JEE Advanced 2021: Exam Day guidelines by NTA

  JEE Advanced 2021: Exam Day guidelines by NTA Chemquest - Chemistry for all The Joint Entrance Exam- Advanced is conducted every year for getting admission to various IITs across the country. Candidates who have cleared the qualifying cutoff of JEE Main 2021 declared by NTA and also fulfill the eligibility criteria are allowed to appear for the exam. This year, the exam will be administered by Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and it will be held on 3rd October, 2021. This is the day you will be required to put in all the hard work that you have been doing to get admitted to these prestigious institutes of our country. Hence, you would not want to mess up on your D-Day. There are a set of things which you need to follow for a smooth completion of your exam. This article will provide you the points that you should keep in mind before and while appearing for the exam.  Things to carry in Exam Hall You are allowed to carry only a certain set of things in the exam hall.



Most Important chapters for NEET 2020 Chemistry

  Most Important chapters for NEET 2020 Chemistry Organic Chemistry chapters and name REACTIONS are important for NEET 2020. This section carries more weightage in NEET exam.  Your fundamentals and conceptual understanding in all the topics of Organic Chemistry should be essentially very strong . You should also practice the following important topics for NEET Chemistry thoroughly to develop your test-taking abilities and scoring well in the NEET exam: Equilibrium Chemical Bonding and Molecular structure Electrochemistry Chemical Kinetics Coordination Compounds Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids S, P, D and F Block Elements Hydrocarbons Atomic structure


  01/09/2020 ALL THE BEST FOR JEE MAIN ASPIRANTS  Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal wished students appearing for the most important JEE Main for admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) that begins today.  He said the two crucial exams - the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) and the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to medical courses - are being held to ensure that students don't lost an academic year amid the coronavirus pandemic. "JEE and NEET had to be postponed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic. JEE and NEET exams are being held to ensure that students don't lost a year. I am happy that nearly all students have downloaded their admit cards and there is enthusiasm among students," Mr Pokhriyal said in a video he tweeted last night. JEE 1st to 6th September  NEET 13th September 


POSTPONING OF JEE NEET 2020 UPDATES   On  August 17, the Supreme Court rejected the petition a group of 11 students filed where they demanded postponing the 2020 JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) Main and NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) exams--conducted every year across the country by the National Testing Agency (NTA)--are scheduled in September; JEE Main from September 1 to 6 and NEET on September 13. Justice Arun Mishra of SC, who headed a three-judge bench hearing the petition, said: “Life cannot be stopped. We have to move ahead with all safeguards.... Can we just stop exams? We should move on.” The Supreme Court decision has opened a Pandora’s box. Thousands of students have gone on hunger strike demanding the postponement of the examinations and political parties have taken up the issue, citing the safety of children amid a pandemic and spike in Covid cases. Students supposed to take the exam are left confused, and parents and academicians are divided. About 2.5 mil

JEE NEET postponements due to COVID-19

27/08/2020 JEE NEET postponements due to COVID-19  Amid several protests on JEE NEET postponement due to COVID-19 outbreak, the education minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Wednesday said in a video that a large number of candidates and parents wanted to take the entrance examinations.  He also said that following the order of the Supreme Court decision on conducting NEET, JEE exams along with the request of students as well as parents, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided to conduct the engineering and medical entrance examinations. #JEE  #NEET