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No Pen Pencil would be allowed in offline JEE MAINS 2016
Joint Entrance Test is the most coveted entrance for Engineering. Getting good grades in JEE exam opens the door of top most Engineering colleges of India.
The appearing JEE Mains the candidates have to follow a set of new rules. This year the candidates will not be allowed for taking a Pen or Pencil along with them in the examination hall. This rule also applies for AIPMT that is All India Pre Medical Test.
The Pen or Pencils will be given to the candidates in the examination hall itself.Also, the candidates can not wear Full sleeves Shirt while entering the hall,they strictly need to wear a half sleeves Shirt. The appearing students can not wear Sandler or Slippers in the examination hall. The candidates can only take Admit card or Identity card along with them. The dropper candidates have to take 12th class mark sheet with them while the freshers need to carry their admit card of 12th class. These measures are taken to avoid any kind of cheating or obscene activity.
The Security standards are very high when it comes to such an entrance test in which a huge number of students take part. During the exam when the checking process is done it somehow disturbs the students but now when they do not need to carry their own pen or pencil, it will be the relief for them from a strict checking process. This is a good step to avoid cheating cases.
Along with the admit cards, the candidates need to carry their Photographs along with an identity proof that can be Adhar card,driving license, PAN card,passport or voter I'd.
Experts say Psychologically it is good that the students are not carrying their own stuff for the exam because they feel confusion while choosing black or blue pen for them.
The race for getting admitted to the top most engineering college is all set to begin. The offline examination is on 3rd April and the online exam is going to be held on 9th and 10th April. There are 25 examination centers at Raipur city for JEE. Around 132 cities will be conducting this exam simultaneously.
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