Due to increase in COVID-19 cases, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided to postpone the examination of JEE Main (April) 2021 on Sunday. Admit cards for the exam will be issued soon but the process has been stopped now. The official statement released by the NTA said that considering the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and taking care of the safety and health of the applicants and the people involved in the exam, JEE (Maine) – April 2020 decided to postpone the April session. Has gone.
Declaration will be done 15 days before the exam
Revised dates for JEE Main (April) 2021 will be announced later. Declaration will be at least 15 days before the examination. The JEE Main (April) 2021 exam was scheduled to be held April 27-30. The examination was successfully done in February and March.
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank also tweeted that he wants to reiterate that the safety of students and their academic career is still one of the Ministry of Education and their main concerns.
In the year 2020, the corona virus severely affected the academic session. Almost all the entrance examinations were delayed. JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced) and NEET exam were held in September 2020. Because the examinations were not done as per the prescribed limit, the 2021-22 session also started late. The JEE (Advanced) examination, which is usually held in May, is scheduled to be held on July 3 and NEET-UG is scheduled to be on August 1.
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Along with issuing the JEE Main (April) 2021 Admit Card, the agency will also issue a self-declaration form, which will have to be filled by every JEE Main applicant. The Undertaking / Self-Declaration form is to ensure that the students appearing in the examination have not experienced symptoms like fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, cold or body ache in the last 14 days.