Online application submission for JEE Main ends

Bhubaneswar: The online application submission for JEE Main Examination 2018, which had been going on since December 1, concluded on January 1, 2018 (Monday). 

The applicants, who have not been able to make payment, can may online payment today.

According to reports, as many as 44,488 candidates from Odisha have registered for the the national level entrance test.

The examination for admission into engineering courses would be held on April 8 for offline format and on April 15 and 16 for online format. In 2017, 44,480 students had registered for the test, according to information.

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