JEE Predominant 2023: Union Training Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has stated that the request for one-time leisure in eligibility standards of JEE Predominant and Superior examination has been forwarded to the involved division for obligatory motion. Pradhan was replying to letters despatched by Congress MP Karti P. Chidambaram. In response to Chidambaram’s letter, Pradhan stated, “Thanks in your letters dated December 2, 2022 and December 15, 2022, relating to leisure of eligibility standards for all college students showing in JEE Predominant and Superior exams in 2023.” The matter has been forwarded to the involved division for obligatory motion.
The Congress MP wrote to the Training Minister to calm down the qualifying standards for JEE Predominant and Superior as a one-time measure, as candidates confronted a number of points throughout final 12 months’s JEE Predominant and Superior exams.
In his letter to Pradhan on December 15, Chidambaram had stated, “There have been a number of technical glitches in each the periods of JEE Predominant Examination 2022 held in June-July and JEE Superior Examination 2022 held in August. Many college students have been unable to look for the examination as their examination middle was modified on the final minute with none prior discover through SMS or e-mail. Many candidates skilled discrepancies of their response sheets in addition to errors of their outcomes.
The Congress MP had stated in his letter that this was the final try for college kids passing twelfth within the 12 months 2020 and for these passing in 2021 their final try on the IIT entrance examination below JEE Superior 2022. Due to this fact, the eligibility standards ought to be relaxed to look in these exams. As per this 12 months’s guidelines, candidates who’ve handed class twelfth within the 12 months 2021, 2022 or showing for it in 2023 can seem in JEE Predominant 2023. Nonetheless, there is no such thing as a age restrict for showing in JEE Predominant 2023. Candidates could also be required to meet the prescribed age standards by the institutes for granting admission to the scholars.
Aside from this, NTA has additionally introduced again the rule of 75% marks for engineering admissions after qualifying in JEE Predominant. Candidates should have no less than 75% marks at school twelfth ultimate examination in addition to qualifying JEE Predominant for admission to Nationwide Institutes of Expertise (NITs), Indian Institutes of Data Expertise (IITs) and all different Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs) (65% for SC, ST) is required.
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, this rule was dropped from JEE Predominant 2020, 21 and 22. JEE Predominant based mostly engineering admission in authorities schools solely requires All India Rank within the entrance examination and sophistication twelfth go certificates.
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