🔥 JEE Main 2020 Updates | Students who are unable to take the exam due to infection will be given another chance to take an exam. The result can be published on September 11th Candidates infected with Corona will get another chance. The exam will be held again within 15 days. The result can be published on September 11th
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After the JEE main exam held between Corona, the candidates are now waiting for the result. Recently, the Union Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, announced that the result of the exam will be published soon. Apart from that, when the Minister of Education thanked the candidates who took the JEE main exam, he tweeted: “My heartfelt thanks go to all students and parents who have shown their confidence in the government and on the JEE main exam Apart from that, preparation for the result of the exam has started and the results will be published shortly.
The exam will take place from September 1st to 6th
Students who cannot appear for the exam from September 1st to 6th due to the transition to JEE Main will have another chance to take the exam. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct this candidate exam itself in September. However, the same candidates who were infected with a corona between September 1st and 6th can be included.
The test will be carried out again within 15 days
According to a media report, a senior official said the JEE Main announcement would take place within 15 days. Candidates will have the opportunity to improve the old application form. In the same application form, they must also upload the certificate of covid-19 infection. This certificate must be issued by any government approved laboratory or hospital.
The Ministry of Health will decide to do NEET again
According to the official, the Union Ministry of Health will have to decide when to repeat the NEET medical entrance exam after September 13. In fact, NTA wrote a letter to the ministry about it last week. However, as with JEE-Men in NEET, only those candidates who were infected with covid-19 prior to September 13th will receive relief.