JEE Main 2021: Exam from 23 to 26 February, total four-attempts, Highlights

Education Minister Pokhriyal on Wednesday announced the dates of JEE (Main) 2021 exam. According to the Minister the JEE (Main) 2021, would be conducted four-time and as world's biggest exam. Exam will begin on 23rd February and will last on 26th February, Minister adds.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Dec 16, 2020 18:56 IST
JEE Main 2021: Exam from 23 to 26 February, total four-attempts, Highlights
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The Union Education Minister announces the JEE Main 2021 exam schedule, on Wednesday. Amonth the chief announcements, Minsiter confirms the four attempts in the Joint Entrance Examination 2021 starting from 23 February. "There will be four attempts in JEE Main 2021 and highest marks in any attempt by a candidate will be considered for consideration", Minister says.

The Joint Entrance Examination (Main), February 2021 shall be held on from the 23rd up to the 26th Dates of February. JEE (Main) 2021 set to become the World's Largest Entrance Test would be conducted 04 times in a year, said the Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal in his video address.

The Minister of Education while addressing the Students and their Parents / Guardians that the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2021 will now be conducted 04 times in a year, implying the Students would be able to attempt JEE 04 times both in case of failure or pass in one or other Test, that shall enable the students to prepare better and rise in the Marks.    

The JEE (Mains) 2021 will be conducted in 13 Indian Dialects including Hindi and English Languages.  He also made a reference to his Excellency Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi Vision to turn the Remote-areas dwelling students to attempt the JEE (Main) so as to become Engineers in the times to come. 

National Testing Agency shall host the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2021 onward four times in a year. The NTA JEE Main 2021 with 90 Objective-Type Multiple-Choice Questions comprised shall involve no negative marking, implying if any Candidates answered correctly 75 MCQs and fared 15 Wrong Answers, then the Wrong Response shall be awarded 'No Negative Marking', Minsiter said.

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1) JEE Main 2021 will be held four-times (February, March, April, and May).

2) There will be chances to improve marks in the successive attempts. Students will have the option to appear in one/two or maximum four attempts starting from February 2021.

3) Highest marks in any four attempts of JEE Main, would be considered as prefered marks.

4) There will be 90 questions in total, including of 15 Objective type MCQs.

5) There is no negative marking in 15 questions to be asked Multiple Choice based quitions.

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