Putting an end to the period of uncertainty for student, the union education minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank announced the new dates for third and fourth session of JEE Mains 2021 Exam.
Both of the third and fourth session were postponed since april-may due to the pandemic situations. Now, as the conditions have began to normalise, the NTA has decided to go on with the conduction of exams.
The official announcement was made by Dr. Nishank in an interactive live session held at 7 PM on July 6. The Education minister also addressed several queries of students and parents related to JEE Mains exam.
updates from this Live session regarding the JEE Mains 2021 Exams are as follows;
- Third session Exam to be held in July
The Third (April) session of JEE Mains 2021 will be conducted between July 20 to 25. The total number of students enrolled for this session till now are 6.08 lakh.
- Fourth session Exam to be held in July-August
The Fourth (May) session Exam will be conducted between July 27 to august 2. This will be the last phase of JEE Mains exam for 2021.
- Registration window reopened
The registration window for JEE Mains has been opened once again for candidates who were left for application previously.
Registrations for third session can be done between July 6 to July 8. While for the Fourth session, same can be done from July 9 to July 12.
- Changes allowed in preference of exam centres
The pre-registered candidates are allowed to make changes in their preference of exam centres and can choose a centre as per their convenience.
- Window opened for corrections in application form
The candidates who are already enrolled for any of the two session can make changes in their particulars submitted earlier in the application form.
The window for making any correction or changes in application form is between July 6 to 8 (For third session) and July 9 to 12 (For fourth session).
- More exam centres and cities added for students
The organising body of JEE Mains, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has increased the number of exam centres and cities to avoid large gathering of students and maintaining COVID appropriate behavior.