Express News Service

NEW DELHI: A senior IIT professor has lambasted the IIT leadership for sticking with a smaller pool of students, who were earlier declared as “qualified”, saying that it was a blunder and it would not have been sufficient to fill about 12,000 seats on offer.

Dheeraj Sanghi, a teacher of Computer Science at IIT, Kanpur, in a blog published on Friday, has also pointed out the admission process to the IITs needs to be amended according to changing times.

IIT, Kanpur the organising institute had declared 18,138 students as qualified in JEE-Advanced against 11,279 on offer on June 10 but on being nudged by the Union Human Resources Development ministry, the over-all cut-off was lowered to include around…

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