Students in Gujarat and Maharashtra will have the choice of taking the exam in Gujarati, Marathi or Urdu apart from Hindi and English. The move will benefit 66,000 students of these states who will take the exam on April 6. Though the provision of writing in Marathi and Urdu has been introduced for the first time, Gujarati was introduced last year after the state agreed to use the results for admission to state engineering colleges. In 2013, only Gujarat had agreed to adopt the result of JEE (Mains) for admission to its technical institutes. This year, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Odisha have also joined the system. In another first, answer key of the papers will be uploaded on the website from April 25 and 27.