Rasmi Sahgal who had written the offline version of the test, demanded that the board should provide right answer so that candidates can get a clear idea about their performance. The aim of uploading of answer sheets is to bring transparency in offline examination process. Candidates of online examination do not have this option.
Students can view the scanned images of answer sheets on the websites namely www.cbse.nic.in & www.aieee.nic.in. In case a candidate notices any incongruity in the uploaded answer sheet, he can challenge it by submitting an application at any CBSE regional offices or at AIEEE unit at Patparganj, Delhi - 92 on or before June 6 till 12 noon. He has to give fee of Rs 500 per recorded response challenged.