Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) has uploaded the official answer key of Field Worker Examination 2021 on December 23 at keralapsc.gov.in. Candidates who have appeared in the Kerala PSC Field Worker exam (alpha code A) can check the official answer key and questions papers in Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada languages. Candidates can even submit their challenges against the answer key online within 5 days of the answer key or till December 27, 2021.
It was reported that the Field Worker exam was held successfully on December 23, 2021. The question paper in Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada languages consisted of 100 multiple-choice questions that had to be attempted in a time duration of 1 hour and 15 minutes. The Field Worker exam was held on the OMR sheet and in pen-paper mode.
After the examination is over, Kerala PSC uploaded the official answer key pdf on the very same day. This allows candidates to check and relate their marked answers with the key. It may help candidates to know their expected scores in the examination.
Kerala PSC Field Worker Answer Key Objections:
Complaints regarding answer key in respect of OMR examinations should be submitted online only through the OTR Profile of Candidates, within a period of 5 days from the date of publication of the provisional answer key (both days included). In order to raise objections against the provisional answer key, candidates have to read the instructions given at keralapsc.gov.in, carefully.
Kerala PSC Field Worker Expected Cut off & Result Date:
The Kerala PSC Field Worker 2021 result is expected to be declared within 25 days of the examination, most probably by January 15. However, no official date of result declaration has been decided yet. The cut-off marks will be decided by the commission at the time of the result declaration. The factors affecting the cut-off are category-wise number of posts, the number of candidates appearing in the exam, paper difficulty level, etc.
Meantime, candidates may compare their expected score with the previous-year cut-off to know the qualifying probability. To calculate an expected score, candidates can refer to the official answer key available on the official website.