JEE MAIN 2023: Bombay HC postponed hearing on 75% eligibility criteria petition, know new date

The Bombay High Court has announced that the hearing on petition for removal of 75% eligibility criteria for JEE main will be held on April 6.

The plea by the petitioner had requested the NTA to reconsider the 75 per cent eligibility criteria. Further it says, “the marks scored by them is not a true reflection of their actual ability therefore those students with less marks than the eligibility criteria (75%) for this year’s examinations can score very high marks in the upcoming JEE Main 2023, and if a fair chance is denied to them that will affect the future (of) lakhs of bright (students)”.

In the recently released JEE Brochure, Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) reintroduced the eligibility criterion of 75% in class 12 Board Examination for getting admission into NIT, IIIT and CFTI.

As per the initial JEE Advanced brochure published by IIT Guwahati, applicants must achieve a minimum of 75% in their 12th board exam, and SC, ST and PwD applicants must have an aggregate score of at least 65% or rank in the top 20% percentile by category among successful candidates for that board. However, in the main exam, the top 20th percentile standard was not previously provided.

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