How JEE Main April 2020 exam will be affected by COVID-19?
COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus, has hugely affected the entire world including India. At present, India has more than 1500 positive cases of coronavirus and the numbers are increasing every hour. This widespread outbreak of the virus has led to closure of schools, colleges and postponement of various exams. JEE Main is one of those exams which have been affected due to COVID-19. The National Testing Agency has announced to postpone JEE Main 2020 up to May last week which was scheduled to be conducted on April 5, 7, 8, 9 and 11. National Testing Agency will announce the new JEE Main 2020 exam dates after viewing the situation thereon.
Effect of Coronavirus outbreak on JEE Main 2020
As the exam has already been postponed, the entire schedule for the JEE Main 2020 April session exam will be changed. JEE Main admit card which was to be released on March 20 is likely to be released after April 15. Similarly, JEE Main answer key dates, result dates, counselling dates all will be changed according to the new schedule.
Is it possible that JEE Main 2020 will be conducted through homes and not exam centres?
As the situation is getting alarming day by day, there are speculations that if JEE Main 2020 can be conducted through homes. JEE Main is already a computer-based exam and in the worst scenario it can be one of the courses of action by the authorities so that the candidates can attempt their tests from their homes. However, this can be only possible if no other solution is left with the authorities.
Can JEE Main 2020 April session be cancelled?
This is almost not possible that the exam gets cancelled. The effect of coronavirus is increasing but the Indian government is taking proper steps to bring the situation under control. So, it is not possible that the exam gets cancelled. However, we just can’t deny any possibility.
How can candidates make their JEE Main preparation strong in this self-isolation time?
Candidates preparing for the JEE Main 2020 can consider this self-isolation time as extra time allotted to them to prepare for the exam. Candidates can utilise this time to give final touch to their preparations. Some of the last minute tips are given below-
Attempt Mock test and Sample Papers- Candidates should attempt more and more mock tests and sample papers. This will open them to new types of questions daily and in addition to this, they will also have an idea of how prepared they are, what mistakes they are making and can work upon it.
Prepare Short notes/ Flash cards- In this extra time, candidates can prepare short notes or flashcards for important formulas, concepts, topics and revise them time to time. These short notes will help them memorise important things.
Revision is the key- Revision is the most important thing that a candidate should do at this time. Candidates should revise whatever they have studied earlier.
Do not Panic- It is important that you do not lose your cool or panic at the last moment. Stay calm and composed and do not take any kind of stress.
Candidates must note that success comes only to those who utilise every single opportunity and leave no stone unturned. So, utilise this additional time and ace JEE Main 2020.
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jeemain holds our biometric data till next year??
It is not just for one year but it will store the data in its Archives using the technology for a considerable period of time. This is important because if there is any misinterpretation of results, NTA can pull up this data and verify the facts. While it is not clear as how long does NTA hold the biometric data, certainly it is more than 1 year.
I got 750 out of 1000 in 11+12 am I eligible for jee
There is no such rule that only after scoring 750 you will be eligible for joint entrance examination (JEE) main. To be eligible to give joint entrance examination (JEE) main a candidate needs to qualify 10+2 level or Candidate appearing in class 12 or equivalent qualifying exam in 2020 can also apply for JEE Main. Please click the below link to know more.
How many percentile needs for BE Computer Engineering admission in Vit pune Engineering college and AISSM ENGINEERING COLLEGE PUNE.DY.PATIL ENGINEERING COLLEGE AKURDI .DY.PATIL ENGINEERING COLLEGE SANT TUKRAM NAGAR PIMPRI PUNE Through JEE MAIN.
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VIT Pune , cut off ranks and score of last year for BE Computer Science & Engineering is , 20209 (Rank) and 150 (score) .
All India Shri Shivaji Memorial Society's College of Engineering , cut off ranks and score of last year for BE Computer Science & Engineering is , 49082 (Rank) and 81(score).
D Y Patil College of Engineering cut off ranks and score of last year for BE Computer Science & Engineering is , 52781 (Rank) and 85 (score).
Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute Of Technology Pimpri,Pune , cut off ranks and score of last year for BE Computer Science & Engineering is , 105338 (Rank) and 67 (score).
From these stats you can have a idea of how much rank and score is needed to get in admission in these colleges.
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what i do next after qualifying jee main exam??
Qualifying JEE Mains means you are eligible for giving advance and nothing else . Qualifying JEE Mains is not a permit for getting admission in an NIT because if you qualified and have low rank still you can't get NIT .
So what you can do after qualifying JEE Mains is
- You can register for JEE Advance and then based upon your rank you will get IITs or some other Institute that give admission through JEE Advance .
- If you qualified JEE Mains and have ranks under cutoff of colleges , you can take admission there.
Now what is admission procedure ?
So , here is your answer :-
For admission in IITs , NITs and GFTIs and several other institutes you need to register for JOSSA 2020 counselling and pay the counselling fee and submit copy of documents asked online after that seat allocation held and in that you need to report at the reporting centres along with the real documents whose copies you provided online and others which are asked by them to brought . There you have to accept the seat and then you will pay fee at reporting centre and get admission .
You can check details about counselling procedure here :-