JEE Main’s first phase examination begins, physics questions confused | JEE Main’s first phase examination begins, physics questions confused CB News

JEE Main’s first phase examination begins, physics questions confused | JEE Main’s first phase examination begins, physics questions confused

82 questions of 400 marks were asked in B-Arch
The B-Arch exam was conducted in three parts. The first part was of Mathematics, the second part was of Aptitude Test and the third part was of Drawing. A total of 82 questions were asked carrying 400 marks. There were 20 multiple choice questions and 10 numerical value questions of 100 marks from Mathematics. Two questions were asked in Aptitude Test carrying 50 marks for 200 marks and in Drawing for 100 marks.

Got admission by original photo id only
In addition to the JEE Main admit card, the original photo ID was also mandatory to enter the exam centre. Anti was discontinued half an hour before the exam. The lab was allotted from the bar code reader given in the admit card by thermal scanning at the entrance. Social distancing was followed and all the norms related to Kovid were strictly followed. According to the guidelines issued by the NTA, the students were given masks at the center, personal masks had to be left outside the center.

Ban on carrying pencil box and other items
Candidates had to carry one passport size photograph and one ID proof along with the admit card. No student will be given entry without verification. Instruments, geometry, pencil boxes, hand purses or any kind of paper, electronic items, water bottles were not allowed inside the hall.

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