JEE Main 2022: NTA opens the image correction facility

Aastha Gupta | Last Updated | July 22, 2022, 13:59 IST

JEE Main 2022

Candidates who want to make corrections to their image in the JEE Main session 2 application form can do so now as the National Testing Agency has opened its JEE Main 2022 image correction facility. Candidates can visit to make the correction.

According to the announcement which was made earlier this week, the examination dates have been rescheduled and now the JEE Main 2022 July session will be conducted from July 25, 2022, onwards. Aspirants are requested to contact the examination conducting authority in case of any issue. Follow the method mentioned below to make the correction in the image.

How to make corrections in the JEE Main application form 2022?

  1. The JEE Main 2022 image correction facility has commenced on
  2. Candidates need to click on the link that reads “JEE (Main)-2022 Session 2” on the homepage.
  3. After entering the application number and password as login credentials, click on submit.
  4. Then click on the tab that says “Image Corrections.”
  5. Make the required changes and submit the JEE Main Session 2 application form.

The NTA released the JEE Main admit card on July 21, 2022, for 629,778 candidates who had registered for the examination. In case candidates have still not downloaded their JEE Main 2022 Session 2 admit card, they can follow the steps mentioned below to download the card.

How to download admit cards for session 2 of JEE Main 2022?

  1. The JEE Mains July session admit card is available at
  2. Candidates will have to click on the link which is designated as “JEE Main 2022 Admit Card.”
  3. Fill in the login credentials such as birth date, application number, etc.
  4. The admit card will be displayed on the screen after submitting the login details.
  5. Check out the JEE Main 2022 Session 2 admit card.
  6. Download it and take a printout for the examination day.

Since there was no buffer time between the CUET-UG 2022 and JEE Main, therefore the NTA had to postpone the examinations which were earlier scheduled to commence from July 21, 2022. Approximately 500 examination centres have been arranged out of which 17 are located in foreign cities.