With large number of Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) coming up, the HRD Ministry is working on to decrease the “difficulty” level of Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE-Advanced) so that a maximum number of candidates are allowed entry and seats do not remain vacant. The IIT Council will discuss it threadbare in its next meeting. The move comes as about 1,000 seats could not be filled this year which led the IITs’ Joint Admission Board (JAB) to reduce the cut-offs.

HRD Ministry sources said the Ministry is of the opinion that JEE Advanced is getting ‘tougher’ and thus for the next academic sessions the issue is likely to be taken in the next IIT Council meet. The JEE-Advanced 2018…

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