The Joint Entrance Examination Main 2021 has announced the designated exam centers across the country. The examination will be held in two shifts from 23rd February to 26 February. JEE is a national-level entrance test where students across the country appear for this examination. This is the test to take admission in engineering programs. The examination will be based on the multiple-choice questions in the online mode. The candidate has to visit the examination center to take this exam. The National Testing Agency has opened the website for the candidates to download the JEE Mains Admit Card. The Admit will not be sent to the candidate. They can easily download it from the official website i.e. jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Students can visit the official website and login to check the Admit Card. They are required to fill in their JEE Mains application numbers and date of birth. The JEE Mains has made it compulsory to take a self-declaration regarding the COVID-19. The candidate has to take the admit card to the examination hall with a photograph attached to it. They are instructed to put their left-hand thumb impression and the signature of their parents to the examination center. The examination will be conducted in two slots as they have two exams, the first is BArch and the Second is BPlanning. The first slots will be from 9 am to 12 noon on 23rd February.
The second slot will be from 3 pm to 6 pm on the same day. The BArch contains the 400 marks for Mathematics, Aptitude ad Drawing section. The JEE Mains BPlanning contains the 400 marks for the questions from Mathematics, Aptitude, and planning-based questions. Students are instructed to take the admit card to the examination center. They need to reach before an hour starting the examination. They need to carry valid ID proof such as Aadhar Card or Pan Card with a photograph attached to it. Students are strictly instructed to wear a face mask and carry a sanitizer to the examination center.
The lab numbers and roll number list will not be displayed outside the examination hall. They will not be allowed to ask for sanitizer in between the test. Before and after each examination shift, the examination hall will be sanitized including the computers. Candidates are advised to maintain at least five feet distance from each other. As per the rules, the seating arrangement will also have a gap in between. The NTA will conduct this examination around 392 cities. The answer key will be released soon after the conclusion of the examination. Candidates can check it on the same official website. To know more about this article stay connected to us.