Home Board Exams CBSE Declaration of the IIT JEE Main Answer Key Raises More Queries

Declaration of the IIT JEE Main Answer Key Raises More Queries

4 min read
0
0
256

The latest declaration of the answer key for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Mains 2016, has brought in much flak as many concerned parents has shown resentment to questions that were wrongly framed or had incomplete information. A lot many concerns have risen across the entire nation as the realization has been witnessed by various parents and individuals that were looking into the answer key. Parents have gone ahead and made complaints to the Deputy Secretary of the JEE unit of CBSE, stating that the exam held on April 10th this year has insufficient data in close to 8 questions that are of 4 marks each.

Mr. Nitin Vijay senior faculty of Motion Education expressed that, “Such carelessness is unacceptable, especially coming from such a prestigious examination where each point can change the destiny of a candidate entirely. Parents and students spend a lot of money and devote numerous hours to prepare for this exams, such a letdown does demoralize the hope for every individual”.

In addition to this, Mr. Nikhil Srivastava, from Motion Education’s Mathematics Faculty also added that, “Irrespective of which subject it might be physics or mathematics or chemistry, the fact that is it is a matter of 32 marks makes it a huge deal since these very marks can make or break a child’s future”.

Many of the students have expressed that they have been misled with the questionnaire that had missing data and are disheartened with the whole scenario. Parents too are requesting a solution for the dilemma their children are going through. It is a matter of a child’s immense hard work and the desire to acquire education from the best institutes in the country that has put so much of pressure to succeed and such situations surely dampen the spirits.

The JEE Mains Online Exam held nationwide on two days, April 9th and 10th consisted of 90 questions all on subjects like physics, chemistry and mathematics. The exam held on April 10th had four questions in Physics, three in chemistry and one in mathematics that was reported as incorrect since it lacked sufficient information. The results for JEE Main 2016 will be declared on the 27th of April 2016 and the issue about the questions being incorrect is yet to be sorted.

Comments

comments

Load More Related Articles
Load More In CBSE

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *