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Is The Government of India Considering Single Entrance Exam for all engineering institutes soon? 

In one of the most revolutionary moves in the recent time that may soon change the way engineering aspirants take the entrance exam, all engineering aspirants may appear for just single entrance exam from 2015. The Government of India is considering this change in line with the all-India medical entrance test.

Although the government has approved the idea, Human Resource Development ministry is yet to give the system green signal after a discussion with consulting stakeholders including several IIT colleges in India

The idea is to help engineering aspirants focus on single entrance exam instead of many.

“This new system has been designed keeping in mind that the students will make more effort in preparing instead losing time travelling around the country to sit in many entrance exams. With the onset of the common entrance exam, the most popular Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) or for state level engineering entrance exams will be scrapped,” said a senior official in the HRD ministry.

Kapil Sibal has introduced the same idea first in 2012.

“Candidates aspiring for IIT admission and in other central institutes, such as National Institute of Technology (NIT) and Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) will have to sit for a common entrance test which will also take their higher secondary board results into consideration,” he had said to the media way back in 2012.  
The idea proposed by Kapil Sibal was strongly opposed by IITs.
CBSE conducts Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for IITs, NITs, IIITs, other centrally funded technical institutions besides institutions funded by participating state governments.


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