National Testing Agency will be conducting the third phase of JEE Main 2021 Exam on April 27, 28, 29 and 30 2021. As of now, NTA has not yet disclosed the JEE Main admit card 2021 release date. However, the call letters for the national level entrance exam is likely to release between April 11 to 23, 2021. We suggest aspirants periodically visit the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in to download the JEE Main hall ticket.
If we observe the past phase schedule, NTA issued the admit card for Phase 1 (February) on February 11, 2021, releasing it 12 days before the exam. In the second phase (March), admit card was released 05 days before the exam on March 11, 2021. Hence, candidates can expect their admit card 05-12 days before the exam. However, we can not neglect the fact that JEE Main admit card was repeatedly released on the 11th date. So, aspirants can expect the hall ticket anytime between the 11th to 23rd of April, 2021.
Eligible candidates can access the link for JEE Main admit card download from jeemain.nta.nic.in. Keep the application number, date of birth ready to log in. Also, before candidates download their respective call letters, it is always suggested to verify the details available on it. Moreover, they will also get undertaking before downloading the admit card. It is only after the submission of the undertaking that a candidate can download his/her admit card.
Furthermore, NTA has recently released a public notice refund of the duplicate fee to the concerned candidates of JEE Main 2021. As per the notice, NTA will initiate the refund of the application fee after May 2021 application submission and form correction concludes. The correction period and its fee submission for the existing candidates of the February session and fresh candidates of the March session was organised from March 02 to 06, 2021. The refund for the duplicate fees to the concerned candidates will commence only after the reconciliation of fee data. The fee will be initiated once the application process and correction process for May 2021 session is over.
The National Testing Agency conducts the JEE Main exam four times a year – February, March, April and May. Aspirants can either appear for any one of these exams or apply for all these sessions. This gives candidates multiple opportunities to improve their scores for JEE Main exam. Also, it decreases the chances of dropping a year. The first session exam will help them gain first-hand experience of taking the national level entrance test. Candidates can know their mistakes and improve their scores eventually.