The registrations for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2016 were closed on May 4, 2016. Around two lakh candidates, who had cleared Mains 2016, are eligible to take the next level of exam, Advanced on May 22. Barely a day has passed, and students have already found discrepancies in their forms submitted on JEE Advanced site.
When PaGaLGuY asked Prof Kanduru V Krishna, Chairman, JEE Advanced 2016 Unit, if students would be able to remove the errors in their registration forms, he told, “If there are any discrepancies in the registration form, we will give the candidates an opportunity to rectify them. Right now, our focus is on the examination, which is on May 22, 2016.”
Krishna added, “We are matching the registration form details with the requisite documents submitted by the candidate. If there’s any issue, we will contact the candidate, and get it fixed.”
After JEE Advanced, the merit list is declared, and based on their rank, candidates are allotted seats in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian School of Mines.