Hyderabad(Hyd): Candidates who surfaced in JEE Mains examination stated that the maths segment has been lengthy. Although, they stated that the queries of aptitude, drawing & scheduling sections have been easy.
JEE Mains maths consume time
One such candidates stated that 4 to 5 queries taken over the regular time.
The other candidates stated that though, the exam has been easy compared to previously session, queries in math segment have been lengthy.
In Telangana (TL) State, JEE Mains have been held in 27 centres. The exams have been held in 2 sessions, from nine a.m. to 12 afternoon & three p.m. to six p.m.
COVID-19: Precautionary steps
In the exam centres, officials given masks to candidates. Social distancing rules have been also followed in the centres.
“I faced no issue. They’d made all proper arrangements & guided the candidates,” stated a candidate who wrote the examination in a center in LB Nagar in Hyderabad(Hyd).
Candidates had approached the centers 2 hours before the examination. There have been tense moments for some who arrived late in a couple of centers in Hyderabad(Hyd).
Some of the parents complained that they’d to cover a 40-50 km gap to approach the centers.
Parents, who accompanied the candidates, stated they’d a hard time in approaching the centers as the Road Transport Corporation (RTC) has still not resumed activities awhile metro solutions remained discontinued.
JEE Mains examination in TS, AP
For JEE (Main) 72,681 candidates have lodged in AP & 67,319 in Telangana (TL).
The COVID-19 scare resulted in 35 percent dip in registrations for JEE compared to the 1st stage conducted in Jan. Each yr., the examination is conducted in 2 stages – Jan & Apr & the finest score is taken into consideration for admission.
In Jan, 1,29,100 candidates had surfaced within the examination in AP awhile 1,00,129 candidates had written the test in Telangana (TL).