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JEE Main 2013: Candidates to bring Class XII proof to exam hall

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Students appearing for JEE (Main) will have to carry their Class XII hall ticket along with their JEE admit card to the exam centre. This is because nearly 2 lakh of the 12.82 lakh candidates who have registered for JEE (Main) have not submitted their Class XII roll numbers to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) .

Many of the students who had submitted their roll numbers have requested the board to allow them to change the information as they had submitted incorrect data. The pen-and-paper JEE (Main) will take (take with a grain of salt idiom synonym) place on April 7 while the computer-based test will be held from April 8-25.

The students will be given an authentication sheet in the examination hall to verify their roll numbers. “The candidates are also advised to bring along a copy of their Class XII hall ticket and submit it to the invigilator,” states a notification on the JEE (Main) official website.

The CBSE, which is conducting the JEE (Main), has been asking students to submit the roll numbers of their Class XII/qualifying exam before downloading the JEE (Main) admit cards. CBSE chairman Vineet Joshi said, “While two lakh students have not submitted their roll numbers at all, several students who had provided their details have written to the board, saying they had made mistakes. Students anyway have time (race against time phrase meaning) till April 25 to submit their roll numbers. The hall ticket process will ensure that they do not make mistakes while submitting their details.”

This is the first year that the scores of Class XII/qualifying exam will also be given weightage while determining the all-India rank in JEE (Main). Students who cleared their Class XII exam in 2011 or 2012 have to submit a copy of their final marksheet to the invigilator. Students who passed in 2011 or 2012, but opted for improvement of performance in 2013 in all subjects have to submit a copy of their admit card for this year.

CBSE has decided to validate the information of Class 12/ qualifying examination at the time of JEE Main 2013 examination (paper based and computer based).

  • Students will be given an authentication sheet during the JEE Main 2013 examination.
  • The Class 12 roll numbers/Board/Year will have to be verified in the validation sheet
  • A copy of the specified documents in this regard has to be submitted to the invigilator
  • The Roll No. of JEE (Main) 2013 Examination has to be written on the copy of the document being submitted in support of class 12th/Qualifying examination.

Documents to be submitted as proof for 12th/Qualifying examination as per year of passing

1. For candidates who passed in 2011 or 2012 and have not opted for improvement of performance in 2013 : A Copy of their Class 12/Qualifying Examination Final marks- sheet/ marks statement for the year 2011 or 2012

2. For candidates who passed in class 12th / qualifying Examination in 2011 or 2012 and have opted for improvement of performance in 2013 in all subjects: A Copy of their Admit card/Hall ticket for improvement of performance in Class 12th
/Qualifying Examination 2013.

3. Candidates, who are appearing in class 12th / qualifying examination in 2013: Copy of their Admit card/Hall ticket for class 12th/Qualifying Examination 2013

For clarifications mail  jeemain@nic.in or rajbir.cbse@nic.in

Click here for the notification

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In another notification, CBSE has cleared some of the doubts of student regarding the question paper sets and difficulty levels.

Details: CBSE has stated that different sets of question papers will be used for pen & paper based exam on April 7, 2013 as well as the computer based exam to be conducted on April 9, 22, 23 & 25th 2013

  • The question papers have been prepared by subject experts who have ensured that the entire syllabus of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry has been covered in each question set.
  • The syllabus in each subject has been divided into appropriate number of units and an equal number of questions have been chosen from each unit.
  • The experts have certified that each set has been prepared with the same percentage of easy, medium and difficult questions to ensure a common difficulty level for all students appearing for the exam.

Click here for the notification




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