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UPTET Answer Key Challenge Questions



Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) has released the official answer key of Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET). UPTET was conducted on 8th Jan 2020 and their answer key was released on 14th Jan 2020. 


The UPTET exam is conducted in offline mode only and it is qualifying nature after qualifying this exam you can eligible for the SUPER TET bumper vacancies. Candidates have to solve 150 questions in 150 minutes and their passing marks should be 60 % in UPTET Exam.


UPTET ANSWER KEY 2019 is released now. All the candidates can apply for challenge questions for any question they want and the candidates can apply online challenges till 17th Jan 2020, answer key challenge link will be available on the official website. A fee of Rs 500/- per question will be required to be submitted through SBI online payment portal.


How to check your UPTET Answer Key 2019:


1. Click on the UPTET official website
2. Click on " Candidate Services".
3. Then Click on "UPTET ANSWER KEYS PDF".
4. Download "Answer Key Primary Level 2019 " OR "Answer Key Upper Primary Level 2019"


UPTET 2019: How to challenge answer keys:

  • Once UP Education Board releases the answer keys, candidates would be required to raise objections online.
  • To raise objections, simply log in to your account on http://updeled.gov.in. On the dashboard, candidates would be able to view their recorded responses as well as the answer keys. In case candidates are not satisfied with the answers marked in the answer keys, they can select the correct option.
  • Once selected, upload all the relevant documents to substantiate the objection.
  • Pay the required fees and submit your objections.
  • Candidates may please note that the UPTET  result would be calculated basis the final answer keys. The objections raised would be evaluated and in case the objection is accepted the fee paid would be refunded. 


UPTET Paper 1 Answer Key Challenge Questions:


Hindi Language:


Q. सुमेल कीजिये
  1. हिंदी साहित्य सम्मेलन                      A.1893
  2. काशी नागरी प्रचारिणी सभा            B. 1918
  3. राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समिति, वर्धा            C. 1910
Explanation:


  • हिंदी साहित्य सम्मेलन : अक्तूबर, 1910 में पूरे भारत के हिन्दी विद्वानों, प्रेमियों एवं सेवा करने वालों का अधिवेशन नागरी प्रचारिणी सभा, वाराणसी के प्रांगण में हुआ। 
  • काशी नागरी प्रचारिणी सभा: हिन्दी भाषा और साहित्य तथा देवनागरी लिपि की उन्नति तथा प्रचार और प्रसार करने वाली देश की अग्रणी संस्था है। इसकी स्थापना 16 जुलाई, 1893 ई. को श्यामसुंदर दास जी द्वारा हुई थी।
  • राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समिति, वर्धा :सन् 1936 में राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गांधी और राजर्षि टंडन जी की प्रेरणा से राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समिति की स्थापना हुई थी। 


UPTET Paper 2 Answer Key Challenge Questions:

Science:


Q. Name of the hormone which is at the peak during ovulation is
(a) LH
(b) Progesterone
(c) Estrogen
(d) FSH

Explanation:

Ovulation occurs mid-cycle in response to a series of hormonal changes that are set off by a peak in estrogen, occurring any day from day 10 to 17 of the Follicular phase. This peak in estrogen triggers a brief surge in Luteinizing Hormone (LH), which triggers ovulation within usually 24 hours and occasionally up to 48 hours.

Q. Match the following:
A. Absorption of water         I Xylem
B. Absorption of Minerals   II Phloem
C. Transport of water           III Root Hairs
D. Transport of Minerals     IV Epiblema

Explanation:


Water and minerals are transported in plants with the help of xylem tissue. Roots absorb the water from the soil by actively taking up ions, creates the difference in the concentration of these ions between the root and the soil. whereas food primarily sucrose is transported from leaves and storage organs to other parts of the plant through phloem tissue. Food is transported in both directions.

Social Science:

Q Antecedent River is 
(a) Ganga
(b) Yamuna
(c) Godavari
(d) Satluj


Explanation:

Himalayan rivers are the examples of antecedent streams e.g., the Indus, the Sutlej, the Ganga, the Ghaghra, the Kali, the Gandak, the Kosi, the Brahmaputra etc. It may be pointed out that the Himalayan mountain system consists of three parallel ranges running from west to east viz., (from north to south) the Greater Himalaya, the Lesser Himalaya and the Outer Himalaya or Siwalik Range.


It may be noted that in case the challenge of the candidate is accepted by UP board, the fee will be refunded to the candidate. And If any other questions you will find to be incorrect kindly mentioned in the comment section.