National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to conduct JEE Mains 2021 Examination. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains is going to take place from February 23, 2021, to February 26, 2021. NTA has already released JEE Mains 2021 Admit Card. All the candidates who are appearing for the exam can download it from jeemain.nta.nic.in.
Along with the admit card, NTA has also published certain guidelines regarding dress code and what to carry to the examination centre etc. As per the instructions released, candidates are not allowed to wear footwear with a thick sole or heels. They can wear any shoe/ footwear which has a thin sole. Other than this, candidates are advised to wear something which has small buttons or no buttons at all. The neckline should be simple and candidates should avoid wearing tops with pockets. However, if a candidate is wearing any religious clothing, then they should reach the exam centre a little before the reporting time for thorough checking.
Now coming to the accessories, do not wear any kind of earring, bracelet, or anything in that category to the venue. All these items are not allowed inside the exam centre, candidates have to take off all the accessories if they are found wearing them. Furthermore, NTA has also published certain COVID-19 guidelines for the examination. As per these guidelines, candidates have to mandatorily wear a mask, carry a hand sanitiser and maintain social distancing. They have to carry hand gloves for additional protection. Candidates should report to the examination hall before the reporting time mentioned in their call letter.
No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam centre after the closing time. On the completion of the exam, candidates should leave the exam hall in a line or as instructed by the invigilator to avoid crowding at the premises. We suggest aspirants read all the important instructions that are available on Page 2 & 3 of the admit card carefully.
Other than that, candidates have to carry a hard copy of the JEE Mains 2021 Admit Card to the exam centre. Along with this, they should also carry a self-declaration form (undertaking) as available on the NTA website, an additional passport size photograph and an original photo ID proof. They can also carry a transparent water bottle and a ballpoint pen to the exam centre. For the Drawing Test (Part III of B.Arch), candidates have to bring their own geometry box set, erasers, colour pencils or crayons.
Before reaching the exam centre, candidates have to make sure that they enter the required details in the self-declaration (undertaking) in legible handwriting. Also, paste a photograph and thumb impression at the appropriate places on the JEE mains call letter 2021.