JEE Main application form is usually released online and candidates have to visit the official website in order to download and fill the form. As for JEE Main 2020, the registration process is starting on September 3rd and the last day to submit the online application form is kept as 30th September 2019. The last day to submit the application fee is 1st of October. Candidates have to follow the deadline strictly as the exam authority will not entertain any requests after the submission day is over.
Meanwhile, candidates have to fill in the JEE Main 2020 application form carefully and they should avoid making mistakes. They have to input details like their name, contact number, category and they have to submit some scanned copy of documents as well for successfully completing the application process. However, candidates before filling the form should go through the JEE Main eligibility criteria defined by the NTA. They should satisfy the criteria and then only they should fill the form. If the requirements are not met then the application will be rejected.
As per the guidelines set by the exam conducting authority, only one application form is provided per student. The JEE Main registration will be cancelled if more than one application form is submitted per student. We will learn more about the whole process and the requirements below.
JEE Main 2020 Application Form: Important Dates
The important dates for JEE Main 2020 registration are usually announced by the governing body. Additionally, the authority also announces when the exam will be conducted. Students can check all the important dates related to the examination from the table mentioned below:
|Availability of online Application Form / Registration||September 3, 2019|
|Last date for the payment of fees||October 1st, 2019|
|Last date to submit the online application form||30th September|
|Commencement of Corrections in the application form||11th to 17th October|
|JEE Main exam date||January 6th – 11th, 2020|
|Availability of online Application Form||February to March 2020|
|Last date for the payment of fees||The second week of March|
|Last date to submit the online application form||The first week of March|
|Commencement of Corrections in the application form||The second week of March|
|JEE Main exam date||Yet to be announced.|
Note: We will update the dates for April once the official notifications are released by the exam conducting authority.
Documents Required For Filling JEE Main Application Form
Below we have mentioned all the important documents that need to be submitted along with the application form.
- 10th class documents.
- 12th class documents.
- Aadhaar card details.
- Scanned copies of signature and a passport-sized photograph.
- Phone number and a valid email ID.
- Debit card, Credit card or e-Challan details.
- Bank account number, Ration card number, Passport number, Voter ID card, etc.
Steps To Be Followed While Filling The JEE Main Form
The JEE Main application form has to be filled and submitted online. The following steps should be followed for successfully filling and submitting the application form:
Step 1: JEE Main Registration
The link of JEE Main registration page is usually available as soon as the registration window gets activated. On the registration page of JEE Main, the following details of the applicant must be entered carefully: Nationality, Identification type, State, Name of the Student, Date of Birth and gender of the applicant. After filling all the above-mentioned details, enter the security pin and click on the submit button.
Step 2: Filling Of JEE Main Application Form
After successful registration, students will be redirected to the JEE Main application page where the following details have to be entered:
Exam Related Details:
- In this section, the information related to the medium of question paper, mode of examination and the course for which they are applying for are to be provided.
- Students appearing for offline mode of examination could opt for 4 centres according to their preferences whereas for appearing in the online mode of examination the applicant could opt for only one centre.
Personal Details Of Applicant:
- In this section, personal information like parents name, name, nationality, state of eligibility, date of birth, category, gender, etc.
- It is mandatory for candidates to enter their Aadhaar number, place of residence and mailing address.
- In this section, all the details related to the qualifying examination like their school name, school address, class 10th &and class 12th passing year, etc.
- Students appearing for the 12th class board exams also have to enter the details of their qualifying examination.
Address Details Of The Applicants:
- In this section, applicants need to provide their complete address like mobile number, pin code, state, country, email address, etc.
- In this section, all the details of their Guardians and parents like occupation, qualification, annual income details, etc.
Password Creation: Before submitting the JEE Main form the students need to set a password which would be required in the future for signing in to the portal. The students also need to remember their answers to security questions which will be helpful in recovering their password in case if they forget it.
Step 3: Uploading Of Scanned Documents
The Applicants need to upload the scanned images of their signature and recently clicked passport sized photograph with the following specifications:
|Dimensions||3.5 cm x 1.5 cm||3.5 cm x 4.5 cm|
|Size||4 KB to 30 KB||10 KB to 200 KB|
The signature of the applicant should be clearly visible and it should match with the signature of the applicant in class 10th and 12th certificates. The photograph of the applicant should be black and white or coloured along with clear contrast. The photograph must have the name of the applicant along with the date of clicking. Polaroid photographs or photographs with cap or goggles are not acceptable. After uploading the scanned documents the applicants can review their application form by clicking on the Review button. After making all the changes the applicants could proceed with the payment options.
Step 4: Payment Of JEE Main Application Fee
For making the payment, the applicants need to submit the details of either credit or debit card followed by the Submit button. Application or registration fees for JEE Main form can also be paid through e-Challan.
JEE Main 2020 Application Form: Fee Structure
The fee structure for both online and offline mode of examination is given below:
|Application Fee Structure||In India||Outside India|
|General/Gen-EWS/ OBC(NCL)||Boys-Rs 650/-
Girls- Rs 325/-
Girls- Rs 1500/-
Girls- Rs 325/-
Girls- Rs 1500/-
|B.E./B.Tech & B. Arch
B.E./B.Tech & B. Planning
B.E./B.Tech, B. Arch & B.Planning
B.Arch & B.Planning
|General/Gen-EWS/ OBC(NCL)||Boys-Rs 1300/-
Girls- Rs 650/-
Girls- Rs 3000/
Girls- Rs 650/-
Girls- Rs 3000/-
Step 5: Take A Print Out Of The Confirmation Page
After the payment of application fees, the candidates can download and take a printout of the acknowledgement page for the future references. If applicants have made an error while filling the JEE Main form, then, in that case, the applicants are allowed to correct their mistakes online. However, the applicants are not allowed to change their mode of examination from Online to Offline mode and except that, the applicants would be allowed to change all other details.
JEE Main Application Form Correction
The correction process of JEE Main online application is normally initiated the conducting body on their official website. The applicants can now edit their personal data or any incorrect and incomplete information in their application forms on the official link jeemain.nic.in. The applicants can even upload fresh images if the previously uploaded images have an evident issue.
Important Instructions For The Correction Process
Any changes in the application form can be made only once, therefore, the applicants must follow all the guidelines carefully before updating their JEE Main application forms. The applicants, however, cannot change their mode of examination from online to the offline mode of examination. The applicants must ensure that all the information updated is as per the guidelines prescribed to avoid rejections of their updated application forms.
Important Dates For JEE Main Application Correction
JEE Main Application Form Correction Process Begins usually in the second week of October and March. Last Date to make changes in the application form will be announced as well. The applicants need to pay an additional fee for making corrections in their application forms. The payment can be done online through debit cards, credit cards or e-wallets and offline through e-challans at Canara, Syndicate, and ICICI Banks within the above – mentioned time frame.
For JEE Main 2020 January session, NTA is providing a one-time correction facility from 11th – 17th, October.
Requirements For Smooth Registration Process
There are certain things that candidates need to do or rather keep them ready before filling of the online application form. Some of them include:
- PC (either desktop or laptop) and the internet connection should be good.
- Scanned copy of passport photograph and candidate’s signature.
- Valid e-mail id and mobile number.
- Qualification details.
- A printer.
About JEE Main
JEE Main is the 1st stage of IIT JEE and is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from 2019 onwards. The students are granted admissions based on their performance in this exam. Students are admitted into various undergraduate courses which are offered by the NITs, IIITs, GFTIs solely on the basis of scores obtained in the examination. Due to the vastness of syllabus and the level of competition, it is considered as one of the toughest competitive examinations at the undergraduate level and in India. Alternatively, it is also the qualifying exam for students who want to appear for JEE Advanced 2020 which is the second phase after Main.
JEE Main Statistics
There has been a decline in the total number of students registering for the examination from the year 2014 to 2017. The detailed list of the total number of students appeared for JEE Main from the year 2013 to 2019 is mentioned below:
|Year||Total Students registered For JEE Main|
Frequently Asked Questions on JEE Main Application Form
What is the application process for JEE Main?
Candidates can apply for JEE Main once the exam conducting authorities release the application date and form on their official website. The whole application process will be conducted in an online mode. However, before applying candidates should meet the set eligibility criteria by the authority and they will have to register themselves first. The application process involves several steps which are as follows;
Payment of Fees
Printing of Confirmation Details
If we make any mistakes while filling out the application form then can the details be corrected at a later stage?
Yes, the exam conducting authority does provide a facility for correction to candidates. They will be allowed to make corrections in their application form during a certain period. The date and time of the correction window will be announced by the authority. Therefore, candidates should keep a close track of the dates as the time allotted will be of short duration.
Should we send a physical copy of JEE Main application form or any other documents to the authorities?
No, aspirants are not required to send the physical copy of their application forms or any other documents to the authorities. The whole application process will only be held through the online mode.
Is aadhaar card mandatory for filling the application form?
The Aadhaar card is not mandatory for JEE Main application. They can still apply for the exam provided they satisfy other important requirements.
Are there any relaxation of fees given to SC/ ST/ PwD category candidates?
Yes, SC/ ST/ PwD category candidates will receive some relaxation while paying the JEE Main application fees. They will have to pay a lesser amount comparatively.
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