NTA JEE Main Exam Schedule 2021 for Joint Entrance Examination. Union MHRD Minister announced the National Testing Agency, NTA Exam Schedule. NTA would now conduct JEE Mains 4 times a year. The National Testing Agency, NTA exam schedule has been announced for Joint Entrance Examination Mains (JEE Mains).
JEE Mains will conduct twice in a year now, in the months of January and April. Aspirants may appear for one or both as per their choice. JEE Mains, which was taken in online mode by around 2.5 lakh candidates, will go fully computer-based, under NTA.
Every student will get the opportunity to attempt the examinations twice to avoid drop-year cases, which could have been due to any unavoidable circumstances like an accident or sickness/disease. Students will be able to go practice mock tests from August-end at examination centres, free of cost. The results will be able to be processed faster and more efficiently. Major examination reform, NTA, is now operational.
The final schedule for the Joint Entrance Main (JEE Main) examination released by the Union Human Resource Development Ministry. The first JEE Main examination will be conducted in January and the second examination in April. The ministry had decided that the examinations will be conducted twice a year. The Joint Entrance Examination, JEE Main Exam Dates 2021, is likely to be released soon by the National Testing Agency.
JEE Main 2021 Exam Dates for April & May Session
|Name of the event||Dates|
|JEE Main April session 3 Exam Date||July 20 to July 27, 2021|
|JEE Main May session 4 Exam Date||August 26, 27, 31, 2021 and September 1 and 2, 2021|
|JEE Main Session 3 Application filling||July 6 to July 8, 2021|
|JEE Main Session 4 Application filling||Jul 9 to July 12, 2021|
NTA JEE Main Exam Schedule 2021 (March Session)
|JEE Main 2021 Registration Begins||02.03.2021|
|The last date to apply online on jeemain.nic.in||06.03.2021|
|Download JEE Main 2021 January Admit Cards||08-03-2021|
|Exam Dates||15 to 18.03.2021|
|Declaration of Result||Date shall be displayed|
National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to begin the application process for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main for admission to undergraduate engineering and architecture colleges across the country. Candidates can apply for the same at jeemain.nic.in or nta.ac.in.
The JEE Main will be mandatory for foreign-nationals seeking admissions to NITs, IIITs and other government-funded engineering colleges in India. The first session will be held in January and second in April.
JEE Main April 2019 has two papers,
Paper-1 (BE /B Tech) and
Paper-2 (B.Arch. /B.Planning).
Candidates may take Paper-1 (B E /B Tech) or Paper-2 (B Arch /B.Planning.) or both as per the course(s) they are seeking admission to.
JEE Main Multiple exam dates: In another significant change, these exams will be held over many days and students will have the option to choose a date. Moreover, if a student appears for the JEE (Main) twice, the best of his/ her two scores will be taken into account.
JEE Main Exam Eligibility criteria: A score of at least 75 per cent in class 12 board exams or a place among the top 20 percentile of the Boards is required to be eligible for JEE main or advanced. For candidates of the SC and ST categories, this has been lowered to 65 per cent.
Clearing the JEE mains and advanced papers will make candidates eligible for admission to Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch) courses at Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) across India.
The JEE (Advanced) will continue to be conducted by the IITs. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main), for undergraduate admission into various engineering colleges, will be held in January and April. In another significant change, these exams will be held over many days, and students will have the option to choose a date. Moreover, if a student appears for the JEE (Main) and NEET both times, the best of his/ her two scores will be taken into account.
The main feature is that students will not lose one year because there will be two examinations before admission. He/ she can appear in either of the two, or both. The best score will be taken into account for the result. The government said the move was meant to give students more choice and reduce stress due to “single exam conducted on one single day in the year”. This will give more chances to students, thereby giving adequate opportunity to bring out his/ her best.
All the tests will be computer-based, and practice modules will be made available on the NTA website. For instance, the modules for next year’s exams will be out by August. The exams will be more secure and at par with international norms. There will be no issues of leakage and it would be more student-friendly, open, scientific., The syllabus, question format, language and fees for the exams would remain unchanged.
JEE Main is being held as an entrance examination for admission to engineering courses and as also a screening test for JEE Advanced, its scores have been used for admission in institutes like IITs and NITs. NEET is a national level medical entrance examination and its scores have been used for admission in medical and allied courses across the country.
Standard of the exams: Under NTA, these exams will be more secure and at par with international norms, claimed the minister. There will be no issues of leakage and it would be more student-friendly, open, scientific and a leak-proof system.
NTA is expected to bring in a qualitative difference in the examination process by its focus on research and scientific test design using services of Experts, Researchers, Statisticians, Psychometricians, Test Item Writers and Education Specialists.
The item writers would be trained to ensure that the quality of questions is as per the test design. The experts, statisticians and item writers/subject matter experts are already identified for being inducted into NTA. The new system will be student-friendly, fair, transparent and flexible.
Preparation: The NTA would benefit the students and they would have the option of going to computer centres from August-end to practise for the exams. The tests would be computer-based. The exams would be held over a span of four-five days and students would have the option of choosing the dates, the minister said.
Syllabus: The syllabus, question formats, language and fees for the NEET, JEE Main and NET exams would not be changed. The time table of the exams to be conducted by NTA would be uploaded on the ministry’s website.
The same preparation.. four possibilities: JEE Main 2021 – Success with the right plan: Writing for admissions in NIT and IIIT has opened the JEE Main competition. JEE 2021 Main Online Exam Schedule has been released taking into account the status of various state students who have completed / have not yet completed the syllabus.
The Entrance test will be conducted in the months of February, March, April and May in the new year. How to plan for this? Take a look at the expert instructions.
Key changes have been made in the computer based JEE Main written test. The number of questions in the question papers will be increased and for the first time a choice will be given in a national entrance examination. In addition, the test can be written in the mother tongue.
Only the state internal engineering-entrance exams have so far allowed students to write in their mother tongue. For the first time, JEE will be conducted in English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Punjabi, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Odisha and Urdu.
However the language chosen by the student to write the test must be specified in advance at the time of application completion. It cannot be changed later. Students who are preparing to take the test in the regional languages must take the test in the state itself.
That is .. Those who want to write the exam in Telugu should write in Andhra Pradesh / Telangana. Those who want to write in English / Hindi mediums can write from anywhere. Given the opportunity for national competitions in regional languages, this can be considered a really good opportunity for rural students.
The pattern of questions and marks: Each subject has two sections- A, B. All Section-A questions are in multiple choice format. 4 marks for each question. Each wrong answer carries -1 mark. The answers to all the questions must be identified. Section-Below Numerical Questions. 4 marks for each question. Find the answers to any five of the ten questions given. There are no negative marks for wrong answer. Zero marks for unanswered and set for reconsideration. There will be a total of 75 questions at the rate of 25 questions from each subject for a total of 300 marks.
Things to look out for in Paper 2A (B.Arch) exam: The first 20 multiple choice questions in Maths are similar to those in Paper-1. All rights reserved. The remaining ten are numerical questions. Any five of them have to be answered.
4 marks for each question. -1 mark for writing incorrect answer to any of the multiple choice questions. Numerical ones do not have a negative mark. The correct answer to the multiple choice questions in Part-2 is 4 marks and the wrong answer is -1 mark. These have no choice. 100 marks for both the questions in Part-3. There are no negative marks here.
In Paper 2b (B. Planning): 4 marks for each question. The first 20 multiple choice questions in Part-1. The remaining 10 are numerical. There will be no negative marks for these ten questions. Any five of these have to be answered.
Each question written incorrectly in ‣ Part 2-2, 3 will get -1 mark. Those whose answer is not recognized and placed for reconsideration will have a zero mark.
What should the first phase plan look like?: If you follow the following guidelines over the next 50 days, you can get amazing results in the first installment.
Highlights in Mathematics:
- Sets, Relations, Reasoning
- Matrices, Determinants, Linear Equations
- Quadratic Equations
- Binominal Theorem
- Limits, continuity and diversity
- Definite Integrations
- Differential Equations
- Monotonicity and Mean Value Themes
- Conic sections
- dot and cross product
- Planes and Lines
Highlights in Physics:
- Elasticity, viscosity and surface tension
- Newton’s Law of Motion
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Static and Current Electricity
- Modern Physics
- Experimental Physics
- Circular Motion and Rotational Dynamics
Highlights in Chemistry:
- Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structures
- Chemical Equilibrium
- Hydrogen and its compounds
- General Organic Chemistry
- P Block Group 15, 16, 17, 18
- D, F Black
- Chemistry in Every Day Life
- Organic Compounds Containing H, O, N.
- It is better to write topic wise tests from the above chapters in each subject.
- The subject can be revised twice in the next 50 days even if the subject is allotted at least 3 hours a day.
- Write a mock test on the chapters in the three subjects prepared for the weekend.
- All the questions in the ‣ 2019, 2020 JEE Main question papers should be practiced.
- నMake notes with special points on difficult and memorable topics in the above chapters.
- Must master the timing required to be placed on the subjects in the examination. Be prepared to practice more questions in less time.
- It is better to write more mocktests. Do not forget about the negative marks.
There are no negative marks for the Numerical questions in Section Bill. There is a choice so try to figure out the answer to everything as much as possible.
Practice all these things thoroughly and write well the first installment of JEE Mains to be held in February 2021. Do not cringe if you can not write properly. Will there be 3 more chances? Maximum marks are a fact if you go ahead with constructive ideas while assessing the situation at that time without taking the exams lightly!
Telugu medium students .. Here are the instructions!
Practice every line in the Telugu Academy book imagining it as a multiple choice question. Take care of physics and chemistry in particular.
Make special notes for this. Sentences with words like why, what, how, however, etc. from each paragraph in the book in each chapter should be used as a multiple choice question or as a question to fill in the blanks.
More attention should be paid to the chemical and physical aspects of the launch lamp.
15 year old EAMCET question papers in Telugu medium should be practiced. If possible the multiple choice questions should be converted into numerical questions and practiced.
The NTA Board must practice the sample questionnaires they have placed on the website. No need to get 300 marks for 300. But your practice should be at least beyond 120 marks.
Telugu Academy Emcee Guide should be thoroughly practiced.
Although a little difficult at first, write the first installment February exam. So that the question level and language pattern are known.
If the first installment is not written properly, there may be 3 more installment tests. Go forward with confidence to increase your efficiency every time!
What is the benefit with the changes?: It must be said that this JEE Main 2021 statement gave clarity to the student who was dull until yesterday. Because a student can write as many as four times. Also, only the percentage of marks obtained through higher marks will be taken into account. So it is very useful for the student.
In addition to this exam, it is the duty of every student to prepare for their Intermediate Board exams. Board examinations are usually held in March and April. It is imperative to take advantage of the final installment test that these perform at the end.
JEE Main has become a staple for those who want to get admission in a good engineering company after Intermediate in the Kovid Crisis. For those who are a little tired of the stereo-typed name-calling, this is a great place to start.
In the case of JEE Main 2020, he somehow managed to get out of the 11th and 12th class syllabus by completing 98% of the lockdown before completing the offline classes and completing the rest of the instrument online. But in the case of JEE Main 2021, not all colleges and coaching centers across the country are able to conduct completely offline classes. In addition, all 12th graders listened to online classes. Performing four times like that gives a lot of morale.
Generally all national competitions are conducted in English or Hindi. As a result, the competition was a boon for many students in public schools pursuing intermediate education in their mother tongue.
Under the new system, the exam will be conducted in 11 regional languages, including English and Hindi, so that students studying in their mother tongue will also be able to realize their dreams.