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Source: www.timesofindia.indiatimes.com

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) will talk about the reduction of the syllabus for exams and changing the pattern of the entrance exams for the coming JEE Advanced. This among different propositions will be pitched for conversation at the audit meeting of Joint Admission’s Board (JAB). The gathering is planned to be held in the coming week and an official choice may be taken after the gathering.

The IIT-Delhi is supervising the JEE Advanced this year. V Ramagopal Rao ensured that due to the outbreak of pandemic the proposal on the syllabus, the format of the exam, social distancing standards will be disused in the review conference next week. The conclusions will be finalized after JAB’s nod and would be for the JEE Advanced 2020.

Earlier, it was reported that IITs are additionally considering getting rid of the board exams necessity for the selection test for the year. This decision was taken as various boards including CBSE and CISCE have decided not to take the pending board exams due to the current pandemic and formulated their own assessment schemes.

According to rules, it is obligatory for a contender to have in any event 75 percent marks in sheets or be in the best 20 percentile of the class 12 examination.

After the CBSE had chosen to reduce their syllabus by up to 30 percent, it is being guessed this may have a falling impact on NEET entrance exams for medical and JEE entrance exams for engineering. The entrance tests’ are based on the syllabus of CBSE class 11 and 12 configurations.

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Moreover, various coaching classes/institutes have explained that for JEE Main and NEET, aspirants have to study some extra material beyond the referred CBSE syllabus even in normal conditions. The CBSE board syllabus reduction will not affect the entrance exams unless the exam format is also changed.

On the off chance that JEE Advanced decreases its prospectus, almost certainly, JEE Main also will follow a change in syllabus. For JEE Main there are likewise high possibilities that the January 2021 endeavor to get postponed if the schools don’t re-open opportune. Moreover, a final decision from officials is yet to be taken from (NTA) National Testing Agency, the exam conducting body.

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