IIT-JEE counselling matter: Supreme Court vacated the stay and gave go ahead for conducting counseling for IIT-JEE— ANI (@ANI_news) July 10, 2017
Supreme Court has asked high courts not to interfere in petitions regarding counselling and admission to IITs to avoid any confusion.
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Admission to IITs faced legal objections due to 'bonus mark' issues. The petitioners wanted a new merit list to be issued for the JEE Advanced 2017 result.
More than 50000 students have qualified the JEE advanced 2017 and are eligible to take admission in the IITs and NITs. Supreme Court's decision, on Friday, had stirred panic among students and the board was also worried as close to 30000 allotments were over, by then.
(With Inputs From Agencies)