JEE Main 2020: Things to remember on the exam day

JEE Main 2020: Things to remember on the exam day

Just before appearing for the exam, you may go through your notes once. But, do not refer to any new question or topic. This is highly prohibited as it’ll increase your stress level which can have a negative impact on your performance. But you can check out some of your flashcards or revision notes.

JEE Main, NEET exams will not be postponed, NTA confirms, students go on hunger strike, demands postponement of JEE, NEET entrance exams

JEE Main, NEET exams will not be postponed, NTA confirms, students go on hunger strike, demands postponement of JEE, NEET entrance exams

Despite lakhs of students and their parents requesting to postpone the JEE and NEET Exams, the Indian government and Supreme Court refused to do that and they are scheduled to take place in September 13 (NEET) and September 1st – September 6th (JEE). Despite that, the National Testing Agency has maintained that the examinations will be held on the previously scheduled dates. The Joint Entrance Examination (Main) and the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-UG) will be conducted in September as scheduled, officials said on Tuesday, amid a growing chorus for postponing the crucial tests in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Why doesn’t the Indian education system encourage a passion for learning subjects rather than focusing on rote learning?

Why doesn’t the Indian education system encourage a passion for learning subjects rather than focusing on rote learning?

The system is not the problem. The problem is the social setting that we have currently. The current system can work really well, in terms of fostering creativity, but other social aspects just prevent that. Everyone’s creative. But what matters is realizing it to make an impact.