JEE Main 2020 : Chemistry - Numerical Value Based Question

JEE Main 2020 Latest test pattern has been revised by NTA. As per the revised JEE Main test pattern 2020, the question leaflet of B.E./B.Tech. will have a complete of seventy five question from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Out of the whole queries in JEE Main 2020 paper one, each subject will have 20 objective type multiple choice questions along with 5 numerical based questions.

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27 March, 2020, 12:11 pm

JEE Main 2020 : Math - Numerical Value Based Question

JEE Main 2020 Latest test pattern has been revised by NTA. As per the revised JEE Main test pattern 2020, the question leaflet of B.E./B.Tech. will have a complete of seventy five question from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Out of the whole queries in JEE Main 2020 paper one, each subject will have 20 objective type multiple choice questions along with 5 numerical based questions.

We are providing the JEE aspirants practice new numerical-value-based questions introduced in the NTA latest pattern

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26 March, 2020, 3:02 pm

JEE Main admit card 2020 : Why it is delayed, when to expect

While the HRD has assured that the new date sheets will be released keeping students' interest in mind, the most frequently asked question is when will it be?

After the outbreak of coronavirus in India, the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main has been postponed. The entrance test was scheduled to be held from April 7 onward and nearly 9 lakh students are expected to appear for it. Since teachers, invigilators and parents accompanying students were also to throng at the exam center, therefore to avoid mass gathering amid the pandemic, the exams have been postponed.

While the reason is understandable, students who awaiting the JEE Main and other engineering entrance exams are feeling anxious. Moreover, board exams are also to be held in the same period. While the HRD has assured that the new date sheets will be released keeping students’ interest in mind, the most frequently asked question is when that will be.

As per the notice released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) – the exam conducting body, the new dates will be announced on March 31. Since the admit cards also contain the exam date, venue and other details, the JEE Main admit cards are also expected to be released on the same date. This is, however, if the spread of coronavirus pandemic is controlled by March 31. As of now, cases in India have seen an exponential rise and reached 415.

A total of 9,21,261 students had registered for the JEE Main January session and more students are expected to appear for April since those who had already appeared for the exam will be attempting it again along with new applicants. In 2019, as man as 18,65,063 candidates registered, including both January and April sessions, as informed by the NTA. Meanwhile, screenshots of questions allegedly taken during JEE Main January exam were found circulating online while the exam was being held. The NTA however, has denied possibility of any leak.

 

23 March, 2020, 12:24 pm

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21 March, 2020, 5:30 pm

CBSE board, NIOS, JEE (Main), University Exams Postponed for 10 days due to Coronavirus Epidemic

However, the ICSE and ISC Board examinations will go on as per schedule.

The Union government Wednesday ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and all higher education institutions to postpone ongoing examinations for 10 days given the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.

Following the order, CBSE postponed Board examinations scheduled from March 19 to March 31. This includes re-examination for students in Northeast Delhi affected by the recent riots. The Board will announce the new exam schedule by the end of the month after “re-assessment of the situation”.

The National Testing Agency (NTA), too, put JEE (Main), scheduled to be held on Apri 5, 7,8 and 9, on hold. “We will announce fresh dates soon,” NTA Chief Vineet Joshi told. JEE (Main) is the entrance examination for admission to National Institutes of Technology.

According to a senior officer in the HRD Ministry, the Wednesday order is binding on all higher education institutions, irrespective of whether they are run by private management, the Centre or state governments. “UGC will issue an order tomorrow (March 19) to this effect,” the officer said.

The HRD Ministry has requested the state governments also to reschedule the ongoing state board examinations for Class X and XII students. “For now, Uttar Pradesh has put all examinations on hold, on its own, till April 2. Other state governments will take a call on our request after approval from the authorities concerned,” the above officer added.

However, the ICSE and ISC Board examinations will go on as per schedule. Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive and Secretary of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) told, “We haven’t received any orders from the government yet. We have eight papers left for the Class XII students and six for the Class X students, which should finish by March 31 and 30, respectively. The Class 12 paper tomorrow (March 19) will be held.”

Earlier in the day, CISCE had announced that all examiners would evaluate answer scripts from their respective homes. CBSE, meanwhile, has suspended evaluation work till March 31.

The HRD Ministry’s order comes in the wake of increasing cases of COVID-19 infection being reported from India. Till Wednesday, the total number of reported cases stood at 151. There have been two COVID-19 related deaths.

The government said the step was taken to ensure the “safety and security” of students appearing for the exams and their teachers and parents. Although CBSE had already issued detailed instructions on precautions to be taken, the government said “it is noted that during examinations, large number of parents/guardians accompany their wards”

“Since JEE Mains may require travel by examinees to different towns and the dates may clash with rescheduled CBSE and other Board exams therefore, JEE Mains should be rescheduled and the new date of JEE Mains will be announced on 31.03.2020…,” the ministry order states.

On Wednesday, the ministry also held a meeting with State Open Universities to plan for all higher education institutions to move classes online till they are closed.

19 March, 2020, 11:29 am

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17 March, 2020, 4:16 pm

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