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Press Release
Dated: 25-08-2020

Subject: Conduct of JEE (Main) April/September 2020 and NEET (UG)
May/September 2020
On the request of the students, the JEE (Main) and NEET (UG), which were earlier scheduled to be held in the month of July, were postponed to be held in the month of September 2020. In view of the academic interest of the students, these exams are now
scheduled to be held as follows:

  1. JEE (Main) – 1-09-2020 to 6-9-2020
  2. NEET (UG)- 13-9-2020
    The Hon’ble Supreme Court has also, inter alia, ordered that “We find that there is absolutely no justification in the prayer made for postponement of the examination in question relating to NEET UG-2020 as well as JEE (Main) April, 2020.” NTA has, since then, released Admit Cards of JEE (Main) Examination. The Admit Cards of NEET (UG) 2020 will also be released shortly and the NTA has ensured that more than 99% candidates get their first choice of Centre Cities in both of these examinations. The number of Examination Centers have also been increased from 570 to 660 (in case of JEE Main) and 2546 to 3843 (in case of NEET (UG) 2020). JEE (Main) is Computer Based Test (CBT) and NEET (UG) is pen paper-based test. Additionally, in case of JEE (Main), the number of shifts has been increased from the earlier 8 to 12, and the number of candidates per shift has been reduced from earlier 1.32 lakh to 85000 now

8.58 lakh and 15.97 lakh candidates have been registered for JEE (Main) and NEET (UG) 2020 respectively. State wise distribution of candidates and centers, applicable to the ensuing examinations in September 2020, vis-a-vis the examinations held last (January 2020 for JEE (Main) and May 2019 for NEET (UG)) is attached at Annexure 1 and Annexure 2. In order to meet the social
distancing requirements, there has been a substantial increase in the number of centres. In order to ensure proper social distancing inside the examination halls, the candidates will be seated in alternate seats in case of JEE (Main). In case of NEET
(UG), the number of candidates per room has been reduced from earlier 24 to 12, now. For ensuring social distancing outside the examination hall, the entry and exit of candidates has been staggered. Adequate arrangements have also been made outside the examination centers to enable candidates stand with adequate social distancing, while waiting. Candidates have also been issued advisory guiding them about “Do’s and Don’ts” for proper social distancing. NTA has also written to the States Governments to extend support in local movement of the candidates so that they are able to reach their examination centres
on time. The NTA assures all candidates a safe environment for tests and solicits cooperation from the candidates and their parents in following the standard operating procedures

JEE NEET state wise report
JEE NEET state wise report


  1. As a precaution for COVID-19, the candidate must reach centre as indicated against Reporting/Entry time at centre.
  2. No candidate shall be permitted to enter after the Gate Closing Time.
  3. No candidate shall be permitted to leave the Examination Room/ Hall before the end of the examination.
  4. On completion of the examination, please wait for instructions from Invigilator and do not get up from your seat until advised. The
    candidates will be permitted to move out one at a time only.
  5. All candidates are required to download and carefully read the Instructions and Advisory for COVID-19 given with the Admit Card and
    strictly adhere to them.
  6. This Admit Card and related details are in four pages – Page 1 contains the Centre details and Self Declaration (Undertaking) form
    regarding COVID-19, page 2 has “Important instruction for candidates” and page 3 and 4 have “Advisory for candidates
    regarding COVID-19”. The candidate has to download all the four pages.
  7. The Admit Card is provisional, subject to satisfying the eligibility conditions as given in the Information Bulletin.
  8. Candidates are suggested to visit the examination venue, a day in advance to see the arrangements at the centre, so that they do not
    face any problem on the day of examination.
  9. If religion/customs require you to wear specific attire, please visit centre early for thorough checking.
  10. No Candidate would be allowed to enter the Examination Centre, without Admit Card, Valid ID Proof and proper frisking.
    Frisking through Handheld Metal Detector (HHMD) will be carried out without touching body.
  11. Candidates are advised to carry only the following items with them into the examination venue:
    a) Admit Card along with Self Declaration (Undertaking) downloaded from the NTA website (a clear printout on A4
    size paper) duly filled in.
    b) A simple transparent Ball Point Pen
    c) Additional photograph, to be pasted on attendance sheet
    d) Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
    e) Personal transparent water bottle
  12. Before reaching the Centre, the candidates must enter required details in the Undertaking in legible handwriting, put their signature
    and paste the Photograph at the appropriate place. They should ensure that their Left-Hand Thumb Impression is clear and not
  13. Candidate must carry “Any one of the original and valid Photo Identification Proof issued by the government” – PAN
    card/Driving License/Voter ID/12th Class Board Admit or Registration card/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (With photograph)/ E-Aadhaar/
    Ration Card./ Aadhaar Enrolment No. with Photo. All other ID/Photocopies of IDs even if attested/scanned photo of IDs in mobile
    phone will NOT be considered as valid ID Proof.
  14. The candidate must bring PwD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming relaxation under PwD category.
    The scribe must also carry his/ her own Self Declaration(Undertaking) regarding educational qualification, etc., passport
    size photograph, valid government identity and self-declaration (Undertaking) regarding COVID-19 (as per format given on
    Page-1). The candidate must also bring her/his Own Scribe.
  15. For Drawing Test – Part III of B.Arch., the candidate must bring their own Geometry Box Set, Pencils, Erasers and Colour
    pencils or Crayons. The Candidates are NOT allowed to use water colour on Drawing Sheet.
  16. Candidates are NOT allowed to carry any personal belongings including electronic devices, mobile phone and other banned/
    prohibited items listed in the Information Bulletin to the Examination Centre. Examination Officials will not be responsible for safe
    keep of personal belongings and there will be no such facility.
  17. Shoes/footwear with thick soles and garments with large buttons are NOT permitted.
  18. 5 Blank paper sheets for rough work will be provided in the examination Hall/Room. Candidates must write their name and Roll
    Number at the top of the sheet and must drop in the designated drop box without fail, before leaving the examination Hall/Room.
    Failure to do so may result in non-evaluation of your answers.
  19. Duly filled Admit Card at the end of examination must be dropped in the designated drop box. Failure to do so may result in nonevaluation of your answers.
  20. No Candidate should adopt any unfair means or indulge in any unfair examination practices as the examination centers are under
    surveillance of CCTV and equipped with Jammers.
  21. If at any stage, it is found that the candidate has submitted multiple Applications and/or appeared in more than one date/shift, then
    the candidature will be cancelled and legal action will be taken including debarring in all future examinations conducted by NTA.
  22. Candidates are advised to check updates on NTAs website regularly. They should also check their mailbox on the registered E-mail
    address and SMS in their registered Mobile No. for latest updates and information.


NTA will implement Social Distancing measures as per Government of India guidelines in current scenario of COVID-19 to ensure health
&safety of the candidates. Adequate measures are implemented for safety of all without compromising the high standards, sanctity, and
fairness in conduct of the examination. Candidates are also required to adhere to guidelines and new process for Social Distancing and
hygiene to ensure safety &health of their own and fellow candidates.
For safety purposes, NTA strongly advises candidates not to bring anything other than permitted items. However, in case of unavoidable
situation, there will be arrangement to store the bags at centres at owner’s risk.
Preparation at centre

  1. Standard Operating Procedures for implementing safety precautions and for maintaining required standard of hygiene are getting
  2. Before each shift starts (and after last shift of the candidate) Seating Area will be thoroughly sanitized – monitor, keyboard, mouse,
    webcam, desk and the chair. All door handles, staircase railing, lift buttons, etc will be disinfected. Wheelchairs (if present at the
    venue) will be disinfected.
  3. Gap between 2 seats will be maintained as per GOI guidelines.
  4. Hand Sanitizer will be available at entry and inside the exam venue at various places for candidates and centre staff to use.
  5. Barcode readers will be available at the entry point to scan barcode on the admit card. The Lab number will be informed to the
    candidate at this point.
  6. Rough sheets will be kept at all desks before start of exam by invigilators wearing gloves to ensure hygiene.
  7. It is ensured that all the processes are touch free to ensure Social Distancing norms.
  8. Candidate to reach centre as per the Reporting/Entry time at Centre given in the Admit Card to avoid any crowding at the centre at the
    time of entry and to maintain social distancing.
    Pre-Exam Preparation
  9. Candidate to check Reporting/ Entry time at Centre given in the Admit Card and to reach centre as per Reporting time only to avoid
    any crowding at the centre at the time of entry and to maintain social distancing.
  10. Candidate should fill Admit card as per instructions completely and properly.
  11. In case of candidate with scribe, both the candidate and the scribe must bring their own mask. Candidates will be permitted
    to carry only certain items with them into the venue:
    •Exam related documents (Admit Card, ID card, etc. Please refer Admit Card for more details)
    •A simple transparent Ball Point Pen
    •Additional photograph, to be pasted on attendance sheet
    •Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
    •Personal transparent water bottle
    At time of Entry
  12. Candidates need to maintain a space of at least 6 feet from each other at all the time. Queue manager / ropes and Floor Marks will be
    arranged outside the centre, follow the instructions provided by centre staff.
  13. Lab number will not be displayed outside the centre to avoid any crowding at any one place in any situation.
  14. Candidates will be required to sanitize hands by washing with soap and with Hand Sanitizer before entry in centre. Hand sanitizer will
    be available at various locations in the centre.
  15. Candidate should bring duly filled in Admit card as per instructions.
  16. Candidate will be offered a fresh 3 Ply mask before entry. In order to stop chances of any UFM being used in the
    examination, the candidate is expected to wear the freshly provided mask at the centre. The candidate will be required to
    remove the mask worn by him/ her from home, and use the mask provided at centre only.
  17. Candidate should bring Identity Proof and other documents as advised under Point-11 &13 of IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR
    CANDIDATES given on Page-2.
  18. Do not bring prohibited items to exam centre as there are no arrangements available for safe keeping your belongings. Please refer
    Point-11 of IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR CANDIDATES given on Page-2 for permitted items.
  19. At time of entry, the filled in Undertaking on Admit Card, and body temperature (using Thermo Guns) will be checked and centre staff
    will guide you to respective labs after scanning bar code at Admit Card. Candidates are required to strictly adhere to instructions
    provided by centre staff.
  20. Please observe that no-one will be denied permission to appear for examination, until he/ she violates the covid-19
    directives/advisories of Government (Central/State) applicable on the day of exam and instructions mentioned in the Admit Card.


During Examination

  1. Five A4 size sheets will be kept at each candidate’s desk for use by candidate for Rough work. If Additional sheets are required for
    rough work by the candidate, the same shall be made available on demand.
  2. Before each shift starts (and after last shift of the candidate) Seating Area will be thoroughly sanitized – monitor keyboard, mouse,
    webcam, desk and the chair. Candidates can further sanitize the same with sanitizers that will be made available in the examination
  3. Candidates are required to paste passport size photograph and sign on the Attendance sheet after sanitizing hands with sanitizer
    After Examination
  4. On completion of a shift, the candidates will be permitted to move out in an orderly manner one candidate at a time. Please wait for
    instructions from invigilator and do not get up from your seat until advised.
  5. Candidate must drop the Admit Card and Rough Sheets in the advised boxes after displaying to the staff available next to
    drop box. If any candidate misses to drop Admit Card or Rough Sheets in boxes, action (which also includes disqualification
    from the exam) can be taken against him.

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