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The first of the four days of the online session of the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) went off smoothly at nearly 140 centres across the country. Several city students complained about having to travel far as there were limited centres for the online exam. Of the 31,000 candidates registered for the exam on Monday, 7th May, 2012 around 98% took the test. Shrutika Singh, one of the candidates who lives in Nerul, said, My centre was on Ghod bunder Road in Thane.
The reporting time was 9.15 am. We left around 7am to ensure we were not held up in traffic. Most of the 140 centres were in 22 cities across the country. S. D. Joshi of a coaching institute in Navi Mumbai said, One of my students who lives in Nerul was assigned a centre in Boisar for the offline exam on April 29.Her family had to stay there for a day in a hotel to ensure she reached the centre on time. This year, all students in Navi Mumbai faced similar problems for online and offline exams. One of the experts from a coaching institute said the difficulty level of the online exam was similar to that of the offline paper and the chemistry portion was slightly tougher than other subjects. Rama Sharma, spokesperson for the CBSE, said 1.5 lakh students will appear for the online AIEEE in four sessions. Online exams will be held on May 12, 19 and 26. Students, who have missed the offline examination on April 29, will be able to appear for the rest of the three sessions. They must, however, submit their requests before May 5.
Courtesy: Times of India
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