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Exam hall entry rules to how to attempt paper, here are last day tips

While the exam conducting body, National Testing Agency (NTA) has increased the number of exam centres from 570 to 660, it has also made arrangements to ensure fewer students sit in a given room. Further, students will be sitting at a farther distance. The frisking and entry rules have also been changed.

JEE Main 2020 will be held from September 1 to 6 (Representational image)

After much debate, the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main will be held across India. A total of 8.58 lakh candidates had registered to appear for the exam. This year, the engineering entrance test will be held amid special precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.



How to enter the exam hall

Step 1: Candidates report in batches from 11 am onwards

Step 2: At the entry of the registration room their body temperature is recorded through the thermal gun.

Step 3: If the temperature (< 37.4°C/99.4°F), they move for frisking

Step 4: If the temperature is (> 37.4°C/99.4°F), they will be taken to the isolation room. All processes of frisking and document verification will be done after a period of 15-20 minutes. In this time their temperature may become even normal, if not they will be allowed to take the examination alone in a separate room

In pictures | JEE Main 2020 sample question paper

Step 5: Candidates display admit card, valid government ID proof, PwD certificate(if PwD candidate), scribe undertaking (if applicable in proforma given in the information bulletin) to invigilator on duty across the table.

Step 6: After due verification, invigilator checks seat allocation chart anddirect them to their examination room as per roll number

Step 7: Invigilator on duty outside the registration room ensures that students enter the registration room in batches of 10 (first) and then the next five students. When the first five leave. After leaving he/she directs Candidates to their examination room.

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