Mr. Rajshekhar Ratrey, Oct 12 2017, 2:48 IST
With JEE Advanced now going online, students can save time and utilise it to apply themselves better while answering the questions.
The most competitive examination for engineering students in the country — JEE (Advanced) — will no longer be conducted in the pen and paper format. Recently, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) decided to change its mode to online. This year, 18 bonus marks were given away to all the students who took the exam due to errors in the question paper. The decision was, thus, finalised to eliminate printing errors altogether, and ensure easier evaluation.
The new format will save students a lot of time. But while the change sounds…