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JEE MAINS 2023 Exam Dates, Application Form, Eligibility

Get to know Highlights of JEE Mains 2023 Exam Details, Marks Distribution, Syllabus, and Result: Joint Entrance Exams (JEE) is another important examination to get admission in reputed engineering colleges all over India. NTA (National Testing Agency) conducts this exam once a year. Students who want to appear for this examination have to fill up the admission form in the mid of March every year. This exam is a computer-based test conducted in 3 popular languages.

JEE is conducted in two parts i.e. JEE mains and JEE advanced. Students who qualify for the JEE mains will get eligible to appear for JEE advanced examination. JEE mains consist of 75 questions of 4 marks each. Students will get a fixed time of 3 hours to complete the JEE mains examination. The level of JEE advanced is slightly more advanced than that of the Mains as the level of questions gets tougher. In JEE advance students will get 100 questions of 4 marks each which they have to answer in 3 hours. Candidates will get 4 marks for every correct answer and there will be a deduction of 1 mark for an incorrect answer.

B.Tech: The candidate has to answer 100 multiple choice types questions of 4 marks each. The entire examination will be computer-based only.

B.Arch: Students appearing for B.Arch. have 3 sections in their examination. There will be an Aptitude Test of MCQs in the second section and a drawing test of Offline mode in the third section. In the first section students have to answer 25 questions from mathematics only. The second section of the aptitude test is 50 questions with 4 marks each. In the third section of the drawing test, students will get 2 questions of 50 marks each.

B.Plan: Similarly to B.Arch., students will get to see 3 sections in the B. Planning examination. There will be an aptitude test in the second section and a planning-based test in the third section of the examination. There will be 25 questions for mathematics in the first section. Whereas in the second section students have to answer 50 questions of aptitude that will be 4 marks each. The final section is of 25 planning bases objectives questions of 4 marks each.

JEE MAINS 2023 Exam

The students have to appear for the JEE advanced examination after qualifying for the JEE mains. Candidates will get a notification on their registered number regarding the update of the advanced. Students who have cleared intermediate or equivalent courses are eligible to apply for the JEE examination. There is no maximum age limit to apply for the JEE mains examination. Students who are preparing for JEE main examination are requested to keep visiting our website to get the latest updates about the exam.

The most competitive entrance exam for getting admissions to reputed engineering colleges is JEE (Joint Entrance Exam). It is managed at the national level for admission to B.Tech, B.E, or B. Arch Courses and JEE mains 2023 will be organized by National Testing Agency (NTA) as before it was conducted by CBSE. Furthermore, this exam will be held soon. By going through this page, you will get information regarding the JEE important dates, syllabus, exam pattern, and result date.

This exam is conducted twice a year. JEE Mains and JEE Advanced are the two stages in which this exam is conducted. If the participants qualify for this exam then they will get admission into different governments (NTTs, IIIT’s CFTIs), central government, and the best private engineering colleges. They also get eligible for JEE (Advanced) which will help them to get admission to the renowned IITs and IISER.

Highlights Of JEE Main 2023 Exam

ExamJoint Entrance Examination Main
Governing AuthorityNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Websitewww.nta.ac.in, /https://nta.nic.in/Webinfo/home, https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx
Contact Number0120-6895200
Mode OF ExamComputer-Based Test
Choice of Medium of Question PapersEnglish, Hindi, and Gujarati
Exam DurationThree Hours
Number of AttemptsThree
Total Marks for Paper I300
Number of Question in Paper I75
Total Marks for Paper II400
Number of questions in Paper-IIB.Arch. -77, B.Plan – 100
Marking SchemePer question Four marks
Negative MarkingFor every incorrect answer, there will be one mark deduction

JEE Main Exam Date 2023

Below, we have covered the entire dates of JEE mains exams that going are going to conduct soon. Students who are willing to participate in this examination need to follow the entire dates provided in the below table.

JEE Main 2023 Exam Dates

Name of EventsImportant Dates 2023 (Tentative)
Session 1Session 2
Notification availabilityIn the month of March 2023
Registration process starts1st week of March 20231st week of April 2023
Last date to Fill Register Form1st week of April 20231st week of May 2023
Last date to Pay fee payment1st week of April 20231st week of May 2023
Application CorrectionApril 2023May 2023
Exam City Declaration1st week of April 20232nd week of May 2023
Admit card Released2nd week of April 20233rd week of May 2023
JEE Main 2023 Exam1st Session – 3rd week of April 2023
2nd Session- 4th week of May 2023
Release of Questions papers & Answer keysMay 2023June 2023
Result AnnouncementJuly/ August 2023July/ August 2023
Counselling registration startsAugust 2023August 2023

Exam Patterns 

Details Of Examination

The mode of examination, type of questions in each paper, and subject combination for each paper have given below in the table. Please go through it for detailed information.

PaperSubjectsQuestion TypeExamination  Mode
B.TechChemistry, Physics, and MathematicsObjective type – multiple choice questions and questions for which answer is a numerical value, with similar weightage to Chemistry, physics, and MathematicsComputer Based Test (CBT)
B.Arch.Mathematics – Part IObjective type – multiple choice questions and Exam questions for which answer is a numerical valueComputer-Based Test {CBT} mode only
Aptitude Test – Part II

 

Type objective – Multiple Choice questions
 

Drawing Test – Part III

 

Questions to test drawing aptitudePen and paper Based (offline) mode to be attempted on drawing sheet
B.Planning 

Mathematics – Part I

Objective type – multiple choice questions and questions for which answer is a numerical valueComputer-based test only
 

Aptitude Test – Part II

Type Objective – Multiple Choice questions
Planning Based Questions – Part III

 

 

Objective Type – Multiple Choice questions

Mark Distribution for Paper I & Paper II

Paper I Mark Distribution

SubjectNumber Of QuestionsMarks
Mathematics25100
Physics25100
Chemistry25100
Total75300

 

Paper II  (B.Arch)Mark Distribution

B.Arch Subject Paper IINumber of QuestionsMarks
Mathematics25100
Aptitude Test50200
Drawing Test002100
Total77400

 

Paper II (B.Planning) Mark Distribution

B.Planning SubjectNumber Of QuestionsMaximum Marks
Mathematics25100
Aptitude Test50200
Planning Based objective25100
Total100400

 

Paper I Syllabus for JEE Mains and Paper-II Syllabus for JEE Mains

For comprehensive information on the syllabus please visit the website – https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx

JEE MAINS Eligibility Criteria 2023

In order to appear for the JEE Mains, the applicant should meet the eligibility criteria

Age Limit: There is no age limit for appearing in the JEE Mains 2023.

Please note that the students who have qualified 10+2 examination or equivalent in 2018,2019, and 2020 or appearing in 2023 regardless of their age can appear in the JEE Main exam.

Educational Qualification:

  • The applicant must have passed the class twelve or equivalent exam from an authorized board. Furthermore, the students who are going to take the exam for class 12 in the year 2023 are also eligible for the JEE Mains 2023.
  • The applicant must have studied the five subjects in class twelve.
  • For B.Arch./B.Planing applicants must have Chemistry, Physics, and Biology in their subjects.

 

Application Procedure

  • To fill JEE Mains entrance exam application, all the candidates are requested to visit the official JEE Main/NTA website first.
  • After reaching the online web portal of JEE Mains, register for JEE Mains exam.
  • To register for the examination, candidates will be required to fill out the form with all mandatory details about qualifications, address, contact, etc.
  • Once the task of filling out the form is completed successfully, candidates will have to upload all important documents as per the instructions.
  • After uploading documents, you will have to pay the application fee.
  • After that book your slots for the exam.
  • Take a printout of the acknowledgment page to complete the application submission process.

Result Of JEE Main Exam 2023

The applicant can check their result online on the official website of NTA. The applicant will be not entertained by sending a hard or soft copy of the scorecard. After considering the marks of both sessions the final result will be announced.

NOTE: The information provided is the finest of our facts. For any comprehensive information do visit our website frequently and furthermore for any explanation and information on JEE Mains 2023 do visit the official website of NTA.

Conclusion

Above in the article, you can check all the latest updates regarding your JEE Mains exam released by the officials. Here in the article, we have provided insights on various things crucial things you should be aware of if you are going to appear in JEE Mains exam. You can read all significant stuff related to eligibility criteria, Application procedure, exam pattern, syllabus, etc. Make sure you keep in touch with us so you do not miss out on any of the crucial information about JEE Mains exams.

FAQs!

What is the date of JEE Main 2023 exam?

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2023 going to take place on July 3, 2023, as the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay announced the official dates.

In which month did JEE Mains hold 2023?

As per the official sources, the JEE Main 2023 is likely to be held only in April and May 2023.

Will there be JEE Mains in 2023?

Yes, Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2023 going to be conducted on July 3, 2023

Is JEE 2023 still possible?

As JEE Main 2023 first session has been postponed due to COVID-19 but now as Covid is gone so this exam is expected to conduct in April and in May 2023. However, the question level of JEE is expected to be the same as in previous years. JEE coaching will stay online in 2023. Candidates will have to join online courses for JEE preparation.

Is 75 percent criteria removed for 2023?

The Education Ministry on Tuesday announced that the eligibility criteria of obtaining at least 75% marks in class 12 to appear for JE (Main) exams, has been waived off for the next academic year 2021-2023.

Will Jee be conducted 4 times in 2023?

This year this exam is going to be held 2 times a year instead of the previous year where four times were conducted.

Is JEE 2023 syllabus reduced?

No, there is no change in JEE 2023 syllabus this year. So students can follow the same syllabus for their exam preparation. NTA has decided to provide options in one section (Numerical Value Questions) to rationalize the decision of various Boards across the country regarding the reduction in syllabus.

How many attempts for JEE mains 2023?

There will be 2 attempts for JEE Mains in 2023 instead of four like last year. The first is expected to conduct in March and another in May so start your preparation for your upcoming examination an ample amount of time.  However, the official exam dates are not out yet.

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