Joint Entrance Exam

  • No stay on subquota quashing to hit IIT aspirants June 14, 2012

    New Delhi: A total of 325 Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) aspirants are likely to be affected if the quashing of 4.5 percent subquota for minorities in central institutions was not stayed, the government told the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Additional Solicitor General Gourab Banerji told this to the apex...
  • Sibal ready to address objections raised by IITs June 12, 2012

    Washington: Maintaining that the move to have "One nation One test" is in the best interest of the students and parents, Human Resources Development Minister Kapil Sibal has offered to address the objections being raised by certain IITs in this regard. Currently in Washington to attend the IndiaUS Education Dialogue, Sibal...
  • IITs reject Sibal's common entrance test format June 2, 2012

    New Delhi: Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Kapil Sibal's 'One Country One Test' dream seems to be running into legal hurdles. Less than a week after he announced a Joint Entrance Exam for all centrallyfunded engineering colleges including the IITs, the IIT Alumni Association is up in arms and says...