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IIT experts faults with HRD

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IIT experts faults with HRD

Feels students who are fundamentally strong should excel

Hyderabad, April 16, 2006

A seminar on 'Zoom in IIT-JEE' organized by Vijayawada Nalanda to bring awareness among students at the Osmania University, the professor in Chemistry blamed the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development for forcing changes in the functioning of IIT right from conducting entrance test under the pretext of reducing stress on students.

He said in the seminar that the lowest percentage in chemistry of the qualifying students of IIT would not be more than 30 per cent while the maximum percentage students could get in the entrance will 55 per cent. It signals only students who are strong in fundamentals could only excel.

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