IIT JEE Main Exam

JEE Main 2023: Notification(Out), Application Form(Out), Exam Dates, Eligibility, Pattern, Counselling, Result

Last Modified on : 25 Jan 2023

Joint Entrance Examination Main, commonly known as JEE Main, is a national-level entrance exam conducted by the National Testing Agency to offer admission to BE/BTech, BPlan, and BArch courses at the IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), NITs (National Institute of Technology) and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) across the country.

Top potential 2.5 lakh score holders in JEE Main 2023 will be eligible to apply for JEE Advanced for admission to various undergraduate engineering programs offered by IITs in India. The counselling cum seat allotment for all the IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs will be organized and managed by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).

JEE Main 2023 Latest Notification – 

- Registration for JEE Main 2023 (Session I) started on 15th December 2022.

- Registration for JEE Main 2023 (Session II) will start on 7th February 2023.

- NTA has released the Exam dates for session I dates are the 24th, 25th, 29th, 30th & 31st of January, and the 1st of February 2023.

- NTA has released the Exam dates for session II dates are the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th of April 2023.

- NTA has revised the eligibility; students must secure 75% in class 12th(65% for SC/ST student).

Check detailed JEE Main 2023 news here.

Advisory regarding COVID-19

Candidates are advised to carry the following items to the examination venue:

  • JEE Main 2023 Admit Card
  • Self-declaration duly filled in
  • Transparent ballpoint pen
  • Passport-size photograph (for attendance sheet)
  • Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)
  • Transparent water bottle
  • Sugar tablets and fruits for diabetic candidates.

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About Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main

The JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is one of the most competitive engineering entrance exams conducted at the national level for admission to B.E./B.Tech & B.Arch courses. The exam is conducted in two stages, namely JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). The JEE Main exam is regulated by the NTA (National Testing Agency) twice a year to select candidates for admission into various government, centrally-funded and private engineering institutions.

By qualifying for the JEE (Main) exam, students can get admission into the Undergraduate Engineering programs in NITs (National Institute of Technology), IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), and CFTIs (Centrally Funded Technical Institutes). They can also appear for the JEE (Advanced) to get admission into the eminent IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology). Besides IITs, reputed institutions such as IISER (Indian Institution of Science Education and Research), Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, and the Indian Institute of Science also enroll students based on their marks in JEE (Advanced).

About JEE Main 2023

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has established NTA as an “independent autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization” for conducting “efficient, transparent and international standard tests in order to assess the competency of candidates for admissions to premier higher education institutions''. From 2019 onwards, the Department of Higher Education (DHE) has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the JEE Main exam to the National Testing Agency.

The JEE Main 2023 will be conducted two times (April and May) before admissions in the next academic session. Registration for the JEE Main April 2023 exam will start on 7th February 2023. Here are some benefits students will make the most out of the new pattern –

  • Candidates will have one more opportunity to improve their scores. For instance, if some candidates fail to score big in the April session, they can bounce back and improve their scores in the next session without wasting their whole academic year.
  • The best of the JEE Main scores will be considered for the ranking/ merit list.
  • Candidates appearing for the first time will get first-hand experience in taking the entrance test. This will help them understand the process, know their mistakes and prepare accordingly while attempting for the second time.
  • Failing to appear for one session for reasons beyond your control won’t make you wait for one full year.

The examination will be held in both CBT and offline modes. B.E./ B.Tech./ B. Arch (Mathematics Part I)/ B.Planning (Mathematics Part I)/ Aptitude Test (Part II)/ Planning Based Questions (Part II/I) will be conducted in the Computer Based Test. The drawing Test (Part III) will be held offline or in Pen & Paper Based mode. The option for selecting the question paper language needs to be exercised at the time of filling up the application form. This cannot be changed at a later stage.

IIT JEE Main 2007 – 2018 (12 Years Solved Papers) - Get it Now

JEE Main Exam 2023 Quick Overview

Appearing in the upcoming Joint Entrance Examination Main exam? Take a quick look at the exam overview and brace yourself up for the ultimate day.

Name of the Exam

Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main)

Conducting Authority

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Official Website

nta.ac.in or jeemain.nic.in

Exam Occurrence

For 2023, April and May 

No. of Test Takers

Over 13 Lakh

Mode of Exam

CBT (Computer-based test)

Exam Language

Hindi, English, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu

Exam Type

National Level (All India Level)

Number of Papers

2 (Two)

Paper 1 - B.E./ B.Tech

Paper 2 - B. Arch/ B.Planning

Offered Courses

Undergraduate courses

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Important Changes in the NTA JEE Main Exam -

The Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) has brought significant changes in the JEE Main exam pattern, which includes.

  • As per recent changes, students from humanities & commerce with mathematics are eligible for the B.Planning course.
  • The number of questions has been reduced, and the question typology has also been changed. More than this, from JEE Main January 2021 exams, paper 1 will have 30 questions, out of which 20 will be MCQs (Section A), while the rest 10 will be “questions with the answer as a numerical value, with equal weightage to physics, mathematics, and chemistry (section B). In section B, candidates will have the choice of attempting only 5 questions out of 10. There will be no negative marking in Section B.
  • For the BArch exam, the mathematics paper will include 30 questions, with 20 MCQs and 10 numerical value-type questions. Apart from this, there will be an aptitude test of 200 marks (50 questions), which will be held in MCQ format, and a drawing test of 100 marks (2 questions).
  • Class 12th roll number verification is not required.
  • Students who have Diabetes can bring sugar tablets, fruits, and transparent water bottles to the examination center.
  • NTA has established 4,000 practice training centers for the JEE Main applicants. Candidates can take advantage of these centers only on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Students can appear twice for the JEE Main 2023 exams (April and May). The best score will be used for admissions in the undergraduate courses, i.e. B. Tech, B.E., etc.

JEE Main Exam Previous Years Solved Papers

  • IIT JEE Main 2007 - 2018 Solved Papers Download
  • IIT JEE 2007 - 2018 Solved Papers Download

JEE Main Exam 2023 Important Dates

Here are the dates of multiple sessions of JEE Main 2023 exam.

JEE Main 2023 Exam Events

April Session

May Session

Notification date

15th December 2022

 

Application form start date

15th December 2022

7th February 2023

Registration end date

12th January 2023

7th March 2023

Correction Window

13th and 14th January 2023

-

Admit Card

21st January 2023

March 2023

Exam Date

24th, 25th, 29th, 30th, 31st January and 1st February 2023

6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th April 2023

Answer Key

24th January 2023

TBA

Result Declared

TBA

TBA

Counselling

TBA

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JEE Main 2023 Exam Schedule

The exam timing is 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (morning shift) and 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (afternoon shift).

Exam Events

Morning Shift

Afternoon Shift

Entry in the Exam Centre/Hall/Room, Frisking, Biometric Registration/ 

Record of manual attendance by Invigilator, document verification/cross-checking of Admit Card,

A signature and photo match are to be completed by Invigilator, etc.

7:30 AM to 8:30 AM

2:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Instructions by the Invigilator (s)

8:30 AM to 8:50 AM

2:30 PM to 2:50 PM

Exam commences

9:00 AM

3:00 PM

Exam ends

12:00 PM

6:00 PM

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JEE Main Exam 2023 Pattern & Syllabus

JEE Main Exam Pattern 2023

The candidates seeking admission in the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) or Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) programs should attend the 1st Paper (300 marks). Those seeking admission to the Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) should appear in the 2nd Paper (400 marks). For admission to the B.Planning course, the students have to take up the 3rd paper (400 marks). Here is the detailed JEE Main 2023 exam pattern for both papers –

JEE Main 2023 - Paper 1, Paper 2 and Paper 3 Exam Pattern:

Particulars of Question Paper 1

Particulars of Question Paper 2

Particulars of Question Paper 2

It is held for the B. Tech/B.E. Admission.

It is held for the B.Arch. Admission.

It is held for the B.Planning Admission.

Subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Subjects – Maths Part I, Aptitude Part II and Drawing Test Part III.

Subjects – Mathematics Part 1, Aptitude Test Part II and Planning Based Objective Type MCQs Part III

A total number of questions – Mathematics (30 Questions), Physics (30 questions) and Chemistry (30 questions) = 90 questions.

Total number of questions (B.Arch) – Mathematics Part I (30 questions), Aptitude Test Part II (50 questions) and Drawing Test Part III (02 questions) =

82 questions.

Total number of questions (B.Planning) – Mathematics Part I (30 Questions), Aptitude Test Part II (50 Questions) and Planning Based Objective Type MCQs Part III (25 Questions) = 105 questions

Total marks -300

Total marks – 400

Total marks – 400

Duration – 3 hours.

But for candidates with 40% disability, the exam duration is extended to 4 hours.

Duration – 3 hours.

But for candidates with 40% disability, the exam duration is extended to 4 hours.

Duration – 3 hours.

But for candidates with 40% disability, the exam duration is extended to 4 hours.

Marking scheme (MCQs) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Marking scheme (MCQs) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Marking scheme (MCQs) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Negative marking scheme (MCQs) - 1 mark deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Negative marking scheme (MCQs) - 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Negative marking scheme (MCQs) - 1 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Marking scheme (Numerical Value) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Marking scheme (Numerical Value) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Marking scheme (Numerical Value) – 4 marks for each correct answer.

Negative marking scheme (Numerical Value) – 0 mark deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Negative marking scheme (Numerical Value) - 0 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Negative marking scheme (Numerical Value) - 0 mark is deducted for every incorrect answer.

 

There will be no deduction for unanswered questions/ marked for reviews.

Mode of Exam – Computer-based Test (CBT)

Mode of Exam – CBT for Mathematics and Aptitude and Offline for Drawing Test

Mode of Exam – CBT for Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning-Based Questions

Type of Questions - Each subject has 30 objective-type questions.

Type of Questions - Objective type for Mathematics and Aptitude section.

 

Drawing: Questions to test drawing and sketching skills 

Type of Questions – MCQs for Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning Based Questions.

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Marking Distribution for Paper 1 (BE/B.Tech):

Paper-1 Subjects

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Mathematics

20 (MCQs) + 10 (Numerical Value)

100

Physics

20 (MCQs) + 10 (Numerical Value)

100

Chemistry

20 (MCQs) + 10 (Numerical Value)

100

Total

90

300

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Marking Scheme for Paper 2 (B.Arch):

Paper-2 Subjects

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Mathematics Part I

20 (MCQs) + 10 (Numerical Value)

100

Aptitude Test Part II

50

200

Drawing Test Part III

02

100

Total

82

400

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Marking Scheme for Paper 3 (B. Planning):

Paper-3 Subjects

No. of Questions

Maximum Marks

Mathematics Part I

20 (MCQs) + 10 (Numerical Value)

100

Aptitude Test Part II

50

200

Planning Based Objective Part III Type MCQs

25

100

Total

105

400

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Analysis of Old and New JEE Main Exam Pattern

JEE Main Exam

Old Pattern

New Pattern

No. of Papers: Two (B.E/ B.Tech and B.Arch)

No. of Papers: Three (B.E./ B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Planning)

Separate Paper for B.Planning: No

Separate Paper for B.Planning: Yes

Total Number of Questions: B.E./ B.Tech (90 Questions)

B.Arch/ B.Planning (82 Questions)

Total Number of Questions: B.E./ B.Tech (90 Questions)

B.Arch (82 Questions)

B.Planning (105 Questions)

Total Marks: B.E./ B.Tech (300 marks)

B.Arch/ B.Planning (390 marks)

Total Marks: B.E./ B.Tech (300 marks)

B.Arch (400 marks)

B.Planning (400 marks)

Numeric Value-Based Questions: No

Numeric Value-Based Questions: Yes

Planning-Based MCQs (B. Planning): No

Planning-Based MCQs (B. Planning): Yes

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JEE Main Syllabus 2023

NTA provides the JEE Main syllabus on the official website in PDF format. The JEE Main 2023 syllabus is available on the official website. This year, candidates will prepare three papers.

  • Paper-1 (B.E/ B.Tech) comprises Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Paper 2 (B.Arch) comprises Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing.
  • Paper-3 (B.Planning) will have Mathematics, Aptitude Tests and Planning Based Questions.

The official syllabus PDF comprises all the topics included in different sections. Candidates are advised to follow the syllabus strictly if appearing in the exam.

B.E/ B.Tech – Paper 1 (Mathematics) Syllabus: It has 16 units.

  • Unit 1: Sets, Relations, and Functions
  • Unit 2: Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
  • Unit 3: Matrices and Determinants
  • Unit 4: Permutations and Combinations
  • Unit 5: Mathematical Induction
  • Unit 6: Binomial Theorem and Its Simple Applications
  • Unit 7: Sequences and Series
  • Unit 8: Limit Continuity and Differentiability
  • Unit 9: Integral Calculus
  • Unit 10: Differential Equations
  • Unit 11: Coordinate Geometry
  • Unit 12: Three-Dimensional Geometry
  • Unit 13: Vector Algebra
  • Unit 14: Statistics and Probability
  • Unit 15: Trigonometry
  • Unit 16: Mathematical Reasoning

B.E/ B.Tech – Paper 1 (Physics) Syllabus: It has two sections – Section A (Theory) and Section B (Practical). Section A has 20 units.

Section A – Theory

  • 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: Atmos and Nuclei
  • Unit 19: Electronic Devices
  • Unit 20: Communication Systems

Section B – Practical

  • Unit 21: Experimental Skills

B.E/ B.Tech – Paper 1 (Chemistry) Syllabus: It has three sections – Section A (Physical Chemistry), Section B (Inorganic Chemistry) and Section C (Organic Chemistry).

Section A – Physical Chemistry

  • Unit 1: Some Basic Concepts in 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

Section B – Inorganic Chemistry

  • Unit 11: Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
  • Unit 12: General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals
  • Unit 13: Hydrogen
  • Unit 14: Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)
  • Unit 15: P-Block Elements
  • Unit 16: d-and-f Block Elements
  • Unit 17: Coordination Compounds
  • Unit 18: Environmental Chemistry

Section C – Organic Chemistry

  • Unit 19: Purification and Characterization of Organic Compounds
  • Unit 20: Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry
  • Unit 21: Hydrocarbons
  • Unit 22: Organic Compounds Containing Halogens
  • Unit 23: Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen
  • Unit 24: Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen
  • Unit 25: Polymers
  • Unit 26: Biomolecules
  • Unit 27: Chemistry In Everyday Life
  • Unit 28: Principles Related to Practical Chemistry

JEE Main Complete Syllabus 2023 – Click here

JEE Main Exam 2023 Eligibility

Students who are willing to apply for the JEE Main Exam 2023 should check the below JEE Main eligibility criteria as specified by the National Testing Agency.

To appear in the Joint Entrance Examination Main, there’s no age limit set for the candidates. Interested candidates must have passed the Class 12th examination or equivalent exam in 2021 and 2022 or appear in 2023. However, the students must meet the age limit requirements of the institutes to which they wish to be Admitted.

If you wish to get into the Indian Institutes of Technology, keep in mind that IITs do have age restrictions. Eligibility for IIT Engineering can be different for admissions to NITs, IITs, IIITs or CFTIs.

JEE Main 2023 Age Limit –

  • There’s no age limit for the candidates appearing in the JEE Main exam.

Qualification Criteria for JEE Main (Qualifying Examination) -

  • Students who have passed the 10+2 (12th standard) exam or its equivalent examination from any recognized board in 2021 and 2022 or appearing in 2023 are eligible to appear for the JEE Main 2023 Exam.
  • Students who have passed their 10+2 exam in or before 2020 are not eligible to appear for the JEE Main 2023 Exam.
  • There is no minimum pass percentage required in the 12th standard to apply for JEE Main 2023.
  • To get admission into the IITs, NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs, applicants should have a minimum aggregate score of 75% in 10+2 or other qualifying exams (65% for SC/ST/PwD)
  • Candidates must clear the Class 12th or equivalent exam with at least five main subjects to qualify for the JEE 2023 Main exam. Those candidates who have passed Class 12th with four subjects cannot appear in the exam.
  • Candidates who are applying for B.E./B. Tech admission should have Mathematics, Physics, and language, along with anyone from Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology and any other subject in 12th standard.
  • For B.Arch./B. Planning aspirants must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics at the 10+2 level of examination. The Council of Architecture has informed the National Testing Agency to follow the eligibility criteria as published in the Official Gazette on 6th June 2017. The revised eligibility for B.Arch is as under;

“No candidate shall be admitted to architecture course unless she/he has passed an examination at the end of the 10+2 scheme of examination with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and also 50% marks in aggregate of the 10+2 examination”.

This has come into force from the academic 2019-2020. On 25th September 2018, NTA uploaded a public notice on the official website in this regard.

Number of Attempts – Candidates can appear for the JEE Main exam a maximum of three times only, i.e., 3 consecutive years. Interested candidates can sit in both sessions (April and May). Both of these will be counted as a single attempt.

Disability – Candidates with 40% or more disability can request a Scribe/Reader.

For JEE Main Reservation Criteria 2023 - click here

NTA will follow GOI guidelines regarding reservation rules while assigning All India Rankings to the candidates for the admission process via the JEE Main exam.

Interested applicants need to check the reservations applicable in that particular institute for which they are willing to take admissions. If the Central Government runs the institutes, 27% of the seats are reserved for Non-Creamy Layer Other Backward Classes and 10% for GEN-EWS (General-Economically Weaker Section). Go through the below table –

Category

Reservation Percentage

NCL-OBC (Non-Creamy Layer OBC)

27%

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

GEN-EWS (General-Economically Weaker Section)

10%

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

7.5%

Persons with Disability (PwD)

3%

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Note: The candidates belonging to the OBC-NCL (Other Backward Classes – Non-Creamy Layer) category can mention OBC in the category.

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JEE Main Exam 2023 Application Process

JEE Main 2023 registration window for the session I was opened on 15th December 2022 by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for all candidates seeking admission to BE/BTech, BPlan, and BArch courses at the IIITs, NITs, and CFTIs across the country. Candidates can fill JEE main 2023 application form by 12th January 2023.

Candidates have the option to apply for one session or more than one Session (April /May 2023) together and pay the exam fee accordingly. Submission of the application form within the specified time is mandatory.

Note: Fresh candidates have to register at - www.jeemain.nta.nic.in. They must ensure that they meet the eligibility conditions. Class 12th is the qualifying examination. The students should have passed the Class 12 exam in 2021 or in 2022. If they are appearing in 2023, they can still apply online.

Successful submission of the application form will ensure the issuance of the admit card. NTA issued the hall ticket in January 2023. Visit the official website to download it.

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Instructions for Filling Online Application Form

To apply for JEE Main 2023, access the official websites – www.jeemain.nta.nic.in and www.nta.ac.in. Candidates must resort to the online mode for the successful submission of the application form. Submission of multiple applications would result in the rejection of your candidature.

Aspirants must take note that at any stage, if they are found to have furnished incorrect information or details, the candidature will rightly be canceled. In addition, NTA will take legal action against such applicants.

Things to Keep Ready Before Filling in the Online Application Form

Next time you brace up to fill in the online application form, here are the things you need to keep ready beforehand.

  • Make sure the Internet connectivity is good.
  • Ensure that the system is connected to a printer to print the confirmation page.
  • Qualification details – all academic certificates, including Class 12th or equivalent examination.
  • Digital image of a passport photograph. This should be in JPEG/ JPG format. The size should be between 10 kb – 200 kb.
  • Scanned image of your signature. This should be in JPEG/ JPG format. The size should be between 4 kb – 30 kb.
  • Digital image of Class 12th certificate or equivalent admits card, scorecard, mark sheet, etc. They should be in JPEG/ JPG format. The size should be between 50 kb – 500 kb.
  • Applicants must use valid email-Ids and mobile numbers for all communications or information via SMS to the mobile phone or via E-mail ID.
  • Keep your Net Banking details ready or credit/ debit card or UPI or Paytm service.

Note: Go through Information Bulletin and acquaint yourself with not only the eligibility criteria but also the requirements for submission of the form.

JEE Main Application Process 2023

Candidates can only apply online for the JEE Main 2023 through the official website nta.ac.in or www.jeemain.nic.in.

  • As per a recent notification, Aadhaar Card is not a mandatory document for filling out the JEE Main application form. It is just one of the identification options candidates can choose from while filling out the application form. Candidates can also provide a Passport number, Bank Account Number, Ration Card number, or any other Government identity number.
  • Applicants should fill out the application form with the necessary details about their educational qualifications, age, choice of institutes, etc.
  • Mobile Number and Email ID verification are required for registration.
  • Students are not allowed to book their preferred slot for the exam. NTA has discontinued JEE Main slot booking from 2019 onwards.
  • A candidate should pay the requisite application fee.
  • It is not required to send the printed slip of the application form confirmation to the National Testing Agency.
  • Candidates should fill in all the details in the JEE Main Application Form accurately, as there will be a very limited scope of correction after submission.

Correction in JEE Main Application Form 2023 -

The National Testing Agency will open the application correction window for JEE Main 2023 aspirants online. Candidates will be advised to make changes in the following field.

  • Name of the candidate
  • Parents details
  • Contact details
  • Exam city and center

This is the first time that NTA has given so much lenience in the rectification of the JEE Main exam center and city.

JEE Main Application Fee -

  • The Application Fee can be paid either by credit or debit card.
  • Applicants can also pay the fee through the bank e-challan of Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC banks.
  • The application fee is non-refundable.

Following is the Application Fee structure -

Application Fee for Examination Centres in India –

Subjects

Application Fee

B.E./B.Tech

Or

B.Arch

Or

B.Planning

General/ Gen-EWS/ OBC (NCL)

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender

₹ 650 (for male candidates)

₹ 325 (for female candidates)

₹ 325 (for male candidates)

₹ 325 (for female candidates)

B.E./B.Tech & B.Arch

Or

B.E./B. Tech & B. Planning

Or

B.E./B.Tech, B. Arch & B.Planning

Or

B.Arch & B.Planning

₹ 1,300 (for male candidates)

₹ 650 (for female candidates)

₹ 650 (for male candidates)

₹ 650 (for female candidates)

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Application Fee for Examination Centres outside India –

Subjects

Application Fee

B.E./B.Tech

Or

B.Arch

Or

B.Planning

General/ Gen-EWS/ OBC (NCL)

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender

₹ 3,000 (for male candidates)

₹ 1,500 (for female candidates)

₹ 1,500 (for male candidates)

₹ 1,500 (for female candidates)

B.E./B.Tech & B.Arch

Or

B.E./B. Tech & B. Planning

Or

B.E./B.Tech, B. Arch & B.Planning

Or

B.Arch & B.Planning

₹ 6,000 (for male candidates)

₹ 3,000 (for female candidates)

₹ 3,000 (for male candidates)

₹ 3,000 (for female candidates)

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JEE Main 2023 Image Correction Window

JEE Main 2023 Image Correction Window will be open only for those who want to edit the changes in the uploaded images. Changes can be made in the following particulars:

  • Dimensions of the image
  • Format and size and others
  • Check out the detailed steps here.

How to check the IIT JEE application status?

NTA offers the option to check the JEE Main application status after application submission. It can be done through the official website. Candidates can check the application status at the following stages:

  • View Application Form
  • View Scanned Images
  • View Payment Status

Here are the steps to check the JEE Main application status:

  • Visit the official website and click on the link to check the application status.
  • Now log in using the credentials and check the current status of the application.
  • If the application is submitted successfully, an acknowledgment slip will be generated.
  • If the application status is not positive, candidates must check all the details carefully for rectifications.

How to Recover Your JEE Main Registration Number?

Forgetting the registration number is a common issue in the JEE Main exam. Candidates can recover the registration number using the following steps:

  • Visit the official JEE Main website - jeemain.nta.nic.in.
  • Click on the login page link.
  • Now, click the “I can’t access my account?” link.
  • Select the “I forgot my JEE Main application number” option.
  • Enter details asked for, viz. name, date of birth, parents’ name, and state of eligibility.
  • ‘Submit’ the details.
  • The registration number will appear on the screen.

Submit Category Certificates Along With JEE Main 2023 Application Form

Aspirants are asked to submit their category certificates as a mandatory requirement to complete the application process. Candidates must mandatorily provide category certificates as documentary proof to be allowed to register in a specific category. In case the category certificates are unavailable, Candidates can also submit an undertaking form to self-declare their category status and complete the registration process accordingly. Candidates must submit their category certificates or self-declaration confirming the same by July 2023.

JEE Main Exam 2023 Other Details

JEE Main Admit Card 2023

  • The admit cards for both sessions will be made available by the exam conducting agency, National Testing Agency (NTA), at the JEE Main website; jeemain.nta.nic.in.
  • The admit card for JEE Main 2023 exam will be issued seven days before the conduct of the examination.
  • The admit card will have details of the exam center, exam city, the name of the candidates, and the session of the exam.
  • Once you receive the admit card, be sure to check it minutely for any errors or typographical mistakes. If you notice any mistake, report it to the JEE Main Secretariat or NTA for rectification as soon as possible.

JEE Main Test Practice Centres (TPC)

The Agency has established Test Practice Centres across the country to help the JEE Main aspirants. It has set up a network of 4,000 TPCs. These centers are accessible only on Saturdays and Sundays. Candidates can visit the centers and practice, train, and get hold of the CBT mode of examination.

To clarify any doubts, get in touch with the professionals, highly qualified and experienced Nodal officers. They will assist you to get acquainted with the Computer-based mode of examinations.

Guidelines to Candidates for CBT (JEE Main 2023)

Now that you are well-versed with the CBT mode of examinations, ensure that you must possess the following documents on the day of the examination. Candidates who fail to carry the required documents will not be allowed to sit in the CBT test.

  • Hard copy or printed copy of hall ticket (valid). It must have all the details.
  • Photo ID (Driving License, Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, Voter ID, Passport, Ration Card with photo, E-Aadhaar with Photo, Bank Passbook with photo, Class 12th admit card with photo) should be valid, original, and non-expired.
  • One passport photograph (it will be pasted on the attendance sheet at the exam center). Make sure it is the same photo that is uploaded on the application form.
  • The authorized medical officer issues a Person with Disability (PwD) certificate (if claiming relaxation under the PwD category).
  • To use your own Scribe, produce a letter of undertaking (if claiming relaxation under the PwD category).

Other exam center guidelines to follow on the day of the test –

  • The test takers must reach the examination center, at least, two hours before the exam starts.
  • This helps the students to complete the formalities like frisking and registration before the commencement of the exam.
  • The Officials would close the registration half an hour prior to the exam.
  • Entering the exam hall after 8:30 a.m. (for the first shift) and after 2:30 p.m. (for the second shift) is strictly prohibited. Hence, candidates are advised to follow the instructions mentioned on the hall ticket carefully.
  • Candidates need to find their seats according to their roll numbers. Sitting in a different room or seat other than the allotted one would result in the cancellation of the candidature.
  • No candidate can leave the exam hall without the special permission of the concerned Invigilator or the Centre Superintendent. He or she has to wait until the duration of the examination is over.
  • All test takers are advised not to leave the exam hall without submitting their sheets to the on-duty officer or invigilator.

Note: The National Testing Agency will not be held responsible for the candidates who cannot turn in on the scheduled exam date.

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JEE Main 2023 Test Centers

The upcoming exam will be held at the following cities - Itanagar/Naharlagun, Dibrugarh, Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar, Tezpur, Port Blair, Anantapur, Bhimavaram, Chirala, Chittoor, Eluru, Guntur, Kadapa, Kakinada, Kurnool, Nellore, Ongole, Rajahmundry, Srikakulam, Tirupathi, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Narasaraopet, Proddatur, Surampalem, Bhagalpur, Darbhanga, Gaya, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Purnea, Arrah, Bhilai Nagar/Durg, Bilaspur, Raipur, Chandigarh/Mohali, Daman, Diu, Delhi/New Delhi, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar, Anand, Bhavnagar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Mehsana, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara, Valsad/Vapi, Himatnagar, Panaji/Madgaon, Bilaspur, Hamirpur, Kangra/Palampur, Shimla, Solan, Mandi, Una, Kullu, Ambala, Faridabad, Gurugram, Hissar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Sonipat, Yamuna Nagar, Bokaro Steel City, Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Hazaribagh, Baramulla, Jammu, Samba, Srinagar, Belagavi, Bellary, Bengaluru, Bidar, Davanagere, Gulbarga, Hassan, Dharwad/Hubballi, etc.

JEE Main Participating Institutes

31 NITs (National Institutes of Technology), 25 IIITs (Indian Institute of Information Technology), and 28 CFTIs (Centrally Funded Technical Institutes) are the leading JEE Main participating colleges or institutes in which a whopping number of engineering aspirants aspire to take admissions. These institutes select the right students through JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Process).

JEE Main Participating National Institutes of Technology (NITs) –

National Institute of Technology Sikkim

National Institute of Technology Agartala

National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh

National Institute of Technology Srinagar

National Institute of Technology Surathkal

National Institute of Technology Delhi

National Institute of Technology Durgapur

National Institute of Technology Goa

National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli

National Institute of Technology Uttarakhand

National Institute of Technology Warangal

National Institute of Technology Hamirpur

National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad

National Institute of Technology Arunachal Pradesh

Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal

National Institute of Technology Manipur

National Institute of Technology Calicut

National Institute of Technology Meghalaya

National Institute of Technology Jaipur

National Institute of Technology Mizoram

National Institute of Technology Patna

Dr. B R National Institute of Technology Jalandhar

National Institute of Technology Puducherry

National Institute of Technology Raipur

Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology Surat

National Institute of Technology Silchar

Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur

National Institute of Technology Rourkela

National Institute of Technology Karnataka

 

 

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JEE Main Participating Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) –

Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Jabalpur

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Kancheepuram

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Sri City

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Guwahati

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Vadodara

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kota

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Tiruchirappalli

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Una

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Sonepat

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Lucknow

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Dharwad

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Kurnool

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Kottayam

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Manipur

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Pune

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Ranchi

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Surat

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Bhopal

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Bhagalpur

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Raichur

Indian Institute of Information Technology, Agartala

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JEE Main Participating Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs) –

Assam University, Silchar

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi

School of Planning & Architecture, Bhopal

School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi

Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar

School of Planning & Architecture: Vijayawada

Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, Bhadohi

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, Katra, Jammu & Kashmir

Institute of Infrastructure, Technology, Research and Management, Ahmedabad

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

Institute of Technology, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Bilaspur

HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar

International Institute of Information Technology, Naya Raipur

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology, Aurangabad (Maharashtra)

Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh

J.K. Institute of Applied Physics & Technology, Department of Electronics & Communication, University of Allahabad- Allahabad   

Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi

National Institute of Foundry & Forge Technology, Hatia, Ranchi

Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Punjab

Mizoram University, Aizawl

International Institute of Information Technology, Bhubaneswar

University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Tezpur University, Napaam, Tezpur

 

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JEE Main Answer Key 2023

The official answer keys of JEE Main 2023 for Paper-1 (BE/BTech), Paper-2 (BArch), and Paper-3 (B.Planning), along with the question papers, will be released on the official website of JEE Main. Candidates can download the provisional JEE 2023 Main answer key and question papers by entering their application number and password/date of birth.

Download JEE Main Answer Key 2023

  • Visit the official website of JEE Main.
  • Click on the link ‘View Answer Key and Question Paper’.
  • Log in either through Application Number and Date of Birth or Application Number and Password.
  • Choose any of the options and provide details as asked.
  • The answer key will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download the answer key.

Steps to Challenge JEE Main 2023 Answer Key

  • Visit the official website of JEE Main 2023.
  • Now, click on the ‘Challenge(s) regarding Answer Key’ link on the web page.
  • In the next step, log in to the website by entering the application number and password.
  • The question id and respective correct option id will appear on the screen section-wise for the paper.
  • If any candidates want to challenge any question, they may select any one or more than one of the Option ID(s) by clicking the checkbox.
  • Click on the ‘Save your Claim Finally’ button and move to the next step after clicking your desired option ID(s)
  • The option ID(s) which they challenged will appear on the display
  • Candidates have to upload the necessary supporting documents in the form of PDF by clicking on the ‘Choose File’ button on the screen
  • Pay the processing fee of ₹ 200 per question through debit/credit/net banking.
  • Click Here for more comprehensive details about JEE Main answer key.

JEE Main Entrance Result

The result for JEE Main 2023 will be made available separately for both sessions. Candidates can obtain their results by using their login credentials i.e., JEE Main exam roll number and password/ date of birth. The final result is released after considering the scores of both sessions. JEE Main entrance result consists of - All India Rank, category-wise rank, total score, score in each paper, JEE Advanced qualifying status, etc.

Note: No hard copy or soft copy of the scorecard will be sent to the candidates via post or email.

IIT JEE Main Paper 1 Result –

JEE Main Paper-1 is conducted for B.Tech admissions. The Paper-1 result is released first. Candidates can check the result using the steps provided below:

  • Go to the official JEE Main website.
  • Click on the JEE Main Paper-1 result link.
  • Submit your login details.
  • The Paper-1 result will appear on the screen. Check it.
  • You can download the result and take a print for future reference.

The result will comprise scores of different subjects and the total score.

IIT JEE Main Paper 2 Result –

JEE Main Paper-2 is conducted for admission to B.Arch. course. The result of Paper 2 is generally released after the result of Paper 1. The result will comprise the total marks and marks in each subject. Here are the steps for checking the JEE Main Paper-2 result:

  • Visit the official website of JEE Main.
  • Click on the JEE Main Paper-2 result link.
  • Enter your log-in details and ‘submit’ the same.
  • The result will appear on the screen.
  • Check the result, download it, and take a print.

IIT JEE Main Paper 3 Result –

The JEE Main Paper-3 is conducted for admission to the B.Planning course. The result of Paper-3 is released after the results of Paper-1 and Paper-2. The result will comprise the total marks and marks in each subject. Here are the steps for checking the JEE Main Paper-3 result:

  • Visit the official website of JEE Main.
  • Click on the JEE Main Paper-3 result link.
  • Enter your log-in details and ‘submit’ the same.
  • The result will appear on the screen.
  • Check the result, download it, and take a print.

IIT JEE Main Scorecard

The JEE Main result is released in the form of scorecards. The scorecards for Paper-1, Paper-2, and Paper-3 are released separately. Candidates can follow the steps to download the JEE Main scorecard:

Download JEE Main Score of Papers 1, 2, and 3 -

  • Visit the official website and click on the respective links.
  • Log in using your registration ID and password.
  • On successful log-in, the scorecard will appear on the screen.
  • Check the scores and download the scorecard.

Scorecard Details –

The following details are mentioned on the JEE Main scorecards:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Roll number
  • Parents’ name
  • Category
  • State code
  • Nationality
  • Marks obtained in the respective paper
  • All India Rank
  • Category Rank
  • Cut-off for JEE Advanced

JEE Main 2023 Cut-off Marks

Although various factors determine the cut-off marks in any given year, however, as per the previous year’s trend analysis, the cut-off marks for JEE Main exam for different categories of candidates can be checked here - JEE Main Cut-Off.

JEE Main Counselling 2023

Every year the JEE Main Counselling Schedule is released by the JoSAA Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).  Students who applied for JoSAA counselling based on JEE results can check their results online.

The step-wise process to Check JoSAA Counselling Results:

Candidates who are not aware of the Step-wise process to Check JoSAA Counselling Results 2023 online can follow the directions mentioned below:

Step 1: Visit the official website i.e., josaa.nic.in.

Step 2: Scroll Down and Click on the “View Seat Allotment Result” link.

Step 3: Enter JEE Main 2023 application number, password, and security pin.

Step 4: Verify all the details and Click on “Login”.

Step 5: JoSAA 2023 seat allotment result will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Download the allotment letter and take a printout.

Top Preparation Tips and Highly-Recommended Books to Crack JEE Main

You must have been well-versed in the syllabus of JEE Main 2023. Either you are already well-prepared or well-prepared, but gaps and loopholes, or you are not quite prepared.

  • Well-Prepared candidates are eagerly waiting for the exam. These aspirants just need to maintain a high level of preparedness for the rest of the day. It can be challenging for them.
  • Well-Prepared But with Loopholes and Gaps: These types of candidates have managed it pretty well till now. With a few more days in their hands, they are gearing up with more grace. They will leave no stone unturned to fix those loopholes and uplift their preparation level.
  • Still, a Long Way to Go: Such aspirants hit six on the last ball. They can wait (as they have a strong IQ level) and catch up quickly. Although they have a long way to go, they are confident enough to make the most of this lockdown period.

What to Keep in Mind While Preparing for JEE Main 2023?

  • Understand the JEE Main exam pattern and syllabus (NTA has introduced one more paper to the existing exam pattern. It will now conduct the exam in three papers. Talking about the syllabus, one must be well aware of all three important subjects, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, of Classes 11th and 12th. It will be easier to prepare for the exam.)
  • You need to refer to good books. Some of the books recommended by experts are – Mathematics (Maths XI & XII by NCERT, Coordinate Geometry by S. L. Loney, Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight, Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I.A. Maron and Trigonometry by S. L. Loney), Physics (Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Problems in General Physics by I.E., Irodov, Resnick & Walker and Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma) and Chemistry (Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis, Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee, Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd and Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur)
  • It is time for revision. Students must remember that the questions can be tricky. Thus, clarity of concept and familiarity with question types is essential. Refer to good books, important notes, and formulae, watch video lectures and attend online sessions.

Put more thoughts on Mathematics XI (Absolute Value, Logarithm, Straight Line, Quadratic Equation, Circle and trigonometric ratio & identity) and XII (Vectors & 3D, Complex Numbers, Conic Section, Properties of Triangle, Definite integral, Application of derivatives, Permutation & Combination, and Matrices).

While preparing for Physics, dedicate more time to these chapters – Atomic Structure, Thermodynamics, and Radioactivity. Candidates may like to work more on Mechanics, Optics, and Electrostatics. Most of the topics (Chemical reactions and Inorganic Chemistry) in Chemistry demand practice by writing for better memorization. Topics like Environment Chemistry need to be read several times.

  • Dedicating more time to the mock test will help you assess yourself for the examination. Appear in the computer-based mock test (All India Level), solve questions with your analytical skills and reasoning, stick to the previous year's question papers and develop a test-taking strategy – it will help you get acclimatized to the test environment.

JEE Main Exam Frequently Asked Questions

Students can appear in the entrance test for 3 consecutive years. If someone appears in the exam in 2023, he/ she can take up the test for another two consecutive years, i.e. 2024 and 2025. There shouldn’t be any gap between the years.

There is no prescribed age limit set for the exam. However, candidates must check the details of the institutes in which they are interested in getting admission.

Yes! NCL-OBC candidates enjoy 27% of the seats reserved for them.

Yes, you can! You have to make sure that you come under the benchmark disability. “Specified disability” categories include

  • Deaf and hard of hearing.
  • Blindness and low vision.
  • Multiple disabilities – autism, specified learning disability, intellectual disability, mental illness, etc.
  • Locomotor disabilities include dwarfism, cerebral palsy, acid attack victims, leprosy cured and muscular dystrophy.

For the 2023 session, the exam will be held two times a year.  

Session I - 24th, 25th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st January 2023.

Session II - 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th April 2023

They can visit the official website and download the JEE Main hall tickets.

Yes, you have heard it right. From this year onwards, the Agency will conduct the JEE Main in three papers – Paper-I (B.E/ B.Tech), Paper-II (B.Arch) and Paper III (B.Planning).

The exam will be conducted in two shifts each day. The first shift will begin from 9 am to 12 noon. The second shift will begin from 3 pm and 6 pm. The students need to reach the exam centers two hours before the commencement of the exam.

The date of declaration of the result for the session I exam is 11th July 2022, and the session II result was announced on 8th August 2022.

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In 2023, it will be held twice a year - January and April.

After passing, JEE Main Exam candidates will be given admission in NIT’s, IIIT’s, SFTIs, and CFIT’s.

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After passing, JEE Main Exam candidates will be given admission in NIT’s, IIIT’s, SFTIs, and CFIT’s.

Those candidates holding a diploma of three years from an AICTE or State Board recognized institute are eligible for JEE Main. But such diploma holders are also required to clear JEE Advanced as they are eligible only for IIT admissions.

There is no minimum pass percentage required in the 12th standard to apply for JEE Main 2023. However, the candidates must have passed the 12th class exam with a minimum of five subjects. Class 12th percentage is considered for admission to different institutes after qualifying for JEE Main.

For reserved category candidates (Male or Female) appearing in Paper 1 or Paper 2, the fee is Rs. 500. Those appearing in Paper 1 & Paper 2 need to pay Rs. 900 as the application fee.

Every candidate will be given 3 attempts for JEE Main. And, each attempt comprises of two sessions.

NTA or National Testing Agency has been formed to conduct several entrance exams, i.e. UGC NET, NEET, JEE Main, GPAT, CMAT, etc. which were earlier conducted by CBSE and AICTE. From 2019, the Agency will regulate JEE Main in two editions - January and April.

There is no fee for making changes. If the application fee increases due to changes in the category, candidates must pay the additional fee.

No, you can't carry face shield and face mask. You will be provided face marks at the exam center. Candidates only need to carry there hand sanitizer and gloves.

Yes, there will be a correction facility. 

JEE Main exam is the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) conducted for engineering admission in the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and State Funded Technical Institutes (SFTIs), and Central Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs).

The JEE Main 2023 April session exam will be conducted from the 6th to the 12th of April 2023. The exam shift timing and venue of the exam will be mentioned in the candidate’s admit card.

No, there will be only one merit list which will be prepared on the basis of the candidate’s performance in both/ single exams as they have appeared.

Admission to IITs is done through JEE Advanced exam. And, only those who qualify for JEE Main can appear in the JEE Advanced.

As per the official public notice, a total of 1,45,386 students appeared for the January 2019 session and 1,44,032 students appeared for the April 2019 session. Approx 2 lac students will appear for the exam.

4 Comments

N Kiran kumar, July 23, 2020

Sir. Is it required minimum 75 percentile of class 12 is required to get admission in NIt

Exams Planner, July 23, 2020

No, the government has provided relaxation in the 75% in class 12th criteria due to COVID-19 pandemic.

ABHISHEK, May 8, 2019

SIR I GOt 84.6786456 PERCENYILE IN JEE MAINS OF PAPER 2 B.ARC OF JANUARY SESSION CAN I HAVE ANY CHANCE TO GET ANY GOVT COLLAGE

Exams Planner, May 17, 2019

You may expect the same. Rest will be known during the counselling process.

Shilpa Yadav, February 9, 2019

JEE Main 2019 Application Form has been released by NTA on 08 February 2019.

Mohammed zafar, January 15, 2019

Give details of Jee main exams.