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Two twin brothers who came to give JEE Main Exam were stopped from giving the exam. For this, it was argued that his photograph has been used in two application forms.
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A surprising case has come to the fore regarding the JEE Main exam. Two twin brothers in Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur JEE Main Exam Had to give However, just two days before the exam, he came to know that he would not be able to appear in the exam. Reasons for not allowing to appear in the examination were also given. But the logic on the basis of which the twin brothers were stopped from giving the exam was very surprising. Actually, the admit cards of both the brothers were not issued. It is said that this has been done because he has photographs/details in more than one online application form.
The thing to note here is that both the twin brothers got this information through email. In the email received by both the brothers, it was said that their admit cards have been withheld on the basis of ‘suspicious credentials’. The names of these two brothers are Aditya Sharma and Anurag Sharma, who are non-identical twins. Due to the e-mail received by both the brothers, they could not appear in the exam.
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NTA did not give clarification
At the same time, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has allegedly not yet given any clarification in this matter. The father of the twin brothers is Jignesh Sharma, an officer of the Indian Forest Service. He reached Rajasthan’s capital Jaipur on 23 January with his sons. His wife was also with him. Jignesh Sharma had come to Jaipur to get his sons an exam. But he was unaware that his son would not be able to appear for the exam as his admit card had not been issued.
Jignesh Sharma said, ‘While filling their (twin brothers) application form, both my sons had given information about their twins through a declaration.’ He alleged that when he called the NTA helpline to lodge a complaint regarding the admit card, but no one picked up his call.
All the information given in the form
Presently posted as Forest Officer in Banswara, Jignesh told that while filling the application form, complete information was given including the 10th class board roll number. After depositing the application fee, they were also issued form numbers as confirmation. He said that on January 23, at 8.30 pm, both of them received an email that their admit cards have been withheld.
The father of the twin brothers said, ‘They were asked to give an explanation, which was immediately sent by email along with supporting documents. I also tweeted on this many times and tagged NTA, but there was no response. My sons are in shock now.
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