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Introduction to JEE Main Examination

JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is conducted nationwide, helping students obtain admission to various engineering colleges in India. Until 2017, the JEE examination was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, however, in 2018, the Union Minister announced that from 2018 onwards the newly formed NTA or National Testing Agency will conduct the JEE examination and it will be held twice a year.

The Joint Entrance Examination consists of two different examinations - JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The JEE Main is an undergraduate nationwide engineering entrance examination conducted for admission to the B.E/B.Tech programs offered by the 31 National Institutes of Technology, 23 Indian Institutes of Information Technology, and the 23 Centrally Funded Technical Institutes.

JEE Advanced is the entrance examination for obtaining admission into the 23 IITs of India. However, for appearing in JEE Advanced, a candidate has to qualify for the JEE Main first. The mode of examination for JEE Main is computer-based, and the examination is held twice a year. As per the latest regulations, the best score out of the two exams will be used for ranking of the candidate. The JEE Main examination has two papers; candidates can appear for either or both the papers. Paper I is for admission into various B.Tech courses, while Paper-II is for B.Arch admissions. Some states like Orissa and Madhya Pradesh use the JEE main marks for admission; however, the criteria for admission is different in every state.

About JEE Main Syllabus

The JEE Main examination is conducted by the National Testing Agency. The test as already mentioned is divided into two papers, Paper I for B.Tech entrance while paper II is for B. Arch entrance.The syllabus for JEE Main 2019 has been released by NTA.

JEE Main 2019 Paper I Syllabus

JEE Main 2019 Mathematics Syllabus
  • Sets, Relations and functions
  • Complex number and their quadratic equations
  • Matrices and Determinants
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Mathematical Inductions
  • Binomial Theorem and its simple applications
  • Series and sequence
  • Limit
  • Continuity
  • Differentiability
  • Integral calculus
  • Differential Equations
  • Co-ordinate Geometry
  • 3 D Geometry
  • Vector Algebra
  • Statistics and Probabilities
  • Trigonometry
  • Mathematical reasoning
JEE Main 2019 Physics Syllabus
  • Physical units and measurements
  • Electrostatics
  • Laws of motion
  • Kinematics
  • Rotational Motion
  • Properties of Solids
  • Gravitation
  • Properties of Liquids
  • Kinetic Theory for gases
  • Thermodynamics
  • Oscillations and waves
  • Magnetic effects of current
  • Current electricity
  • Electromagnetic induction
  • Magnetism
  • Alternating current
  • Matter and its dual nature
  • Nuclei and Atoms
  • Electronic devices
  • Optics
  • Radiation
  • Various experimental skills
  • Communication systems
JEE Main 2019 Chemistry Syllabus
  • States of matter
  • Basics of chemistry
  • Atomic structure
  • Molecular structure
  • Chemical bonding
  • Solutions
  • Chemical thermodynamics
  • Redox reactions
  • Equilibrium
  • Chemical Kinetics
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry
  • Elements: classification and periodicity
  • Metallurgy: general properties and various principles of isolations for metals
  • Alkali and alkaline earth metals i.e S-block elements
  • P-block elements
  • Hydrogen
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 14 elements
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 13 elements
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 16 elements
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 17 elements
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 18 elements
  • P-block elements with special emphasis on Group 15 elements
  • Co-ordination compounds
  • D and F block elements
  • Organic compounds: purification and characteristics
  • Organic Chemistry: Basic principles
  • Environmental  chemistry
  • Organic compounds: halogens
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Organic Compounds with oxygen
  • Polymers
  • Organic compounds of nitrogen
  • Chemistry applied in daily life
  • Biomolecules
  • Principles of practical chemistry

JEE Main 2019 Paper II Syllabus

Mathematics same as above

JEE Main 2019 Drawing Syllabus



Awareness for persons, places, buildings, and materials


Texture relating to architecture and build- environment

Visualization of 3D objects from 2D diagrams

Analytical Reasoning

Mental Ability

Three Dimensional

Perception ability

Understanding and appreciating the scale and proportion of objects

Building of forms and elements

Colour texture

Colour harmony

Colour contrast

Designing and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns by pencil

Transformation of forms both 2D and 3D union

Subtraction of surfaces and volumes

Rotation of surfaces and volumes

Development of surfaces and volumes

Generation of plans

Elevation and 3 D views of objects

Creation of 2 D and 3 D compositions with the help of given shapes and forms

Sketching of scenes or activities from memory or any given urbanscape

Landscapes and rural lives.

JEE Main 2019 Important Dates



February 8th, 2019 - March 7th 2019

JEE Main April Application

Mode of application: Online

February 8th - March 8th 2019

Date for fees submission

March 11th - March 15th 2019

Correction of particulars in application (if any)

Mode of correction: Online

March 18th - March 20th 2019

JEE Main April Release of Admit Cards

Mode of release: Online

April 6th 2019 - April 20th 2019

JEE Main examination (April)

Mode of examination: Online

April 30th 2019

Declaration of result (Paper 1)

Mode of declaration: Online  

May 15th 2019

Declaration of results (Paper 2)

Mode of declaration: Online

JEE Main 2019 Eligibility Criteria

JEE Main is an undergraduate nationwide entrance test for gaining admission into engineering and technical colleges of the country. The minimal eligibility criteria for filing application is as follows:




According to the rules of NTA there is no age limit for appearing for the examination. However, the candidate must have passed 10+2 in the years of  2017/2018 or is appearing in the said exam in 2019, irrespective of his or her date of birth.


Candidate must have passed 10+2 in the year 2017/2018 or is appearing for the same exam in 2019

Subjects wise eligibility

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Technical/Vocational subjects/Language/ or any other subject

Required qualifying marks for admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs  

Score requirement of minimum 75% marks or in top 20 percentile of their respective boards for General Categories

For candidates of reserved categories - SC/ST minimal score requirement is 65%

Eligibility for JEE Paper II

Candidates who are opting for architectural courses must have passed 10+2  or any equivalent examination with minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
The candidates must also score 50% marks in aggregate in the qualifying examination.

For Paper II, diploma holders will not be eligible

Reservation criteria of seats

For OBC candidates belonging to NCL (Non-Creamy Layer) – 27%

For SC candidates - 15%

For ST candidates - 7.5%

For PwD (Persons with Disability) candidates with 40% or more disability - 3% horizontal
Note: Reservations in IIITs, NITs, CFTIs will be as per the rules of the central list and not according to their respective state lists.

JEE Main 2019 Exam Pattern

The JEE Main examination for April will be taken in two parts - Paper 1 and Paper 2. A candidate can appear in either or both of the papers according to his/her preferences. JEE main pattern and stages are listed below:

JEE Main 2019 Paper I

  • The mode of JEE Main Exam will be completely online. It is a computer-based test
  • The duration for the examination will be 3 hours
  • Number of shifts: For Paper I there will be two shifts per day
    9:30 A.M to 12:30 P.M, 2:30 P.M to 5:30 P.M
  • There will be three sections in the question paper - Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
  • Question types: All Multiple Choice questions
  • Number Pattern:  There will be 30 questions in each section i.e Physics - 30 questions, Chemistry - 30 questions, Mathematics - 30 questions, each carrying 4 marks
  • Negative marking: For each correct answer, four marks will be given while for each wrong answer, 1 mark will be cut.

JEE Main 2019 Paper II

  • The mode of examination JEE main Paper II for Mathematics and Aptitude test will be Online. It is also a Computer-Based Test. The drawing examination will be held offline on pen paper mode.
  • Duration of the examination will be 3 hours
  • Number of shifts will be 2
  • There will be three sections in the question paper:  Mathematics, General Aptitude and Drawing Skills
  • Question Types:  For mathematics and general aptitude objective type questions will be given while for the drawing test, drawing and sketching abilities will be judged.
  • Number of questions: General Aptitude  - 50, Mathematics - 30, Drawing skills - 3
  • Marks division: In case of General Aptitude and Mathematics for each answer that’s correct, 4 marks will be given while for every wrong answer 1 gets deducted. In case of drawing questions, the total marks given will be 70. The individual marks each question carries will be mentioned on the question paper itself.

Important guidelines for JEE Main exam day

Here are a few guidelines regarding what to do, what to carry and what not to carry on the examination day, which the candidates should abide by.

  • Candidates should reach the exam centre one hour before the scheduled time of examination for the registration process.
  • A candidate must carry the admit card for JEE Main examination 2019 provided by NTA to the examination centre. A candidate without the correct admit card will not be allowed in the examination centre under any circumstances.
  • Candidates should carry a valid ID proof along with the admit card.
  • Except for the Admit card and valid ID proof, no other form of documents, papers etc. will be allowed inside the examination hall.
  • Candidates must follow and abide by the rules and instructions given by the invigilators/centre superintendent.
  • Candidates are advised to take their respective allotted seats immediately. They can log in to their system and read the instructions given.
  • Pen/pencil, scribble pad /sheet for rough work will be provided by the examination centre. Candidates must write their name and roll number on top of the rough sheet provided. The sheet provided must be returned to the invigilators at the end of the exam.
  • For Paper II, candidates must bring their own geometry box, pencils, erasers, scales, colour or crayons if required.
  • Water colouring or any other form of paint colouring is not allowed on the drawing sheet.
  • Candidates are required to fill in the required details on the attendance sheet, sign on the designated place, and attach their passport size photograph on the designated area in the sheet.
  • Candidates are advised to have a clean and smudge free left thumb for left thumb impression.
  • For pen and paper-based exams, candidates can bring cardboard or clipboard ensuring that nothing is written on it. They should also bring their own Ballpoint pen (black /blue) of good quality.
Links to the official website

The link for the official site of NTA JEE Main: Students can refer to the site for any official information as well as for other details pertaining to the exam.


1. If I fail in one subject in class 12, am I still eligible for JEE Main 2019?

A: In case you appeared for 12th final in 2016 and failed in one subject and cleared it in 2017 then you are not eligible to apply. However in case you appeared in 2017 and failed and cleared it on 2018, or you appeared in 12th in 2018 and failed and are going to reappear in 2019 boards, then in both the cases you are eligible to apply.

2. If I appear for improvement in 5 subjects, which of the scores will be considered for JEE Main 2019?

A: The best amongst all scores will be considered.

3. Can I appear for improvement in one subject in class 12, and apply for JEE Main 2019?

A: Yes it is allowed if you are attempting to obtain the required 75% in Class 12 boards. In case you are opting for top 20 percentile criteria you have to reappear in all 5 subjects.

4. I am a diploma holder, am I eligible for applying?

A: Technically you can apply in JEE Main. However, you have to qualify for the exam to sit for JEE Advanced. IIIT, NITs or CFTIs don’t allow diploma holders as candidates.

5. I don’t have 75% in 12th boards, can I apply?

A: You can apply and appear for the examination; however if opting for IIT JEE main you might face difficulty as IIITs, NITs, CFTIs will take only candidates having 75% or more score in the 12th boards.

6. How to know my State eligibility for JEE Main?

A: The state from which candidate has given 12th board examination is his/her state of eligibility. The respective state code of eligibility will be provided by JEE Main officials, candidates have to fill those codes in their respective application forms.

7. What will be the state of eligibility for improvement candidates or institutional abroad candidates or NIOS?

A: In case a candidate has passed his/her 12th boards from a particular state, but has appeared for subject improvement examination from another state his/her state of eligibility will be the state from where they appeared in the 12th boards and not the state of improvement. For Indian nationals who have passed their 12th boards from any institution abroad, his/her state of eligibility will be the state of their permanent residence mentioned in the passport. Candidates who have appeared in 12th boards from NIOS should select their state of eligibility based on the state in which their study centre is located. The clause for eligibility of state is not applicable for students belonging to Bhutan/ Nepal/ OCI/PIO/Other foreign countries.  

8. What are the eligibility criteria for home state quota of NITs?

A: For a candidate to be eligible for the home state quota he/she must appear in the 12th board examination from that particular state where that respective NIT is located.

9. After completion of the 12th examination, I have a year gap, am I still eligible?

A: Yes, you are eligible. As long as the year of passing is compliant to laws dictated by NTA candidate with gap year/drop year are eligible.

10. I am dyslexic. Am I eligible for PWD quota?

A: Dyslexic candidates are eligible for PWD quota. Such candidates need to submit:

  • An application for obtaining disability certificate by Persons with Disability
  • A proper Disability Certificate
  • A category certificate

11. Can I apply for both the papers in JEE Main 2019?

A: Yes you can. A candidate can apply for both paper 1 and paper 2 in JEE Main 2019.

12. I have biology as a subject in 12th, along with physics and chemistry. Am I eligible to apply?

A: No. For a candidate to be eligible he/she must have mathematics as one subject in 12th boards.

13. What is the different quota seats for JEE Main 2019?

A: The categories who are eligible for ‘All India quota seats’ in JEE Main 2019 are Women candidates, PWD candidates with 40% or more disability, SC, ST, OBC category candidates, and home state candidate for that particular NIT.

14. Is there any defence personal quota?

A:  No. There is no special reservation for the defence category.

15. Is there a sports quota for NITs, IIITs or CFTIs in JEE Main 2019?

A: No. there is no sports quota in JEE Main 2019.

16. Can I use a calculator during the examination?

A: No. Candidates are not allowed to use any calculator or any other form of electronic gadgets during the examination.

17. Which browsers are to be used while filling up online application for JEE Main 2019?

A: Candidates are advised to use Internet Explorer/Mozilla Firefox (above 9.0) while filling up the application form online. In case error or time-out message being displayed continuously, clear all web browser history and cookies.

18. In case of multiple applications will the applications be rejected?

A: Multiple applications from a particular candidate will not be accepted and will be rejected. NTA will accept only one application form and the admit card will be generated based on that application only.

19. I belong from a place with no access to internet or computer and also have no prior experience of filling up of online forms. What should I do?

A: NTA will give a list of schools, colleges and related institutions with computer and internet facilities which will also work as Test practising centres for permitting free practice sessions.

20. Are there any changes in the JoSSA counselling process?

A: No there will be no changes in the JoSSA counselling process.

21. How will the normalization score for JEE Main 2019 be decided?

A: For understanding the scoring process candidates are requested to download the Normalization Procedure - NTA score from the home page of the official JEE website.

22. How will I check my JEE Main 2019 examination fee status?

A: Candidates can check their fee status from the official NTA JEE main website. Candidates are requested to take a printout of the confirmation page once the payment is received by NTA.

In case the candidate is unable to download the fee confirmation, the following steps can be  followed:

  • In case the candidate has paid the fee through generating a fee challan and depositing the same in his/her nearest SBI bank branch, then the candidate should immediately contact the concerned bank authority for updating his/her fee status on the website.
  • In case of online credit/debit card, if the payment status is not Ok, then the candidates are advised to wait for at least 48 hours for an auto-update. If it does not get updated even then, that will indicate that the transaction has been cancelled. The amount debited will be automatically refunded back to the concerned credit/debit card holder within 7-10 days of the transaction. However, in such cases, the candidate has to pay his/her fee once again.

23. Is there any date, time, and shift option available in JEE Main 2019?

A: No such provision is available. As per the NTA guidelines, to determine the best score on the basis of two attempts made by an equal number of candidates is mandatory. Hence software-based random allotment for time and shift will occur, and candidates won’t have an option in this regard.


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