Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, has fixed May 2, 2013 as the deadline for students to raise their objection on the answer key released recently against the questions asked in the examination.
As per sources, the answer sheets of new pattern of JEE examination held on April 7 was released by CBSE. In addition, the candidates can highlight the discrepancy in the answer sheet displayed on the board website. Thereafter, they can send it to board office.
According to an official circular issued by the board, all those candidates who have appeared for the JEE examination have the permission to challenge the recorded responses. In case, if there is any discrepancy from the one they had marked on the OMR sheet.
Furthermore, this year, the Ministry of Human Resource & Development (MHRD) replaced all engineering entrance examination by a single JEE. Besides, a change in has been adopted in the selection procedure for IITs, NITs and other centrally funded institutes also come into action, this year.