"Supreme Court has directed the National Testing Agency to conduct an additional session JEE Mains exam for 15 students on 30 July 2022."
JEE Main 2022: The Supreme Court has directed the National Testing Agency to conduct an additional session JEE Mains 2022 exam for 15 students who had appeared in the June attempt but faced technical issues during the exam. A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and J B Pardiwala asked NTA to issue admit cards to the candidates. The NTA will conduct the exam on 30 July 2022.
The Supreme Court also mentioned that these 15 candidates who would appear for the special exam would not be able to opt for the best of Session and Session 2 exam options. The JEE Main Result 2022 for the additional special session will only be considered final and valid for such candidates.
The 15 candidates who petitioned noted in their complaint that while appearing for JEE Main 2022 Session 1 Exam, held from 23rd to 29th June, they encountered several errors and challenges.
While appearing for the exam, candidates faced many technical glitches such as the server not loading, questions not loading and many others. Due to this, the candidates lost a lot of time. Therefore, NTA will now hold a special exam session today.
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