Even JEE has mistakes in it

A senior IIT professor has pointed out ‘‘serious blunders’’ in this year’s IIT-JEE test that concluded on Sunday. He claims a clever student can get 93 marks without any preparation.
The claim was made by Rajeev Kumar, professor of computer science, IIT Kharagpur. IIT-Madras, which conducted the JEE has, however, disputed his claim. Kumar has been pointing out problems with JEE for the past four years and has even gone to the Delhi High Court.
Kumar has pointed out that Paper I had 28 questions each in maths, physics and chemistry, of three marks each, divided into four sections. He has raised concerns about Section II.

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