🔥 JEE Main 2020 | 82 percent of the candidates appeared on the third day of the exam, the Ministry of Education published the data, about 3.43 lakh candidates gave the exam within 3 days, from 82 percent of the candidates appeared on the third day of the exam, the Ministry of Education published the data, about 3.43 Lakh candidates took the exam in 3 days.
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- On the first day of the exam, i. H. On Tuesday, 54.67 percent of the candidates appeared in the architecture and planning exam.
- More than 8.5 lakh candidates have signed up for admission to engineering courses in IIT, NIT and CFTI this year
On Thursday, around 82 percent of the candidates showed up for the exam on the third day of JEE Main. According to the Ministry of Education, the technical entrance exam on Thursday was 82.14 percent, while it was 81.08 percent on Wednesday. Simultaneously appeared on the first day of the exam, i. H. On Tuesday, 54.67 percent of candidates for the Bachelor in Architecture and Planning. According to the number of visitors, around 3.43 lakh candidates showed up for the exam in three days.
This year around 8.5 lakh candidates have registered
Over 8.5 lakh candidates have signed up for the exam for admission to engineering courses at the IIT, NIT and CFTI this year. At the same time, JEE Main, which was postponed twice due to Corona, was launched across the country from September 1st. In view of the exam, the governments of Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have also arranged free transportation for the candidates. In addition, a group of IIT alumni has set up a portal to enable candidates in need to be transported to the examination centers.
Approval takes place in 23 IITs in the country
A petition against the exam was filed with the Supreme Court by the students demanding the suspension of JEE and NEET. The order in which the test was to be carried out was then determined according to the schedule. Following the court’s decision, the NTA conducted the review in accordance with guidelines issued by the government. Based on the results of JEE-Mains Paper 1 and Paper 2, the best 2.45-Lakh candidates qualify for the JEE-Advanced exam. The exam gives selected candidates admission to 23 major IITs in the country.