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JEE Main 2021 Questions Go Viral 

JEE Main Paper Leak: On March 18, soon after the commencement of the JEE Main test, multiple screenshots of JEE question papers went viral. Here's what the NTA's DG had to say. Screenshots of the JEE Main March exam question paper were allegedly circulated through Whatsapp only minutes after the exam started on Thursday in Patna, Bihar. From March 16 to 18, the National Testing Agency (NTA) held the second cycle of the JEE Key Paper 1 exam. The question paper went viral on social media in Patna on the last day of the test.

JEE Main Paper-1 Question Paper viral: Many exam takers indicated that the questions were similar to those portrayed in the viral screenshots. The JEE Key Paper-1 exam had a total of 619638 candidates enrolled to take it. The test was held in two shifts, one in the morning and one in the evening. The morning shift started at 9 a.m. and ended at 12 p.m. From 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the evening shift was held. At 9:34 a.m., almost half an hour before the test, a few coaching centers in Patna allegedly got screenshots of the leaked JEE Main paper on their Whatsapp.

According to NTA Director-General Vineet Joshi, who spoke to The Times of India, the leaked paper would not help anybody if a candidate exchanged pictures of questions during the test. We can, however, take action against those nefarious applicants if the charges are real. The person will be charged with using unfair means, and the NTA will prohibit the candidate from taking the JEE exam again in the future.

JEE Main Exam 2021: In February and March, the National Testing Agency (NTA) held two cycles of JEE Main exams. On March 8, the results of the JEE Main February exam were released. The final response key for the JEE Main March exam will be released by NTA shortly. The remaining two cycles of JEE Key exams will be held by NTA in April and May. Candidates who did not appear in previous cycles of the test, or who did not pass the exam, or who are unhappy with their results, will register for the upcoming JEE Key sessions. The entry period for this event will soon open. Candidates are urged to visit the JEE Key official website on a daily basis.

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