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IITs to post answer keys of entrance exam on web

IITs have decided to post on websites the answer keys of the JEE 2012 as well as the answer copies of students.



New Delhi: IITs have decided to post on websites the answer keys of
the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2012 as well as the answer copies
of students, in a move which is expected to bring immense benefit to
engineering aspirants.

Answer keys of the exam will be displayed on May 3 and the evaulated
optical response sheets (ORS) of all the candidates will be displayed
from May 5 to 10 on all JEE websites, said IIT Delhi Director R K
Shevgaonkar today.

"The actual result will be displayed on May 18. Before that the
evaluated ORS will be available on the website from May 5 to 10.
Students can log on to the website and see their ORS," he told
reporters.
The aim, he said, is to provide students a window to lodge complaints
if any before the results are announced.

"If the students has any doubt, then he can log on to the website and
can complain. There would be a group of faculty from all IITs who will
see if the complaints are genuine and if there is an error, then the
correction will be done," he said.

"We want to make the student see (the ORS) and be satisfied that the
evaluation was done correctly," he said, adding that he felt few
complaints will be lodged.

The ORS of all the candidates will be displayed along with the machine
read response and the marks scored. Candidates can submit revision
requests online in case of any perceived errors in the machine read
responses online by May 10.
This year over 4.79 lakh students sat for the examination, billed one
of the toughest competitive tests.

PTI

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