- Wash Your hands frequently.
- Maintain social distancing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Throw used tissue into closed bins immediately after use.
- Practice respiratory hygiene by covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze.
- If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care at the earliest. Stay informed and follow the advice given by your healthcare provider.
How To Study in 21 Days Lockdown || An Opportunity to Take the Lead
As you all know to curb Coronavirus, Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi declared 21 Days complete Lockdown of the Nation. The outbreak of Coronavirus has led to the health crises in our Nation. We together can handle this Pandemic situation by following precautions and generating awareness among people. This time is very crucial for all those who are preparing for JEE and NEET. As the Time Once Gone is Gone Forever, So make the best use of this time and be careful and utilize this time in an organized way. Know How to Study in 21 Days Lockdown & Take the Lead during this Period. Guidelines for the JEE 2020 & NEET 2020 AspirantsIf you have completed your syllabus for the upcoming exam, then this is the best time to revise and practice more to increase your speed and accuracy.Guidelines for Class 11th to 12th Moving StudentsFor all those, who have completed their Class 11th should not waste this best time of their Exam Preparation. So, they should utilize this time carefully. The students can revise their Class 11th syllabus and follow the guidelines for class 12th. Those who have revised Class 11th completely, they should start studying Class 12th Chapters. It’s Time to take a lead.JEE T-21 for Class 11th to 12th moving StudentsGuidelines for Class 10th to 11th Moving StudentsStudents, who’ve completed their class 10th have full 2 Years for the JEE or NEET Preparation. This is the golden opportunity for all of them. Utilize this time by starting the chapters of class 11th. Make the best use of this time and start learning from eSaral App.JEE T-22 for Class 10th to 11th moving StudentsKnow How to Make the Best Out of These Days, Watch out the Video by Prateek Sir (IIT- Bombay)
To ensure your Learning never gets affected in this Pandemic Situation, eSaral has taken a lead in this regard and has made eSaral App FREE till 15th April’20. So the students can safely Study from home. eSaral App comprises complete courses for Class 9 to 12, JEE & NEET including Video Tutorials, Complete Study Material designed by Top IITians & Doctor Faculties.Click Here To Download eSaral App.As per the official notification released by NTA (National Testing Agency) JEE Main April-2020 exam has been postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19. New dates of JEE (Main) examinations will be announced on 31st March 2020.Postponement of the JEE Mains April exam shouldn’t hamper your Study Schedule. You Can’t Afford to take risk at this time of JEE Preparation Journey. Take this time as an opportunity and continue your JEE & NEET preparation with the same enthusiasm as you would have if the exam hadn’t been canceled.Try to solve as many test papers as you can. Practice last 10 Years Questions. Attempt Mock tests on a regular basis. All these are available on eSaral App.Don’t be lenient with Your Exam Preparations, Do not let the CoronaVirus outbreak stop you from reaching your goals, Use this time carefully. Keep preparing, Stay safe & Stay home Coronavirus Preventive Measures to be followed: