JEE Main 2021,NTA has released the guidelines for the JEE Main 2021 exam. According to that guideline, students have to follow the rules in the exam like which dress code would it be? Cannot use calculator and electronics devices, etc.
The JEE admit card will contain a total of 3 pages. The first page will contain the exam center’s details and the self-declaration (undertaking) form related to the COVID-19.
The second page will have the “important instruction for the candidate.” The third page will contain the advisory for the candidates related to the COVID-19. The candidates must download all three pages.
The February session’s JEE Main 2021 exam has been scheduled for 2021. The candidates must carry their admit cards with them; otherwise, they will not enter the examination hall.
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The hall ticket of JEE Main 2021 will contain various details such as the name of the candidate, examination centre, date and time of the examination, etc. NTA has devised three multiple links for downloading the JEE Main 2021 Admit Card.
As all three links will be activated simultaneously, more candidates can assess the admit card at one time. There will be two papers in the examination. The 1st paper will be conducted for admissions in the Engineering programs.
The 2nd paper will be conducted for admissions in the Architecture programs. The exam will be conducted in 2 shifts. The morning session will be held from 09:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and the afternoon session will be held from 03:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m.
NTA will also ensure all the candidates’ health and safety by the implementation of adequate measures & safety protocols, according to the guidelines that the Centre has issued due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The candidates must follow all the guidelines very strictly to ensure their and all other candidates’ safety and health.
21 Steps in JEE Main 2021 Exam Guidelines
The candidates will be required to follow the guidelines that have been given below, which has been issued by the authorities to be followed during the exam-
- The candidates must reach the exam centre by the reporting time mentioned on the admit card.
- The candidates will not be allowed to enter the exam centre after the time of gate closing.
- Before the exam ends, no candidate will be allowed to leave the exam hall.
- The candidates must wait for the invigilator’s instructions after the exam ends, and they must not get up from their seats until they are allowed to do so.
- All the candidates must download the instructions and advisory for COVID-19 and must follow it.
- The admit card will be provisional and subject to satisfy the information bulletin/prospectus’ eligibility criteria.
- The candidates must verify the exam centre a day before the exam to avoid any problem to reach the centre on the exam day.
- For checking & mandatory frisking, the candidates must reach the centre of the exam earlier if they need to wear specific attire according to their customs or religion.
- The candidates must carry their admit card and an ID Proof with them at the exam centre.
- The candidates will be allowed only to carry the following items with them at the exam centre:
- Hand Sanitiser (50 ml)
- Transparent water bottle
- A transparent black ballpoint pen
- Admit card with self-declaration (undertaking) printed on A4 size paper and duly filled.
- Mask and Gloves
- Passport size photo for pasting it on the attendance sheet
- A valid ID Proof (original) – Like Aadhar Card,
- The candidates must duly fill all the admit card details and the self-declaration form before reaching the examination center.
- The candidates must carry the PwD Certificate that a competent authority has issued (if applicable).
- For the drawing test, that is, Part-III of B.Arch. Exam, the candidates must carry the required materials, viz. pencils, crayons or color pencils, erasers, and geometry box set. The candidates are not permitted to use watercolor, so they must use either crayons or colored pencils.
- Candidates must not carry any electronic device, mobile phone, or any such material at the examination center.
- No official will be responsible for the safety of the candidate’s belonging, and no such facility will be there at the exam center.
- Garments with big buttons and shoes with thick soles are not allowed.
- The rough sheets will be given to the candidates for rough work in the exam hall itself. The candidates must write their roll number and name on the sheet(s) and drop it in the drop box at the end of the examination; otherwise, their answers might not be evaluated.
- The candidates must not indulge in any unfair means. They will always be under CCTV surveillance and will be equipped with jammers.
- Suppose any candidate finds multiple applications at any stage of the exam. In that case, their candidature will get canceled, and legal action will also be taken against him or them. They will also be debarred from appearing in all the examinations that the National Testing Agency conducts.
- The candidates must keep checking JEE Main‘s updates by visiting the website jeemain.nta.nic.in regularly. They must also keep checking their messages and emails in the registered mobile number and e-mail for any latest updates or information related to the exam.
- For any further details, clarification, or assistance, the candidates can write at [email protected], or they can also call the helpline number, that is, 0120-6895200.