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Benefits of Starting JEE Main Preparation Early

JEE Main 2019 Official Schedule is finally out now, and now we know that the exam is going to be held in the months of January and April. JEE is among the most competitive exam in the world which sees a participation of approximately 1 million candidates every year. To get a seat in NITs or IITs through JEE requires a lot of effort and one has to supersede huge competition to succeed. So, what’s the ideal time to start JEE Main Preparation?

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Therefore, to ace such an exam, one has to start early. Well, there are always some people who do not start early and do perform well in the exam, but if one considers an average aspirant, starting early is always beneficial. It brings several benefits and a different level of comfort, which can’t be gained by starting late. Today, we present you the major benefits of starting early for JEE preparation, which will be enough to convince you to adapt this strategy. Here we go: –

More Time, Better Planning

When you have a healthy amount of time, you can plan in a much better way than having a limited amount of time. The issue with starting late is that you cannot play a wrong move in your preparation strategy, because one wrong move can waste a healthy chunk of time. For instance, one month wasted out of 6-8 months is a much bigger loss than one month lost from 2 years.

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Further, when you have enough time with you, you can do better introspection and can analyze your strengths and weaknesses better. So if you are good in mathematics, then you can start devoting lesser time to it. Or if you are weak in chemistry, you can start solving more such question. So starting early gives you the comfort of trying different strategies and thus in better planning.

You can get your basics right smoothly

Getting the basics right is a very important aspect of preparing for JEE Main. Many a times, we have seen students struggling in some tricky questions in the exam. This is majorly because such unique question required a little more deeper applications of the basics which candidates were not aware of.

But when you prepare in a rapid-fire mode, sometime basics don’t get the attention they deserve. While when you have a healthy amount of time, you can always work on your basics better. Especially, if you were not good at science in Class 8, 9 and 10, you should definitely start early. Plus, this also gives you time to solve diverse range of questions from books of various authors, which is always a benefit.

Thus, with longer period, you can ace the core syllabus of JEE Main in a proper manner, which ultimately helps in mastering tougher questions better.

More Mocks, More Practice

It is quite obvious that when you have more time, you can always solve more questions. You can solve NCERT books, Past year papers, your coaching institute’s material (if any) and some recommended books too. While in rapid fire preparation, you may not be able to go through all 4 of these. So one big benefit with starting early is that you can do more questions from diverse sources, which in turn would make you a better prepared and confident candidate.

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Along with this, we all know that Mock Tests are an essential thing today. In long run, you can take more mock tests and thus can get ready for the D-day better. Always realize that someone having 20-25 mock tests under his belt always has better idea of the exam than someone having 10 mocks. So starting early lets you understand the exam itself in a better way.

You can balance other things with JEE pretty well

Well, when you are preparing for JEE Main, you are not just preparing for JEE. There are class 12 boards, other competitive examinations and many other things to deal with. And since JEE’s syllabus is humongous and competition is ruthless, managing other things with JEE becomes very tough.

But when you have a good amount of time, let’s say two years, then you can manage all such things pretty comfortably. So you can appear for exams like KVPY, other engineering entrance exams, or can even involve better in your hobbies and co-curricular activities. And plus, you can focus better on your Class 12 boards, which is quite a significant even in your career.

So starting early lets you ease out things, rather than rushing for everything relentlessly.

You can learn from others as well

When you devote a longer period of time to JEE Preparation, one benefit that you get is that you can see what other people did wrong in their final JEE exam. You can take advise from repeaters or toppers, about what to do and what not to do. Although your teachers will always be there to help you, but the learning from actual test takers are an added advantage.

With ample time in hand, you can also gauge the trends of exam in a better way and thus can somehow get ready for the exam in a better manner.

Conclusion: How early should one start?

So if starting early is better, should I start preparing for JEE right from class 5, or maybe even before that? Well, it’s only good as a joke, don’t take it seriously.

Starting from class 5, 6, 7 or 8 is un-needingly early. In our opinion, the best time to start is right after your class 10 board exams. At this moment, you are good enough to know what you are doing, and can maintain that motivation level to work hard too. Plus, 2 years are enough to prepare for any entrance exam in India, so you need not go beyond that.

NTA to Start Registration for Practice Centers from September 01

National Testing Agency (NTA) is likely to re-commence registration for the practice centers for all the interested students from September 01. Aspirants for JEE Main, UGC NET and NEET can train themselves for the CBT (Computer Based Test) mode to be introduced by NTA. The JEE Main registration window was opened for a short while in August 28, 2018 and then it was closed due to unknown reasons. On the same day, NTA has announced about the new date of commencement of registration process i.e. on September 1, 2018.

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As per NTA, to avail the facilities of the practice centers, candidates are required to register themselves on NTA’s website. To appear for mock tests, students have two options i.e. they can either appear for the online mock test at their home itself or they can simply visit the centers set up by the NTA authorities. September 01 will be an important day for the students as JEE Main Application Form will be also made available on the same date at nta.ac.in.

Steps to Register for Test Practice Centers

Aspirants of JEE Main, NEET and UGC NET can use the steps mentioned below to register for the practice centers. The link to register for Practice Centers will be activated from September 1, 2018.

  • Visit the official website of NTA i.e. nta.ac.in
  • On the homepage of NTA’s website, click on the Registration link
  • Candidates have to login by using their Google or Facebook account
  • Enter the personal details correctly in the registration form
  • After entering the personal details, students are required to upload the scanned photograph and a valid photo id.
  • After uploading the necessary documents, enter the academic details correctly.
  • While filling the registration form, students need to select at most five practice centers in the order of their preference and need to finalize their availability at the test centers.
  • Registration will be done solely on the basis of first come first serve basis.
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Schedule for Competitive Examinations

The detailed schedule of the competitive examinations such as JEE Main, UGC NET and NEET conducted by NTA is given below:

JEE Main

Events Dates
Online submission of registration forms September 1 to September 30, 2018
Availability of Admit Cards From December 17, 2018
Date of Examination January 6 to January 20, 2019
Declaration of Result Last week of January 31, 2019


MHRD has released the final schedule of NET which is likely to be held in July and December by the National Testing Agency (NET).


As per the reports and official schedule, NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) will be conducted once a year instead of twice as announced earlier in pen and paper based mode. NEET is likely to be conducted on May 5, 2019.

Candidates are advised to register themselves for the practice centers. As, on solving these mock tests, students will be able to develop a better understanding of the examination pattern and also they will be able to master the time management skills. The mock tests are designed strictly on the same pattern of the entrance tests.

Complete Guide to CBT Mode for JEE Main 2019

JEE Main Exam will completely shift to online mode after the National Testing Agency or NTA takes control of the management of the exam. However, until 2018, a vast majority of the aspirants have opted for the pen and paper test, that is the offline mode. In 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE conducted the test for the last time.

Under the supervision of CBSE, JEE Main was conducted in both the online and the offline mode and according to the trends, the greater portion of the students went for the offline mode of the exam or the pen and paper based test.

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However, in recent years, a discernible increase has been noticed in the number of students opting for the online mode of the exam. Here is comprehensive guide on JEE Main CBT mode for students who will for the first time in January 2019 session.

Confusions and fears among the students regarding the CBT

Usually, there remains a general confusion about the nature of the online mode of the exam. Many consider it to be an internet-based exam, which is, in reality, not the case. The online mode of the exam is a Computer-Based Test or CBT that only has the need for a Local Area Network (LAN). The exam is not dependent on the Internet connection and the LAN is used only to make sure that the whole examination process is executed with ultimate safety and without any intrusion of glitches.

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Despite being so carefully handled, there are some confusing concerns among the students regarding the CBT for which they generally incline to opt for the pen and paper test rather than the online exams. Some of these concerns are:

  • CBTs generally have tougher questions than the pen and paper test
  • There might be power failures or technical glitches in the exam centers
  • The responses given by the examinees may not be recorded properly etc.
  • One may require of higher degree of familiarity with operating computer systems and other technical aspects.

Apart from that, some think that handling computer might be difficult, especially those who have very little practical experience or are coming from highly remote areas without proper computer awareness.

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The reality

In response to all the concerns listed above, it can be said that CBSE has been conducting the JEE Main Exam in the online mode since 2014 and no such problems have been reported yet. Regarding the difficulty in handling the computer, it can be said that no special training is required to appear for any CBT, only the basic knowledge of handling the mouse is sufficient. These things have been clearly declared by CBSE when they previously published the FAQs on the online mode of the exam.

Practice sessions that can help

This time, NTA has taken a helpful step with the intention of making things clearer. In order to provide the students from the rural areas the chance to get familiar with the essentials of JEE Main CBT mode, NTA is going to establish free practice centers.

3000 training centers are stipulated for the purpose of training aspirants from rural areas and remote locations for the CBT. Students having the internet facility at their homes can also download these practice test series questions and get themselves prepared likewise.

Advantages of the CBT

  • No special computer knowledge is required except for knowing how to handle the mouse
  • Chances are there to review and change a given response
  • No threat of a leak
  • An automatically set clock at the screen that shows the time left, the number of questions answered, the number of questions left, and the number of questions left for review
  • Results are expected to be declared much earlier

Disadvantages of the CBT

Apart from the general fear of appearing in the CBT among the rural candidates, there is no big disadvantage expected from the CBT. However, both the NTA and the MHRD have taken this matter into special consideration and that is why the practice centers are going to be operated soon from the ending of this month.

So, the aspirants are advised not to believe in the rumors and myths. They need to get prepared for the examination at the right time and make use of the opportunities offered.

IIT Council and Javadekar Vote Against MHRD Proposal to Scrap JEE Advanced

MHRD recently made a few important proposals including scrapping JEE Advanced and amending policies followed by IITs regarding fee structure, admission process, quality of education, preparation methods being opted among students etc. In a high level meeting held on August 21, the IIT Council and Minister Prakash Javadekar has vetoed against the proposals, citing that JAB (Joint Admission Board) is already looking after some of the major transformations for JEE Advanced.

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Proposals by MHRD

  1. To form a committee of experts to check on the measures to be taken to bring changes in JEE Advanced & if necessary scrap the test and bring IITs under the purview of JEE Main.
  2. The other major reform offered was that instead of the previous system being followed, there must be allocation of the institution only and not of branches in different engineering colleges.
  1. There was also a proposal to work upon so that the dependency on coaching institutes may get reduced for the preparation of JEE among the aspirants.
  2. Other proposal was to increase the number of students being taught at IIT from about 10,000 to directly 80,000 by converting the IITs into high end institutes which would indulge teaching of only certain semesters.
  3. Proposal for recruitment of foreign faculty was also one of the main highlights.
  4. Revision in fee structure for foreign students must not exceed as it is already approx 6 Lakhs per annum which is not within of all candidates.

Some of these proposals have been clearly rejected by our Union Minister, Prakash Javadekar. According to the council, there is no need to take measures towards the JEE process as it is already in progress. Online examination was held instead of offline since last year only. “On the matter of allocation of institute instead of branch during JOSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) counseling, many IITs don’t think it’s a good idea”, said Bhaskar Ramamurthy, director, IIT Madras.

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However, some of the ideas which really were beneficial for the students and the decorum of IITs have been considered well and accepted by the IITs among those mentioned above. They are as follows:-

Some of the major decisions that have been made during 52nd council meeting are as follows:-

  1. Unlike the provision of council deciding fee structure, IITs own board of governors would be solely responsible for deciding the fee structure of foreign students pursuing masters. There would be no increment in the fee for undergraduate studies and process to recruit foreign faculties may be introduced in the IITs as well.
  2. There would be no revision in the fees for undergraduate studies in the IIT. SWAYAM designed to help students in preparation of JEE advanced would be made easily available so that dependency of students on coaching institutes may get reduced.
  1. No changes would be made in JEE advanced as according to the statement by director of an IIT, the procedure of JEE advanced is already being checked and is being upgraded from time to time. It was just a year back when the examination process was held completely online.
  2. Council has decided that one college in the country would be designated as coordinating institute which would identify the eligible candidates completing PhD while having Indian origin in order to have recruitment of foreign faculties.
  3. The other decision made in the direction of improving quality of education imparted in our engineering colleges is that, IIT will mentor at least 5 engineering colleges in its vicinity to check the standard and improvise the system of education in those colleges.
  4. Campuses and infrastructure projects at IIT would be taken care of by a committee comprising of directors of IIT- Delhi, IIT-Hyderabad and IIT- Tirupati.

NTA to set Unique Question papers for JEE Main and NEET Aspirants

After NTA taking charge of conducting various national level entrance exams such as JEE Main and NEET, several major overhauls are expected in these exams. These changes includes organising exams twice a year and in multiple sessions. One of such major change is that it will set unique question papers for every aspirant.

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The NTA or National Testing Agency has planned to use high level artificial intelligence, psychometric analysis and computer based adaptive testing tools. These tools will ensure that test is 100% safe with no scope of errors.

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Vineet Joshi, Director General of NTA has proclaimed that highest level of encryption will be used so that no one can hack the system. As per the NTA officials, additionally this change has been introduced to check that candidate is thorough with curriculum syllabus and the rote learning and coaching centers are not of much help.

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They are also hopeful that this change will be advantageous for candidates in following ways:-

  • Keeping track of Unattempted Questions- Candidates can easily revisit the questions they are doubtful of or haven’t answered. It is advisable for that candidates first solve the easier questions then revisit the questions they were in doubt of.
  • Change in Exam Date and slot – As the exams will be held in multiple slots, candidates can choose their time slot and date as per their convenience
  • No scope of Cheating – Unique questions will provide a fair chance to all the candidates as the software will pick different questions for all candidates and leaving no scope of cheating for the candidates
  • Introducing different levels of questions – The difficulty level of the questions in the exam will be increased on the basis of candidate’s past answers.
  • Introducing Computer Adaptive Testing – The answer keys will also be released using Artificial intelligence techniques to ensure free work in computing the result

NTA to set Unique Question papers for JEE Main and NEET Aspirants

Currently the agency is performing psychometric analysis of past years’ question papers including the MCQ questions. They are also checking the impact of introducing MCQ questions. These distractors will help in checking candidate’s overall knowledge of the subject. One of the disadvantage of using software system is that candidates will be at the mercy of the software which will pick the questions on random basis. The answer keys will also be released by Artificial intelligence system.

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Till 2017 CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education used to conduct these exams. In order to reduce the burden of CBSE and smooth conduction of exams, HRD ministry introduced NTA. The new authority will conduct these exams twice a year. JEE Main 2019 is scheduled to take place in January and April 2019. The agency is expected to test around 1.5 crore candidates at National level.

According to HRD officials, a number of tests and experiments will be tried such as psychometric data analysis of data, psychometric analysis for training the item writers and web based, etc to ensure there are no errors in question papers and answer keys.

IIT Council to hold Meeting on Aug 21 to Discuss Future of JEE Advanced

The MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development) has already implemented a major change of conducting the JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main test twice from 2019 and another critical proposal for the engineering aspirants is about to get underway. There is a proposed move to discontinue the JEE Advanced, which has so far been the main evaluation criteria for admission to the undergraduate engineering courses at the various Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

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Although the decision is not finalized yet, but the same will be discussed in the IIT council meeting to be held on August 21, 2018. The meeting is intended to discuss the pros and cons associated with the proposed act and further to evaluate the feasibility of its implementation.

The proposal, if approved, may surely be a historical and transformational decision to streamline and regulate the highly reputed engineering institutions of the country in a better way. Apart from scrapping down the JEE Advanced exam, it would also be proposed for the IITs to turn the undergraduate engineering B.Tech. courses to the elevated engineering courses.

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The number of semesters in the new postgraduate engineering courses at the IITs may also be altered, which would enable the students to achieve world-class engineering education in the least possible time. Additionally, the IITs are currently educating around 10,000 aspirants every year through their undergraduate engineering courses, while the new system would allow around 80,000 aspirants in materializing their dream of studying engineering from an IIT.

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The discussed proposals have been put up based on the feedback provided by some veteran professors of the IITs, as confirmed by media reports. Those would surely refrain the students from undergoing private coaching courses, which would burden down their parents for several lakhs bucks to make them qualify the JEE Advanced exam.

To join expensive coaching courses was indeed an unaffordable deal for so many meritorious students across the country. Many families, still, have been observed to take loans to facilitate their children to undergo coaching for JEE Main and JEE Advanced exams from reputed coaching institutes at multiple locations in India.

JEE Advanced to be Discontinued

When over 11 lakhs candidates appear generally in these exams to qualify for just around 10,000 seats at the IITs, the heavy expenditures incurred in the coaching classes would put up lots of pressure on the students hailing from economical weaker families. The new model would consider only the JEE Main scores of the students to offer them admissions to the engineering courses at the IITs.

New Criteria for Admission to IITs

It is assumed that the top scorers of the JEE Main entrance examination would be eligible for the counselling for admissions to the courses at the IITs and other reputed engineering institutions across the country without undergoing any further test or interview. Additionally, the qualifying candidates would be categorized into ten groups based on their scores in the JEE Main exam.

For instance, the first group would include the candidates scoring marks above 90%, the second may include those scoring marks between 80 – 90%, and so on. The candidates belonging to each group would hold same position for attending the counselling for admissions to the IITs.

The revamp of education pattern at the IITs would also introduce a concept of ‘One Semester IIT Experience’ for transforming those to global high-end education providers. Based on it, the B.Tech. course at the IITs would be dismantled, and further upgraded to One Semester IIT Experience.

Those students, who would attain the One Semester IIT Experience based on their scores from the fifth to eighth semesters at the IITs, would be awarded with an engineering degree from the associated universities. Additionally, they would be preferred for admissions to the postgraduate engineering courses offered at the IITs.

The new examination conducting authority, National Testing Agency (NTA), would coordinate JEE Main exam twice every year starting 2019 and takeover all the responsibilities from CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) who previously managed JEE Main and several national level engineering exams.

3000 New Centers to be Set Up for Training JEE Main and NEET Aspirants

With the newly commissioned NTA (National Testing Agency) at the helm of managing premier engineering and medical entrance examinations besides others, several changes in the scenario are in the offering. In a press release dated July 7, 2018, the autonomous body announced its initiatives that are in the pipeline to bring about a qualitative difference in the examination was conducted till now. The most prominent and laudable of the initiatives is the plan to set up a network of approximately 3000 practice centers in rural areas to make local JEE Main and NEET aspirants well acquainted with the online examination system.

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Educational establishments with computer labs will be identified for the setting up of these new Practice Centers. Candidates can access these centers free of cost to practice computer-based tests in the lines of JEE Main and NEET (UG) free of cost. The Agency plans to keep these Practice centers operational on Saturdays and Sundays starting from the 3rd week of August 2018. NTA will also launch a mobile app which will help candidates identify the nearest center in the locality and register themselves to book Practice Sessions.

Given that 2019 onwards exams like JEE Main and NEET (UG) are switching completely to the online mode, this endeavor of the Agency will be very beneficial for candidates, specifically those who are from a rural background and have no or minimal access to computers. The Practice Centers are an attempt to provide an adequate chance to such aspirants to acclimatize with an online examination mode. The candidates who book practice sessions will be allotted one-hour slots each to write a real computer-based examination at the centers.

NTA has not planned any changes in the examination fees, question pattern, number or difficulty level of questions except for the complete switch to the online mode of exam. It is worthwhile to mention here that 2019 onwards both JEE Main and NEET (UG) will be held twice a year to ease the performance pressure on candidates. NTA has also clarified that

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JEE Main is tentatively slated to be held in January and April while NEET (UG) has been scheduled for February and May in 2019. The first phase of JEE Main is scheduled tentatively from January 06 to January 20 while the second stage is slated from April 07 to April 21.

The complete switchover to nline examination is to avoid logistics issues like the paper leak or shortage of question papers. Also, the switch to online mode will make evaluation easier and error-free. However, as per statistics, the number of test–takers opting for the online mode when both online and offline examinations were in practice, shows a grim picture as to how uncomfortable the candidates are to attempt the computer-based test. In 2018, of 11.5 lakh candidates that registered for JEE Main, only 2.25 lakh opted for the CBT while in 2017, of 12 lakh applicants only 1.8 lakh opted for the online test. In both years, the rest of the applicants chose to take the customary paper-based test. Under the circumstances, NTA’s decision to set up the practice centers for pre-examination practice test session will certainly be of huge help to future aspirants of JEE Main and NEET (UG).

The centers that would be utilized as Practice Centers by NTA may or may not be designated as exam centers for the conduction of the entrances. There has been no disclosure from the Agency’s side in this context.

NTA to conduct JEE Main Twice a Year, Exam to be conducted in Online Mode

NTA (National Testing Agency) is the newly formed body by centre to conduct JEE main and NEET online from next year, taking over the management of these exams from CBSE. Education minister, Prakash Javadekar confirmed all the confusions with the announcement, “NTA to conduct JEE-main 2019” in an official press conference on July 07 at New Delhi.

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Changes to be Implemented with the Introduction of NTA

  • Candidates can appear for JEE Main in online mode only, no option for pen and paper based test.
  • Double the chance, more opportunity, NTA to conduct tests like JEE Main and NEET twice a year.
  • The test will be held in 8 sittings giving aspiring candidates ample opportunity to pick the desirable slot for appearing.
  • With JEE (main) taking place in January and April , students appearing for board exams will have more time to prepare for their entrance exam.
  • According to the education minister, Javadekar, “…the best of the two scores will be taken into account for the result.” In case a student appears for both the attempts in the same year.
  • NTA is going to conduct tests like UGC NET, NEET (UG), JEE MAIN, CMAT, GPAT etc, that were earlier handled by CBSE and AICTE.
  • 3000 centres for JEE aspirants to train them for computer based examination, which will be functiona by the end of August, 2018.
  • Normalization process will be adopted for the calculation of scores to have fair results.
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Reactions from Students

All these changes have left the aspiring candidates anxious, dubious and confused. Every person has something to say about this change. Some students seemed happy and jovial while the others have not been able to grasp the situation completely.

However, most students are happy with the fact that now they will be getting two chances to sit for the exam and that also in the same year. Such a decision gives them more opportunities to perform well.

“I am overjoyed. This is the most important examination of our lives and we are all working very hard to do well. But we all have bad days. The new reform has given me encouragement that all will not be lost if I do not get through in the first try,” Deepak Kumar exclaimed as covered by News18.

When some students were seen celebrating NTA’s decision, some students were seen asking practical questions like the number of attempts.

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Prince Singh, an aspiring candidate for 2019 NEET took twitter’s help to ask the education minister about the examination being conducted in 8 sittings and requested him for not doing so. His claim is that it will lead to chaos and confusion. The uniformity will be lost that is supposed to be the USP of such JEE MAIN and NEET.

Some of the students taking coaching from institutes like Akash and Fitjee are against the system. According to them, instead of simplifying the process, government is making it all the more complicated.

Students were seen questioning the govt. There seems to be no effort on the part of govt. to improve the student’s quality. The question of unemployment also got explored by some students. Will there be enough vacancies for more candidates? If not, there will be more students, less seats, which will lead to direct unemployment.

Reactions from Experts

Experts are dealing with the change positively as well as they believe this move is going to benefit the country’s education system and institutes with more efficient candidates.

The news covered by News18 saw Mr. RK Mishra, director and HOD of Physics at ‘The Guidance Classes’ in Kalu Sarai exclaiming, “It is a speaking good news for weaker students and the timing is also perfect. Earlier the JEE main entrance was held right after class 12 boards and thus students would often be divided between devoting time to boards and to JEE preparation. Now the exams are more easily timed and students can actually get some time to breathe.”

Tamil Nadu government is already against this change and leader of the opposition party exclaimed that, “The proposal to hold NEET online is a conspiracy to make medical education remain out of reach of rural students.”

Another big change is that JEE main will be online from the next session. The education minister personally tweeted about the advantage of such a system. He tweeted, “…it will make exams safe, leak proof, scientific and transparent”.

With the test being online, it will be more efficient with no wastage of paper and ink, it is easier to change your answer online, without putting in much effort.

Problematic Areas

  • It will be difficult for students with no prior knowledge of computer system.
  • Students with relatively less affluent financial background are going to suffer
  • A student studying at a coaching institute in Kota exclaimed, “even now we have to go to cyber cafes to even fill the form because of lack of technological knowledge.”

The training centres will be functional from August. The big questions is whether NTA will be able to bridge this gap between urban and rural area students? Is it going to be fair for students coming from different financial and geographical backgrounds?

No matter who conducts the test and in whatever mode it is being conducted, the most important thing to ensure here is that the performance of not even a single candidate should be hampered, no excuses should be given on the part of the government or the new governing body regarding that.

The question whether NTA is the right choice or not will be answered shortly as January is not that far and lastly to all the candidates just do your best, study well, one can tackle any problem if the preparation done is up to the mark. All the best and let us all hope for the best.

JEE Main Slot Booking: Check Here the Complete Procedure

NTA has scraped the slot booking process. As per the new system, JEE Main slot booking process will be conducted by NTA and candidates will not have the leisure to select their slot. NTA (National Testing Agency), the new exam conducting authority is responsible for allotting the date, shift, and timing. Allotment will be done by NTA using computer software on a random basis for successful applicants. Check your allotted date and time shift by clicking on the link provided below.

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JEE Main Date and Time Shift Allotment

The slot booking for JEE Main comprising of date and shift booking is an important aspect of all students who are appearing for JEE Main 2019. However, as per reports, NTA has brought about few changes. The examination will now be conducted in two shifts and 8 settings. Furthermore, the Mains will be conducted in two sessions (i.e. in January and April).

The date and time shift for both Paper I and Paper II will be notified by October 05 while the examination centre/city for JEE Main 2019 will be notified by October 21 on the official site. Many students expected to have the advantage of slot booking but NTA due to logistics and other reasons seems to have revoked the facility.

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About JEE

JEE or Joint Engineering Entrance Mains is one of the most difficult entrance examination conducted for students who aspire to pursue Engineering (B.E./ B.Tech) or Architecture (B.Plan/ B.Arch) in the future. It is one of the important examinations which deems eligibility of candidates seeking admission in top IITs across the country. The examination comprises of two papers. The paper I that deals with Engineering and Paper II is for Architecture.

Notification by NTA

JEE Main examination has brought about important changes in aspects of conduction of examinations and the slot allotments. The examination will now be conducted in 8 settings and candidates will be required to book their shift. According to reports published, the Paper I for Engineering will be conducted in two shift timings one in the morning and other in the evening whereas the Paper II for Architecture will be conducted in the first shift i.e. Morning shift only.

Some of the other details mentioned in the notification are as follows:

  • Paper 1 will be for engineering students, aspiring to pursue B.E./B.Tech.
  • It will comprise of questions from Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.
  • The Paper 1 will be conducted on online mode only.
  • The schedule will be conducted in two shifts which will be from 9.30 – 12.30 and 2.30 – 5.30.
  • Paper 2 will be for Architecture students who aspire to take up B.Plan/ B.Arch.
  • It will comprise of questions from Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawings.
  • The Mathematics exam and Aptitude Test for Paper II will be conducted through online mode, whereas the Drawing Test will be conducted Offline (pen and paper mode).
  • Paper 2 will be conducted only during the 1st shift i.e. 9.30 – 12.30

Notification of dates

The application form for JEE Main 2019 is available from September 1, 2018. The for registration closes on September 30, 2018. Candidates are advised to apply early as soon as the process commences on the official website of National Testing Agency (NTA).

The NTA will allocate slots to candidates which will be based on “First come, First serve” basis. The candidate can choose a slot for the exam at the time of filling the application, however, the final decision of the slot will be done by NTA that will be selected randomly through a computerized process.

The final date and time slot along with allotted centre of examination will be printed on JEE Main Admit Card.

Steps to Download JEE Main Admit Card 2019

JEE Main 2019 Admit Card for Phase I is tentatively scheduled for release on December 17, 2018. Candidates can download from the official site of NTA. Note that the admit card will be issued for successful applicants. Here are the steps to download admit card successfully:

  1. Go to the official website of National Testing Agency on www.nta.ac.in Or Go to the official website of JEE at www.jeemain.nic.in
  2. Click on “Admit Card for JEE Main 2019” link
  3. Enter JEE Main 2019 Application Number and Password along with security pin.
  4. Click on the submit button
  5. Admit Card is displayed in your browser.
  6. Check for all the details printed on the card and in case of any discrepancy, report to the authorities immediately.
  7. Finally, download the card in your system and take multiple printouts of the same for future purposes.

JEE Main Form Correction: How to correct JEE Main Application Form

JEE Main Form Correction 2019: NTA has started one time facility to make corrections in JEE Main Application Form from October 08. The correction window is available only in online mode at jeemain.nic.in for candidates who have successfully applied for JEE Main 2019. The corrections can be made by logging in to the candidate’s portal with Application Number, Password and Security Pin. Form correction window is opened till October 14, 2019.

An additional fee may be required to pay for the corrections. In case candidates have submitted more than 1 application form then they must send an email to jeemain@nic.in, indicating both the application numbers and mentioning the form number they want to finally submit. The official notification for JEE Main 2019 Form Correction is mentioned below.

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JEE Main Form Correction

It often happens that candidates make mistakes while filling the online application form either because of inexperience or confusion. Therefore, to rectify those mistakes, CBSE offers JEE Main Form Correction facility to edit the particulars in the online form.

  • It is a one-time facility available for making corrections in some particular fields of JEE Main Application Form.
  • The form correction window will be open to 4th week of January 2019.
  • The organising body will not consider any request made for corrections after the due date under any circumstances.
  • JEE Main form correction process is just like registering for JEE Main 2019 one more time.
  • Every detail can be changed/corrected except the mode of examination from online to offline.

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JEE Main Form Correction Dates

Here are all important JEE Main 2019 Correction Dates:

Event Date (tentative)
Availability of JEE Main Application Form 2019 September 01 – September 30, 2018
Commencement of correction in Uploaded images October 01, 2019
Availability of JEE Main 2019 Application Form Correction October 08 – October 14, 2018
Payment of extra application form (if applicable) October 08 – October 14, 2018

How to Correct JEE Main Application Form

Candidates can make corrections in JEE Main 2019 application form by following the step given below:

  • Go to the official site of JEE Main 2019.
  • Click on “Application Form Particulars Correction”
  • Log in with your application number and password and enter the security code.

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  • Click on “Manage Form Particulars Correction”

JEE Main Form Correction

  • Read the instructions and make the corrections as required.
  • Submit the JEE Main Application Form and pay the requisite application fee (if required)

JEE Main Form Correction

Details can be edited

  • Candidates’ Name (as per class 10th mark-sheet)
  • Paper (change from Paper 1 to Paper 2 or vice versa)
  • Mode of Examination (switch from Pen and paper-based mode to computer-based mode).
  • Exam Center (Change examination city if available during form correction)
  • Aadhaar Number: Unlike last year, Aadhaar number can be updated. 
  • Date of Birth (as per class 10th mark-sheet)
  • Communication Address 
  • Contact Number
  • Photograph and Signature

JEE Main Form Status

After submitting the JEE Main application form, its status can be checked by clicking on “Status” tab. Anyone of the following messages will be displayed on the user’s window:

ReceivedIf the application form is successfully submitted

Unsuccessful – If the application form is Incomplete/Rejected/Not Submitted

Get latest news and updates of JEE Main 2019 through email or SMS by entering your details in below given form:

JEE Main Photo Size Guidelines (Image Correction)

Candidates will also be able to make correction in the images uploaded in JEE Main Application form. Window to make correction in images can will be opened one week after the start of the application process.

The last date to make corrections/change the uploaded image in JEE Main 2019 Application form will tentatively be four days after the end of the application process. Applicants who may have uploaded wrong images can correct their images during this correction period.

Given below is the steps to make correction(s) in the uploaded images:

  • Go to the official site of JEE Main 2019.
  • Log in using your credentials i.e. Application Number, Password and security code.
  • Click on the link “Upload/Change Images” button.
  • Select the images with correct specifications and upload.
  • Click on “Submit”.
  • After submission, take a print out of the Application form for future references.

How to check the size of the image?

You can follow the steps given below to make sure the images you are about to upload are as per the specifications.

  • Right-click on the image you want to upload.
  • Click on ‘Properties’
  • A window will appear having properties of the image, click on ‘Details’ tab and view the dimensions, height and width of the image.

JEE Main Helpline

Any doubt in correcting JEE Main application form can be asked by writing an email to jeemain@nic.in by mentioning the Name of the candidate, Registration ID and Mistakes.

JEE (Main) Unit Central Board of Secondary Education

Plot No. 149, Block – H,

Sector – 63, Noida – 201309

Distt- Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P.)

Helpline No.: 7042399520, 7042399521, 7042399525, 7042399526, 7042399529

Computer-Based Exam Helpline No.: 18002669778

Email: jeemain@nic.in