JEE Main 2023: The National Test Agency (NTA) is prepared to conduct the JEE Main 2023 day 2 shift 1 exam today, January 25, 2023. Students appearing for the day 2 shift 1 JEE Main 2023 examination are requested to bring their JEE Main 2023 admit card along with them. Any student who fails to bring the admit card will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
JEE Main 2023 Shift Timings
The below table contains the JEE Main 2023 shift reporting timings for day 2 examinations.
|Events||First Shift||Second Shift|
|JEE Main 2023 exam timing||9 am - 12 pm||3 pm - 6 pm|
|Entry into exam centre||7:00 am - 8:30 am||1 pm - 2:30 pm|
|JEE Main 2023 instructions provided by the invigilator||8:30 am - 8:50 am||2:30 am - 2:50 pm|
|Reading time for instructions||8:50 am||2:50 pm|
Students are requested to be present at the exam center 30 minutes before the examination time. Please read all the above information carefully before giving the examination.
JEE Main 2023 Dos
Below listed are the things that need to be done by a candidate.
- Students are requested to verify the reporting time at the examination centre, gate closing time, exam shift and timings as indicated on the JEE Main admit card.
- Students are not allowed to carry items inside the exam hall except JEE Main admit card 2023, valid photo ID proof and a transparent ball point pen.
- Candidates should avoid carrying any of the barred items including wristwatches, digital watches or smartwatches, bracelets, cameras, ornaments, metallic items, cell phones, electronic gadgets, etc.
- All calculations/ writing work is to be done only in the rough sheet provided inside the examination hall by the invigilator.
- A seat indicating JEE Main roll number will be allotted to each candidate. Aspirants should find and sit in their allocated seats only
JEE Main 2023 Don'ts
Below listed are the things that need to be avoided by a candidate during the JEE Main 2023 examination
- Students carrying any item or article which has been prohibited or can be used for unfair practices, or any other material or information relevant or not relevant to the examination in the paper concerned.
- If a candidate failed to appear on the scheduled date or time of the test for any reason, no re-test will be conducted by the NTA under any circumstances.
- Impersonating someone in order to write the examination or preparing material for copying.
- Intimidating or threatening any official involved in the examination process or any candidate.
- The National Test Agency (NTA) may declare any other malpractices to be unfair means.