JEE Main 2023: In response to the Member of Parliament (MP) Karti P Chidambaram’s letter requesting a one-time exemption for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main candidates affected by technical glitches in the 2022 exam and ineligible to appear in JEE Main 2023, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan stated that the matter has been forwarded to the concerned department.
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“Thank you for your letter dated 2nd Dec, 2022 & 15th December 2022, regarding one-time exemption to relax the eligibility criteria for all students appearing for the appeared for the JEE Main and Advanced exams in 2023. The matter has been sent to the concern department for necessary action,” Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in a letter said.
The Education Minister @dpradhanbjp @EduMinOfIndia has responded to my letter requesting immediate relaxation in the eligibility criteria for #JEE2023. I hope the Govt will look into the requests and concerns of aggrieved students. https://t.co/yEvp5BktLU pic.twitter.com/ZbLGPovOTP
— Karti P Chidambaram (@KartiPC) January 7, 2023
As a response to the letter, t (MP) Karti P Chidambaram took to Twitter, “The Education Minister @dpradhanbjp @EduMinOfIndia has responded to my letter requesting immediate relaxation in the eligibility criteria for #JEE2023. I hope the Govt will look into the requests and concerns of aggrieved students.”
Zero-Hour Intervention: One Time Exemption to #JEE Aspirants
Given the difficulties candidates faced during the JEE Main exam this year, member of Parliament for Sivaganga Karti P Chidambaram, on December 09, has urged Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan, in a zero-hour intervention in the winter session of Parliament today to advise the National Testing Agency (NTA), the administrating body, to grant an exemption for applicants who appeared in JEE Main 2022 to be able to write the exams in 2023. Mr Chidambaram, reiterating that the JEE Main can only be taken three times, has asked the Education Minister to provide an exemption, particularly for the 2020 batch of affected students.
In the zero-hour intervention, the Member of Parliament said, “We cannot let technological glitches marr the future of aspiring Indians who want to get into the institutes of higher education.” Mr Chidambaram further took to Twitter, “My Zero Hour intervention urging the Minister of Education @dpradhanbjp to direct the National Testing Agency to give a one time exemption to #JEE aspirants whose exam was marred by technical glitches. The batch of 2020 needs another chance to write a fair exam.” As per Media Report.