JEE-Adv 2020 candidates request one more attempt in 2022, write to JAB
Weeks after the release of Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced (JEE-Advanced) results, many students who have cleared Class 12 in 2020 are hoping to get another chance at the exam in the next academic year.
Several students, in letters addressed to the Joint Admission Board (JAB), which deals with admissions to premier Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), have requested that the authority consider them eligible for the same exam for the third attempt in 2022.
As per the rules of JEE, a student who has passed class 12 is allowed to attempt thrice in JEE Mains and twice in JEE-Ed, including in the year of passing the class 12 examination.
“Students who passed class 12 in 2020 got two attempts in JEE at a very difficult time. In 2020 the country was battling with rising Covid-19 cases and similarly the after-effects of the second wave left many students and their families personally vulnerable. Many of us have lost someone we know and love and in the midst of all this it has become difficult to concentrate on studies,” said Mohamed Areeb, who has worked in 2020 as well as 2021. I attempted JEE-Ed. “In both the years (2020 and 2022) the JEE-Ed exam was forced. The students were when they were least prepared and it has affected our overall performance.”
Education institutions across India remained closed from mid-March 2020 to early August 2020 due to the nationwide lockdown. The classes had to be shifted online to avoid any further loss of academic time.
“Students in cities did not face the problem of a digital divide that students in rural areas faced due to lack of infrastructure like laptops or servers. Many students used self-study to prepare for competitive examinations and to impact. Had to take recourse. Our results were seen. It is only fair that we are given one more chance to fight for a place in IIT,” said Saurab Kumar, another JEE examinee.
Last year, JAB allowed students who had successfully registered for JEE-Ed in 2020 and could not appear for the paper after testing positive for COVID-19, to appear for JEE Advanced 2021. . Students expect that an exception can be made for others. This year too.
“Just because someone didn’t get covid, doesn’t mean he was not affected by it. We sincerely request JAB to encourage the students of JEE-Ed 2020 to try our luck and make it all worth 2022 Let me be given one last chance. We have worked hard in this exam for the last three years,” Kumar said.
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