National Testing Agency (NTA) reopens the application correction window for those candidates who have opted for both NTA JEE Main & UPSC NDA & NA exams. NTA on Saturday re-opened the window for correction in JEE Mains 2020. Earlier it was reported that examinations of NDA & JEE Main are clashing on September 6, 2020 when HRD Ministry re-scheduled the examination dates for Joint Entrance Examination (Main) from 1-6 Sept, 2020.
NTA releasing public notice provides information under whether candidates appearing for N.D.A & N.A Examination (I), 2020 being conducted by UPSC on 6 September 2020, in JEE (Main) Application Form. Candidates who have to appear for both JEE Main and UPSC NDA & NA (I) exams are provided option to mark "YES" in the JEE Main application form.
Only those candidates have to update their JEE Main 2020 application form if they are also registered for UPSC NDA & NA exam scheduled on September 6. The application correction window is open to avoid any clash of the examination date as September 6, 2020. The last date to update the application form is set as July 31, 2020.
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Keeping in view the interests of candidates and to avoid any clash between examinations the NTA had re-opened the correction windo from 4th July to 20th July 2020. Now for the students appearing for NDA & NA (I) Examination being conducted by UPSC on September 6, 2020 are informed to also update "YES" in their online application form during the correction period so that there is no clash between the examinations of JEE Main and NDA & NA exams, official notice reads. Students can make correction in their JEE Main application form by logging into website jeemain.nic.in- Apply for correction.
Earlier, JEE Main was rescheduled between September 1 and 6. UPSC NDA NA (I) and (II) examination also set on September 6. Following the JEE Main & NDA examination clash students approached the Union HRD minister. On July 21, MHRD told students appearing in both JEE mains and NDA that the matter has been recorded and students need not be concerned.