Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Mains) Engineering students say paper was tough-Admission Jankari
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Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Mains) Engineering students say paper was tough

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Published : 08 Apr, 2015 By: AdmissionJankri
  • Majority of the under graduate students appearing for the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) - 2015 found the paper tough. The undergraduate students grumbled that however the Mathematics segment was simple; the questions in Physics and Chemistry areas were curved making it troublesome for them to crack.

    JEE is presently required for the admission to the undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs, and other state funded and self-finance institutes centrally will be held on Saturday. A sum of 1,02,000 students were enlisted for the their examination from the state in the computer and the written examination. This figure was around 22,000 more students when compared with 2014. In Ahmedabad the examination which was conduct from 31 building had the participation of 98 percent. In the city 16,856 understudies have enlisted for the JEE primary examination.

    A principal of a central board school said that last year when the cut off for the JEE advanced was 115 marks out of 360, this year it would go down by nearly three marks and was likely to be around 113 marks out of 360.

    Chand Saiyeed who had gone to the city from Bhuj said that the she found the paper simple and was hoping to get good marks. She said that a portion of the question in Physics and Mathematics were twistered.

    Nidhin Varghese another student said that the Physics question were every tough and one had to really think twice before attempting them. Though I found chemistry section, easy several off my friend's complaint that the chemistry paper was hard. He further said that the paper was based on the study material of a particular tuition class only.

    Authorities said that there were no grievances of any anomaly. On the other hand, from Polytechnic and one school which has CBSE and Gujarat board, the students were approached to create the corridor ticket for the fourth semester of the class XII. This made a significant ruckus driving the powers to require the police. One of the folks said that his who were staying in the region hurried to their homes to get the prepare to leave corridor tickets while other protested the move.

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