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 Bihar's Super 30 demands re-conduct of IIT-JEE

Patna, April 15 (IANS) Super 30, a city-based free coaching centre for the economically poor, has demanded the re-conduct of the Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) following blunders in Hindi version which they say will severely hamper chances of those who attempted the question paper in that language.

Anand Kumar, director-cum-founder of Super 30, told IANS: 'It was high time IIT-JEE should conduct a fresh examination in view of blunders that would badly hit prospects of hundreds of students from Hindi speaking states.'


The entrance exam to the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology was held Sunday.


'Such blunders could ruin the prospects of students from poor and rural background. ITT-JEE should think of taking a re-examination.' he said.


Vivek Kumar, who appeared for the exam, said the errors in instructions of the Hindi version of the question papers will cost students 48 marks.


'I am not alone, there are thousands like me who will be hit hard by blunders in instructions of Hindi version,' he said.

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