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National level exam JEE Main 2019 things to do list  

National level exam JEE Main 2019 things to do list: – The authority of NTA is going to conduct the well-known entrance exam of JEE Main from the year 2019. JEE Main is a national level engineering exam conducted to provide admission into various renowned engineering institutions like IIT, NIT, and CFTI. To take admission into the courses like B.E, B.Plan, B.Tech, and B.Arch, candidates must qualify the JEE Main entrance test.

The HR Ministry has decided to conduct the JEE Main entrance test twice a year from the year 2019. Also, the responsibility to conduct the exams is provided to NTA. The entrance test will be conducted in two sessions in the month of January and April through online mode.

The official dates for the January and April 2019 session exams are provided below:

For January Session

Events

Dates

Application form availability

From 1st September 2018

Last date of application form submission

Till 30th September 2018

Release of admit card

17th December 2018

JEE Main 2019 Exam

6th January 2019 to 20th January 2019

Result declaration

31st January 2019

 

For April Session

Events

Dates

Application form availability

8th February 2019

Last date of application form submission

7th March 2019

The release of admit card

18th March 2019

JEE Main 2019 Exam

6th to 20th April 2019

Result declaration

30th April 2019

 

The HRD ministry has introduced several new changes in the JEE Main entrance test. The new changes introduced are:

  • The National testing agency will conduct the entrance test through online mode in eight different sitings on various decided exam dates.

  • This time candidates will be able to book their slots through the website.

  • Candidates who will come under the top 2, 24,000 qualified candidates in the JEE Main test will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced.

  • The authority has recognized total 258 exam centers which include 248 centers in India and 10 in foreign countries.

  • The authority of NTA has set up around 2,697 practice centers for the candidates from 1st September. Students can practice on Saturdays and Sundays for 1 hour free of cost.

Candidates applying for the test also must go through the eligibility criteria provided by the authority. A candidate is eligible for admission if he/she has scored a minimum of 75% marks or has appeared in the top 20 percentile in the intermediate exam. For ST/SC candidate the minimum qualifying marks are 65%.