Supreme Court Stays admission and counselling in IIT’s

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New Delhi: The Supreme Court has stayed admissions and counselling under IIT Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). This order has been given during the hearing on the petition to give grace marks to all candidates. In the previous hearing, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to the Central Government and IIT and asked for an answer.

In fact, IIT has given 4 Grace points for a wrong question of Chemistry and 3 Grace marks for one wrong question of mathematics, which has been given to all. A student of Tamil Nadu’s Vellore area, challenging the Grace issue in the Supreme Court, has demanded that the merit list is to be redone.

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It has been said in the petition that IIT has given Grace marks to those students who have not even tried to solve those questions. While the Grace points should be met only those who have tried to solve these problems instead of leaving them. According to the student, due to these Grace marks the merit list has been affected and many students have had a difference. Therefore, the merit list should be prepared again. At present, the case will now be heard on July 10.

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