Approximately 7 thousand candidates to appear for JEE Main Session 2 from Udaipur: Check JEE Main Guidelines

Approximately 7 thousand candidates to appear for JEE Main Session 2 from Udaipur: Check JEE Main Guidelines

NTA Releases Admit Cards for JEE Main 2024 Session 2 Exams...

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Exam to start from April 4, 2024

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the release of admit cards for the upcoming Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main) 2024 session 2. Candidates appearing for the exams scheduled on April 4, 5, and 6 can now access their hall tickets via the official website -

Originally, the JEE Main 2024 session 2 was planned to be held between April 4 and 15. However, in a recent update, NTA has revised the schedule, shortening the examination period to April 4-12. Students are advised to take note of the updated dates for their respective exams.

In Udaipur, approximately seven thousand candidates are expected to participate in the examination at various centers. As per the instructions, students are required to bring their JEE Main hall ticket and a valid government-issued ID to the examination center. It is important to note that electronic devices or notes are strictly prohibited inside the examination hall. NTA will organize the exam in two shifts daily, with the first shift scheduled from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and the second shift from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

For students scheduled to appear on days beyond April 6, NTA has assured the subsequent release of admit cards in due course. Additionally, the agency has already released advanced city intimation slips for all candidates, facilitating their travel arrangements and exam preparation.

Candidates are urged to carefully review the information provided on their admit cards, including exam date, time, and venue details. Any discrepancies should be immediately reported to NTA for timely resolution. 

Here are the Guidelines to Follow

  1.  Ensure you arrive at the examination center at least thirty minutes before the start time to avoid being denied entry due to lateness.
  2. To facilitate biometric verification using alternative identification options, candidates must arrive at the examination center one hour prior to the scheduled time compared to their peers.
  3.  Remember to bring along your admit card and completed self-declaration form.
  4.  Write your name and roll number on the rough sheet provided and inform the invigilator before leaving the examination hall.
  5. Make sure to have your admit card, photograph, and valid ID proof on the day of the examination.
  6.  Please note that the possession of any electronic items such as mobile phones, headphones, earbuds, etc., is strictly prohibited. 

Pay Attention to the Dress Code

  1.  Avoid wearing any kind of muffler, cap, or headgear.
  2.  Do not wear clothes with metallic items.
  3. Avoid wearing clothes with many pockets.
  4.  Opt for simple attire.
  5. Avoid wearing accessories.

Source: Rajasthan Patrika


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