JEE ADVANCED 2020 NEWS
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Students to make sure you have adequate online resources and e-learning materials to continue with your JEE preparations during the lockdown, IIT Kharagpur has developed a preparation module for JEE Advanced 2020 that you can access for free on National Digital Library,” tweeted Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Union Cabinet Minister for Human Resource Development, Government of India.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic chaos, students are confined to their spaces in the wake of social distancing and lockdown. In a recent announcement, JEE Main and NEET UG have been postponed till the last week of May 2020 and the Government of India is urging students to prepare further for these examinations in quarantine time. It’s been a tedious task of preparation for students aspiring to ace their exams. Sensing the need of aspirants of JEE Advanced 2020, IIT Kharagpur has formulated a preparatory module, free of cost for JEE which is made available on the National Digital Library of India (NDLI) platform. Read Difference Between JEE Main and JEE Advanced
National Digital Library of India [NDLI] is a project under the Ministry of Human Resource Development of India, in order to collect and accumulate metadata from various national and international digital libraries. The platform provides full-text index freely to students across India. This library has been headed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur since May 2006 when it was launched in pilot form. Since then NDLI has reaped many benefits to students as a digital repository containing textbooks, articles, videos, audiobooks and all other forms of learning media.
The NDLI portal is student-friendly, as students search the repository by clicking the “Search” button and feeding on the topic of study in the “Search” window. They also have the option to “Browse by Source” using the Browse button and then select the “Source” they are looking for.
NDLI can be accessed through the web or as a mobile application. Adequate online resources and e-learning material being accessible to students from home is the silver lining of the gloomy cloud that has been gnawing around.
It is advantageous to students as the module can be accessed from mobile as well as systems like PC/ Laptop. Resources can be acquired even without logging in into the website or the application. But for better user experience, it is ideal to log in and access the material for study purposes.
To obtain the learning material of JEE- Advanced 2020, aspirants need to follow the given guidelines-
Log on to the NDLI mobile application or you may visit the NDLI website https://www.ndl.gov.in/ or https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/.
To the website, a special module under the name: ‘Corona Outbreak: Study from Home’ is added to the site, comprising a wide range of digital content including in addition to those preparing for competitive examinations like JEE Advanced 2020.
Practice questions and solutions for JEE preparation, NDLI tutorial for JEE Advanced for 12 years, are available in the repository.
Prof Partha Pratim Das, Joint-Principal Investigator, NDLI elaborated further - "The solutions have been prepared from the perspective of undergraduate students who have cleared JEE as well as subject matter experts and doctoral students in related areas. Hence the solutions are diverse and students can opt for their preferred methods. Further, we have provided reference materials for related problems, so students can explore further the topics".
KGP Chronicle website states that furthermore content for JEE Main for 5 years besides JEE Advance is expected to be made available soon. There is a wide spectrum of study material available for school students, law students, undergraduate science students and undergraduate students of other disciplines besides the JEE preparatory module.
The government is trying their best in putting students at ease and by taking this step forward in making study material accessible freely to students.
Please visit and continue your studies. Please let us know how we can continue to support your preparations. NDLI is accessible through the web as well as mobile App. Be safe but let us be digitally active in academics and connected," says Prof PP Chakrabarti, on his social media handle who is a Principal Investigator of NDLI.
Digital Libraries is the next generation paradigm, empowering people themselves to seek knowledge and contribute the same. Digital libraries have become a beacon of light at the end of a dark, anxious tunnel of the unknown for students.