New Delhi, 4 May (Agency)
JEE-Mains Engineering Entrance Examination to be held in May has been postponed due to the situation made by Kovid-19. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank announced on Tuesday that in view of the current status of Kovid-19, the May 2021 session examination of JEE (Main) related to admission in the Faculty of Engineering has been postponed. Nishank tweeted that more information about this can be obtained from the official website of the National Examination Agency (NTA). The National Examination Agency (NTA) is conducting the JEE (Main) 2021 exam in four sessions, keeping in mind the convenience of the candidates. Of this, the first session has been held from 23 to 26 February and the second session from 16 to 18 March 2021. The public notice of the NTA stated that the third session of JEE (Main) was postponed which was to be held on 27,28 and 30 April. It said that it has also been decided to postpone the May 2021 session of JEE (Main) which was scheduled to be held on May 24,25,26,27 and May 28. The NTA said the new program would be scheduled later. The announcement regarding registration for the May session will be made later. The NTA said that students are advised to prepare better for the exam during this period. They (students) can also prepare on the NTA practice app.