🔥 Union Minister of Education tweets about clashes between JEE Main NDA exam dates and assures students of exams Union Education Minister tweets about conflicts in JEE Main NDA standards and assures students of exams
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- After two postponements, JEE Main will now take place from September 1 to 6, 2020.
- More than 9 lakh students have registered for JEE Main this year
After the Ministry of Personnel Development had been postponed twice due to Corona, it decided to hold the JEE Main April 2020 from September 1-6. However, there is now confusion about the exam schedule. In fact, the JEE main exam data collides with the UPSC NDA data. Such students are again confused about the exam.
Union minister tweeted
In this tweet, Minister of Human Resources Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank wrote: “I have received information from many students about key JEE data that conflicted with the NDA. In this case, this case has been investigated. In such a situation, those students should be aware who also appear in the JEE (main) and NDA exams, do not worry. The Minister said: “The NTA will ensure that there is no conflict between the two exams for the candidates who appear in both exams.
I have had explanations of the collision of data from many students #JEEMain With #NDA. The matter has been investigated. Students who appear in JEE (Main) and could not update to appear in the NDA exam scheduled for September 6th should not worry.
– DR.Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 21, 2020
More than 9 lakh students have registered
After this tweet from the minister, speculation has been made that the dates of the JEE main exam could be changed again. More than 9 lakh students have registered for JEE Main, the entrance exam for admission to engineering colleges. At the same time, the epidemic gives students more time to prepare for JEE Main and NEET. In such a situation, experts believe the cut-off will be higher this year. Therefore, students can expect tough competition.
Students can change the examination center
Previously, the Department of Human Resources had asked the National Testing Agency (NTA) to double the number of exam centers, increase the distance between students during the exam, allow fewer students to enter the exam room and wear masks, and so on. Apart from that, the NTA allowed the students to change their exam center and choose it closer to their residential area so that the candidates would have no difficulty commuting.