Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), had released the JEE Main 2014 paper 1 answer keys on 29th April 2014.
CBSE also asked the students check the answer keys and if they found any wrong answer keys they were allowed to challenge it.
After giving 24 hours of time to the students, more than 1,100 students challenged the answer keys.
The candidates whose challenges are accepted will have their fee refunded.
Around 13 lakh candidates appeared for the examination, out of which 11.84 lakh candidates appeared for offline examination and 1.72 lakh candidates appeared for online examination.
According to the CBSE officials, JEE Main 2014 entrance examination results will be out on 03rd May 2014.