JEE Mains Exam Pattern (Paper-I & Paper-II) and Syllabus

National Testing Agency (NTA) will commence the JEE Mains examination and for this, all the applicants must be working hard. However, before anything else, if applicants are not aware of the pattern they can be in a confused state of mind. Thus one should have a crystal clear picture of the exam pattern:

JEE Mains Exam Pattern:

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Main Paper1: Engineering (B.Tech/ BE)

  • Mode of Exam: Paper 1 will be commenced in the online mode (CBT). Paper is based on objective type
  • Language: The question paper will appear in Hindi and English. Those who write in Daman Diu, Gujarat, Dadra, and Nagar Haveli can write the exam in Gujarati as well. Applicants must fill the question language in the application for avoiding all confusions
  • Exam duration: The exam duration will be 3 hours. However, those who are disabled with 40 % and above will be given 4 hours rather than 3.
  • Marking scheme: There will be negative marking and for every incorrect answer 1/4 marks will be deducted.

JEE Main Paper – I (B.E/ B.Tech)

Subject Number of Questions Marks Distribution
Physics 25 100
Mathematics 25 100
Chemistry 25 100
Total 75 300

Paper 2: Architecture (B.Planning/B.Arch)

  • Mode of Exam: Paper 2 will be commenced in the offline mode. One needs to choose the mode between the two available options. Paper is based on objective type
  • Language: The question paper will take place in Hindi and English. However, Those who write in Daman Diu, Gujarat, Dadra, and Nagar Haveli can write the exam in Gujarati. Make the user for mentioning the language while filling the application form to avoid problems further.
  • Exam duration: The exam duration is 3 hours but those who are physically disabled will be given 4 hours and not 3.
  • Marking scheme: This paper will be based on the negative marking and for every incorrect answer, there will be the deduction of 1/4 marks
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JEE Main Paper – II (B.Arch)

Subject Number of Questions Marks Distribution
Aptitude Test 50 200
Mathematics 25 100
Drawing Test 2 100
Total 77 400

JEE Main Paper – III (B.Plan)

Subject Number of Questions Marks Distribution
Aptitude Test 50 200
Mathematics 25 100
Planning Based Questions -Part II 25 100
Total 100 400

JEE Mains Syllabus:

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JEE Mains Paper- I (B.E/ B.Tech) Syllabus:

Physics:

The topics include in Physics are Physics and measurement, Laws of motion, Rotational motion, Thermodynamics, Electronic devices, Oscillations and waves, Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents, Current electricity, Optics, Work, energy and power, Electrostatics, Kinetic theory of gases, Kinematics, Gravitation, Properties of solids and liquids, etc.

Mathematics:

Relations, Sets, and functions, Integral calculus, Matrices and determinants, Complex numbers and quadratic equations, Mathematical induction, Sequences and series, Binomial theorem and its simple applications, Statistics and probability, Trigonometry, Vector algebra, Permutations and combinations, Mathematical reasoning, etc.

Chemistry:

Organic Chemistry: The important topics are the Purification and characterization of organic compounds, Chemistry in everyday life, Organic compounds containing halogens, Organic compounds containing nitrogen, Some basic principles of organic chemistry, etc.

Inorganic Chemistry: Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, Hydrogen, D – and f – block elements, Environmental chemistry, Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals), Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements, etc.

Physical Chemistry: Some basic concepts in chemistry, Equilibrium, Atomic structure, Chemical thermodynamics, Chemical kinetics, Chemical bonding and molecular structure, States of matter, etc.

JEE Mains Paper II & III (B.Arch/ B.Plan) Syllabus:

Part I: Awareness of persons, places, Buildings, Visualizing three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional drawings, Materials, Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical, and Verbal), Visualizing, etc.

Part II: Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, Transformation of forms both 2 D and 3 D union, building forms and elements, color texture, harmony and contrast, subtraction, Creating two dimensional and three-dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms, rotation, etc.

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