Press Trust of India|Oct 3, 2022
JEE Main Result 2022: Candidate ‘shockingly’ gets two response sheets, different scores in session 2
JEE Main result 2022 session 2: The candidate has scored higher as per the first response sheet and lower in second.
NEW DELHI: In the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main result 2022, a candidate allegedly received two different response sheets showing different answers. Consequently, the JEE Main 2022 candidate Aditya Mittal scored higher in JEE Main 2022 exam according to the first response sheet and lower as per the second one. A video surfaced on social media wherein the student’s father is seen explaining the error in JEE Main 2022 response sheet done by the National Testing Agency (NTA). JEE Main result 2022 session 2 has been declared today at jeemain.nta.nic.in.
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In the viral video, Mittal narrated his ordeal and said that Aditya had appeared for JEE Main 2022 session 2 exam on July 27 in the first shift. NTA uploaded the candidate response sheets on its official website on August 3. Due to a rush on the official website, the student was unable to access his response sheet which finally opened after an hour. At 10:24pm, the student and his father took a print out of the JEE Main 2022 response sheet according to which Aditya Mittal scored 212 marks.
On the morning of August 4, the duo reopened the response sheet in order to check the mistakes and rectify them for the JEE Advanced 2022 exam and this was the moment which left them stunned. The response sheet they opened on August 4 was completely different from the one downloaded on the previous day.
According to the student’s father, the JEE Main 2022 response sheet from August 3 shows that the answer given by the candidate for question number 401 is D whereas in the answer sheet from August 4, the answer of the same question has been displayed as C. Further, the response sheet from August 3 shows answer D for question number 402 whereas the response sheet from August 4 shows question number 402 not attempted. In this way, there are errors in at least 15 questions, the candidate’s father stated in the video.
“Since we felt that we have been wronged, we filed a writ petition immediately in the Delhi High Court,” said Ravi Mittal. However, the petition has been dismissed.
Meanwhile, several candidates complained that they scored higher marks but lesser percentile in JEE Main result 2022 session 2 while others alleged that their result shows a lesser number of questions attempted than what they originally attempted.
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