Basic Details Eligibility Selection Procedure Counselling Procedure Exam Pattern Preparation Strategy Syllabus Important Dates Contact Details

Basic Details

JEE Mains exam is a national level exam has two papers, Paper-1 and Paper-2. Candidates may opt for either or both of them by filling an application form. Both papers contain multiple-choice questions(MCQs). Paper 1 is for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses in different programs in both online and offline modes. Paper-2 is for admissions in B.Arch and B.Planning courses. It is conducted offline only.

JEE Mains previously conducted by CBSE till 2018 but now NTA will conduct the examination from 2019 onwards. The Ministry of Human Resource Development(MHRD), Government of India has announced the following two notifications and major changes in JEE Mains pattern for 2017 onwards. 1. There shall be no weightage for the 12th class marks in calculating the ranks in the JEE (Main) examination. 2. For the candidates to qualify for the admission in the IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs whose admissions are based on the JEE (Advanced)/JEE(Main) ranks, they should have secured at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination.

Conducting Body National Testing Agency
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Exam Website Click Here
Exam Mode Online/ Computer Based Test
Exam Type National Level Exam
Exam Application Mode Online/ Computer Based Application
Payment Mode Both Online and Offline Modes of Payment
Exam Online Fees For Paper-1 or Paper-2 Rs. 500/- in India and Rs. 2000/- in outside India, and for Paper-1 and Paper-2 Both is Rs. 900/- in India and Rs. 3000/- in outside India
Exam Offline Fees Exam conducted only in online mode
Exam SC/ST Fees For Paper-1 or Paper-2 Rs. 250/- in India and Rs. 1000/- in outside India, and for Paper-1 and Paper-2 Both is Rs. 450/- in India and Rs. 1500/- in outside India
Exam PWD Fees For Paper-1 or Paper-2 Rs. 250/- in India and Rs. 1000/- in outside India, and for Paper-1 and Paper-2 Both is Rs. 450/- in India and Rs. 1500/- in outside India
Exam Male Candidate Fees Same as General and Reserved category Candidates as per their Eligibility
Exam Female Candidate Fees For Paper-1 or Paper-2 Rs. 250/- in India and Rs. 1000/- in outside India, and for Paper-1 and Paper-2 Both is Rs. 450/- in India and Rs. 1000/- in outside India

Important Dates

Application Form Availability Date 8 February 2019
Last Date Of Application Form 7th March 2019
Last Date Of Payment 1) Online : 8th March 2019 up to 11.50 p.m.
2) Offline : 8th March 2019 up to bank hours
Slot Booking & from Correction date Will be Updated soon once announced
Form Correction Date From 11th March to 15th March 2019
Admit Card Availability 20 March 2019
Examination Date Online: Between 7th April 2019 to 20th April 2019
Offline: Conducted Only in Online Mode
Answer Key Date Not Available
Result Declaration Date by 30th April for of Paper 1 and by 15th April 2019 of Paper 2
Admission/Counselling Date After Declaration of All India Rank (AIR) of JEE (Main) - 2019

Contact Details

Address Block C-20/1A/8, Sector-62, IITK Outreach Centre, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Noida-201309, Uttar Pradesh (India)
Mobile Number 7042399521
Helpline Number 7042399525
Email Address [email protected]
Official Website Click Here


  1. Age Criteria:

    Those candidates who born on or after 1st of October, 1993 only those candidates will be allowed for JEE Mains-2019.
    SC, ST and PwD candidates have given 5 years extra relaxation that means these candidates D.O.B should have been on or after 1st of October, 1988.
  2. Total No. of Attempts:
    Maximum of Three attempts is allowed for the JEE Mains but only Two attempts allowed in consecutive years i.e those candidates who appeared in JEE Mains-2018  they are eligible for JEE Mains-2019.
  3. Class 12th Examination:
    -Those candidates who have appeared for 12th standard examination for the first time in all subjects in either 2017 or 2018 they all are eligible for JEE Mains-2019.
    -Those candidates who appeared for 12th standard last year and want to re-appear in their next attempt they will have to re-appear again in all the subjects in the current 12th standard.
    -Those candidates who appeared for the first time in his/her 12th standard examination in 2016 or earlier they are strictly NOT allowed or eligible for JEE Mains-2019.  In case, whose 12th Standard examination was declared after June 2016 for the session 2015-16 they are eligible for JEE Mains-2019.

Exam Pattern

There are two question papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers are mandatory of three hours duration for each.


  • Each question papers consist of three sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having 30 Questions in each section.
  • Total 90 MCQs consists in the question paper.
  • There are some questions designed in which negative marking of 1 Mark will be deducted as a penalty for an incorrect answer and allotted 4 Marks for the correct response.


  • There are 3 parts in Paper-2 i.e. Part-I, Part-II and Part-III.
  • In Part-I, there will be 50 Objective type Questions consisting of 4 Marks for the correct response.
  • In Part-II, there will be 30 Objective type Questions of mathematics consisting of 4 Marks for the correct response.
  • In Part-III, in this section 2 questions carrying 70 marks and candidates have to attempt on a separate drawing sheet.
  • Marks will be allotted to each question are attempted by the candidate.

Selection Procedure

JEE Mains is one of the toughest Engineering Examination, selection procedure for JEE Mains is explained in detail:

  • Registration for JEE Main
    First of all, the candidate must register himself/herself for JEE Mains after the examination of JEE Mains if the candidate wants to get admissions in IIT then it must be that he/she being shortlisted for the JEE Advanced registration otherwise he/she have to drop the idea for getting admission in IIT and wait for the counselling procedure.
  • JEE Mains Examination
    Most and an essential phase where candidates have to prove himself/herself, now the time has to give their best. So, all candidates who registered for JEE Mains have to give their exam and hopefully, they are well prepared for it.
  • Counselling
    After the declaration of result now time for counselling and fill the choices for your desired programs in your desired one institute. The counselling procedure for IITs, NITs and other CFTIs is conducted by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA ) to admissions in various programs.

Counselling Procedure

List of documents that candidate must have to carry along with 2 Xerox copy of originals at the counselling center on the day of his/her counselling. 

  • Printout of the Seat Allotment letter from JCOP Portal

  • Original Admit Card of the exam

  • Duly filled Application Form (Annexure 1 of the Information Brochure)

  • Duly filled Medical Examination Report (Annexure 2 of the Information Brochure),

  • Proof of Date of Birth:  Class X certificate or Birth Certificate.

  • Mark Sheet and Certificate of Passing of 12th Standard or Qualifying Exam.

  • Category Certificate for OBC (NCL), SC, ST, PwD, and DS candidates in the prescribed format authorized by Govt. of India.

  • Attested copy of the Passport with name, photo and nationality (for foreign nationals).

All candidates have advised to check down the instructions which is given on the counselling letter and be careful while filling their choices for desired colleges and programs.

Preparation Strategy

There are some important points for preparation strategy which really helpful for the students if they kept all points in their mind. Points are given below:

  1. Make regular notes. It helps a lot during the exam. Self-written is always there in your memory and you can recall it at the time of exams.
  2. Previous years’ exam papers help you to understand the examination pattern and will tell your weak points so you can work on those areas.
  3. There are always few questions left in the curriculum which seems quite tough, even though you have practiced the textbooks properly. Make a list of those questions before few days of the exam and Take the help of teachers.
  4. Do not memorize only, do some written practice also.
  5.  Always read reference books and then make notes which will help you during the examination. 
  6. Make a group of four to five friends and start study together for two hours daily. This group will help each other to understand the difficult topics before the exams.
  7. Make your study room clean and airy. You will feel good and will be able to focus on your study.

Exam Syllabus

Syllabus for JEE Advanced given below is just topics that you learned and covered in your academics, for complete syllabus click on the given link.

  • Physical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry

For detailed Chemistry Syllabus Click Here


  • Algebra
  • Logarithms and their properties
  • Trigonometry
  • Analytical geometry
  • Locus problems
  • Differential calculus
  • Integral calculus
  • Vectors

For detailed Maths Syllabus Click Here

     3. PHYSICS

  • General
  • Mechanics
  • Thermal Physics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Optics
  • Modern Physics

For detailed Physics Syllabus Click Here

       4. Arch. Aptitude Test (AAT)

  •  Freehand drawing
  • Geometrical Drawing
  • Three-dimensional perception
  • Imagination and aesthetic sensitivity
  • Architectural awareness

For detailed AAT Syllabus Click Here

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