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Students complain of mistake in IIT-JEE maths paper

Friday April 15, 2011 08:12:33 PM, PTI

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Kanpur: Three students have alleged that there was a mistake in the maths paper of IIT-JEE this year.

"Three students have alleged in a written complaint that a question in the maths paper of IIT-JEE was wrong. We have forwarded the complaint to the committee which had set the papers and have asked it to submit a report within three days," IIT Kanpur Director Sanjay Govind Dhande said here today.

Once the committee completes the probe, adequate steps will be taken so that students do not have to face any difficulty, he said.

Dhande, however, said results of the entrance exam will be announced on May 25 as scheduled, irrespective of the findings of the committee.

Nearly five lakh aspirants in 131 cities across the country took the Joint Entrance Examination of Indian Institutes of Technology on April 10.

  

 

 

 

 

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