More number of students are complaining that the released JEE Main scores are not matching with the scores what the have predicted to be.
Students have sent e-mails regarding score card to CBSE board, But, till now board has not responded.
Akshit Gupta, One of JEE aspirant sent mail to oneindia Education, saying "Many students who gave JEE main online examination from 22-25 April have received at least 15-25 marks less than what they had predicted using the JEE Main answer keys of various coaching institutes."
"I checked the answers of questions by solving paper again, searching the web and consulting the teacher of coaching institute. I was expecting marks around 260 and have received just 234 marks. Even my friends are facing the same problem. I request the concerned authorities to look in the matter and rectify the errors at the earliest," he said.
There may be errors in answer keys of online examination used by CBSE. CBSE should publish the answer keys that they have used to check the papers.
Dr. A Tiwari, Father of Ragashree Tiwari, JEE Aspirant said, "My daughter appeared in the examination and calculated her marks going through the answer keys and gets only 194. CBSE made a formal attempt for transparency of OMR sheets available over the web, but no other means of communication were used so that the candidates get aware and check the OMR sheet as that was the only chance given to the candidates. My daughter remained un-aware of the same and hence could not see her OMR sheet. Now in the result she has been given total 100 marks which is far-far below than expected calculations,"
Students have started complaining against CBSE in Complaint Board.