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NEW DELHI: The first cycle of JEE (Main) 2021, performed for the primary time in 13 languages, for admission to engineering programs recorded an all-time excessive of 95.1% attendance. The exams concluded on Friday and the outcomes are anticipated within the first week of March. The exams had been performed throughout 331 cities, which embody 10 cities exterior India.
In 2020 within the midst of the pandemic, Paper 1 (for engineering) and Paper 2 (structure) had seen low attendance of 81.6% and 54.7% respectively. This 12 months, 6.52 lakh engineering aspirants turned up for the exams which was performed over three days, every day having two periods. In paper 2, 81.2% of slightly over 63,000 registered candidates took the check. Overall attendance for the JEE (Main) 2021 February cycle stood at 94%. In 2019, the general attendance recorded was 90.four%, whereas in 2018 it was 87.5%.
A senior NTA official stated, “This is a record attendance for paper one which is for BTech and BE programmes … It is also all-time high for overall attendance as generally it has been hovering around 90% to 92%.”
He stated one of many causes for prime attendance is “probably because most of the Board exams including those of CBSE had been scheduled for May instead of mid-February, which allowed candidates to prepare for the exam and take it in a more relaxed manner”.
Apart from English and Hindi, the a number of selection computer-based exams had been additionally performed in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. The second cycle of the check could be performed from March 15 to March 18 for which new registration and correction window would open from March 1 for candidates to use or decide out of the March and subsequent cycles.


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