After the postponement of JEE (Main) April and May 2021 sessions until further notice, there is uncertainty looming over the conduct of JEE Advanced 2021. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 3, 2021.

“If JEE Advanced is to be conducted as per schedule, then ideally one session of JEE Main was to be conducted in May and the second session in June. However, now that the JEE Main exams have been postponed, it is very likely that the exam date for the Advanced exam will also have to be pushed forward,” said BS Murty, director, IIT Hyderabad, which is the South zone co-ordinating institute for JEE (Advanced) 2021.

Similarly, IIT Bombay is the co-ordinating institute for the West zone, IIT Guwahati for the North-east zone and IIT Kanpur for the Central zone.

“There is a lot of uncertainty pertaining to the conduct of entrance exams amid coronavirus. Class 12 board exams have also been postponed and there has been no update regarding the new schedule. JEE Advanced 2021 has to be postponed, there is no other way to go ahead with the IIT admissions,” said the director of an IIT in the North-Central zone on condition of anonymity.
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