“Govt must relax JEE Advanced, JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2023,” says Chidambaram


Urging to the Government of India for relaxing the eligibility criteria for JEE 2023, MP Karti P Chidambaram has written a letter to the Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan mentioning that due to technical glitches and other errors in both JEE Main, Advanced exams last year, several aspirants faced discrepancies in their response sheet and errors in result. He has said that Centre should relax the eligibility criteria for candidates appearing for the JEE Main and Advanced exams 2023.
“I would like to bring to your attention concerns raised by students who appeared for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) – Mains and Advanced in 2022. These aspirants stuied hard to secure an admission into India’s leading engineering institutes, however, several hurdles which were completely outside their control, denied them a fair opportunity at the exam,” he mentioned in the letter.

“A significant number of students who fell prey to these difficulties in JEE Main or JEE Advanced were availing their last attempt at these exams this year. For students who graduated Class 12 in 2020, it was their last attempt at both JEE Main, Advanced this year, and for those that graduated in 2021, it was their last attempt at JEE Advanced this year,” it read further.
On the other side, JEE Main notification 2023 is likely to be released soon. The examination dates for session 1 and 2 along with other details will be mentioned in the JEE Main notification.

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