According to the official announcement, this year, no foreign country centers for JEE advanced 2021. Moreover, last year’s candidates can appear in this year’s Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).
The official notice stated, “Exams will not be held in any foreign country centers. Foreign candidates can give their examinations in India. This decision is in consideration of the covid-19 situation.”
In addition, foreign appearing candidates should first acknowledge their resident country and Indian government criteria too. Most importantly, the 10 percent seats for foreign nationals in JEE advance 2021. Therefore, they will be recognized as supernumerary seats.
Further, the institute affirmed that 2020 candidates can also appear this year. This one-time relaxation is the same for foreign candidates as well. However, 2020 absentees can only appear after completing the registration process.
WHEN WILL THE JEE ADVANCED 2021 REGISTRATION PROCESS BEGIN?
Seven zonal IITs conduct this exam rotation-wise. Those candidates who have cleared JEE mains can give this exam. Candidates can attempt it twice in two consecutive years.
Moreover, the minimum eligibility to appear for JEE advanced is that candidates should be among 2.5 lakh rank holders.
The registration process will begin on 11 September and the end date is 16 September 2021. Whereas, admit cards will release on 25 September. Applicants can download it before 3 October.
The JEE advanced test will conduct on 2 October. Moreover, the releasing date of the provisional answer key is 10 October. The candidates can give their feedback by 11 October at 5 PM.