JEE Main Exam starts for admission in top engineering colleges of the country
All the preparations for conducting joint entrance examination (JEE Main Exam) for admission in top engineering colleges of the country started today. The exam is scheduled to be held from 1 to 6 September at around 660 centers. About 9 lakh 58 thousand candidates have registered for the examination. This is the first such examination to be conducted during the Kovid-19 epidemic in which more than six hundred centers have been made for about one million students.
Free transportation for the JEE candidates
The Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh governments have provided free transportation for the JEE candidates. A group of IIT alumni and other students have also started a portal to provide transport facility to the examination centers for the needy candidates. Amination Agency -NTA Director General Vineet Joshi said that the candidates and the staff at the center have been asked to follow the safe distance under a comprehensive standard operating procedure.
The JEE Main Examination continues peacefully in Bihar. More than 61 thousand students have registered for this examination to be held till September 6 in 43 examination centers in the state. The testers were given three-layer masks at the entrance to the examination center. Inspectors are also given gloves and masks. Security personnel have been deployed outside the examination centers to control congestion.
In Rajasthan, elaborate arrangements have been made at exam centers to follow the rules related to Covid-19 and safe distance.
Gujarat Education Minister Bhupendra Singh Chudasama has said that the opposition is not thinking about the interest of most students. Bhupendra Singh reviewed the preparations for conducting JEE and NEET examinations in the state. He said that in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, extensive arrangements have been made for the smooth conduct of these examinations.