CEP Recommends Major Changes In JEE's Structure from 2017
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CEP Recommends Major Changes In JEE’s Structure from 2017

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IIT-JEEThe Committee of Eminent Persons (CEP) constituted by the IIT Council under the Chairmanship of Prof Ashok Misra submitted its report to the Government of India. The Committee made the following recommendations in the structure of JEE shall be effected from 2017 onwards:

  • A National Testing Service shall be set up by early 2016, mandated to conduct an Aptitude Test, which should test the scientific aptitude and innovative thinking ability. The Aptitude test may be offered two or more times in a year and would be an online test. The testing shall test the scientific thinking and cannot be gamed through coaching.

  • Based on this performance, about 4 lakh candidates shall be shortlisted for taking the JEE.

  • The JEE itself will be on the lines of the current JEE (Advanced) and designed to test the knowledge in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics; and will be conducted by the IITs.

  • From this, ranks will be issued to 40,000+ students who can seek admission in IITs and NITs based on a common counselling.

  • The IITs be requested to set up a system for developing mock JEE examinations which will help students prepare for the JEE significantly and wean them away from the coaching industry. The possibility of using the MOOCS platform can also be explored.

• MHRD may take measures for the improvement of school education and the method of examination of the Boards, so that students with the Science aptitude are well prepared in the concepts by the time they reach 12th grade, without dependence on coaching institutions.

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