The state joint entrance examination (JEE) board has uploaded model answer keys and invited challenges from those who wrote the in-person test on April 30.
The model answer keys have been uploaded on the board’s website on May 6 and the examinees have been asked to respond by May 8.
A notice signed by board chairman Malayendu Saha says: “If any candidate is not satisfied with the answer key, he/she can challenge any key by 8th May, 11:59pm, through the user interface provided”.
The candidate has to pay a non-refundable processing fee of Rs 500 per question challenged through net banking/debit or credit card. The board will review all the challenges through its experts and take final decisions.
The results are expected to be published by the end of May or early June.