JEE Main 2021: National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting JEE Main April Session (3rd session) on 20th, 22th, 25th and 27th July 2021. This year, due to the pandemic, separate guidelines and instructions have been issued for students. Those appearing for the exam must be aware of the JEE Main guidelines and dress code. All the important instructions have been printed on their JEE Main admit cards.
Students must read the instructions regarding JEE do’s and don'ts which include list of prohibited items, guidelines for JEE Main dress 2021 code and code of conduct during the exam. They can check below to know JEE Main dress code and last-minute guidelines for the entrance exam.
JEE Main 2021 April Session: Dress Code and Guidelines
- Students must not wear shoes or footwear that have thick soles.
Wearing any kind of jewellery or ornaments is strictly prohibited.
- They must not wear cap/ muffler or any cloth over their head. However, religious purpose headscarf or turban is allowed.
- Students are advised to wear light clothes. They may carry a mask and a small bottle of sanitiser to the venue.
- They must not wear goggles, rings, bracelets or any of such items.
Students must reach the exam venue at least one hour in advance to avoid the last-minute hassle.
- Students must carry their JEE Main admit card 2021 along with one passport size coloured photograph and a valid photo ID proof.
- Students must not carry any prohibited item like mobile phones, study materials, electronic items or any such item to the exam venue.
- Carry a clear transparent water bottle and a pen with a transparent body.
- Students must maintain the code of conduct during the exam and must not indulge in any malpractice.
- Those who are Diabetic are allowed to carry sugar tablets, fruits like bananas, oranges, or Apple and a transparent water bottle.
Students must follow all the COVID-19 protocols. They must change the mask and wear the one provided at the venue. Designated entry time has been printed on students’ admit cards. All are advised to carefully follow the instructions as printed and notified at the centre.