All registered application forms are still open for correction by the CBSE admission committee. The applicants will be able to use the correction facility of JEE Main 2017 only till tomorrow i.e., February 3, 2017. Those applicants who have successfully registered themselves will be able to make any corrections or editing in their submitted information till tomorrow. Any changes after the final date will not be accepted.
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The applicants can click on the provided link to make their necessary corrections if the filled particulars are wrong/incomplete/flawed. The application number, password and security pin has to be submitted by the applicant to access the application form of JEE Main 2017 for correction. The change of mode from computer based (online) examination to pen and paper based (offline) examination is not allowed.
Payment of additional fee (if applicable) has to be done by the applicants while making some corrections in the JEE Main Application Form 2017. The additional fees can be paid online through credit card/debit card/E-Wallet (SBI Buddy/Paytm) or by cash through an e-challan generated during the online correction paid at Syndicate Bank/Canara Bank/ICICI Bank/HDFC Bank.
The correction facility of JEE Main 2017 application form was open from January 25, 2017, as per the official announcement of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for all registered applicants. While making the corrections, the applicants are advised to double check all of their information that they have edited and then submit the form.
CBSE will be conducting the examination of JEE Main 2017 on April 2, 2017 in online mode and in offline mode on April 8 and 9, 2017. JEE Main is the first stage entrance examination for the applicants to get admission into the IITs and is the gateway for NITs, IIITs and GFTIs. Around 12 lakh applicants register themselves for the national level engineering entrance examination every year.
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