HYDERABAD: Lots of of scholars from town and elsewhere within the state appeared for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Essential for the B. Arch/B. Planning paper on the primary day of the February session.

College students and college stated that the paper is of reasonable difficultly and added that giving alternative in numerical worth questions has given a bonus to college students. “For the primary time, the selection is given in multiple-choice query paper. College students have been requested to put in writing solely 5 out of a complete of ten questions in part 2—numerical worth questions and there’s no adverse marking. This got here as a welcoming change to college students and made paper a lot less complicated,” stated M Uma Sankar, All India IIT Coordinator, Sri Chaitanya Group including that the Nationwide Testing Company (NTA) has not gone out of the way in which to present simple query paper this time amid the pandemic.

Candidates stated that the maths part was barely simple compared with aptitude and drawing sections. “I managed to reply all questions in arithmetic. Aptitude was little troublesome for me,” stated Charan J, who appeared for the examination on Tuesday. Whereas the B. Arch/B. Planning paper was performed on Tuesday, college students will seem for the B.E./B. Tech entrance examination from Wednesday. Within the nation, about 6.6 lakh candidates are registered for the JEE Essential, which shall be held between February 23 and February 26. From Telangana, as many as 73,782 candidates registered for the February session. From AP, 87,797 candidates registered for the examination.


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