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Amid Pandemic Situation, 45% of JEE Candidates Would Skip Exam: Gujarat

"Confusion among students"

Certainly, 45 percent of candidates from Gujarat skipped the JEE (Joint Entrance Exams) exams. This began nationwide on Tuesday for admission in engineering and pharmacy courses. A senior official said, the proportion of scholars skipping the test stood at 25-30 percent. Firstly, in earlier years and therefore the current figure was “10-15 percent” more.
 
No JEE exams scheduled in Krishna Nagar and Jankipuram Extension centers today – NTA. The legislature had said on Monday that 38,167 understudies had enrolled for the test. Directed by the National Testing Agency – 32 focuses in 13 locales between September 1-6.
 
On an essential day, out of 3,020 enrolled understudies, just 1,664, or 55 percent stayed present. On other hand, 1,356 on Monday. Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendrasinh had said –
“the organization would hold the tests.”
In the wake of avoiding potential risk of Covid-19 pandemic on education.
 
NTA, through its official Twitter account, explained that no test inside the two announced focuses. This can be bogus data. There are no tests planned for Krishna Nagar and Jankipuram Extension focuses today,
 
NTA had said via web-based media. Several media reports and Tweets have alleged that on a primary day. JEE Main exam wasn’t conducted in Jankipuram Extension and Krishna Nagar centers. This is causing confusion among students.
 

JEE Background

JEE- Joint Entrance Examination is an basically an engineering entrance examination. Conducted for admission to various engineering colleges across India. There are two different examination: JEE mains and JEE Advanced. JoSAA aka Joint Seat Allocation Authority conducts the examination. There are total 24 IIT campuses, 32 NIT campuses and 18 IIIT campuses and 19 GFTI’s. Based on rank obtaining in JEE mains and JEE advanced by a student can take admission in a campus. If a student takes admission to IIT’s then he cannot appear in JEE-Advanced in the next year.
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