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Server issues at JEE centre trigger protests in Hyderabad

Deccan Chronicle. | DC Correspondent

Published on: June 24, 2022 | Updated on: June 24, 2022

Students claim questions were not clearly visible on computer screens



Hyderabad: Police detained protesting parents after the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) was delayed for over three hours at Aurora College due to server issues. Angry students also vandalised the college. Server issues plagued other centres too, which left students anxious.

Students said that due to the server issues, questions were not clearly visible on the computer screens. An aspirant at one of the exam centres said the question paper was given one-and-a-half hours late. Due to delays in the first session, the second session of the exam started late at many centres.

Students Federation of India (SFI) Telangana state secretary T. Nagaraju blamed the National Testing Agency (NTA) for not conducting the exams properly. He said, "The NTA is not bothered about students, they only know how to reduce their expenses."

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