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Students find physics paper tricky on Day-2

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2020 paper 1 exam for admission to engineering colleges in the country began on Tuesday. Candidates were seen following precautionary measures, like maintaining social distancing and wearing masks, while entering…

the exam venue.

The exams are being held despite concerns expressed by several opposition parties and a section of students regarding the growing number of corona cases in the country. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday alleged that the central government has ignored the “genuine concerns” of JEE and NEET aspirants, who have been demanding postponement of the entrance exam, due to its “arrogance” and is jeopardising India’s future.

The government has however gone ahead with the decision to conduct exam saying that it is important to save academic year of students and their future. Several special arrangements have also been made for the candidates to prevent them from getting infected while appearing for the exam.

JEE Main began on Tuesday, September 1 with B. Arch and B.Planning (Paper 2). It is the first major nationwide entrance test being held since the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in March. Over 9 lakh candidates have registered for JEE Main 2020.

In this blog we will inform you about the latest developments on Day 2 of the JEE main exam, along with students reaction in various states after they leave the exam centre.

02:36 pm IST JEE Main 2020: Student in Patna finds Chemistry the easiest paper An aspirant Divya Rani, who took exam at Kankarbagh Centre in Patna, said, “Physics questions were lengthy and time consuming. Mathematics questions were comparatively easier. I found chemistry the easiest as some questions were directly asked from NCERT book.”

02:31 pm IST JEE Main: Student in Bihar finds Physics paper difficult Akash Gupta, a JEE aspirant who took exam at Patliputra centre, said, “Overall exam was good. I found Physics the most difficult. Mathematics and Chemistry parts were easy.”

01:41 pm IST JEE Main 2020: Students pleased with social distancing protocol Aman Kumar of Lucknow said that paper was moderate. Six physics questions were tricky. He was pleased with social distancing protocol followed at the examination centre.

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hindustantimes.com| Edited by Nandini, HT Correspondent

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