The refund of the fee paid to the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), for admission to Engineering, Architecture and B Pharm courses has begun. The eligible candidates need to apply for refund.
The novel idea is being implemented with the support of various engineering colleges in the state which helps the students work with a technology company along with their studies.
The Joint Admission Body (JAB) decided to introduce a revised syllabus for the top entrance exam from 2023. The revised syllabus has been published for the students to start preparing.
The details about the vacant seats after six rounds of JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) counselling would be uploaded in the website on 27 November
The authorities have said that those who had selected Idukki in Kerala; and Sonipat and Panipat in Haryana should choose other exam centres. However, the reason for removing these centres is not known.
The candidates who are allotted seats should complete the formalities such as online reporting, fee payment and the scrutiny of documents before October 30.
The AICTE instructed the engineering colleges to hold awareness classes for students from November 15 itself.
The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala, had earlier announced that it would be published on October 19.
The 17-year-old Agarwal, who plans to pursue B.Tech in Computer Science from IIT Bombay, has scored 348 out of 360 marks in the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)-Advanced.
IIT Kharagpur published the results and the final answer key today. Candidates can access the results using their exam roll number, registration number and date of birth.