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List of Important Documents for JEE Main 2024 Exam

September 27, 2023
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The National Testing Agency (NTA) is set to conduct the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2024 in two sessions, and the application forms for the exam will be made available in due course on the official website

List of Important Documents Required

The first session of the examination is scheduled from January 24 to February 1, 2024, while the second session will take place between April 1 and 15, 2024. The JEE Main 2024 will be conducted in computer-based mode.

Before applying for JEE Main 2024, candidates should ensure they have the necessary documents ready. Based on information from the previous year, here is the list of documents required for the JEE Main registration process:

  1. Scanned image of their photograph (it's advisable to save a copy for future reference after uploading it with the application).

  2. Scanned image of their signature (also recommended to save a copy for future use).

  3. Scanned image of the PwD (Persons with Disabilities) certificate, if applicable.

  4. Category certificate, if required

Here are some important points to be considered while uploading the documents:

  • Ensure that the recent photograph is either in color or black and white, capturing 80 percent of the face (without a mask) along with the ears. The photograph should be taken against a white background.

  • Both the scanned photograph and signature should be in JPG/JPEG format and must be clearly visible.

  • The scanned photograph should have a file size ranging from 10 kb to 200 kb.

  • The scanned signature should have a file size ranging from 4 kb to 30 kb, ensuring clarity.

  • For scanned copies of category and/or PwD (Persons with Disabilities) certificates (SC/ST/OBC/EWS, etc.), they should be in PDF format with a file size between 50 kb to 300 kb, and the content should be clearly visible.

Please note that if it is discovered at any point that a candidate has used/uploaded someone else's photograph, signature, or certificate(s) or has manipulated their admit card, result, or scorecard, such actions will be considered Unfair Means (UFM) Practices.

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