On February 11, the National Testing Agency released admit card for JEE Main 2021. The examination for JEE Main is scheduled to begin on February 23, 2021. As the exams are now around the corner, the NTA has released the exam day instructions and guidelines on its official website. The exam authority has made it mandatory for all the candidates appearing for the examination to follow the instructions.
The things a candidate is not allowed to carry inside the exam hall include dupattas, turbans and caps unless it is a customary dress. The ones who wear Kara or Kirpan must have to report to the exam center an hour before the exam commencement. The candidate must initiate the officials regarding the same.
Apart from this, ornaments, jewellery or any kind of metallic objects are also not allowed on the exam premises. Handbags, electronic gadgets and communication devices are strictly prohibited as well.
The instructions for one appearing for the JEE Main 2021 are that he/she must reach the examination centre on or before the reporting time. Due to the ongoing health crisis, one must strictly follow the social distancing norms for obvious safety reasons.
The aspirant appearing for the examination must carry a hard copy of the JEE Main admit card 2021. The candidate must also carry his/her Aadhar card, else they won’t be allowed to appear for the examination or enter the exam venue.
As of the stationery, the candidate should carry a ball-point pen, pencil and a transparent water bottle. Owing to the worldwide health crisis, one must also carry a personal sanitizer, face mask and gloves.
For the candidates who are diabetic, they can carry eatables and water. Fruits or glucose tablets are also allowed to be carried inside the exam premises.
The last-minute preparations for all the JEE Main aspirants are advised to keep their minds calm and not to take the stress. The candidates have been asked to start the revision of the chapters and lessons they have already studied.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) this year has added numerical value-type questions in the paper. So, the JEE Main aspirants have been advised to practise solving numerical problems and revise important facts, figures, mathematical and scientific equations, formulas or relations.