NAGPUR:- The Covid-19 pandemic could just give JEE Advanced candidates a unique opportunity to feel some aspirants and institutes to coach. Based on the assumption that the pandemic could lead to a drop in the number of students attending the test, which also means a little less competition.
JEE Advanced is due to take place on 27 September.
The average attendance for JEE Main is 85%. A owner of a coaching institute said that he believes that attendance for Advanced will fall further. “My first assumption is that there are might cases of Covid-19, and parents will be hesitant to send their children.They have already cleared JEE Main, so they can either apply for local college admissions or wait until next year, “the owner said. “We’ll have thousands upon thousands of fewer rivals for those who do show up this time,” the owner said.
Another coaching institute instructor said it could be a ‘once in a lifetime chance’ if these predictions came true. The instructor said, “If you get even a few thousand people less than your welcome at the JEE Advanced stage.If there really is a drastic drop in attendance that doesn’t mention 20,000-30,000 odd students, then our students will gain advantage.Based on multiple criteria, approximately 2.5 lakh candidates are deemed eligible for JEE Advanced. Because of different combinations of ranks and computations this number will vary slightly.