Examination:JEE Advanced Exam in two shifts, physics questions confused


Candidates sitting at a distance of six feet in the exam hall, room-made sanitize In 16 IITs across the country, the online exam for JEE Advanced was held sunday in two shifts. The online exam conducted by IIT Delhi was conducted in two shifts from 9 am to 12 pm and 2.30 pm at Pacific Institute of Technology, Gitanjali Engineering College, Techno NJR exam centres.


Out of 1.60 lakh students across the country, including about 650 from Udaipur, who qualified in JEE Mains-2020, students generally appeared for jee advanced online examination. The round of entry of students began at 7 am at the examination centres. Piyush, director, Pacific Institute of Technology, said that in both morning and afternoon shifts, 54-54 questions were asked in terms of 18-18 of maths-physics-chemistry.

The difficult questions of physics kept the candidates confused.
The students wearing masks stood in line with the cradle of the rules of social dissing. After thermal scanning in the examination room, the hand was entered by the sanitize.

A distance of six feet was kept between the two students. In the examination, the seating area, chair, table, monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc., from both the paper, the doors, handles, wheelchairs were repeatedly sanitized.

Cc- Divya Kothari UdaipurMirror

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