National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to conduct the re-examination for courses like MPhil and PhD in Historical Studies in JNUEE on October 28, 2020. It is to be noted that the re-exam will be held for those candidates who appeared for the JNUEE 2020 exam fr the above mentioned courses, on October 6 in the evening shift. No fresh candidates can appear for the re-exam.
Candidates can download fresh admit cards online at jnuexams.nta.nic.in. The concerned candidates have also been informed about the same at their registered email id. As per the media reports, around 700 to 800 candidates would be appearing for the JNUEE re-exam.
NTA conducted JNUEE 2020 entrance exam on October 6, 2020. However, many students faced technical glitches while appearing for the exam whereas there were others who faced difficulty in downloading the question paper. Taking this into account, NTA has decided to conduct a re-exam for these students.
Candidates who appeared for Jawahar Lal Nehru University Entrance Examination (JNUEE) on October 5, 6, 7, 8, 2020 can download their question papers, response sheet and provisional answer key. It can be downloaded from the official website, jnuexams.nta.nic.in. To download it, candidates have to log in by entering details like application number and date of birth. It can be used to cross-check the answers and calculate their probable score by adding and deducting marks as per the marking scheme.
If a candidate is not satisfied with the response marked in the provisional JNUEE answer key could also submit an objection for it. To do so, candidates had to give details of their observations, with supporting evidence, if any and pay an amount of Rs. 1000 per answer challenged. It is to be noted that the amount paid by the candidate will be refunded to them if the challenge is found to be correct. The objection facility was available on October 20 and 21, 2020.
As per the details shared by NTA authorities, a total of 2,34,048 candidates were slated to appear for the entrance exam at over over 358 centres in 122 exam cities. With an aim to ensure smooth conduct of the examination, NTA appointed over 120 city coordinators and 80 observers for the exam. To curb malpractices and cheating during the examination, more than 5800 cameras were installed, and 1600 jammers were put in place across all the centres.