JEE 2016 office sending text messages to applicants whose documents sport errors

If you have committed any errors
while filling the JEE 2016 application form, be ready to receive a message from Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) authorities asking for changes.

JEE authorities have started checking
applications and begun to send text messages to those which seem like errors.
The errors are being primarily found in the Photograph, Thumb Impression, and
Signature areas.

JK Yadav, Deputy Secretary, JEE Unit confirmed
this development to PaGaLGuY. He said: “We are verifying all the 2016 JEE applications. Those with discrepancies are being
sent text messages by the JEE office.” Those who have received such messages
will need their ‘Application Number’ and ‘Password’ to login to make the necessary
changes.

Please note that this facility has been extended only to those who
receive messages from the JEE office and not all applicants. Those not
sure of their documents can visit the JEE website anyway and cross check.

If an applicant is welcomed with this
message –

‘No discrepancy found in your uploaded Photograph, Thumb Impression and
Signature. You are not allowed to Login through this window,’ – it means that
their uploaded documents have been accepted by the JEE Unit.

JEE is conducted by the Central Board
of Secondary Education (CBSE) every year and is the gateway to IITs, NITs,
IIITs, government and private engineering colleges in the country. For 2016,
JEE Main offline examination will be conducted on April 3, and online
examination on April 9 and 10.

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