Main JEE 2022: The application process for the National Level Engineer Entrance Examination – JEE Main 2022 is on. The application and registration process started on March 1 and will remain open until March 31 at jeemain.nta.nic.in and nta.ac.in. Students who wish to apply for admission to engineering or architecture schools can take the exam. This year, the communication will take place in two sessions. The application process for session 1 is open now.
The exam will take place from April 16 to 21 in several languages. Along with filling out the form, students will also need to select their exam city as well as the exam mode. It is more crucial this year to fill in the application form correctly as no change options will be offered to students as announced by the NTA. In addition, several changes have been introduced this year. Here is a guide to help you complete the JEE Master Applications.
JEE Main 2022: how to apply
Step 1: Visit jeemain.nta.nic.in
Step 2: Click “Register for JEE Main 2022”
Step 3: Fill in the personal information requested in the form, note the number generated by the system
Step 4: Create a password and choose a security question
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Step 5: Use the system generated number and password you created yourself to log in
Step 6: Upload documents
Step 7: Pay fees, download receipt and confirmation page
JEE Main 2022: How to Select Exam Mode
This year JEE Main will be held in multiple languages including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Applicants will need to select the mode of questioning when filling out the application form. Don’t forget to click the language mode when filling out the form. The option to change the exam mode will not be available later, so candidates should remember not to miss the option. Preview the application form before submitting it.
Last year, in 2021, most candidates took the JEE in English. Out of more than 7.15 lakh students who took the JEE Main session 1 exam, just over 6.70 lakh students took the exam in English. Among Indian languages, Hindi was the most preferred with 23,751 applicants. A total of 21,609 candidates sat the exam in regional languages including Bengali, Gujrati, Kannada, Malyama, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.
JEE Main 2021: How to Select Exam City
Last year, JEE Main was hacked and some experts took remote exams on behalf of students. The investigation uncovered the involvement of a gang who charged hundreds of thousands of rupees in exchange for a college seat. Several examination centers including one at Sonepat have been hacked. It was revealed that many applicants, even from different states, selected the center that was allegedly hacked.
This year, therefore, the NTA has not allowed aspirants to see a list of all exam cities. The list of cities where the exams will take place will only be available after a candidate has provided their address. Based on the current and permanent address, students will be able to view exam cities in their own vicinity.
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