🔥 IIT approval 2020 | There will be no change in the IIT JEE Advanced curriculum. IIT Delhi denies that tweeting news goes viral There will be no change in the JEE Advanced curriculum, IIT Delhi denies that tweeting news goes viral
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- The exam postponed for Corona in May and July will now take place on September 27
- 75% report the mandatory exams for the board exam for IIT approval this year
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi has provided great information about changing the JEE Advanced curriculum. The institute said no changes to the JEE Advanced curriculum will be made. The institute announced information on its official Twitter account. The institute rejected reports of ongoing curriculum changes in the media and clarified that there were no plans to change the JEE Advanced curriculum.
The exam will take place on September 27th
At the same time, the institute announced that there is currently no plan to discuss the curriculum change at the Joint Admission Board (JAB) meeting. JEE Advanced is organized by IIT Delhi. This year, due to Corona, this exam is scheduled to take place on May 17th and then July 26th, now September 27th.
What’s the whole thing?
There has been a lot of news on social media about changing the JEE Advanced curriculum. In fact, the Union’s Minister for Human Resources Development, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, tweeted that after the cuts in the Class XII curriculum in CBSE and the State Board, JAB decided to waive the admission criteria for JEE Advanced 2020. Only after this tweet from the Union Minister did the news of the change in the examination plan come.
However, according to information from IIT Delhi on the curriculum and admission criteria for JEE Advanced 2020 on Sunday, the news that has gone viral on social media has ended. At the same time, the central education minister had previously announced that it is no longer mandatory for admission to IITs that the candidates have at least 75% of the grades in the 12th board exams. Students receive admission to the IIT only in the JEE-Advanced score.
Regarding a news report published in the media that JEE (Advanced) 2020 may notice some changes in the examination schedule, the organization institute IIT Delhi wants to clarify that there are no plans to change the curriculum for the entrance examination. pic.twitter.com/MeC64VrV3e
– IIT Delhi (@iitdelhi) July 19, 2020