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JEE Main OMR sheets now displayed, submit challenge by 2nd May


Those students who had appeared for the pen and paper base JEE Main examination on the 7th of April this year can now see the scanned copy of their OMR sheets. It will be available only till the 2nd of May and by that time, if a student feels there is any discrepency in the OMR sheet displayed and the one they submitted, they may submit a challenge latest by 02.05.2013 midnight.

What to do if wrong OMR sheet is displayed by JEE Main?
The following link is where OMR sheets are being displayed and you may submit challenge here – Click here

The above step has to be done by 02.05.2013. No one can submit such a challenge by post or in person.

For each challenge request, a fee of Rs 500 is to be submitted by bank draft in favour of Secretary CBSE payable at Delhi, in person at any of the CBSE Regional Office or may be submitted at JEE (Main) Unit,Plot No. 482, F.I.E., Patparganj Industrial Area, Delhi 92 either in person or by Speed Post by 04.05.2013.

A student may only request to object or challenge if he/she finds that one or more questions as displayed marked in the OMR sheet is incorrect and is not the same that he/she had submitted. Student cannot challenge questions asked in the JEE Main 2013 Question Paper.

The OMR sheets have been displayed by CBSE since yesterday and within a short span of two days candidates have been expected to check and submit objections, but many students when trying to see their OMR sheet can see a “Server runtime error” which has probably occurred due to large number of students visiting the website at the same time, causing a server crash.

In such a situation, students are asked not to panic and if they have not yet been able to see their OMR sheets, they should keep visiting the link (Check your JEE Main OMR sheet). If unable to do so all day, visit the website at night as server load is presumably less at such time.