JEE examination will now be four times a year according to the new schedule. The Ministry has taken this decision to provide appropriate opportunities to students in view of the Corona transition. With this initiative of the Ministry of Education, now more students will be able to take the exam. More opportunities will be available for students in JEE examination than before.
Giving information on the conduct of JEE examination, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said, “The JEE (Main) exam is proposed to be conducted four times in the whole year of 2021. It will begin in late February. After this, it will be held for 3-4 days each time in March, April and May 2021. “
While the Union Education Ministry has announced a new schedule for another JEE exam, the syllabus for these exams has also been shared. It has been attempted by the Ministry of Education that there should not be any confusion among the students regarding the syllabus of JEE examinations.
On the facts related to the syllabus of JEE, the Union Education Minister explained in detail that the syllabus of JEE (Main) 2021 exam will remain the same as the previous year. However, to overcome the effect of syllabus reduction, the papers for JEE (Main) 2021 will consist of 90 questions (30 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics), out of which 75 questions (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics each) 25 questions) have to be answered.
Apart from JEE examinations, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank also gave information about NEET examinations and its syllabus by students, parents and teachers.
NEET examinations are conducted all over the country for medical studies. The Ministry of Education as well as the Union Ministry of Health have an important role in these examinations.
Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said, “Any decision to conduct NEET examination next year in 2021 will be taken only after consultation with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the National Medical Commission.”