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JEE Main 2023: Know how was shift 1 paper? read exam guidelines here

JEE Main exam 2023: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has started session 1 of JEE Main 2023 today, 24 January. On the first day, the Engineering paper (BE/B.Tech; Paper 1) is conducted in two shifts. The first shift started at 9 am and ended at 12 noon. The second shift of exams is to be conducted between 3 pm to 6 pm.

Bring these things to the examination centre

As per the exam guidelines, candidates have to carry an admit card and valid ID proof. The hall ticket download link is available at the official website — — JEE paper analysis and answer key details for BE, and B.Tech exams will be made available after the shift is over.

At the same time, NTA said that some candidates have filled out multiple applications, and their candidature has been stopped. They will not give the exam on the 24th and 25th of January. 

JEE Main 2023: Shift 1 exam analysis

As per the analysis of JEE Main 2023, JEE Main B.Tech paper consisted of three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. All subjects consisted of two sections – 1 and 2. JEE B.Tech section 1 had 20 multiple choices (MCQ) questions with one correct answer while section 2 had 10 numerical-based questions out of which only 5 had to be answered.

Self-declaration form

The NTA Hall Ticket also contains a Self-declaration form JEE Main 2023. Candidates need to fill and submit it to the invigilator. Candidates appearing for BE and B.Tech exams today will have to report at the exam centre two hours before the commencement of the exam.

Also read:- JEE Main 2023: Session 1 exam to start tomorrow, read important guidelines here

JEE Main 2023: Exam Guidelines

Candidates must carry the admit card, self-declaration form, valid photo ID in original and a ballpoint pen with them.

Applicants appearing for the BE, BTech exam will have to report today at 7 am for the morning shift and 1 pm for the shift starting from 3 pm.

There is no specific JEE Main dress code. However, candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall if they wear jewellery, scarves or shirts with big buttons.

Admit Card

Firstly, NTA has not released the admit card for all the exam dates at once. On January 21, NTA made available the admit cards for the first day of the exam and announced that hall tickets for subsequent dates would be released later. For the exam to be held at later dates, one needs to log in with JEE registration number and date of birth.

Also read:- HBSE Exam 2023: Board announces dates for practical exam, check schedule here

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