR UGC NET Life Sciences Answer Key 2017

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Jun 19, 2017

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Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) successfully conducted UGC NET Life Sciences entrance exam on June 18, 2017.  The exam constituted 3 parts, i.e Part- A, Part- B and Part- C with all objective type questions. The exam was of 200 marks and time duration allotted was 3 hours.

  • Answer key for UGC NET Life Sciences exam has been made available along with question paper. Candidates can refer to the same and analyze their score and overall performance.
  • CSIR UGC NET Life Sciences examination was of a moderate level and comprised both straight forward and tricky questions.
  • There were no such ambiguous questions this time in the paper.
  • Part-A of the paper dealt with questions on General Aptitude focusing on logical reasoning, graphical analysis, analytical and numerical ability, quantitative comparison, series formation and puzzles.
  • Part- B contained questions from Life Sciences from the topics mentioned in the syllabus.

Part-C comprised higher value questions of analytical nature where candidates were expected to apply scientific knowledge to arrive at the solution.

CSIR UGC NET Life Sciences Answer Key 2017

The official answer key for UGC NET Life Sciences exam 2017 will be released. Candidates can raise a question on any answer with valid proof.

  • Candidates need to submit the challenges online at the email id: netexam.obs@csirhrdg.in
  • Candidates must mention subject name, booklet code and question number in subject line of email.
  • CSIR’s decision on the observation shall be final and the result will actually depend on the official answer key.

UGC NET 2017 for Life Sciences was on the tougher side in comparison to previous years. Part – B was relatively difficult and tricky while Part- A which was based on general aptitude was easier and students could solve it easily if they practiced it regularly during preparation. Part – C proved to be the toughest consisting science questions which took a lot of time for candidates to solve.

The answer key for UGC NET Life Sciences 2017 has been released by Bansal Coaching Institute and the same is mentioned as follows:

Part B

Question No. Answer Key Question No. Answer Key
Q 21 3 Q 46 2
Q 22 1 Q 47 2
Q 23 3 Q 48 1
Q 24   Q 49 3
Q 25 1 Q 50 2
Q 26 1 Q 51 1
Q 27 2 Q 52 2
Q 28 2 Q 53 1
Q 29 4 Q 54 2
Q 30 3 Q 55 2
Q 31 2 Q 56 3
Q 32 2 Q 57 1
Q 33 4 Q 58  
Q 34 4 Q 59 3
Q 35 1 Q 60 3
Q 36 4 Q 61 1
Q 37 3 Q 62 3
Q 38 2 Q 63 2
Q 39 2 Q 64  
Q 40 1 Q 65 4
Q 41 3 Q 66 1
Q 42 2 Q 67  
Q 43 3 Q 68 3
Q 44 4 Q 69 3
Q 45 1 Q 70 2

How to Download UGC NET Life Sciences Official Answer Key 2017?

Candidates can download the UGC NET Life Sciences answer key by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Visit the official UGC NET website www.cbsenet.nic.in 
  • Homepage of CBSE will be displayed on the screen
  • Search for latest notifications.
  • Click on CBSE UGC NET June answer key.
  • A PDF file for the same will be available.
  • Download the answer key by right clicking and selecting ‘save as’ option.
  • Tally your responses.

Candidates can evaluate their performance by having a look at previous year’s cut-off list. Result for UGC NET is expected in the second or third week of July 2017.

How to Calculate Score using UGC NET Life Sciences Answer Key?

UGC NET Life Sciences question paper comprises 3 parts in which Part- B caters to Life Sciences. A total of 50 objective type questions were included in Part – B and answer key for the same has been mentioned above.

Students can calculate their score of Part – B by checking the marking scheme mentioned below:

  • For every correct answer, candidates shall be allotted 2 marks.
  • There will be a deduction of 25% marks for wrong answer

Know About CSIR UGC NET 2017 Answer keys, Question paper and Analysis

UGC NET 2017 Sectional Analysis

Part A

Part – A of the paper comprised of General Aptitude wherein questions were quite easy and the part somehow proved to be scoring. It contained the least number of questions as compared to the other two parts. This part focused on topics like logical reasoning, graphical analysis, series formation and puzzles and had a majority of questions from them.

Part B

It dealt with questions from Life Sciences from the topics mentioned in the syllabus and were a little tricky. This section was more time consuming than the other two and was not that easy.

Part C

This was the most difficult section out of the three and had the maximum weightage. It contained questions which tested students’ scientific knowledge and proved to be very confusing which took maximum time of students.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.