Rajiv Kumar, professor of computer science at IIT Kharagpur, has submitted proposal for IIT-JEE reform.Kumar has not suggested 70% marks in class XII as the eligibility condition to appear for IIT-JEE.Kumar has suggested a single examination -- replacing IIT-JEE, AIEEE and all other states' JEEs -- by which a student, after securing a UID card, can have both all-India as well as state rank. A single (all-India level and state level each) merit list should be prepared by which one can seek admission in one of the engineering colleges, including IITs, IISERs, NITs, IIITs, states and others.there should be three sittings of the same examination conducted thrice over a fortnight or a month. An aggregated score over three sittings of the examination should be considered for the final ranking. The single test, Kumar has proposed, should be conducted with four subjects of PCMA (physics, chemistry, mathematics and aptitude) with equal weightage for all the four. There should not be any additional test to test PCMA/PCMB, which is already tested by the single test. The new proposal also says that the curriculum for entrance test should have more stress on the Plus 2 syllabus. He has argued that the skewed marks distribution in IITs is due to the fact that questions are unnecessarily complex; questions do not test much of analytical or conceptual knowledge; questions do not have proper coverage. Therefore, his proposal says, care should be taken on setting correct, unambiguous and within the syllabi Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). It says proper and balanced questions of Plus Two standard should be set. This will reduce dependence on coaching and students will concentrate on the school level examination.