NTA Will Not Release JEE Main 2023 Schedule This Week: NTA Chief

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will not release the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and Advanced 2023 registration and exam dates this week.

According to media reports, at a time when a large number of people are waiting for the release of JEE Main and Advanced dates, it is learned that NTA will not release the dates this week. The statement came from NTA chief Vineet Joshi, who told The Indian Express that the agency will not release the dates this week. Earlier it was expected that the dates for JEE Main and Advanced would be released this month itself.

“We will release the dates soon, but it has not been decided yet. So, we will not release information (about the schedule) this week,” he told indianexpress.com.

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After the release of the dates, NTA will upload the schedule on the official JEE Main 2023 website – jeemain.nta.nic.in.

NTA has not yet specified whether JEE Mains 2023 will be conducted just once or multiple times. In 2022, the exam was split into two sessions to reduce the number of dropouts, especially in the wake of the COVID pandemic.

education The minister has been persuaded by Congress MP Karti P. Chidambaram to temporarily revise the JEE Mains eligibility requirements. “I would like to draw your kind attention to several issues which have been mentioned by the students appearing for JEE Main and Advanced in 2022. These applicants worked hard to get admission in top engineering schools in India, but several hurdles that were completely out of their control prevented them from having a fair shot at the exam.”

JEE Main 2023 exam will have three papers, Paper 1 for BE/BTech course admission, Paper 2A for BArch admission and Paper 2B for BPlan course admission. The total duration of the exam will be of three hours and will consist of Multiple Choice (MCQ) and Integer Value (Numerical Value Answer) type questions. Paper 1 will have a total of 90 questions while Paper 2A and 2B will have 82 and 105 questions respectively.

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