Recently the 75 percent marks in class 12th was brought back for admissions to Joint Entrance Main (JEE Main) and Joint Entrance Advanced (JEE Advanced). However, this rule has been relaxed by the Ministry of Education. It has been informed that even if the students get less than 75 percent marks in the twelfth class examination, they can get admission in the joint.
Joint Entrance Exam is being organized again after overcoming the Covid situation of previous years. Therefore, due to the covid situation, although the norms were changed in the previous years, this time again the board has made it mandatory to secure minimum 75 percent marks in class 12th examination as the eligibility criteria for joint admission.
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In other words, the board says, for joint admission, you must not only pass the twelfth standard but also have a minimum of 75 percent marks. However, the board gives some relaxation in marks in case of reserved category candidates. Meanwhile, the students requested to change the criteria of this rule of the board.
But finally the Ministry of Education relaxed the eligibility criteria by accepting the request of the students. Henceforth some relaxation in eligibility criteria will be allowed. JEE Main exam registration will end on 12th January. Incidentally, the board has decided to relax the standard of JEE Advanced along with JEE Main exam.