The Joint Engineering Entrance Main Examination that took place on 7 April 2013, has nailed it, amongst the students. The paper is being regarded as one of the easiest papers in the recent times.
The examination would be short listing around 1.5 Lakh candidates from the fourteen lakh who already registered for sitting for the JEE Advanced (2 June 2013).
It will go on to also decide the final merit list of the JEE Main for admissions to various BE/BTech programs in the National Institutes of Technology, Delhi Technological University and other centrally funded institutes.
The offline test that was taken by a magnanimous 11.2 lakh students on 7 April 2013 will now have their computer based examination in 9, 22, 23 and 25 April 2013. Which will later further go on to JEE Advanced test by 2 June 2013.
Apparently, students mentioned that it was a balanced paper, while forty percent of the Physics questions were from class eleven, forty seven percent were chemistry questions and sixty percent of mathematics questions were also from class eleven.