New Delhi: The JEE Main admit card is expected to be released on August 15 as the authorities have already notified that the JEE Main 2020 admit card shall be made available 15 days before the conduct of the entrance exam.
The National Testing Agency has scheduled the JEE Main 2020 exam for April session to be held from September 1 to 6 at different locations across India. The authorities will release JEE Main admit card online at jeemain.nta.nic.in.
On the JEE Main 2020 admit card, aspirants will find their roll number and details of the examination centre.
Moreover, students will be able to access the admit card for the download process by logging in using their application number and password/ date of birth. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, candidates will find special instructions on social distancing and sanitization provided on the admit card, which should be strictly followed.
It is advised to keep all the necessities intact and wear full-sleeved clothes to avoid any scope catching of infection.
JEE Main 2020: Exam Day Guidelines
- A lot of time and precautions will be taken due to coronavirus pandemic by the conducting authorities which will lead to more time being consumed in security checks and sanitization. So, the candidates need to come at least an hour early to the centre.
- As per the NTA Director, Vineet Joshi, slots will be allotted to the candidates to arrive at the centres. Candidates will follow these allotted slots and they should arrive only at their assigned time to make the entry process smoother.
- The candidates will be required to show their JEE Main 2020 admit card along with identity proof to be entertained in the centre. No other items will be allowed inside.
- Bags will not be allowed inside the exam hall.
- Candidates must maintain social distancing and immediately take their designated seats once they enter the exam hall.
- For Paper 2 exam, the candidates are allowed to take their geometry box, colour pencils and crayons. No watercolour will be allowed.
- A blank paper and pen/pencil will be given to the candidates for rough work. The paper has to be returned to the invigilators after the completion of the exam. The name and roll number of the candidate must be written on the top of the rough paper.
- Amid attendance, candidates should ensure that their signature and photos are properly attached. The thumb impression must not be smudged.