JEE Main 2021 Fourth Session has been rescheduled for August, JEE Main New Dates

 

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The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2021's fourth session has been rescheduled. Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Education Minister, has declared that there would be at least a four-week break between the two sessions. Previously, there was just a two-day break between the third and fourth sessions. Students were outraged, claiming that two days was insufficient time to focus on weak aspects and improve grades.


According to Pradhan, "the NTA has been advised to provide a break of four weeks between session 3 and session 4 of the JEE(Main) 2021 Exam in light of the constant demand from the student community and to enable the candidates to maximize their performance."


The fourth session of the JEE Main, which was scheduled to begin on July 27, will instead take place in August. Pradhan stated that the test would now be held on the 26th, 27th, and 31st of August. It will also take place on September 1st and 2nd. 7.32 lakh applicants have already enrolled for JEE Main 2021 session 4, and the registration process is still ongoing.


When the dates for the third session were moved, it was believed that the fourth session would be postponed even more. The third session of JEE Main was scheduled to end on July 25, however, when the admission card was published, NTA stated that it will continue till July 27. Furthermore, the application period for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains 2021 was originally set to last three days, but it was extended to July 15. The Union Education Minister has now said that applications would be accepted until July 20. Students who have not applied yet should do so at nta.ac.in or jeemain.nta.nic.in.


"It has been decided to extend the final day for: submission of online application form by new candidates and withdrawal/ rectification by existing/ interested applicants for the test," the NTA stated in an official announcement.


Students who had requested a postponement of the exam would be relieved. Normally, there is a break of roughly 20 days between two sessions; however, with Pokhriyal's latest statements, the gap was just two days. Many students protested that this would not give them enough time to improve their grades.


Angadh Verma, a class 12 student and JEE Main candidate at Seth Anandram Jaipuria School in Ghaziabad, told news18.com, "I appeared for the February try and received a 98.8 percentile mark." I planned to participate for both the April and May tries to increase my score, but with such a short wait time, it appears that I should just present for the April try."


Verma is also preparing for JEE Advanced and stated, "With JEE Advanced 2020 students also getting to appear for 2021 attempt, the competition for IIT entrance will increase thus I would want to give more focus there because in the 2-day gap it is unlikely that we could work on mistakes and improve rank."

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