Students of IIT JEE breathe out of tensions. JEE- Advanced test, which will determine admissions to IIT's for the upcoming year 2013, will be held on June 2, 2013. The JEE- advanced paper will consist of only multiple-choice (Objective type) questions, which the students will have to attend in two sessions, morning and afternoon.
Well, this has spread relief among the candidates who are busy preparing referring to the old format which did not include subjective questions.
Several IIT's including the one in Mumbai, ere all in favour of a subjective JEE. The difficulty level and the marks allotted to JEE Advanced Test will be similar to that of previous years JEE's.
A senior official from IIT Bombay, Ashok Mishra who is the former director of the institute, is the honorary chairperson of the JAB said "We have decided that the format of the test should remain the same as it is too late to introduce changes. However, the notification is just for 2013. The MHRD ahs also formed an apex board in order to have a smooth JEE-Main Exam and JEE- Advanced Test for this year and in future too".
The official, who attended the JAB meeting explained that "Machine-readable answer sheets will also be retained. The rule of allowing candidates to take home a copy of their answer sheets will also be followed. While, the format and everything else will remain the same in 2013, it can change the future".
However, this has been an lucky time for candidates attending the upcoming IIT-JEE 2013 to follow the previous patterns of JEE Exam. For more news on JEE issue like who introduced it, why iit's ignore the exam, what are the changes involved, what happened in the meetings held, what iit directors think of IIT JEE. To read in detail please click on IIT-JEE 2013 .