JEE Main 2020: January Admit Card Released, Exam on 6th to 11th January
Published on : 6th December 2019 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
JEE Main Admit Card 2020 for January session has now available at the official website. The exam will be held from 6th to 11th January 2020.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the admit card for the JEE Main 2020 January session exam. Applicants who will be going to appear in the examination can download their JEE Main 2020 January Admit Card through the websites - nta.ac.in or jeemain.nta.nic.in. As per the official release, the engineering entrance exam, JEE Main 2020 will be conducted in shifts from 6th to 11th January 2020.
The JEE Main hall ticket will contain details of the January 2020 exam venue and time slot. The three-hour exam will be held via online mode for both paper-I for admission to engineering courses and paper-II for admission to architecture courses. There will be two shifts, conducting for the exam. The morning shift will begin at 9:30 am and the afternoon shift will begin at 2:30 pm.
How to Download JEE Main 2020 January Admit Card
- Visit the official website link of JEE Main i.e. www.jeemain.nic.in.
- Now, Click on ‘JEE Main (2020)’ link, and then explore the ‘download admit card’ link.
- The process will direct you to a new page.
- In the new page, registered with your user id and password to download the admit card.
- Your JEE Main 2020 hall ticket will appear on the screen.
- Have the admit card and take a print out for further reference.
Check the direct link of JEE Main January 2020 Syllabus
Documents Required To Carry at the JEE Main 2020 Exam
Along with the admit card, test-takers will have to carry important documents, which are listed down-below:
- Bring a copy of photo identity card
- 3 Passport size photograph
- JEE Main 2020 admit card
- Candidates belonging to PwD category need to carry a certificate issued by the competent authority
Among with a huge change, the exam conducting authority NTA has revised the exam pattern by reducing the number of questions per subject, adding numerical-based questions. Check complete details by clicking here.