JEE Main 2023 Registration at jeemain.nta.nic.in: According to the official notification, NTA has decided that Tamil Nadu candidates who have passed Class 10 exam in 2021 can apply for JEE Main Session 1 exam.
JEE Main 2023 Update: The National Testing Agency (NTA), the examination conducting body has released an important notification exclusively for the students of Tamil Nadu who are planning to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 exam. According to the official notification, NTA has decided that Tamil Nadu candidates who have passed Class 10 exam in 2021 can apply for JEE Main Session 1 exam. “Pass year” and “school board” options will be disabled and the related fields for Marks/CGPA will be invisible for Tamil Nadu State Board candidates who have passed 10th class in 2021.
Aspirants can check the official advertisement by visiting NTA JEE website jeemain.nta.nic.in and nta.ac.in. “Due to the outbreak of COVID, no examination was conducted for the 10th batch of 2021. Accordingly, no marks were awarded in the mark sheet and ‘pass’ is printed in all subjects with a disclaimer – “As per GO (Ms) No. 48, School Education (GE) Department Date: 25.02.2021 All candidates who studied SSLC in the academic year 2020-21 are declared passed,” NTA said in an official notification.
“It has been decided that while filling the online Application Form of JEE (Main) – Session 1 2023, when the candidate selects ‘Passing Year’ in 2021 as ‘School Board’ Tamil Nadu State School Examination (Sec.), the Result Mode field will be disabled and the Marks / related fields for CGPA will be invisible for Tamil Nadu State Board candidates who have passed Class 10 in 2021,” the notification said.
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This decision has been taken after the NTA received some representations from Tamil Nadu State Board candidates who passed the 10th class examination in 2021. Due to the outbreak of COVID, no examination was conducted for the 2021 batch of 10th class. According to the report of news agency IANS, it should be noted that around 40,000 students who appeared for Tamil Nadu JEE and Tamil Nadu state board exams for 10th standard do not have marks for the tenth exam. Mandatory criteria for applying in JEE.
With no marks to show in the 10th class examination, several students from Tamil Nadu had to face a tough situation to apply for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Students have no 10th marks to produce as they were passed by the Tamil Nadu Board due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020-21.
NTA has decided that candidates from Tamil Nadu who have cleared Class X examination in 2021 can register for JEE Main 2023 examination. For those candidates who have already filled the application form, year 2021, school board Tamil Nadu School Examination (sac.) and paid the fee, the same rule will be applicable, which is the Result Mode field. disabled and the fields total marks, marks obtained and percentage will be invisible on the application form.
For more instructions related to JEE (Main) – 2023, candidates are advised to visit NTA official websites (www.nta.ac.in) and (https://jeemain.nta.nic.in) for latest updates. updates