Irrespective to student’s opinion, Govt. managed to organise the JEE Main Exams for nearly 8 lakhs of students from 1st of September to 6th of September. On the first day of exams i.e. 1st September, there were many speculations and doubts on the conduction of exams. However, there was no big news of any kind of unwanted and bad news across the country. Same was the situation in 2nd day. There was no such news of unpleasant incident around the whole country and exam went smooth, we can say although it faced many other issues. There was the news of students getting late across the country.
In a major announcement today, just half-an-hour before the exam began, the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court said that the students residing in flood-affected areas in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra can approach the National Testing Agency (NTA), if they were unable to reach the exam centre or reached late. The court also asked NTA to check the veracity of the claims and decide their representation within 15 days.
The JEE paper 2 was held yesterday and today onwards, the engineering exam will be conducted. JEE Main morning shift timing is 9 am to 12 noon. NTA conducted 1st shift exam with all security measures and students maintained social distancing. But still, some centres were failed to maintain social distancing and students shared photos and videos on twitter for the same. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exam is being conducted amid special arrangement, from no shoes with thick soles to mandatory masks at exam hall – several arrangements have been made by the NTA. Over 10 lakh masks, 10 lakh pairs of gloves, 1,300 infrared thermometer guns, 6,600 litres of hand sanitiser and an equal amount of disinfectant liquid, 6,600 sponges, 3,300 spray bottles and 3,300 cleaning staff have been arranged at an additional cost of almost Rs 13 crore.
JEE Main 2020 for B.Tech/ B.E shift 2 has been concluded at 6 pm across 660 centres. Students are coming out of exam centres. The exam will be conducted at 660 centres across the country, which was increased from 570.
On the analysis of the paper of JEE Main 2020, Exams pattern was observed like following. Paper was on the decent hard level. As per students, student’s reaction was not quite good. The stress of paper and fear of being corona positive while visiting the centre was peeping out from their faces.
-The overall level of the exam was Easy to Moderate.
-Most of the Students were able to attempt 13-14 questions easily.
-however, physics section was a little difficult.
-Maths was moderate but they were quite time consuming.
-Chemistry was the easiest part in all three subjects.
-A lot of questions were based on NCERT & Applications (60-70%).
-Distribution of all questions were uniformly asked from whole syllabus in each of the subjects.
To know more about the question paper and its detail with every question, you can browse the JEE paper too. National Testing Agency (NTA) will publish JEE Main question paper PDF at nta.jeemain.nic.in. It will be released in candidate login, at jeemain.nta.nic.in.
The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will start counselling for admission to IIITs, NITs, and GFTIs soon after the declaration of the JEE Main result. The registration for JoSSA counselling, according to the JEE Advanced brochure, will begin tentatively on October 6.
Candidates, who qualify in JEE Advanced 2020 and seek admission to BArch programme in IITs, will be required to sit for the Architecture Aptitude Test, or JEE Advanced AAT 2020.