JEE Main Photo Correction 2020
JEE Main Photo Correction 2020 – National Testing Agency has opened the JEE Main 2020 photo correction facility for removing discrepancy in images uploaded in the application form. Students whose images are found to be improper are required to upload the fresh images. The changes had to be done by candidates as per the requirement. If the images are not as per the specifications mentioned by the authorities then there are chances of the JEE Main application form getting rejected. For the April session, the application form of JEE Main 2020 was released on February 7 and again opened between May 19 and 24. The facility of photo correction of JEE Main 2020 for January session is open since September 12. Read the full article on JEE Main Photo Correction 2020 to know more details.
Latest: JEE Main 2020 application form correction facility (along with exam centre change) is now available till May 31. JEE Main 2020 admit card to be released tentatively on July 3.
Important: JEE Main 2020 exam dates announced; to be held from July 18 to 23.
How to do the JEE Main April 2020 Application Form Photo Correction?
The given steps can be followed to correct the images uploaded in the application form of JEE Main April 2020:
- Go to the official website of JEE Main 2020 (jeemain.nta.nic.in)
- Click on the image discrepancy link
- After clicking it, candidates were redirected to the login window where they had to enter the JEE Main application form number and chosen password.
- Candidates were able to make the necessary correction and submit.
What action is to be taken in case photograph is not having name and date?
According to the NTA, the name of the candidate and date on which the photograph was taken should be mentioned on the photograph uploaded in JEE Main application form 2020. However, if a candidate missed uploading a photograph that did not carry name and date, he/she need not worry. The examination authorities will not reject the application form and the candidate will be issued admit card for appearing in JEE Main 2020.
Reasons for JEE Main Photo Correction?
- The photo may be blurred
- The image may not be as per specifications
- The background is not acceptable
- The specs worn by the candidate may have shown a red eye
- Signature is not clear
- Signature is in capitals
- Image of signature is not as per specifications
Candidates who have made mistakes in their details can access the correction window.
Candidates will have to log in using their credentials. All changes can be done by the candidates except for the change in exam cities.
The candidates will also be able to make changes in the category and have to pay the balance application fee if their category changed from SC/ST/PWD to general category.
No refund will be made for candidates who making changes from general to SC/ST/PWD category
JEE Main 2020 is being conducted twice a year - the first session was conducted between January 6 to 11. For the April session, the examination will be conducted from July 18 to 23. The exam was earlier scheduled on April 5, 7, 8, 9 and 11 but was postponed due to coronavirus spread.
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Questions related to JEE Main
I have completed my 10th class at "JNV Adilabad" CBSE syllabus. I want to prepare for JEE 2022 to crack IIT. So, suggest me some ways to prepare for JEE 2022.
Follow the below tips to prepare well for your JEE 2022
Go well through the syllabus of JEE , your major focus should be on clearing concepts while completing your syllabus as to get good score in JEE questions , crystal clear concepts
The top books which you can follow for the preparation of your JEE examination to have better concepts and master the subject is provided below:-
Concepts of physics Vol I and II by HC Verma
Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
Objective questions on physics by DC Pandey
Maths XI and XII by RD Sharma
Complete mathematics for JEE Main TMH
New pattern mathematics for JEE mains/advanced by Arihant publications
Ncert Chemistry for class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tondon
Numerical Chemistry by P.Bahadur
Organic chemistry by OP Tondon
Practice questions after finishing each chapter you should practice numericals and mcqs .You should try to practise at least 100 numericals and mcqs in each chapter to master concepts s
Revise your concepts, important formulas etc at regular intervals, like once in a week or 15 days . You can make short notes for quick revision
Make routine or timetable :- you can make a routine as well and try to give at least 8 hours or more to study. You should stress more on your weak subject, your routing should revolve around study practice and revision
Solve previous year questions of JEE , it will let you know the examination pattern so that you can prepare for your exam accordingly
once you are done with the complete syllabus go through mock test papers of JEE
i am preparing for iit jee i am in class 12 i haave completed ncert chemistry class 11 and now completing 12 what else i should do?
You must follow these simple steps:-
1. Check out the syllabus and structure your preparation, made a plan on how you're going to cover the syllabus.
The best thing to help you in this is coaching material from some good institute. They have their material prepared according to the need of the Exam.
2. When the plan is ready,make a schedule. Remember timetable matters a lot for this one year. Be ready to give at least 6 hours per day for the preparation.
3. Solve the questions from question banks and previous year NEET papers.
4. Repeat these steps. Follow --> Learn --> practice.
5. Also keep on revising the stuff every third week. It is also a very crucial step in your preparation.
Here are few links for you:-
Comment if you have any doubts.
how should i prepare for physics i am in class 12 and i want to appear iit jee 2021? i dont want to do hc verma as its very hard for me
As you have plenty of time for JEE 2021 I would suggest you to first go for the NCERT Book for Physics to clear the basic concepts. Once you are clear with your basics, you can go for practicing questions from previous years question papers. You will get an idea about the types of questions. For physics, HC Verma is the very basic book needed for clearing the higher concepts. If you want to score good marks, then you must have practiced from HC Verma. Then only you will be able to solve questions from JEE advanced.
Here's a list of best books for jee mains
Also, you can go for the JEE mains course by Careers360 which will provide 24x7 faculty support, doubt clearing, frequent mock tests and previous year question papers solutions.
Here's the link for that
Hope it helps
is ncert enough for physics iit jee
Akanksha, I would suggest NCERT books for any subjects are not enough for IIT JEE. NCERT books cover all the topics as per the IIT JEE syllabus, but everything is explained in brief. Moreover, a lot of practice on numericals is required for a good rank. I would suggest you to go through your +2 level text books, and Arihant and HC Verma if possible for in depth knowledge on topics and good practice on core problem sums.
I wish you good luck!
if my percentage is less is 12th can i give jee mains for state universities
Since, you haven't mentioned your category. Considering general category, you must have at least 75% in your +2 level board percentage. For SC/ST/PWD, a minimum of 60% is required.
It will depend on your 12th percentage if you are eligible for JEE mains irrespective or state universities or not.
I hope this helps you!