Doctor of Philosophy level entrance exam, mistakes at this level not acceptable, and surprisingly 600 applicants out of 7,000 makes mistakes in fill CCS CET 2016 OMR sheet. It is the case of Ch. Charan Singh University Common Eligibility Test, held on 09 May 2016, for 32 subjects. Published for ccsuniversity.blogspot.com
|CCS PhD CET Result 2016-600 candidates makes mistake in OMR sheet|
The Chaudhary Charan Singh University Common Eligibility Test 2016 results will declare in June 2016, the C.C.S. CET Answer key uploaded on the website so that the candidates can match their answer. If you find any mistake in the answer key, you can complain online.
The university is working to declare result fast, the OMR screening and marking the start, the team finds out that approximately 600 candidates fill their roll number wrong. It is socking EAITians
apply for Research or fellowship, but they can’t fill their roll number correctly.
Total Seven Thousand (7000) candidates appeared in the test, and Six Hundred (600) out of 7 thousand-roll number not corrects, teams socked and report to the university. But, all that’s candidates have, not to apply for correction, these answer sheets refine at university own level, and after required correction result will declare, although the process increases the university effort and make the resultant delay.
Although, the JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) and NET (National Eligibility Test) qualifiers have, not to wait for declaring CET result, application for such candidates, can start in the first week of June 2016 (Tentative).
CCS University CET Answer key 2016 uploaded
The key of CET 2016 has uploaded online; you can check/download it to cross check your answer, to know how many question’s answers you give right and how many wrong answer gives by you, check on below site by submit roll number and select the paper 1 or paper 2
UGC PhD New rules
The university Grants Commission (UGC) has changed the rules for Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) course or Educational Degree, now candidates must complete M. Phil into two years, while they must complete the research and the PhD program within six years.
Here are 240 days holidays for mother candidates; additionally they have one-year extension for M. Phil and two-year extension for Ph.D. course, announce by Vinaysheel Oberoi the higher education secretary and UGC chairpersons Ved Prakash, combindly.
They also added that women candidates have the ability to transfer credits from one institution/college to other research center/college/institute.