JEE Main में मिले थे 99 परसेंटाइल, Advanced के आवेदन के समय निकले सिर्फ 20, कोर्ट ने सुनाया यह फैसला
JEE Main 2022: Court has said that good performance in any entrance exam is not a measure of success. Parents, teachers and gurus should encourage test takers to think big.
JEE Main 2022: The Delhi High Court has said that good performance in the entrance examination is not a measure of success. The High Court has said that parents, teachers and teachers should encourage the examinees to think big. The High Court dismissed a petition filed by a candidate expressing displeasure over the officially secured marks in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main). A bench of Justice Sanjeev Narula acknowledged the importance of one’s performance in national level entrance examinations, but said this is not the end of the journey.
In this case, the petitioner had claimed that he was not considered eligible to apply for JEE Advanced examination despite having secured more than the prescribed marks in JEE Main. The petitioner submitted that as per his examination result sheet downloaded from the National Testing Agency (NTA) portal, he had secured 98.79 and 99.23 per cent marks in the first and second session of the main examination respectively but had applied for the advanced examination. . At that time he came to know that officially he got 20.767 and 14.64 percent marks. The High Court rejected the claims of the petitioner and observed that the official records do not support these claims.
The High Court said that there is no ground to hold that official records were tampered with or tampered with. Thereafter, the counsel for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner is facing emotional stress due to these circumstances. The bench, in its order, said such a reaction is quite natural considering the importance attached to one’s performance in such national level examinations for admission to prestigious colleges. However, parents, teachers and mentors should encourage test takers to think big. This is not the end of his journey. Performance in an entrance exam is not the only measure of their success.
The High Court said that the petitioner, who has recently become an adult, has a long way to go and life will certainly provide him with plenty of opportunities to excel.