Engineering applicants are requesting a postponement of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)-Main’s first session in January since it is scheduled to take place barely a fortnight before board examinations and might conflict with practical exams.
Except for Republic Day, the first session of the engineering entrance test is set for January 24–January 31, 2023.
While practical examinations will be done in January, the class 12 CBSE board exams are scheduled to begin on February 15, 2023.
On social media, the hashtag “postponeJEEMains” has gained traction as candidates voice their requests to the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the education government.
Many pupils aspire of attending engineering school and becoming engineers, and this test affects the feelings of their parents and professors. However, as a result of the announcement of early deadlines, people have begun to give up on their aspirations, according to Ritu, a JEE-Main candidate.
Social media user Sarfaraz wrote on Twitter, “Not giving us a fair shot in the JEE Mains will be a major injustice. So, if you could, please make tests like the JEE more equitable “.
Students are under stress, and this is a severe problem, according to lawyer and president of the India Wide Parents Association Anubha Sahai. Three students committed suicide just a few days ago in Kota, a coaching hotspot, as a result of stress.
“The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) schedule was been made available, and the test will be held in May. So why can’t JEE be handled the same way? According to Sahai, all entrance exams have to be uniform.
The dates of April 6, 8, 10, and 12 in 2023 have been set aside for the administration of JEE-Main 2.
“Bihar Board practicals start on January 10, Telangana Board practicals start on January 20, and Assam Board practicals start on January 25. JEE Main begins on January 24 and ends on January 31. Don’t these dates conflict with one another? Why isn’t the government able to see?” asked engineering aspirant Aditya Jha. GJS RHL PTI

Aspiring engineers need JEE-Main will not be offered in January since the dates conflict with board examinations.

Engineering applicants are requesting a postponement of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)-Main’s first session in January since it is scheduled to take place barely a fortnight before board examinations and might conflict with practical exams.
Except for Republic Day, the first session of the engineering entrance test is set for January 24–January 31, 2023.
While practical examinations will be done in January, the class 12 CBSE board exams are scheduled to begin on February 15, 2023.
On social media, the hashtag “postponeJEEMains” has gained traction as candidates voice their requests to the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the education government.
Many pupils aspire of attending engineering school and becoming engineers, and this test affects the feelings of their parents and professors. However, as a result of the announcement of early deadlines, people have begun to give up on their aspirations, according to Ritu, a JEE-Main candidate.
Social media user Sarfaraz wrote on Twitter, “Not giving us a fair shot in the JEE Mains will be a major injustice. So, if you could, please make tests like the JEE more equitable “.
Students are under stress, and this is a severe problem, according to lawyer and president of the India Wide Parents Association Anubha Sahai. Three students committed suicide just a few days ago in Kota, a coaching hotspot, as a result of stress.
“The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) schedule was been made available, and the test will be held in May. So why can’t JEE be handled the same way? According to Sahai, all entrance exams have to be uniform.
The dates of April 6, 8, 10, and 12 in 2023 have been set aside for the administration of JEE-Main 2.
“Bihar Board practicals start on January 10, Telangana Board practicals start on January 20, and Assam Board practicals start on January 25. JEE Main begins on January 24 and ends on January 31. Don’t these dates conflict with one another? Why isn’t the government able to see?” asked engineering aspirant Aditya Jha. GJS RHL PTI

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