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How To download AISSEE Answer Key 2021

National Testing Agency (NTA) will be closing the objection window for All India Sainik Shools Entrance Exam (AISSEE) 2021 provisional answer key by the end of today, March 6. Those having doubts in AISSEE 2021 Provisional Answer Key are advised to register their challenges at

The AISSEE 2021 provisional answer key was displayed on March 4 along with recorded responses of the candidates. Once the objection window will be closed, no further requests will be entertained in this regard.

Steps to raise objections in the AISSEE answer key 2021 provisional answer key

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Step 1: Visit the official website of NTA AISSEE 2021 at

Step 2: Go to the link for ‘Display OMR, Challenge recorded response and answer key’ available on the home page

step 3: Choose any of the two options to login to your dashboard

Step 4: Enter the application number and date of birth/password step

5: Go to the dashboard download your responses as well as the answer key and go through them step

6: If you have any objection, file it in the respective column/space provided

Step 7: Upload the supporting document step 8: Make the payment of the processing fee of Rs 100

Direct link to submit objections for the AISSEE answer key 2021

AISSEE answer key 2021

All the challenges made by the examinees will be verified by a panel of subject experts. The answer key will be revised after considering the objections and a final answer key will be published accordingly. The AISSEE answer key 2021 result will be prepared and declared on the basis of the revised answer key.

“No individual candidate will be informed about the acceptance/non-acceptance of his/her challenge. The key finalized after the challenge will be final,”NTA said in its official statement.

AISSEE answer key 2021: helpline no or email

In case of any query, candidates can call the NTA helpline number 0120 6895 200 or 011-4075 9000 or email at