Paper – I for B.Tech courses will be held 9:30 to 12:30 and Paper – II will be held B.Plan B.Arch and 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The CBSE , which was responsible for conducting the JEE (Main ) has established 59 examination centers in Hyderabad, 17 in Warangal , 40 in Guntur , Khammam 13 and 28 in Tirupati .
1.5 lakh best troops in the main examination will be eligible to take the JEE examination – Advanced , the next step for entry into the prestigious IIT . However, the troops will be eligible for JEE main function Temperature – ions in the NTI and other national technical institutions.
Results will be announced on May 3 and July 7 ranks after giving 40 per cent weightage for Intermediate marks. Officials said the highest number of candidates was Tirupati ( 32,400 ), followed by Hyderabad (31000) , Guntur ( 25800 ) , Khammam ( 13300 ) and Warangal ( 10200 ) .
About 1.22 lakh students opted for the offline examination this year, while 10,746 opted for the computer-based test which will be held April 9, 11 , 12 and 19 .
IIT-JEE (Main) exam 2020-19 Hyderabad, Warangal , Guntur , Khammam and Tirupati