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JEE Main: NTA said JEE Mains students may be barred even on the basis of post exam analysis – JEE Main: Those who pass JEE Main by cheating will get into bad trouble later, this new trick of NTA will catch the cleverness, Education News


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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has warned the candidates of the engineering entrance exam JEE Main against using unfair means during the exam. NTA has said that no JEE Main candidate should try to cheat or cheat in the examination. Even if someone cheats or adopts wrong tactics and gets away from the exam quietly, he can be caught later. His cleverness will come to light during post exam data analysis. It is noteworthy that JEE Main Session-2 examination is starting from today, Thursday 4th April. NTA said that it will analyze the post exam video data to detect any kind of fraud. Besides, the logs of attempting questions will also be checked.

According to the news published in Times of India, NTA will also use AI for remote biometric matching of candidates. NTA said it has already identified four cases of unfair means in JEE Main Phase-1 with the help of post-exam data analysis techniques. JEE Main computer-based examination will be conducted from today at 544 centers in 297 cities. A total of 12.57 lakh candidates have registered for Session-2, out of which 75 per cent have already appeared for the January session. The exam for Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech) will be conducted in two shifts each day from April 4 to April 9 and for Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Planning) on ‚Äč‚ÄčApril 12.

NTA Director General Subodh Kumar Singh said that stringent measures like multi-level verification, biometric authentication, eKYC and frisking of candidates, monitoring staff and any other concerned officials have been taken to prevent cheating and ensure fairness of the examination. Even if a candidate goes to the toilet during the exam, he/she will have to undergo mandatory frisking and biometric verification again.

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Singh said that any attempt to compromise the transparency of the examination may lead to cancellation of the candidate’s candidature and the candidate may be debarred from appearing for the examination in the current year and in future.

Let us tell you that JEE Main examination is conducted twice a year (in two sessions). There are two papers in JEE Main. Paper-1 gives admission to BE/B.Tech. Paper-1 is conducted for admission to Undergraduate Engineering courses (BE/B.Tech) in NITs, IIITs, CFTIs and other participating State Government funded/recognized institutes/universities. JEE Main exam is also a qualifying exam for JEE Advanced which is conducted for admission to IITs. Paper-2 is conducted for admission to B.Arch and B. Planning courses in the country.

After the completion of JEE Main examinations of both the sessions, the rank of the students will be released on the basis of the best NTA score of both the sessions. Candidates securing first 2,50,000 ranks in JEE Main result will be eligible to apply for JEE Advanced test. Admission to IIT is done through JEE Advanced.