Off lately we’ve had a lot of students getting in touch with us to have an insight on the fiasco of 4 wrong questions in the JEE Mains Offline exams held on 3rd April. History is evident that bonus marks will be given to students who have attempted it, but we raise serious concerns on how such questions are approved and they end up in the question paper.
A lot students might know that this is not the first time that such a scenario has come up only to put all the students in a predicament during and subsequent to the examinations.
For those who are not totally aware about it, here is your help:
If all the coaching classes and other institutes are able to come up with a question paper without a single mistake, can’t the board (who by the way is a national body funded by the government) take care of avoiding such negligence? This not only frustrates the students, but also questions the quality of education this country offers.
Alternatively, if the board finds it a lot to work on, it should come up with a justification stating that they have made a decision to include wrong questions in the exam and have also introduced an option (e) Incorrect question:P
This will enable us to assess whether or not students are able to differentiate absurdity with relevance. Hence, such questions will form an integral part of the exams.
Our beloved Albert Einstein said:
The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.
We urge the students to discuss this issue with their teachers, their deans and everyone else who can bring up this issue to a level that would necessitate the board to dignify it with a reply.