NEW DELHI: The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is being conducted for the month of January 2019 by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for the first time across the country.
In this series of the examination, today is the third of the main exam which is conducted for three hours from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at various centres across the country.
The JEE Main paper I exam for B.E and B. Tech. is conducted in the first session of the day while the Paper II exam for B. Arch is held in the afternoon session.
This is for the first time the NTA is conducting these examinations like Engineering, Medical, Management, Pharmacy, College/University Teaching & Fellowship, Swayam etc.
The NTA has been established as a premier, specialist, autonomous and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission/fellowship in higher educational institutions, like the one mentioned above.
According to the reports, most of the students coming out of the examination centres feels that the Physics part of the exam was difficult, Chemistry as usual was easy while the Maths part of the examination was moderately difficult.
The students further said that the questions from the Class 12th syllabus were more in comparison to the Class 11th syllabus, while it should be 50:50 from each class syllabus.
JEE Main Students Reaction: 11th January 2019
On Day 3 NTA has successfully conducted the JEE Main 2019 Paper I examination. Nearly 1,80,052 candidates appeared for today’s examination. The JEE Main question paper is assumed to be difficult today as an overall level is similar to that of yesterday. People mostly find difficulty in Physics & Mathematics section.
As per the experts on Gradeup, physics was moderate to difficult while chemistry was mostly factual and can be considered an easy to moderate level. However, Mathematics section was quite lengthy but again it was not that difficult, which means it can be considered as moderate.
The overall JEE Main examination was moderate and can be attempted if prepared well. Questions were mainly repeated from the past days of examination, says Joy (a JEE aspirant).
Physics was the toughest section while chemistry was the easiest to obtain scores in JEE Main 2019 as questions were mostly from NCERT, says Deepak.
Some of the students like Zamir Ansari says, Maths was easy whereas chemistry was medium based on facts and Physics was moderate to difficult. He further added that an average student can attempt 65-70 questions in a JEE Main paper which makes us interpret the paper to be moderate.