Bending to popular pressure, the IIT has finally bent. Offering help to students, IIT has adjusted its answer keys for the physical science and arithmetic papers of the joint entrance test (JEE).
This is the first occasion when that IIT-JEE has openly yielded mistakes and made remedies in its distributed answer keys. This happened because of the bearings of Delhi high court in a PIL. The HC in its request of May 2014 had coordinated JEE to get complaints in the answer keys from partners.
In physical science, in its first answer key discharged last Monday, IIT had said the right response for inquiry 12 is either alternative C or D. Rather, it ought to have said C and D. As it worked out, students who checked either C or D got full four imprints, while students who stamped both C and D as right got just -2. The changed answer key has included C and D likewise as right reply. The stamping plan for this inquiry is: 4 imprints if the bubble(s) relating to all the right option(s) is (are) obscured; zero imprints if none of the air pocket is obscured; -2 in every different cass.
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Passing by the answer key reported before, most students who endeavored the inquiry would have gotten -2 imprints, notwithstanding understanding the inquiry effectively.
Presently, IIT has adjusted its wrong stamping plan, as reported in TOI, and is giving full 4 imprints to each one of those students who checked right decisions of C and D.
IIT did the second remedy in arithmetic inquiry number 48, Paper II, identified with non-coplanar vectors where the right answer was 9. The changed answer key now says that "considering the level of the inquiry, 4 imprints will be recompensed to all the applicants". Presently all the competitors, independent of endeavoring this inquiry or not, will get four imprints. This inquiry did not convey any negative imprints. So now, applicants who did not even read the inquiry will get 4 imprints.
IIT yielded the third mistake in physical science inquiry number 19 however has chosen not to grant imprints. The inquiry had two sections: segment I had four passages: A, B, C, D and section II had five sections: P, Q, R, S, T. For every section in segment I, students needed to obscure the rises of all the coordinating passages.
Nonetheless, because of uncertainty in the inquiry, IIT declared two right replies: either (R) or (R) and (T). On the off chance that IIT reported R and T just, this would be a solitary arrangement of answer. Rather, IIT declared two arrangements of answers: R or R and T. The stamping plan for this inquiry is: 2 imprints if the bubble(s) comparing to all the right matches are obscured; zero imprints if none of the air pocket is obscured; -1 in every different case. In any case, because of the answer keys, most students who obscured air pocket T got negative stamps as T is right and in addition erroneous.