JEE Main 2022: National Testing Agency (NTA) has launched the new JEE Main website. This website will now open after logging in to jeemain.nta.nic.in. While no latest update has been provided on the website regarding JEE Main 2022, it is expected that soon the schedule and notification of JEE Main 2022 will be released on it.
Let us tell you that this time NTA will take the JEE Main exam in two stages. JEE Main Exam will be held in April and May. At the same time, the registration process will start from the first week of March. Students are given a minimum of 15 days to do this. This time, all governments of the country take the exam on time. It was therefore decided to conduct the research in two phases. Students can also apply for both sessions together, otherwise they will get a separate chance for the May exam after April.
Last year the students were given four opportunities because of Kovid. Students could not prepare. The exams of various governments of the state were also not taken on time. This time, the situation improves, so the investigation will take place in two phases. Last time, 84 thousand candidates appeared in the JEE main exam from Bihar. More than six lakh candidates had appeared from across the country in the first phase. Kovid delayed the exam. This also delayed the session of the country’s technical colleges.
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NTA Director General Vinit Joshi announced that the JEE Main exam will be conducted in two stages. JEE Advanced takes place in the last week of June or the first week of July. This time, the exams of various governments of the country are conducted on time. Timely enrollment at technical colleges is a must.
Students must answer 75 questions
There is no change in the exam pattern. This time, the JEE main exam will be conducted in 13 languages. Students only need to solve 75 of the 90 questions. 15 optional questions will not be negatively assessed. In the last session, the exam was administered in four phases. The exams of February and March were held on time. Kovid delayed the April and May exams.