The OJEE (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination) Admit Card is a critical document for candidates appearing in this entrance exam, facilitating their participation and ensuring a smooth examination process. Here's an overview of the OJEE Admit Card:
The Admit Card is typically released by the OJEE authorities on the official website a few weeks before the examination date. Candidates must download and print it, as it is a mandatory requirement for entry into the examination hall.
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Visit the Official Website: Go to the official website of OJEE. The website address may change, so make sure to use the official website as mentioned in official notifications.
Find the Admit Card Section: Look for the "Admit Card" or "Download Admit Card" section on the website's homepage or in the navigation menu.
Log In: You will need to log in to your account using your application number and password or other credentials provided during the application process. Make sure to enter the correct information.
Download Admit Card: Once you are logged in, you should see an option to download your OJEE Admit Card. Click on it.
Verify Details: Review the details on your admit card carefully, including your name, photograph, exam date, time, and exam center. Ensure that all the information is accurate.
Print Admit Card: After verifying the details, download and take a printout of your admit card. It's advisable to take multiple copies for backup.
Instructions: Read any instructions mentioned on the admit card, especially those related to exam day guidelines.
Contact Authorities (if needed): If you notice any discrepancies in your admit card or have any concerns, contact the OJEE authorities immediately for clarification or corrections.
Keep Admit Card Safe: Keep your OJEE Admit Card in a safe and secure place. You will need it to enter the examination hall and during the counseling process.
Candidate's Name: Your full name as provided during the application process.
Candidate's Photograph: A recent passport-sized photograph of the candidate, usually uploaded during the application.
Candidate's Roll Number: A unique identification number assigned to you for the examination.
Candidate's Registration Number/Application Number: The unique number generated when you applied for the OJEE.
Exam Date: The date on which the OJEE examination is scheduled to take place.
Exam Time: The specific time slot when your examination will be conducted.
Examination Center: The address of the examination center where you need to report for the exam.
Exam Venue Code: A code or number associated with your examination center.
Category: Your category (e.g., General, SC, ST, OBC) as per your application.
PwD Status (if applicable): If you have declared a disability and requested accommodations, this information may be mentioned.
Exam Instructions: Important guidelines and instructions for the examination day, such as what to bring (admit card, ID proof), what not to bring (prohibited items), reporting time, and other important information.
Signature: A space for your signature, which you may be required to sign in front of the exam invigilator.
Invigilator's Signature: The invigilator at the examination center may sign and verify your admit card.
QR Code: Some admit cards may contain a QR code for quick verification.
Important Contact Information: Contact details for OJEE authorities or helpline numbers in case of any issues or emergencies.
OJEE Admit Card: This is the most crucial document you need to carry. Make sure to print multiple copies of your admit card, as you may be required to submit one copy to the exam authorities.
Valid Photo ID Proof: Along with the admit card, you must carry a government-issued photo identification document such as Aadhar card, passport, voter ID, PAN card, or driver's license. Ensure that the name and photograph on your ID match the details on your admit card.
Blue/Black Ballpoint Pen: You may need a pen for filling out your answer sheet and other related activities during the examination. Ensure that the pen's ink is either blue or black, as specified in the exam instructions.
Recent Passport-Sized Photograph: Carry a few extra passport-sized photographs as a backup. These may be required for identity verification or other administrative purposes.
Transparent Water Bottle: You can carry a transparent water bottle, which should be without any labels or markings.
Personal Hygiene Items: If necessary, carry personal hygiene items such as tissues, hand sanitizer (in a transparent bottle), and a face mask.
Authorized Items (if applicable): If you have been granted specific accommodations or permissions due to a medical condition or disability, make sure to carry any authorized items or documents related to those accommodations.
Food and Medication (if necessary): If you have specific medical conditions that require you to carry food or medication, you may do so, but ensure that you follow the exam center's guidelines and inform the authorities if necessary.
Clothing: Dress comfortably in accordance with the weather conditions. Avoid clothing with large pockets or unnecessary accessories.
COVID-19 Safety Measures: Depending on the prevailing guidelines, you may need to follow specific COVID-19 safety measures, such as wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance, and undergoing temperature checks. Be prepared to adhere to any such measures.
Reporting Time: Arrive at the examination center well before the reporting time mentioned on your admit card. Latecomers may not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
Admit Card and ID Proof: Carry a printed copy of your OJEE Admit Card and a valid government-issued photo ID (e.g., Aadhar card, passport, voter ID, PAN card, or driver's license) for identity verification.
COVID-19 Precautions: Adhere to any COVID-19 safety protocols and guidelines issued by the exam authorities, which may include wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance, and undergoing temperature checks. Follow all safety measures in place at the examination center.
Dress Code: Dress comfortably, but ensure that your clothing is modest and doesn't violate any dress code rules specified by the exam authorities. Avoid wearing clothing with large pockets or unnecessary accessories.
Prohibited Items: Do not carry any prohibited items into the examination hall. Common prohibited items include electronic devices (mobile phones, calculators, smartwatches, etc.), bags, wallets, study materials, notes, or any communication devices.
Use of Pen: Use only a blue or black ballpoint pen for filling out your OMR answer sheet. Mechanical pencils, gel pens, and other colored pens may not be allowed.
Seating Arrangement: Follow the instructions of the exam invigilators for seating arrangements. Ensure that you are seated in the correct seat according to your roll number.
Exam Duration: The duration of the OJEE exam will be specified in the question paper. Be aware of the time and manage it wisely during the exam.
Answering Questions: Read the instructions provided on the question paper carefully. Mark your answers on the OMR sheet according to the instructions.
Rough Work: Use the rough sheets provided by the exam authorities for rough work or calculations. Do not write anything on the question paper.
Leaving the Exam Hall: You are generally not allowed to leave the examination hall until the exam is over. If you need to use the restroom, inform the invigilator and follow their instructions.
Respect Authority: Follow the instructions of the exam invigilators and authorities at all times. Any violation of rules or disruptive behavior can lead to serious consequences, including disqualification.
Submission of Answer Sheets: Ensure that you submit your OMR answer sheet and any other required documents to the invigilator before leaving the examination hall.
Remain Calm: Stay calm and focused during the exam. Do not engage in any unfair practices, as this can lead to severe penalties.
After the Exam: After the exam, leave the examination center quietly and maintain decorum. Avoid discussing the exam with other candidates to prevent any distractions or potential rule violations.
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