The first leg of the JEE Mains 2019 examination was a command in morning and afternoon shifts on Tuesday across eleven cities of Rajasthan together with Kota, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Bharatpur, Alwar, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Sikar, Sriganganagar, Udaipur. Aspirants in Kota came up with mixed reactions to the examination on Tuesday.
CBSE organizer, Kota, Pradeep Singh Gour informed that a complete of around 424 students out of 562 registered aspirants appeared in Tuesday’s morning shift of the B Arch paper of JEE Mains 2019.
He told that there were 2 examinations centers in Kota for Tuesday’s B Arch paper. Aspirants gave a mixed reaction to the B.Arch Paper examination endured January 8th.
One aspirant Sunidhi Tyagi (19) said that the aptitude part within the B Arch Paper was confusing whereas paper was easier as compared to the JEE Mains 2018 examinations. “Mathematics was a small amount troublesome than the aptitude and drawing part”, said by Sunidhi. She also said that the cut off within the 390 marks paper of B Arch might be around 250 marks.
Another aspirant Achintya Krishna (20) Mentioned that the B Arch Paper as easier with less problem level in mathematics, aptitude and drawing part.
Nandan Anant Thegde (18) said that there have been around fifteen Questions from general knowledge part in the aptitude part which were simple. He additionally cited Drawing and mathematics was as easier.
When asked about the primary time held pc based test, an aspirant Ravi Kumar (17) Also said that “It was easier to alter the response of the objective kind questions in the exam paper than the OMR sheet of offline examination”.
Another aspirant Ayush Kumar Namdev (18) told that the interface in the pc based test wasn’t upto the mark as entire exam paper wasn’t out there within the single screen.
A total of around 9.50 lakh aspirants have registered for the JEE Mains examinations being held at 264 examination centers within the country.
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