New CBSE JEE rule has created a chaos among the JEE Main aspirants. The new rule has made it tough for the JEE pass candidates to get admission in their dream colleges.
Uncertainty in the normalizing procedure of JEE Main rank has upset the expected ranks of students and has made their future hanging in between.
According to the new norm, marks of class XII would get 40% weightage and JEE marks will contain 60% weightage to decide all India JEE rank.
But the result of this rule is such that a student with a high score in JEE (main) and not so low percentage in Class XII (for example 90%) could have a rank much lower than a friend who scored less in JEE (main) but had a higher percentage in the board result.
Students, for whom it was an easy task to get admission in their dream college only with the JEE marks, have been forced to face the rejection after the inclusion of boards marks.
According to these students, it was not mentioned earlier that this inclusion of board marks will be based on percentile basis.
Counseling session would be held at all the colleges and centers of Punjab Technical University on July 16, in the National Institutes of Technology on July 21 and in the Panjab University on July 16.