10 guidelines for NEET-JEE exam announced
There are very few days left in JEE and NEET exams for admission in engineering and medical courses. The JEE 2020 exam will be held between September 1 and September 6. The NEET (NEET 2020) exam will be held on September 13. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released guidelines for both entrance exams. If the candidates do not follow these guidelines, they will not get admission in the examination centers.
Both the examinations will be conducted as per the schedule
At the same time, the Ministry of Education has also clarified that both the examinations will be held as per the schedule.
On Tuesday night, the Union Education Ministry also released a list of state-wise examination centers for the two entrance exams. In which it is stated that the examination centers have been extended for these examinations. JEE examination centers have been increased from 570 to 660, while NEET centers have been increased from 2,846 to 3843. The number of shifts for the JEE main exam has been increased. Earlier, eight shifts were fixed for this examination, which has been increased to twelve. At the same time, the number of candidates per shift has been reduced from 1.32 lakh to 85,000.
Admit card for JEE Main announced
Admission card of JEE main exam has been issued. However, Knit’s admission card has not been issued yet. Releasing the admission card of JEE, NTAA said that about 99 per cent of the candidates have been given their chosen examination centers. This year, 8.58 lakh candidates have registered for JEE Main and 15.97 lakh for NEET. Both these examinations will be conducted following the rules of social distance. Exit gate and entrance will be kept separate for the candidates after the examination.
Ten important guidelines regarding NEET-JEE exam
- All candidates have to appear for the exam wearing masks and globes.
- Each candidate has to self-declare that he or she is not positive.
- Students will also have to wash their hands with soap before entering the examination center.
- Water has to be brought from home in a transparent bottle. You also have to bring your own sanitizer.
- During the NEET examination, only 12 candidates will sit in each examination board.
- Candidates will be made to sit for the JEE examination leaving one seat each.
- Examiners must make a distance of six feet from each other.
- The temperature will be measured by thermal screening of candidates, teachers and staff.
- Candidates will be given new masks and gloves at the examination centers.
- Each examination center will be cleaned before the examination.
Student have to keep these things in mind while preparing for these exams
- There is not much time left in NEET-JEE exam, so avoid preparing a new subject.
- Candidates must read at least ten hours daily to get better results in this entrance exam
- Prepare for the exam according to the schedule.
- Candidates should always keep their notes with them and study from them.
- There are fewer days left in the exam, so do as many mock tests as possible.
- Be careful not to let any kind of indifference surround you.
- Along with exam preparation, you should also get at least six to seven hours of sleep.
- Candidates should also do yoga and meditation along with the study so that they can stay focused.