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JEE Main 2021 Postpone
JEE Main 2021 Postpone: Following the postponement of the CBSE Board exams for Class 12, candidates taking the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main April and May sessions are now requesting that the third session of the BTech and BE entrance exams be postponed. The main session of the JEE will take place between April 27 and April 30. The National Testing Agency has yet to make an announcement about the JEE Main (April) session being postponed. The third session's admit cards are yet to be issued. NTA is set to release the hall tickets soon, as registration for the JEE Main April session ended on April 4 and the exams are set to begin in ten days.
The CBSE Class 12 exams have been postponed, and students will be told how and when the exams will be held after June 1. As a result, students in Class 12 are demanding that the May session be postponed as well. The postponement of Class 12 exams was announced by Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on April 14. “The Class 12 board exams have been postponed from May 4 to June 14. Following that, these exams will take place. The situation will be reviewed by the board on June 1st, and details will be shared after that. “At least 15 days' notice will be given before the exams begin,” he said.
According to the NTA's previous schedule, the JEE Main (May) session will take place between May 24 and 28. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has already concluded the JEE Main February and March sessions and declared the results for both. Six candidates from around the nation secured a perfect score in the JEE Main February exam. In the JEE Main March session, a total of 13 candidates received a perfect score of 100. NTA had introduced multiple attempts for the JEE Main exam this time in order to give students more flexibility in appearing for the national-level entrance exam and improving their performance.
Candidates for the JEE Main exam have requested a postponement, citing the health risks raised by the COVID-19 pandemic spreading through states. “Our first priority is fitness, not exams,” one of the students said. JEE Main (April) should be postponed.” Few candidates claim that COVID-19 cases are on the increase in their area. Authorities also placed partial curfews in a few places, making travel difficult. “In my area, COVID-19 cases are on the rise. Everyone is urging people to remain indoors as the JEE Main (April) exam approaches. Please postpone the exam for a few days.”