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JEE Advanced Dress Code 2018: For the first time in the short yet dynamic history of JEE Advanced, the examination is being conducted in online mode. Along with many changes in the exam pattern and more, the applicants have also been bombarded with a list of do’s and dont’s by the authorities of JEE Advanced. A list of items have been shortlisted which is prohibited in the examination venue. A dress code for JEE Advanced 2018 has also been released which consists of what the candidates can or cannot wear for the examination. JEE Advanced 2018 dress code offers a detailed information to the candidates so that they face no problems while reporting at the centre on the examination day.
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JEE Advanced 2018 will be held on May 20. Both Paper I and Paper II will be conducted on the same day by IIT Kanpur. Over 164822 eligible candidates have registered for JEE Advanced 2018 examination.
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The dress code of JEE Advanced 2018 lays down the details of what the candidates should wear and avoid on the examination day. This will save the candidates a lot of hassle and will ensure that the candidates will be able to smoothly glide through the tough security checks which will be present at the exam centres. JEE Advanced 2018 dress code is divided according to male and female candidates.
JEE Advanced 2018 Dress Code for Male Candidates
Male candidates of JEE Advanced 2018 are advised to go through and keep the following dress code in mind while appearing for the examination:
Accessories such as rings, bracelet and charm/tabeez will not be allowed by the authorities.
The candidates are advised not to wear clothes with full sleeves or big buttons.
Open footwear such as chappals and sandals should be worn by the candidates.
Simple analog watches can be worn.
JEE Advanced Dress Code 2018 for Female Candidates
Similarly, female candidates are also restricted from wearing some particular items while reporting at the examination venue. The dress code of JEE Advanced 2018 for female candidates are:
The candidates should refrain from wearing metal based accessories such as charm/tabeez, ring, bracelet, earrings, nose pin, chain/necklace, pendants, badge, brooch and hair pin.
The clothes worn by the female candidates should not be full sleeves and big buttons should be avoided at any cost.
Chappals and sandals should be worn by the female candidates.
The candidates should avoid fancy watches and wear simple analog watches.
General Items to be avoided for JEE Advanced 2018
The following items will not be allowed inside the JEE Advanced 2018 exam centres. Therefore, the candidates are advised not to bring any of the listed items:
Abacus/Log Books/Geometry Box
Health band or any other culator
Items allowed to be taken inside JEE Advanced 2018 Exam Centre
Candidates will be allowed to take only the following items into the examination centre of JEE Advanced 2018:
Photo ID Proof (Aadhaar Card, School/College ID, Driving License, Voter ID, Passport and PAN Card)
Simple Analog Watch
It is important for the candidates to take the dress code of JEE Advanced 2018 released by IIT Kanpur seriously. This will ensure that the candidates will not face any problem during the frisking process and be able to attempt the examination without any problems. Since the security for JEE Advanced 2018 will be strict and tight, it is best advised for the candidates to check and follow the given guidelines. All the best!
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