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Computers to set question papers for JEE and NEET-UG

Computer will set question papers for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) and National Eligibility- cum-Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) exams from the following years to boost efficiency of setting paper and reduce the malpractices of leaking before exam, confirmed National Testing Agency (NTA).

Previously, the maestros of the subject individually selected the questions which took much more time to set the questions. The algorithm of the software is designed to randomly choose the questions from an electronic question bank containing many questions put into it by the subject experts. But it will be much smoother a process and enable NTA to take multiple exams within a year.

“The subject experts will frame rules such as how many questions of which standard, higher or average, will be asked. We have developed sizable question banks on the subjects related to the JEE mains and NEET-UG. The subject experts will add more questions and may modify the existing questions in the bank.” said the NTA official.

When NTA was asked about the malpractices in their conducted exams, the officials blamed the exam centers for entertaining casualties. To reduce such practices, the computers will prepare multiple sets of question papers for each subject just before the day of the examination.

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