Last day for JEE registrations is today; know what’s changed

Today is the last day for registering for JEE Main 2023. Read this article to know what has changed and the process to register for JEE 2023.

Last day for JEE registrations today; know what's changed

The registration process for the upcoming session (January) of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2023 for candidates who are interested in admission to various IITs and universities will end today.
The first session of the JEE Main 2023 session 1 examination will begin on January 24th 2023 and end on January 31st 2023.

Candidates who are currently pursuing Class 12 or have already passed the Class 12 final board examination with a minimum aggregate of at least 75% or are among the top 20% of students in their respective state boards can apply for JEE Main 2023 examinations.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the JEE Main exam dates on December 15th 2022. It was announced that the NTA would conduct the January session exams on January 24th, 25th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st. The second session will be conducted in April 2023.

A few aspirants expressed their disappointment with this schedule as they felt that the NTA should have given them more time to prepare. Candidates claimed that the engineering entrance exam is clashing with their pre-board exams, practical exams, vivas, etc.

Later, Mumbai-based activist Anubha Srivastava Sahai filed a petition against the NTA in the Bombay High Court. Hearing the petition early this week, the court refused to postpone the exam.

The Bar and Bench reported the court’s observation as, “If any orders are passed today directing postponement of January exams, the same may have a cascading effect on future exams also. The extraordinary circumstances do not appear to exist for restraining respondents from holding January examination. Lakhs of students must have been preparing for exam. (sic)”

The petition also asked to reconsider the 75% eligibility criteria for admissions. Though the Bombay High Court is set to hear the same on February 21st, the Union education ministry announced on Tuesday, January 10th, changes to the eligibility criteria announcing to include the top 20% of each education board in the eligible candidates. The move is meant to help candidates who fall short of the 75% marks criteria in their respective boards.

Meanwhile, the JEE Main 2023 exam will consist of two papers. Paper 1 is conducted for admission to the undergraduate engineering program,me and Paper 2 is conducted for admission to B Arch and B Planning courses.

How to apply
1- Visit the official website, i.e.,, before 9 pm on January 12th.
2- Scroll down and click on JEE (Main) Session 1 application tab
3- Go to the new website, which opens through the link, and finish the registration process
4- Fill out all candidate details, and pay fees online
5- Submit the form, download and take a print out.

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