Ramakanta Biswas

The submission of online application forms for the Joint Entrance Examinations (Main) –2023 Session 1 is currently in progress. The application process which commenced on December 12, 2022 will continue till January 12, 2023. 

Meanwhile, the National Testing Agency, which conducts the examination, has received representations from candidates of Tamil Nadu State Board who have passed their Class 10 examination in the year 2021. 

As per the representation, due to the COVID outbreak, no examinations were conducted for 2021 batch of Class 10. Accordingly, no marks were given in the marksheet and ‘pass’ is printed in all subjects with a disclaimer – "As per G.O. (Ms) No. 48, School Education (G.E.) department dated: 25.02.2021, all candidates who studied SSLC in the academic year 2020-21 are declared passed."

"It has thus been decided that during the filling up of the online Application Form of JEE (Main) - 2023 Session 1, when the candidate selects ‘Passing year’ as 2021 with ‘School Board’ as Tamil Nadu State Board of School Examination (Sec.), the Result Mode field will be disabled and the associated fields for Marks/CGPA will be invisible for Tamil Nadu State Board candidates who have passed their Class 10 in year 2021,” the NTA said. 

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“Those candidates who have already filled the application form, with passing year as 2021, school board as Tamil Nadu State Board of School Examination (Sec.) and paid the fee, the same rule will be applied i.e. field Result Mode will be disabled and fields Total Marks, Obtained Marks, Percentage of Marks will remain invisible in application form,” the NTA added. 

In case any candidate faces difficulty in applying for JEE (Main) – 2023 Session 1 (January 2023), he/she may contact 011 - 40759000 / 011 - 69227700 or e-mail at jeemain@nta.ac.in.

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