IIT JEE Main 2021: While the registration process is to conclude soon, the candidates can avoid certain mistakes in filling the application form

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Highlights on IIT JEE Main 2021:

As the registration process for IIT JEE Mains 2021 is about to conclude, the students are advised to avoid certain common mistakes while filling the application form.

Mumbai: As per the revised dates announced by the NTA, the IIT JEE Mains registration process will conclude on 23rd January 2021. The application correction dates have also been revised. The correction window will remain open from 27th January to 30th January 2021.

The first session of the IIT JEE Mains 2021 exams is scheduled to be held from 23rd February to 26th February 2021. It will be held in four sessions this year. The Admit cards for the February session will be released in the second week of February.

The candidates can avoid following common mistakes to spare themselves from the hassle of correcting the application forms filled:

  • The candidates should fill a correct mobile number and email address preferably their own as all the further communication will be done through mail and SMS by NTA.
  • The candidates shall select the language option for the question paper very carefully as they won’t be able to change it at a later stage. Also, they need to select their preferred examination centres with utmost care as any request for change will not be entertained by the authorities later.
  • IIT JEE Mains 2021 Application process has four steps i.e. registration, filling the form, uploading the documents and payment of the fee. The candidates should ensure that they complete all the four steps without which their application will not be accepted.
  • The candidates are also advised to get themselves registered only on the official website. Recently, NTA had issued a notice warning the students against the fake website accepting online application and fee.

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