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  • JEE Main 2014 OMR answer sheets of offline candidates to be uploaded on April 25

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE ) Joint Entrance Examination (Main) Unit has notified that the OMR answer sheets along with scanned images and recorded responses of the candidates, who have appeared in pen and paper based JEE (Main) 2014, will be uploaded on the official website: and from April 25 to April 28 till 2.00 PM.

    The pen and paper based exam was held on April 6. The answer keys will be released by the board on April 28 after 2 PM.

    Candidates can challenge the board if the recorded responses differ from the ones they had marked on the OMR sheet. The complains regarding the discrepancies in scanned images of OMR sheets will be accepted online only through the link available on the website of JEE (Main) latest by 2 PM on April 28.The challenges submitted by post will not be accepted. Candidates have to pay Rs 1000/- per recorded response challenged and have to pay through Credit/Debit Card or e-challan only by the same date and time as mentioned above.

    If the challenge is accepted by the board, the correction in the required area will be done and fee will be refunded. The question paper and recorded responses in respect of the examinees who have appeared for computer based examination of JEE (Mains) 2014 have already been sent on their registered mail IDs. So no challenge will be accepted. Before viewing the OMR sheets, the candidates who have still not submitted their roll numbers of class 12 or equivalent qualifying examination are required to submit the same on the JEE (Main) website. Any discrepancy found can be brought to notice through e-mail only on

    The results are expected to be announced on May 3 and the All India ranks will be declared tentatively on July 7.

    JEE (Mains) is conducted to test the eligibility of candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering programmes in NITs, IIITs and other centrally funded technical institutions in India, kicked off on April 6 and came to an end on April 19.

    A total of 13.56 lakh students, including 3.16 lakh girls, registered for the exam this year. Of which, 11.84 lakh took the paper and pen exam at 2,173 centres and nearly 1.72 lakh students appeared for the online version of the test.