National Testing Agency is about to start the registration for JEE Main 2020 April session from Friday, February 07, 2020. If you are one of the 10 lakh+ engineering aspirants who are looking forward to apply, then note the photo specifications and documents you will need to fill the online application form at Also note that the last date to submit the application form will be Saturday, March 07, 2020.

When you apply, you will have to upload the photograph and signature. Some guidelines have to be followed in the case of these documents. At the time of every JEE Main registration, candidates express some level of confusion in the same. Thus, to make things clear, here is what you should know about the photograph and signature you need to upload in JEE Main 2020 application form.

Photo Specifications For JEE Main April 2020 Registration

For submitting the application form successfully, the registered candidates need to upload the images in the proper format keeping in mind the dimensions for the same.

Other specifications:

  • The photograph should be
    • Passport size
    • Recently clicked
    • Either colored or black/white
    • Be in clear contrast
  • The signature must be
    • Done in running a hand
    • Must not be done in CAPS

List of documents for filling the application form

  • UPES Dehradun Application Form
  • SRMJEEE 2020 Registration Open
  • Amity University Registration
  • MIT-WPU Application Form 2020

While filling the application form, the candidates need the documents to fill and submit the application form. Check the list given below.

  • scanned image of the photograph
  • scanned image of the signature
  • a valid e-mail id
  • valid and active mobile number
  • past academic mark sheets and certificates

Important Points For JEE Main April 2020 Registration

The first thing to keep in mind is that the registration process will be different for those who did not apply in the Jan exam and those who applied in the Jan exam.

Pre-requisites for filling JEE Main 2020 application form

Worried about filling the application form? Here’s what you need to fill this national level examination application form.

Fulfill all the eligibility conditions: Make sure every point of eligibility is fulfilled before filling the application form.

Collect all the necessary documents: Use the free time to collect all your previous mark sheets and certificates needed to fill the application form.

Be peculiar about the documents to be uploaded: Check the specifications of the images that have to be uploaded before the date of registration. The images that have to be uploaded have to be in a specific format. So, take note of that and ready the images in the same size.

Be ready with the details of the payment mediums: Note down the details of the credit card/debit card or net banking to avoid any chaos later.

A brief description about how to fill JEE Main 2020 application form

  • Register by entering the necessary details like the state of eligibility, id type, date of birth, gender, etc.
  • Jot down the login credentials as sent to the registered e-mail id and login with the same to fill the application form.
  • Enter the personal details, exam details, contact details, educational details.
  • Then, upload the images of photograph and signature.
  • After uploading the images, pay the application fee.
  • As the last step, download the confirmation page which specifies that your application form has been submitted successfully.

Change in the JEE Main 2020 April dates

National Testing Agency recently changed the exam dates for JEE Main 2020 April session. Now, the exam is going to take place on April 05, 07, 08, 09 and 11, 2020 making it a 5 days exam schedule. Earlier the exam was supposed to take place from April 03-09, 2020. 

About JEE Main 2020

Joint Entrance Examination is organized by National Testing Agency to offer admission into courses like B.Tech / B.E., B.Arch, B.Plan. JEE Main is a computer-based test that takes place at the national level. The duration of the exam is 3 hours. It consists of multiple-choice questions and numerical value type questions. There is negative marking in the case of multiple-choice questions. After qualifying this exam, the candidates can take admission in IIITs / CFTIs / NITs or can sit for JEE Advance exam.

(With inputs from aglasem)