JEE MAIN EXAM, Syllabus, Exam Pattern & Application Form

JEE(Joint Entrance Examination) main exam is the entrance examination which is for admission to the National Institutes of Technology(NIT s), Indian Institutes of Technology(IIT s), and some other colleges designated as”centrally funded technical institutes”(CFTI s).

JEE Main  is conducted by NTA (National test agency) from 2019 onwards. This examination was being conducted by the central board of secondary education (CBSE) until 2018. JEE main exam is started in the year 2002 and continues.


Even JEE main is extremely tough, yet the number of aspirants keeps on increasing every year. the JEE main is conducted twice a year in January and April. But now because of corona HRD ministry has confirmed that JEE main 2020 conducted from September 1 to 6,2020.

JEE mains exam is conducted in the online process. As candidates qualify in the JEE main they can appear for JEE advance exam.

JEE main consists of three subjects. That Physics is the toughest subject among the three subjects. Mathematics is easy to paper and chemistry is moderately easy, according to experts.

Class 12 marks have no weightage in the preparation of the JEE main exam.

JEE main exam duration is of 3 hours and the exam is conducted in three languages., English, Hindi, Gujarati. There is no age limit for applying the JEE main exam. To apply for JEE main exam candidates should complete the 12th standard. Candidates should require 75%  to qualify in JEE main exam.

In JEE main for correct answer =+4 marks and if the answer is incorrect= -1 mark and foe Unattempted answer= 0 marks.

Also Read: JEE MAIN 2020: LATEST UPDATES, Admit Card, Answer Key

JEE Main consists of numerical based questions as well as objective type multiple choice questions and each subject consist of 100 marks .e.., three subjects 300 marks. The paper will have a total of 100 questions.

  • In JEE main exam maths syllabus is

unit 1 – Sets,Relations,and Functions

unit 2 -Complex numbers and Quadratic equations

unit 3 -Matrices and Determines

unit 4 -Permutations and combinations

unit 5 -Mathematical induction

unit 6 -Binomial theorem

unit 7 -Sequence and series

unit 8 -Limit, continuity, and Differentiability

unit 9 -Integration calculus

unit 10 -Differential equations

unit 11 -Coordinate Geometry

unit 12 -3D geometry

unit 13 – Vector Algebra

unit 14 -Statistics and Probability

unit 15 -Trigonometry

unit 16- Mathematical Reasoning

  • Physics syllabus is

unit 1 -Physics and Measurement

unit 2 – Kinematics

unit 3-Laws of motion

unit 4 -Work, energy, and power

unit 5 -Rotational motion

unit 6- Gravitation

unit 7 -Properties of solids and liquids

unit 8 -Thermodynamics

unit 9-Kinetic theory of gases

unit 10-Oscillations and waves

unit 11-Electrostatics

unit 12 -Current electricity

unit 13 -Magnetic effects of current and magnetism

unit 14 -Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

unit 15-Electromagnetic waves

unit 16-Optics

unit 17-Dual nature of matter and radiation

unit 18-Atoms and Nuclei

unit 19-Electronic devices

unit 20-Communication systems

  • Chemistry syllabus is

unit 1 -Some basics concepts of chemistry

unit 2 -States of matter

unit 3-Atomic structure

unit 4 -Chemical bonding and molecular structure

unit 5 -Chemical thermodynamics

unit 6 -Solutions

unit 7-Equilibrium

unit 8- Redox  reactions and electrochemistry

unit 9-Chemical kinetics

unit 10-Surface chemistry

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