IIT-JEE exam: Students find paper 1 lengthy
Around 12 lakh students took the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for the admission on the various centres of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and premier engineering institutes of the country.
The exam was held at over 2,000 centres in various cities including some foreign countries as well. The JEE Main exam is conducted to shortlist candidates seeking admissions in undergraduate engineering programmes in the National Institute of Technology, Delhi Technical University, CFTI and other allied institutes.
?Though the examination started at 9.30 am, students were called for entry in examination hall from 7 am. Sunday’s exam was a pen-and-paper test with the online test scheduled to take place on April 8 and 9.
Reportedly, a number of students found paper 1 (BE/BTech) of Joint JEE Mains lengthy. Students of the various centers were seen complaining about the papers being unusually lengthy. Despite of being lengthy paper, many students expressed that the question paper was easy in compare to last year.
As the JEE main exam is considered to be one of the toughest exam in the country and students need to stress hard on study.
Parents of the examinees waited outside the examination hall in the scorching heat till the paper gets over.