JEE Mains 2020 : Exams going to start from Tomorrow | List of items allowed in examination centre. JEE Main examination going to be start from tomorrow – 1 September . After the delay of exams due to corona pandemic but now finally exams going to conduct from 1 September . The National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct exams from 1 September with all arrangement to ensure social distancing and various measures are taken to ensure the safety of students .
NTA pass a revised list of items that are allowed at exam centre And this year NTA has released 4 page Admit card due to Pandemic . Students must have to read all instructions that are in the admit card and Fill the form carefully and carry Admit card with them while going to exam centre.
JEE Main 2020 : Exams going to start from Tomorrow , List of items allowed in examination centre
1 . Admit Card.
2 . Government ID like ID card , Passport , Driving license etc.
3 . Extra Photograph which is used for Attendance sheet .
4 . Ball pen , Every year pen will be provided by exam centre but this time due to corona pandemic NTA allows students to carry their own transparent ball pen.
5. Transparent water bottle also allowed inside the exam centre .
Precautionary measure to be taken before entry in exam hall.
1 . Candidates need to maintain distance of atleast 6 feet from each other at all time.
2 . Exam Room number will not be displayed outside the centre to avoid gathering.
3 . Candidates required to wash hands with sanitizer before entering in the centre .
4 . Candidates will be offered a fresh 3 Ply mask before entry.
5. Before each shift starting seating area will be sanitize .
JEE Main 2020 : List of items that are not allowed in examination centre
1 . Calculator , smart watch , bluetooth devices , earphone , etc are not allowed inside the Exam centre.
2 . Students are not allowed to carry any metallic or any type of jewellery inside the exam centre.
3. Students appeared for exam are not allowed to bring any Rough sheet .
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