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Jee Mains

About JEE Main 2021

Joint Entrance Exam (JEE Main) is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) for admission into Engineering programmes in various IITs, NITs, CFTIs and other renowned institutions. As per the latest changes, it is being organised four times in year – February, March, April & May.

For admission into B.E/ B.Tech courses, candidates have to appear for JEE Main Paper – 1. While for admission into B.Arch & B.Plan courses, students are required to qualify JEE Main Paper – 2.

 

JEE Main New Exam Date 2021

JEE Main 2021 February and March exams are over. Result (March session) has been announced on 25th March 2021. April and May session has been postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. JEE Main new exam date 2021 will be announced later, at least 15 days before the conduct of exam.

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To check JEE Main March 2021 session result

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JEE Main March 2021 Final answer key

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B-tech JEE Main Feb 2021 Final answer key

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B-Arch JEE Main Feb 2021 Final answer key

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JEE Main Sep 2020 Final answer key

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JEE Main 2021 Highlights - New Changes

Aspirants can check key points related to the NTA JEE Main in the table below:

Particulars

Details

Exam Name

Joint Entrance Examination (Main) or JEE Main

Mode of Exam

  • Computed Based Test for BE/BTech/BArchBPlanning
  • Pen and paper-based for Drawing section in BArch

Duration

  • 3 hours for BE/BTech
  • 3.5 hours for BArch and BPlanning both

Exam Frequency

Four times a year (February, March, April and May sessions)

Total Registrants for Previous session

8,58,273

Official Website

             JEE Main

Papers

  • Paper-1:  BE/BTech
  • Paper-2A: BArch
  • Paper-2B: BPlanning

Total Marks

  • BE/BTech: 300
  • BArch and BPlanning: 400

Total Questions Asked (Increased in 2021)

  • BE/BTech: 90
  • BArch: 82
  • BPlanning: 105

Total Questions to be Answered

  • BE/BTech: 75
  • BArch: 77
  • BPlanning: 100

Marking Scheme

  • 4 for each correct response
  • -1 for each incorrect response
  • No marks for unattempted questions
  • No negative marking for Non-MCQ questions

Medium of paper

English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu

 

JEE Main B.E/B.Tech Paper Pattern

Subjects

Maximum Questions Asked

Maximum Questions to Answer

Marks

Chemistry

30 (20+10)

25  (20+5)

100

Physics

30 (20+10)

25  (20+5)

100

Mathematics

30 (20+10)

25  (20+5)

100

Total

90

75

300

 

JEE Main B. Arch Paper Pattern

Subjects

Maximum Questions Asked

Maximum Questions to Answer

Marks

Mathematics

30 (20+10)

25  (20+5)

100

Aptitude

50

50

200

Drawing

2

2

100

Total

82

77

400

 

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Pattern

Subjects

Maximum Questions Asked

Maximum Questions to Answer

Marks

Mathematics

30 (20+10)

25  (20+5)

100

Aptitude

50

50

200

Planning

25

25

100

Total

105

100

400

 

JEE Main 2021 Exam Day Guidelines

Below are some of the important items that the candidates should or should not carry to the JEE Main 2021 test centre. Also given are the documents that candidates must bring to the examination centre without which they will not be allowed to appear in the exam.


What to carry on Exam Day?

The test-takers will be provided with a pencil and a sheet for any rough work they do. However, candidates are advised to carry a pen or a pencil for the test.


Items allowed within exam centre:

  • Admit card: This is a mandatory document without which candidates will not be allowed to take JEE Main 2021. Candidates will have to carry a printed copy of admit card downloaded from NTA’s website along with the Undertaking duly signed.
  • Sanitiser: Candidates have to carry 50 ml sanitiser bottle.
  • Ball Point Pen: This time candidates have to carry a ballpoint pen to the exam hall.
  • Masks & Gloves: Candidates have to wear masks and gloves while in the examination hall.
  • Photograph: Candidates are also requested to carry one passport size photograph to the test centre. This should be the same as uploaded while filling the online application form. The photograph needs to be pasted on a specific space in the attendance sheet at the examination hall.
  • Transparent water bottle: Candidates have to carry one transparent water bottle.
  • Photo ID: Authorised photo IDs (must be original, valid and non-expired) too will be required at the exam centre. You can carry your Aadhaar Card in case you are asked for a photo ID. If you do not have one, then carry any valid Photo ID along with your admit card.
  • Certificates: PWD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming relaxation under PwD category.

What not to do on exam day?

  • Candidates will not be allowed to leave the exam hall without the permission of Centre Superintendent or the Invigilator concerned.
  • No candidate will be allowed to carry any eatables, tea or coffee in the examination hall during exam hours.
  • Smoking and eating are strictly prohibited in the examination room.
  • Diabetic students will be allowed to carry eatables like sugar tablets/fruits (like banana/ apple/ orange) and transparent water bottle. However, they will not be allowed to carry any packed foods like candy/chocolate/sandwich.