The errors committed while filling the JEE (Main) 2014 online forms such as improper submission of photographs, signature/thumb impression, or incorrect particulars (data), etc., led Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to issue a public notice to the JEE Main 2014 applicants.
The notice mentions that few applicants for the JEE Main have not uploaded image(s) of their photograph / signature / thumb impression as per the guidelines stated by the CBSE.
Seeing the errors on part of many students, the SMS and e-mail to those candidates in this regard are being sent to their registered mobile phones and mail-id, so it is advised that all JJE candidates check for the same.
The receivers of these SMS or email are only to RE-LOGIN on the JEE (Main) website to rectify their errors by uploading the concerned image(s) properly. The last date to do so is 25th January 2014, as per the CBSE notification.
However to correct other particulars/Personal Data which the candidate might not have filled correctly can be corrected by logging on the website from 1st till 15th February 2014.
Upon receiving some requests from the candidates regarding clash of dates of Board's examination with the dates of Computer Based Examination of JEE (Main) – 2014, the CBSE has asked the affected candidates to send the copy of their admit card of class 12th by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org latest by 15th March 2014. In addition, the candidates must not forget to mention their application number of JEE (Main) - 2014.
Please be noted, the copies of Class 12th admit cards sent through post or on some other mail-ID will not be entertained. Such candidates will be allotted other available date of Computer Based Examination of JEE (Main) - 2014.
JEE Main 2014 examination will be conducted on 6th April 2014 by CBSE. JEE Main is the qualifying entrance examination for admission to Engineering / Technology courses across the country in NITs, CFTIs and SFTIs.
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