This analysis is based on students’ initial response. The questions in the Physics section were tricky, and the questions in the Mathematics section were lengthy. Overall, Mathematics and Physics turned out to be difficult sections in this shift.
The last two days witnessed a considerable improvement in attendance for the JEE Main 2020 September examination as students are now appreciating NTA’s exam management amid COVID-19. With each day passing, the government’s decision to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination is turning out to be favorable for engineering aspirants.
JEE (Mains) examinees in some districts of West Bengal left home as early as 3.30 am on Tuesday to reach examination halls as lack of transport, rain and floods played spoilsport.
The overall paper of BTech was of moderate level as compared to the one held in January. The JEE Main BTech paper comprised three subjects — Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
JEE Main 2020 exam pattern for Paper 1 (B.Tech) comprises of multiple-choice questions and numerical questions. Paper 1 of JEE Main exam will have 3 subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Each section of JEE Main will have equal weightage with 20 multiple choice questions and five numerical questions. The total marks for JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 will be 300.
The Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main) has started today for over 1 lakh BArch candidates. The paper carried a total of 400 marks. According to experts, the BArch paper had an “easy to moderate level” difficulty.
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The review petition urges the Supreme court to reconsider its order. It further adds that in a situation when classroom teaching has been suspended, conducting such a large scale exam shows ‘non application of mind’. A total of 6 petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court. This comes as the political parties joined the students in urging for the examinations to be postponed.
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.
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