Such candidates will have to pay a prescribed fee of Rs. 500 through a demand draft drawn in favor of Secretary, CBSE payable at Delhi/New Delhi issued by any scheduled bank.
Candidates who have already applied under RTI Act 2005or otherwise can apply again with the required fee of Rs. 500.
The application must have the roll number, name, and address of the candidate correctly mentioned. You should also write your JEE Main roll number and name at the back of the bank draft. The application should be sent by speed post or can be submitted personally at the following address:
JEE Unit, CBSE
H-149, Sector 63
The board will send the photocopy of the OMR sheet and calculation sheet by speed post for the applications received on or before May 27. Applications received after that will not be entertained. This procedure is only for candidates and no copy would be provided to schools or other institutes for commercial use.
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