No Change in JEE Advanced Exam System

No Change in JEE Advanced Exam System

The 52nd Meeting of the Council of Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), held in New Delhi under the chairmanship of the Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Shri Prakash Javadekar, decided to continue the same exam system for JEE advanced.

The committee comprised of Directors of IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad and IIT Tirupati constituted to recommend standards and norms for construction of campuses and infrastructure projects in IITs.

The other decisions taken at the meeting included no change in tuition fee charged from undergraduate students in IITs, the IIT Pal designed to help students in preparing for JEE would be further extended and would be made available with hand holding support from SWAYAM, and IITs will now provide guidance to at least five engineering colleges located in their region in order to enhance the quality of engineering education imparted in the country.

The IITs will also organize an annual Tech-Fest expressing various innovations and technologies developed by them, which would include the participation of CEOs from leading public/private sector organizations.

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