The application process for JEE Main 2023 began on December 15, 2022, and ended on January 12, 2023. Candidates who wish to apply for the exam must fill out the application form before the last date. The application fee for the exam is Rs. 650 for general category candidates and Rs. 325 for SC/ST/PwD category candidates. However, candidates who are looking for corrections in the JEE Main Application Form can make the corrections before Jan 14, 2023, at the official website. Candidates can modify their particulars in the online application form of JEE Main 2023 Session 1.
JEE Main 2023 exam will be conducted in two phases – the first phase will be held from January 24 to January 31, 2023, and the second phase will be held from April 6 to April 12, 2023. The exam will be conducted in both online and offline modes.
Aspiring candidates must meet certain eligibility criteria and submit their application form along with the required documents. One of the important documents that must be submitted as a photograph and signature of the candidate. The photograph and signature of the candidate must be uploaded in the prescribed format while filling out the JEE Main 2023 application form.
Applicants are requested to upload high-quality scanned photographs & signatures. In this article, we have explained the JEE Main Photo size & Signature Guidelines.
- The photograph should be in JPEG/JPG format and should be between the size 10 KB to 200 KB.
- The photograph should be a recent passport-size color or black/white photograph with a candidate’s name and date of taking that photo should be printed.
- The background of the photo should be a light color, preferably white background.
- The photograph should be taken in a professional studio and should not be more than three months old.
- The photograph should be clear and should not be blurred or have any red-eye effect.
- The photograph should not be edited or tampered with in any way.
- Cap, Hats, or dark sunglasses should not be worn. Only religious headwear is allowed but it must not cover your face.
- Avoid using a mobile phone camera to click a photo.
- The face of the candidate should cover more than 75% of the total area.
- The signature should be in JPEG/JPG format and should be between the size 4 KB to 30 KB.
- The signature of the candidate should be done on white paper with a black ink pen.
- The signature should be clear and should not be smudged or blurred.
- The signature should not be done in capital letters or in any other language other than English.
- It must be signed by the applicant and father/mother/ guardian (separately) and not by any other person.
- The signature should be done in the same way as it is done in the candidate’s passport or other official documents.
It is important to note that the photograph and signature should be uploaded as per the guidelines mentioned above. Any discrepancy in the photograph or signature may lead to the rejection of the application form. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the photograph and signature are uploaded in the prescribed format.