No JEE Mains For IIT Aspirant

According to the latest reports, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) for IITs has proposed to abolish the JEE Mains exam for IIT aspirants. It means that if you want to get admitted to the IITs, you may be allowed skip over the JEE Mains exam and appear directly for the JEE Advance exam. The proposal has already been sent to the MHRD though the government nod is still awaited.

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According to the Professor SN Singh, the Chairman of the JEE IIT Kanpur region, the proposal will be examined again by JAB during its meeting in Hyderabad – which is scheduled on February 20, 2016.

In the meeting, all the Directors of the IITs in India as well as the Chairmen of the JEE Advance will discuss the proposal. They will also prepare new guidelines of the IIT entrance exam which would be applicable from 2017-18 academic year admissions to engineering and technological institutes.

At present, IIT aspirants have to first clear JEE Mains exam to be able to appear for the JEE Advance exam. There are speculations that JEE Mains might get replaced by the National Eligibility Test (NET) in 2017-18 to screen candidates interested in appearing for the JEE Advance exam.

The NET exam would test candidates on their grasp on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics as well as English. It might allow about 4 lakh students to appear for the JEE Advance exam.
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