JEE Main 2021 application form has been reopened for the third session (April session) by the NTA from 6th July onwards. Candidates can fill the JEE Main application form by visiting the official website of NTA i.e. www.nta.jeemain.nic.in
After a long delay due to covid19 pandemic and prevailing lockdown situation in the country the JEE Main exam for the remaining sessions was postponed. On Tuesday, Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank” has announced the revised dates for the JEE Main entrance exam for the pending sessions.
JEE Main 2021 New Exam Dates
|Events||JEE April Session||JEE May Session|
|Application window||6-8th July||9-12th July|
|Exam Date||20-25th July||27th July – 2nd August|
Candidates must note that those who have previously filled the jee main 2021 application form can modify their details in this period, as there will be no separate application correction window.
The registration for the April session is open from 6th to 8th July, 2021 and registration window for the JEE Main (May) session will open from 9th to 12th July, 2021. The April session jee main exam will be held from 20th to 25th July while the exams for JEE main May session exam will be held from 27th July to 2nd August.
Also, in the third session the exam will be held only for Paper 2 (BE/B.Tech). For Paper 1 (B.Arch & B.Planning) the exam will be held in the 4th session.
Candidates who have already filled the JEE Mains application form 2021 can edit/modify their details in the application window as there will be no separate window provided for the application form correction.
During the live interaction with the students, the education minister has also said that the No. of exam centres have been doubled and candidates may wish to apply for exam centres change. Also the exam will be held amid strict precaution, said Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
The result date for the 3rd and 4th session will be announced after the exam.
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