Rural students to suffer most once JEE-Adv goes online: Experts | mumbai news - News

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The Joint Admission Board’s (JAB) decision to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced (JEE-Adv) online from the next year is likely to cost students from small towns and villages aspiring to join premier Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT).

While most city students seem to be okay giving the test online, experts are worried that the format may prove to be the biggest disadvantage for students from rural India. “It is an assumption that all IIT aspirants come to bigger cities to prepare for the entrance exam. The fact is, maximum students come from rural parts of the country and this decision will affect them technically and psychologically,” said Praveen Tyagi, founder and director, IITians PACE, a coaching institute.

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