The students attending the JEE advanced exam on Sunday were in for a huge surprise. JEE (Advanced), which was held on Sunday, had an amazement in store. A large portion of the questions in papers I and II set up together conveyed negative checking of two. It connected on segment II of paper I and areas II and III of paper II. Negative marking is a component of JEE, however it has never surpassed one mark as of late.
On Sunday, students said most numerous decision questions had negative checking. Additionally, the paper was harder than a year ago. Instructors said it was reasonably solid and very much adjusted, however not exceptionally understudy amicable. They said numerous students might not have endeavored a few questions, dreading negative marks. Considering all variables, shorts may plunge this year. More than 1.2 lakh students took the test.
Devansh Shah, an understudy of PACE Junior College, said, "However there was no significant change in the example, the stamping plan made the paper harder." An IIT-Bombay authority said, "Positions are relative, so the trouble level of the inquiry paper won't have a negative effect."
VVN Acharya, the physical science HOD of a training foundation, said the IITs once in a while deduct two marks for a wrong reply. "I recall that one of the years the IITs had comparative negative checking example was 2006."
Aakash Chaudhry, chief of a national training foundation, said, "Paper II was much less demanding than paper I and all questions were direct, including less counts in the material science area. At the same time, section based questions had numerous right replies with negative checking."
Ramesh Batlish, from another honing organization, said, "As a result of negative stamping in different decision questions, students discovered the paper to be long."