Impact of Reduced Syllabus for JEE Main 2021
Impact of Reduced Syllabus for JEE Main 2021 - Due to COVID-19 or commonly known as Coronavirus, the academic world has been put to a halt. Entrance examinations were delayed which led to the emergence of various doubts and confusion among students especially related to NTA JEE Main, which is one of the biggest entrance exams of this country. With rumours afloat that the syllabus of JEE Main will be reduced, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank clarified that for the next year the students may have to study a reduced syllabus. This will also automatically lead to the reduction of JEE Main syllabus 2021. So what will be the impact of the reduced syllabus for JEE Main 2021? Should the students prepare in a different way for the exam next year? Careers360 got some answers from Prof. Uma Sankar Manchella (All India IIT Coordinator And Senior Maths Lecturer, Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions) from a live session regarding the impact of reduced syllabus for JEE Main 2021.
What will be the impact of reduced JEE Syllabus 2021?
According to Prof. Uma Sankar Manchella, there is no certainty about the impact of the reduced syllabus for JEE Main 2021. Changes may be introduced in 11th and 12th standard syllabus due to the impact brought by the current COVID-19 pandemic but it should not influence the preparation at any level. According to Prof, Uma Sankar Manchella, some changes that may be introduced is reduction of Chemistry syllabus since it consists of much unnecessary topics and leaves the students confused due to its vast number of units and sections.
Although the syllabus of JEE Main might change, Prof. Uma Sankar Manchella believes “there should be no change in the level of preparation for JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The future aspirants need to prepare just like the current students”. So what are the major points that the future aspirants for JEE Main should keep in mind while preparing with the uncertainty of syllabus change? The following points have been suggested that the future applicants can follow to start off their preparation while keeping the impact of reduced syllabus for JEE Main 2021 in mind:
Students should keep referring to the CBSE and NCERT books. The authorities will not divert from these references.
Concentration should be on the present scenario and not on what might happen in the future.
Preparation should be on the same level as the current candidates.
Students should frame the current syllabus as boundaries. They can take in the current syllabus for preparation and when the reduced syllabus is announced, they can simply take out those topics which are no longer required.
There should be no lag in preparation. An early start is important for scoring well in the examination. Students can start their preparation until the exact picture for the future exam is made known in terms of syllabus.
Some Preparation Tips for JEE Main
Refer to NCERT books and also practice 15 year old questions papers
There are chances of previous JEE Advanced questions reappearing as JEE Main questions. Students should practice previous year JEE Advanced objective and numerical value questions too.
Formulas should be remembered and no new concepts should be studied during the final preparation days of the examination.
Flashcards should be prepared so that the students can study anytime anywhere.
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Questions related to JEE Main
I cant able to understand nee Patten of jee main how 300 marks for 90 questions??
Some changes that will be conducted in the new pattern are:
- Four sessions of the exam instead of two. The Paper 1 exam will be held in February, March, April and May. ( BTech students)
- Paper 1 will now consist of 90 questions where 20 questions will be asked in section a and 10 in section b.
- You can answer a total of 75 questions – 20 questions in section a and 5 questions in section b for each subject – Physics, Chemistry, and Maths.
- The question papers will be set in 13 different languages.
In simple words 25 questions of PCM subjects .total questions 90 and you have to attempt only 75 in section A.
Section B which are numerical ones so 10 of each PCM. So you to attempt only five in each subject.
That's why the total is 300 marks and 90 questions.
You know that four marks for correct answer is there right.
Section A will be of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and
Section B will contain Questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value. In Section B, you have to attempt any five questions out of 10. There will be no negative marking for s ection B.
hope this helps!!!!
The JEE main application correction window is open now.I previously filled my form under GENERAL category because I was unaware that uploading the Undertaking for GEN-EWS will work.So now,can I upload the undertaking, since I dont have GEN-EWS certificate now?
Yes, you can apply as general ews candidate for JEE mains and you don't need ews certificate right now but you will have to provide your original and updated ews certificate during the JEE mains counseling and at the time of admission.
Apply for ews certificate with valid documents.You can get the EWS certificate from your local government authority (Tehsil).
I hope this helps.
i paid money for 4 attempts in jee paper 2 whereas it is only been conducted twice will they refund my money?
Yes, any extra money that has been deducted from your account during online payment will be refunded to you within 7-14 days.
If you do not receive after a month then you can drop your concern to NTA and they will look into the matter and you will get the refund.
I hope this helps.
what should be my score and rank in jee mains to secure CS in NIT Trichy
Hello student cut off vary every year on various factors like level of question in examination seats available and total number of applicants in the entrance examination. As per previous year records, considering you as a general candidate it's expected that you need to secure rank around 1350 if you're from other state and around 5300 if you're from home state. I request you to please help me with your category for more exact information.
For more details refer to the link mentioned below - https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-main-cutoff-for-nit-trichy
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt
Do Maharashtra engineering colleges under MHCET also accept JEE test scores?
Yes , Maharashtra engineering colleges under mhcet also accept Jee main score.
Eligibility to appear for mh CET / Jee main
Candidate must have passed xii board with Science stream and having secured minimum 50% in Physics, chemistry and mathematics.
The candidate must have domicile of Maharashtra