Safety Tips for Students on JEE Main Exam Day
Safety Tips for Students on JEE Main Exam Day- National Testing Agency (NTA) will now conduct the JEE Main 2020 from July 18 to 23. Now, when the exam dates are declared, students are not only worried about their preparations but also about their safety on the exam day in this COVID-19 situation. So, students must keep in mind some tips to ensure their safety on JEE Main 2020 exam day. In order to know about important safety tips for students on the exam day and other related questions, Careers360 team conducted a live interview with NTA Director, Vineet Joshi. Read the full article to know about the safety tips for students on JEE Main 2020 exam day.
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Safety Tips for Students on JEE Main Exam Day
NTA Director Vineet Joshi highlighted some of the safety tips that students should take care of on the exam day. These are mentioned below-
Follow the guidelines- Students must follow all the guidelines given by the instructors at the exam centre. Students should stand in proper lines and proper distance as guided by the instructors on the centre. Following all the given guidelines will ensure the safety of students.
Try to maintain Social Distancing- Along with following the guidelines given at the centre, students should themselves try to maintain social distancing. They should avoid standing in large groups and crowding at the exam centre gates.
Parents should avoid staying at the exam centres- Most of parents come to the JEE Main exam centres in order to drop their children and also stay at the centres till the end of the examination. Parents are advised to avoid coming to the exam centres with the students if it is not very necessary. If parents come to exam centres, they should avoid staying at the centre and increase crowding at the centre.
What Safety measures NTA will be taking on the exam day?
The NTA Director said that proper safety of students will be ensured at the exam centres and various measures will be taken to ensure the safety. Some of the measures mentioned by him are-
Increasing Exam Centres- NTA is trying to contact more and more schools and centres with an aim to increase the number of exam centres for the JEE Main 2020 April session exam. Increasing exam centres will decrease the number of students at an exam centre and will make it easy to practice social distancing.
Phased Entry- Phased entry of candidates will be done at the exam centres. It means all the candidates will not enter the centre at the same time, the authorities will divide the entry in different slots.
Distance between seats- The exam centre authorities will ensure proper distance between the seats of the candidates in the exam centre in order to maintain social distancing norms.
Proper Sanitization- Proper sanitization of the exam centres will be ensured before the exam day. This will increase safety of students at the centres.
Barricading- The exam centre authorities will also do barricading at the exam centres to stop parents at a distance from the centre and to avoid crowding at the centre.
Other than this, NTA will be trying to provide the nearest exam centre to the students in order to avoid travelling on the part of students.
Questions related to JEE Main
How I can study jee mains and advanced exams within 5 months from starting onwards
If you prepare sincerely in 5 months you can get a seat in IIT by following the below guidelines
1. Plan your study well
2. Choose the right book to study. (Don't ignore NCERT books)
3. Join a Test series of any major classes like Allen or Akash. Doesn't matter which test series you take but try to solve as many sample papers.
4. Practice is the key. Practice as many problems as you can.
5. Cut off your distractions and have a disciplined life for these five months.
You can refer the below link to know more
can I get admission in jadavpur university Kolkata through the result of jee mains ????
No, Jadavpur University, Kolkata doesn't accept JEE main score for admission to undergraduate Engineering courses. It accepts WBJEE score and the admission is based on merit in WBJEE. The eligibility criteria is that a candidate must have passed 10+2 with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Computer Science/Computer Application from a recognised board. Candidates belonging to general category must have scored 45% marks and for reserved categories it is 40% marks. Candidates must have passed in English with at least 30% marks\.
got 95.6 percentile in JEE mains 2020 but got less than 75 percent in board. which college and branch can l get in for btech?
You can apply for good private universities or institutes who are taking their own entrance exam and having their own admission criteria like:
MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY
BML MUNJAL UNIVERSITY
SRM UNIVERSITY etc
You can also try for state level counselling for engineering admission.
IILM UNIVERSITY,GURUGRAM is offering B.tech in computer Science and Information Technology with contemporary computing areas like:
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Internet of Things (IoT)
i am a JEE ASPIRANT although I am good at concepts in mathematics I amnt good at solving problems , I need to solve in a level wise I mean the hardness level can u suggest me some good books ..so that I a can download it if possible plz send me link to download, this would help
can I get 99+% in jee mains if I start from preparing for it from class 12 and as well as my class 11 is also not that much good...... if I can...how !??
Yes..you can..Everything is possible if one puts hardwork and determination for the goal.
Now coming to the practical process, since you have mentioned that your class 11th is weak,so i am assuming that didn't pay much attention to your studies in class 11th.Beforebgoing further into the preparation the first and foremost thing you need to do is to go back into the chapters of class 11th and study what you have missed because getting good score in JEE, you basic concepts and understanding should be very clear.Give 2 months to the class 11th portion and complete it full-fledged. After that you will be set for class 12th, now start with NCERTs and then move to the standard books.
Divide time equally for every subject or based on your preference.Devote 10-12 hours daily and note that daily means everyday because consistency is the key..you can take 1 days off after 6 days of dedicated studying.
After completing 50% syllabus, start solving previous year JEE question papers and jot down your weak and strong areas and work on it accordingly.
After completing the syllabus,give lot of mock tests honestly and analyze them afterwards.
Be positive during the preparation and take care of your mental and physical health.
Be honest with yourself and give your best everyday.