JEE Advanced 2020: Around 30K Aspirants to Appear for Exam in Bihar on September 27, 2020

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JEE Advanced 2020: On Saturday, Aspirants from remote areas reached earlier in the Patna city to write the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2020 which is scheduled to be held on September 27, 2020

As per the official reports, around 30,000 aspirants will appear for the JEE Advanced 2020 examination from the state. Of the 30,000 candidates, 15,000 belonged to the capital city, Patna. The exam will be held in across 72 centres spread throughout 11 cities in the State. 

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The aspirants have reached a day before the JEE Advanced 2020 exam to ensure their presence at the exam centres so as to prevent the later arrivals.

Earlier, an exam center in Kolkata denied the late entry of a NEET aspirant who reached the center 10 minutes late. The late arrival wasted his 1 year of preparation.

On being asked on arriving earlier, one of the aspirants from Siwan, Punit Kumar said that his exam centre is at Patna, but he doesn't want to take any chances of arriving late to the exam centre.

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Many of the JEE aspirants complained that they were asked to skip the exams, as their allotted exam centres are located in other states, and not in Bihar. 

An aspirant who lives in Arrah, Vikrant Kumar told that he's going to skip his exam due to the allotment of the exam centre in Delhi, which creates a distance problem for him. 

Meanwhile, city exam centres on Saturday were seen completing last-minute preparation for conducting the exam.

Ajay Singh , manager of Uniconcept exam centre at Kankarbagh has stated that they're all prepared to conduct the exam. 

“The exam halls, computers, including staircases have been sanitized properly. Although there won't be a huge crowd like every year, precautions will be taken wisely by the students and staff,” he added.

According to the rules of the National Testing Agency (NTA), the aspirants are required to wear slippers, sandals, and attires without large buttons, chains, rings, or any other accessories on the exam day respectively. 

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