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JEE Main, Advanced 2023 BIG UPDATE: 75% eligibility criteria relaxed by Education Ministry- Details here | India News

JEE Essential, Superior 2023 BIG UPDATE: 75% eligibility standards relaxed by Schooling Ministry- Particulars right here | Information

JEE 2023: The highest 20 percentile college students of every training board will now be eligible to hunt admission in IITs and NITs and seem for JEE Superior even when they have not scored 75 per cent marks in Class 12, in line with Ministry of Schooling sources. The choice comes in opposition to the backdrop of fixed calls for for stress-free the eligibility standards for JEE Superior, which requires a minimum of 75 per cent marks in combination within the class 12 examination carried out by the respective training boards. 

“The 20 percentile standards will assist these candidates who’re wanting 75 per cent combination of their class 12 boards. Discussions have been held and since lots of the high 20 percentile candidates in a lot of state boards rating under 75 per cent marks or 350 marks, the ministry determined that if a candidate is within the high 20 percentile she or he is eligible,” a supply stated.

The net registration for the primary version of JEE-Essential will finish on January 12. The examination will likely be carried out between January 24 and 31. In line with the JEE Essential 2023 info bulletin, admission to BE, BTech, BArch or BPlanning programmes within the NITs, IIITs, and CFT through central seat allocation board will likely be primarily based on all India rank with the extra eligibility of a minimum of 75 per cent in combination within the class 12 examination carried out by the respective training boards.

For Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates, the qualifying combination is 65 per cent in school 12 board exams. The eligibility standards have been saved in abeyance throughout the pandemic (2020, 2021 and 2022).

In the meantime, the Bombay Excessive Court docket on Tuesday refused to defer the JEE Mains examination scheduled later this month. A division bench of Chief Justice S V Gangapurwala and Justice Sandeep Marne held that it will not be applicable to postpone the pan-India examination in response to a Public Curiosity Litigation as it will have an effect on lakhs of IIT aspirants.

The Public Curiosity Litigation was filed by baby rights activist Anubha Sahai who needed the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains to be deferred until March. The petition challenged the Nationwide Testing Company’s (NTA) December 15 notification scheduling the examination between January 24 to 31, 2023.