OCI/OPI students are given the chance to directly register for JEE (Advanced) 2023.

This year Overseas Citizen of India or Person of Indian Origin (OCI/PIO) will get the chance to sit for JEE (Progressed), 2023 without showing up for JEE (Mains), 2023. The update was given by IIT Guwahati. During seat designation process in IITs, the Creations/PIO applicants who qualify JEE (Progressed) would be qualified to vie for ‘Open Classification’ seats Overall and Individual with Handicap (PwD) classes as will be pertinent. Lady applicants in the Creations/PCI class will likewise be considered for Open Female Exaggerated seats Overall and PwD classifications as will be pertinent.

The expenses to be paid by Creations/PCI understudies has been reexamined and is at standard with the charges that will be paid by nationals. The choice makes the interaction simpler for understudies residing outside India who probably won’t have the option to manage the cost of the movement use and mental tension that accompanies going to numerous periods of a test outside their private spot. The choice has been attracted attributable to High Court’s February 3 judgment. The Joint Affirmation Board has consequently, made changes in the data pamphlet of JEE (Progressed), 2023 as needs be. The equivalent is accessible on their site that you access at jeeadv.ac.in.

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