JEE Main 2021 (March Session Live Updates)

JEE Main 2021 Exam Live Updates: The Joint Entrance Examination for the March session has been started. The exams have been started. Candidates have entered the exam hall. The exam dates for the March session has been revised. The exam will take place on 16th, 17th, and 18th March 2021. On, the first day, the exam is taking place for B.Tech and B.E applicants. The NTA has issued COVID-19 guidelines and exam guidelines for the students. Hence, the aspirant has to follow these exam guidelines and must bring all the necessary documents to the exam hall.

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JEE Main 2021 (18th March 2021 Exam Live Updates)

Here, the students can check the live updates about the student’s reaction, and feedback of the question paper. Students can check JEE Exam Analysis once the exam shift is over.

  • The second shift exam of 18th March 202 is now over. Students have come out of the exam hall.
  • COVID-19 precautions were followed by the students and staffs. Wearing masks was compulsory.
  • The exam analysis and questions will be available soon.

JEE Main 2021 (17th March 2021 Exam Live Updates)

Here, the aspirants can check all the live update details including the reaction and feedback of the question paper. Applicants can check JEE Exam Analysis (available) once the exam shift is over.

  • B.Tech 1st Shift Paper Over.
  • Wearing masks is mandatory for all.
  • B.Arch and B. Planning will take place in May.

JEE Main 2021 (16th March 2021 Exam Live Updates)

  • B.Tech 2nd Shift Paper over.
  • Wearing masks is mandatory for all students and staff members.
  • The exams for B.Arch and B. Planning is not held in March. It will take place in May and was already held in February.
  • The exam is being conducted at 852 centres located in 331 cities throughout the country and abroad.
  • Earlier, the exam was scheduled for four days (15th to 18th March 2021), but now the exam is being held from 16th to 18th March 2021.

JEE Main 2021 (February Session Live Updates)

JEE Main 2021 Exam Live Updates: The Joint Entrance Examination for the February session has been started. The exam has been started. Students have entered the exam hall. The exam dates of jeemain February is 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th February 2021. On the first day, jee main is held for the architecture and planning aspirants. The NTA has issued COVID-19 guidelines and exam day instructions. Hence, the aspirant has to follow these exam guidelines and must bring all the necessary documents to the exam hall.

This year, the jee entrance test will take place 4 times – Feb, March, April, and May in two shifts/per day. The exam dates for B.Tech aspirants begin on 24th February 2021.

JEE Main 2021 (25th February 2021 Exam Live Updates)

Here, the aspirants can check all the live update details including the reaction and feedback of the question paper. It is expected that the jee main result will be declared by 7th March 2021. However, the final ranks will be declared only after all four attempts of JEE Main 2021 are over and the best of their 2021 NTA scores will be considered for the ranking. Applicants can check JEE Exam Analysis (available).

B.Tech 1st Shift Paper started at 9 AM

JEE Main 2021 (24th February 2021 Exam Live Updates)

  • Overall maths was the toughest among all the sections and thus it could be a deciding factor.
  • The chemistry was also slightly tougher.
  • B. Tech paper (1st shift) ended at  6 PM.
  • NTA JEE Main B.Tech Exam will take place at 828 exam centres. Out of the total 6,52,627 candidates 1,97,771 are female candidates and 4,54,852 male.
  • The exam is taking place in 13 languages for the 1st time. Languages are Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Urdu, Odia, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Bengali, Assamese, and Gujarati languages, besides English and Hindi.
  • Students who have opted for regional or Hindi language would get a lingual paper and questions would also be available in English. Also, the regional language option is available only at examination centres in respective States.

 

JEE Main 2021 (23rd February 2021 Exam Live Updates)

  • JEE Man February Question Paper (unofficial, solved) is now available. Candidates can check now.
  • As per the NTA guidelines, the seats, workstations, and keyboard are being sanitised before the next shift starts.
  • Around 60, 443 candidates have opted to write the B.Arch paper in English. 993 candidates have chosen to write in Hindi, and 1629 candidates have chosen to write the paper in other languages.
  • Around 31,965 females and 31,100 male candidates have registered to appear in BArch and B. Planning held on 23rd Feb 2021.
  • For the first session, 6,09,889 candidates have chosen to write the paper in English. 22,758 have chosen to write the answers in Hindi, and 19,980 have chosen to answer in other languages (Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu).
  • A total of 6,61,776 students have registered for JEE Main 2021 this year.
  • The entrance test is conducted in 331 cities including 10 outside India in Bahrain, Colombo, Doha, Dubai, Kathmandu, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah, Singapore and Kuwait.
  • Paper 2 (BArch, B. Planning) at 437 exam centres. Check JEE Main February Exam analysis

Things Allowed In The Jee Main Exam

The candidates have to carry the following items to the exam centre-

  • NTA JEE Admit Card
  • Self-declaration undertaking form (filled and unsigned)
  • passport size photograph
  • transparent ballpoint pen and water bottle
  • valid photo id proof
  • hand sanitiser
  • PWD certificate (if applicable)
  • Food items for diabetic students such as fruits

JEE Main Dress Code and Exam Guidelines

The NTA has issued guidelines on jee main dress code. Some of the strict rules for jee main dress code is-

  • The students are not allowed to wear footwear with thick soles or heels. Shoes with thin soles are allowed.
  • Candidates must wear something which has less or no buttons. The neckline must be simple and must not have any pockets or embellishment.
  • If the student is wearing any traditional/religion clothing, then he/she must reach the centre a little before the reporting time.
  • No accessories such as jewellery, sunglasses are not allowed in the exam. Also, the students must maintain social distancing and wear masks all the time. They must carry their own sanitiser.

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