JEE Main Exam: 2020 Application, Eligibility, Syllabus & Pattern

Joint Entrance Examination [JEE Main]

JEE MAIN - Joint Entrance Examination

JEE (Main) exam is the buzz word in today's society. It is considered as the greatest challenge to pass the examination with great scores and get admission in prestigious colleges in India. Students dedicate months of preparation to crack the exam. Usually the student takes up JEE after his/ her higher secondary examination and JEE is an objective type paper which evaluates the aptitude skill of the candidate.

JEE is a most popular national level engineering entrance examination conducted for admission to interested candidates in undergraduate engineering programs like B.E/ B.Tech/ B.Arch courses in various colleges all over India. JEE exams are classified into two stages :

  • JEE Main

  • JEE Advanced

Exams are conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) while JEE Advanced is conducted by the IIT’s JEE-Main exam is for admission to

  • 33 NITs - National Institutes of Technology

  • 18 IITs- Indian Institutes of Information Technology

  • 19 CFTIs - Centrally Funded Technical Institutes and other engineering colleges across the Indian states.

While the JEE-Advanced is for admission to the Indian School of Mines (ISM) including the 23 IITs.

JEE Main exams can be conducted both online and offline (Students go to the JEE registered exam center and take up the examination). JEE Main is the eligibility criteria for JEE Advanced.

Exam has two papers – Paper 1 & Paper 2. Candidates are allowed to take both the exams. The differences between both the papers are highlighted as below :

Paper 1 is for admission to B.E / B.Tech courses and the candidate can attend the examination in both online and offline mode.

Paper 2 is for admission to B.Arch and B.Planning courses and the candidate can attend the examination only through offline mode.

JEE Main Exam Date

The examination notification for the JEE Main exam will be declared by the National Testing Agency. Candidates are requested to keep the track of the examination dates declared by the examination authorities to avoid last minute chaos. JEE Main examination will be conducted in two shifts. The first shift will be conducted from 9:30 AM to 12:30 Pm and the second shift will be from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM for B.Tech and 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM for B.Arch and B.Plan applicants.

Events

JEE Main (January Session)

JEE Main (April Session)

Registration Dates

1st Week of September

2nd week of February

Registration End Dates

2nd Week of October

2nd week of March

Application Submission Last Date

2nd Week of October

2nd week of March

Release of Admit Cards

1st week of December

3rd week of March

Examination Dates

January 1st week

April 1st week

Results Announcement

Last week of January

Last week of April

JEE Main Eligibility criteria

Candidates willing to appear for the JEE Main examination should firstly go through the eligibility criteria set by the National Testing Agency before applying for the examination. The eligibility criteria for the examination will consist of various aspects like age limit, qualification, qualifying examination and may other.

Age

There will be no précised age limit for the applicants to apply for the examination.

Qualification

Candidates appearing for 12th board exams can apply for the examination. Minimum eligibility for the examination is 10+2.

Nationality

Applicants have to be Indian citizen. JEE Main provides provision for NRI’s, PIO’s, OCI’s and Foreign nationals also to apply for the examination.

Subjects Combination

Candidates applying for Paper I (B.Tech) should have Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects followed by Biology/Chemistry/Biotechnology/Technical Vocational subject as an optional subject.

Students appearing for Paper II (B.Arch and B.Plan) should qualify with minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Number of Attempts

Applicants can maximum apply for the examination thrice. Attempts more than 3 times will not be considered valid by the examination authorities.

Eligibility for IIT, NIT, IIIT and CFTI

Candidates aiming for IIT, NIT, IIIT and CFTI should minimum attain 75% aggregate in their qualifying examination.

 

FAQ

Which are the qualifying examination for JEE Main?

Examinations conducted by any of the centrally recognized or state government recognized boards are considered valid as qualifying examination for JEE Mains.

JEE Main Application Form & fees

The Application Form for JEE Main will be released by NTA through is official website. Candidates can visit the official website of the examination and fill the application form and register their name for the upcoming JEE Main examination. For a successful registration, candidates will have to follow all the norms and procedure within the time allotted by the examination authorities.

The application form fee varies based on the various aspects like nationality, gender, category and course opting for. Below mentioned are the application form fees for Indian National applicants.

Category

Boys

Girls

JEE Main Paper I

For General Category INR 650/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 325/-

For General Category INR 325/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 325/-

JEE Main Paper II

For General Category INR 650/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 325/-

For General Category INR 325/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 325/-

JEE Main Paper I and II

For General Category INR 1300/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 650/-

For General Category INR 650/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 650/-

 

The application form fee for the foreign applicants various from that of Indian candidates. Below mentioned fee is for the applicants opted for examination centers located abroad.

Category

Boys

Girls

JEE Main Paper I

For General Category INR 3000/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 1500/-

For General Category INR 1500/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 1500/-

JEE Main Paper II

For General Category INR 3000/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 1500/-

For General Category INR 1500/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 1500/-

JEE Main Paper I and II

For General Category INR 6000/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 3000/-

For General Category INR 3000/-
For SC/ST/PwD INR 3000/-

 

JEE Main Application Process:

The JEE Main Application form will be released through NTA’s official website. Candidates can apply for the JEE Main examination though online mode only. There will be no provision for offline mode submission of the JEE Main application form. The JEE Main Application from will be consider valid only after the successful fee payment with the stipulated dates.

Steps to fill JEE Main Application From:

Step 1: Visit the JEE Main official website and click on “Apply for JEE Main” link.

Step 2: Fill the accurate details and upload the necessary documents.

Step 3: After filing the form, recheck all the details and click on “submit” option.

JEE Main Application Form Fee Payment: The application from for the JEE Main can be made only through online mode.  Examination authorities accepts the fee payment though Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Paytm/UPI.

Note: Applicants should take the print out the application form for future reference. Any candidates registered for the examination more than once, their registration will automatically be cancelled by the examination authority.

Details Required for JEE Main Application Form:

  • Aadhaar Number
  • Candidate's Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Nationality
  • State from where the candidate has passed/appearing in class XII or equivalent examination
  • State of Eligibility
  • Academic Details
  • Candidates recent Photograph
  • Candidates Signature

Correction Window:

Correction window will be opened to modify the errors made by the applicants at the time of form filling. The notification for the correction window will be released by NTA through its official website. In case of any fee is due, it has to be cleared during the application form correction. The correction made by the applicants will be updated only after the successful fee payment.

Steps to access JEE Min Correction Window:

Step 1: Visit the JEE Man official website.

Step 2: Login in with your register number and password.

Step 3: Once the correction window opens make the necessary correction.

Step 4: Once the correction is all done, click on submit button.

 

JEE Main Syllabus & Exam Pattern

The JEE Main syllabus will be mostly based on class 10th and 12th syllabus. JEE Main Paper I comprises of subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, whereas Paper II consists of Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing. Below mentioned are the syllabus set by the National Testing Agency for JEE Main Examination.

Physics

Atoms and Nuclei

Kinetic theory of gases

Communication systems

Laws of motion

Current electricity

Magnetic effects of current and magnetism

Dual nature of matter and radiation

Measurement

Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

Optics

Electromagnetic waves

Oscillations and waves

Electronic devices

Properties of solids and liquids

Electrostatics

Rotational motion

Gravitation

Thermodynamics

Kinematics

Work, energy, and power

 

Mathematics

Binomial theorem and its simple applications

Matrices and determinants

Complex numbers and quadratic equations

Permutations and combinations

Coordinate geometry

Sequences and series

Differential equations

Sets, relations, and functions

Integral calculus

Statistics and probability

Lbw, continuity, and differentiability

Three-dimensional geometry

Mathematical induction

Trigonometry

Mathematical reasoning

Vector algebra

 

Chemistry

Atomic structure

Organic compounds coining nitrogen

Chemical bonding and molecular structure

Organic compounds coining oxygen

Chemical kinetics

Polymers

Chemical thermodynamics

Principles related to practical chemistry

Equilibrium

Purification and characterization of organic compounds

Redox reactions and electrochemistry

Some basic principles of organic chemistry

Solutions

Inorganic Chemistry 

Some basic concepts in chemistry

Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)

States of matter

Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements

Surface chemistry

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties

Organic Chemistry 

Co-ordination compounds

Biomolecules

D - and f - block elements

Chemistry in everyday life

Environmental chemistry

Hydrocarbons

General principles and processes of isolation of metals

Organic compounds coining halogens

Hydrogen

JEE Main Exam Pattern:

The paper pattern for the JEE Main examination will be based on the course the candidates choose. The question paper paper differs for all the three courses like B.Tech, B.Arch and B.Plan. Cadndiates can choose both Paper I and Paper II or can choose any one of the paper depending on their preferences.

B.Tech

Particulars

Details

Subjects

Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry 

Medium

 English, Hindi or Gujarati

Duration

 3 hours

Number of Questions

Physics: 25 questions

Mathematics: 25 questions

Chemistry: 25 questions

Total: 75 questions 

Type of Questions

15 Numerical Value Based Questions and 60 MCQ’s 

Marking Scheme

+4 marks for correct answer 

-1 mark for every wrong answer

(There will be no negative marking for Numeric Value Based questions)

Total Marks

300

 

B.Arch

Particulars

Details

Subjects

Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing 

Medium

 English, Hindi or Gujarati

Duration

 3 hours

Number of Questions

Mathematics: 25 questions

Aptitude Test: 50 questions

Drawing: 2 questions

Total: 77 questions 

Type of Questions

 Mathematics: 20 MCQ’s and 5 Numerical Based questions

Aptitude: 50 MCQ’s

Drawing: 2 Questions

Marking Scheme

+4 for every correct answer

-1 for every wrong answer (There will be no negative marking for Numeric Value Based questions)

100 marks for drawing questions

Total Marks

400

 

B.Plan

Particulars

Details

Subjects

Mathematics and Aptitude

Medium

English, Hindi or Gujarati

Duration

3 hours

Number of Questions

 Mathematics: 25 questions

Aptitude Test: 50 questions

Planning Based Objective: 25 questions

Total: 100 questions

Type of Questions

Mathematics: 20 MCQ’s and 5  Numerical Value Based Questions

Aptitude: 50 MCQ’s

Planning Based Objective: 25 MCQ’s 

Marking Scheme

+4 marks for correct answer 

-1 mark for every wrong answer

(There will be no negative marking for Numeric Value Based questions) 

Total Marks

400

JEE Main Reference Books:

Physics: This tricky subject is as mere combination of applicants and theory. For the JEE Main preparation, the candidates can follow these authors references. The reference books mention below comprises of all the topics required to clear the JEE Main. The physics paper consists of 80% theory and 20% practical components.

  • NCERT Physics 11th and 12th
  • H. C. Verma’s - Concepts of Physics Volume I and II
  • Halliday, Resnick & Walker - Fundamentals of Physics
  • E. Irodov - Problems in General Physics

Chemistry: Generally chemistry is a subject which consists of fewer calculations and more of theory. According to the JEE Main exam pattern the below mentioned books comprises of all the syllabus required for clearing JEE Main.

  • NCERT Exemplar Problems: Solution Chemistry
  • Sanjay Sharma – A Master Resource Book in Chemistry
  • Morrison Boyd- Organic Chemistry
  • R. C. Mukherjee’s - Modern Approach to chemical calculation

Mathematics: This subject is full of problems, so here are some of the reference books that would be helpful for the JEE Main applicants in solving the mathematical problems. This subject is more filled with logics and calculation and the below mentioned books ease the JEE Main examination preparation.

  • NCERT Maths 10th and 12th
  • R. D. Sharma’s - Mathematics for Class 11 & Class 12
  • A. Maron - Problems in Calculus of One Variable
  • M. L. Khanna’s- IIT Mathematics

JEE Main Exam Preparation Tips:

  • The syllabus set for the JEE Main will mostly be covered from 11th and 12th syllabus.
  • Plan to cover the entire syllabus accordingly as the time given for the preparation will be sufficient. If required prepare the time table and study accordingly.
  • Try taking mock test as much as you can, as they will help you in time management.
  • Practice the previous year question papers, so that it would be helpful in understanding what kind of questions are important.
  • In case of any doubts, visit experts and clarify within the provided time.
  • Plan your studies accordingly so that you get sufficient time to revise. It is preferred to keep the last 2 month only for revision.
  • Focus on all the subjects as all the subjects are equally important. Give equal weightage for all the subjects.

Quick last minute tips:

  • Stay calm and peaceful.
  • Take care of your health.
  • Do not rush for more study.
  • Wear a comfortable dress though there will be no specific dress code for exam
  • Always keep your admit card with ID proof handy.
  • Diabetic candidates can take fruits, sugar tablets and drinking water bottles inside the test hall.
  • Be on time for the exam center, at least a minimum 1hour early.
  • Do not take exam pressure and, be positive.

JEE Main Admit Card

Admit Card for the JEE mains entrance examination will be released by the NTA through JEE Main official website. The registered applicants can download their respective admit card by logging in with their registration number and password. The notification regarding the release of Admit Card will be notified by the National Testing Agency. For the January month JEE Main Admit Card will approximately release in the month of December and for the April month JEE Main the Admit Card will be released in the month of March.

Steps to download Admit Card:

Step 1: Click on Download JEE Main Admit Card from its official website

Step 2: Enter you’re JEE Main registration number and password.

Step 3: Once the JEE Main Admit Card will be displayed on the screen check all the details and download.

Step 4: Take the print out of the JEE Main Admit Card for further reference.

Admit Card Correction:

In case any candidate finds any error in regard to the details mentioned on the JEE Main Admit Card, the applicants can raise the complaint regarding the same to the examination authorities through email within the specified time. The mail can be sent to “[email protected]

Mandatory details mentioned on JEE Main Admit card:

  • Address and locality of the candidate
  • Candidate’s date of birth, gender, category and PWD
  • Candidate’s name
  • Center for examination
  • Course
  • Date of examination, timings and paper
  • Email address
  • Examination center number
  • Father’s name
  • Mobile number
  • Photograph of the candidate and signature
  • Roll number and application number
  • The medium of answering

Note: Carrying JEE Main Admit card along with a valid photo ID card to the respective examination centers is mandatory for all the candidates. Incase if any candidates fails to carry the same, will not be allowed to appear for the JEE Main examination.

JEE Main Results & Score Card

JEE Main Answer Key:

After the completion of JEE Main examination the answer keys will be released. Tentative answer keys will be realized by various coaching institutes, whereas the official answer keys will be released by NTA (National Testing Agency). The answer keys for the both the January session and April session will be released through its official website. The answer keys released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) will be helpful for the applicants to evaluate the correct answer and calculate their expecting score. The answer keys will be made available at JEE Main official website, candidates can download the answer keys by logging in with their login credentials.

FAQ

  • Can I challenge the answer key?

Yes, In case any candidates are not satisfied with the answer they can challenge the answer key.

  • How can I challenge the answer key?

Candidates will have to fill the application form along with the fee before the last date declared by the examination authorities.

  • What is the application form fee for challenging the answer key?

Candidates will have to pay INR 1000/- per question to challenge the answer key. The payment for this process can be made through online mode via Debit Card or Credit Card or SBI Buddy or Paytm. 

JEE Mains Result:?

National Testing Agency announces the JEE Main Results every year. The JEE Main examination is conducted twice a year, once in the month of January and second in the month of April. Both the sessions’ examination results will be declared by the NTA through its website “jeemain.nta.nic.in

Events

Dates

JEE Main January Examination date (January Session)

1st Week of January

Result declaration

Last Week of January

JEE Main April Examination date (April Session)

1st Week of April

Result declaration

Last Week of April

 

Steps to check JEE Mains results:

Step 1: Visit the JEE Mains official website “jeemain.nta.nic.in”

Step 2: Click on the link “JEE Main Result”

Step 3: Provide the Application Number, Date of Birth and the security pin and click on Submit option.

Step 4: Once the score card is displayed, download the score card and take the printout.

Key Points:

  • Around 250000 JEE Main qualified candidates are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced every year.
  • JEE Main score card can be accessed by the applicants through online, there will be no rank card/score card sent to the applicants via post or any other means.
  • National Testing Agency will release the JEE Main score card to download via its official website jeemain.nta.nic.in
  • Soon after the declaration of the JEE main result the data will be given to the JoSSA or CSBA or the concerned state government for the admission and seat allocation process.
  • JEE Mains score card also displays the information, whether the concerned applicant has qualified for the JEE Advanced or not.
  • AIR (All India Ranking) will be piled up and announced after commencement of both January and April month JEE Main examination. AIR will be the key for admission in NIT’s, IIIT’s CFIT’s, SFI’s and other private institutes.
  • As per the NTA declaration, intermediated score will not be calculated for JEE Main. But the 12th aggregate score will be considered at the time of admission. For admission in IIT’s, NIT’s, IIIT’s or GFTI’s, the candidates will have to secure minimum 75% aggregate score.
  • Admission for the foreign candidates will be through JEE Main Ranking and there will be a separate merit list announced by National Testing Agency. 
  • Central Seat Allocation Process will be considered only by some of the public institutes and the rest institutes will prepare their own merit list based on the overall JEE Main score.

Details Mentioned on the Score Card:

  • All India Rank
  • Category
  • Category rank
  • Cut off score for appearing in JEE Advanced 2020
  • Father’s name
  • Instructions
  • Marks obtained in JEE Main 2020 Paper 1 (Subject-wise and total)
  • Mother’s name
  • Name
  • Nationality
  • Roll number
  • State code of eligibility
  • Subcategory

FAQ

  • I forgot my registration number, how can I check my result?

In case any candidates forget thro registration number or password, he or she can access the mail sent to their registered mail id at the time of registration.

In case both the application number and password are lost, it can be recovered again by clicking on “Forgot Application Number” or “Forgot Password” link present on the official website.

  • Will I get my JEE Main result through post?

No, JEE Main result will not be sent to any candidates through post. The applicants will have to download their score card from the JEE Main official website at “jeemain.nta.nic.in”

  • How is JEE Main calculation done?

 

JEE Main score calculation will be based on the formula “JEE Main Score = 4 marks x number of correct answers - number of wrong answers x 1”.

  • How AIR is calculated in case two students JEE Main score is equal?

In case of equal score attained by more than 1 candidate, this situation is called as Tie Breaking. During this situation the score obtained by the candidates in each subject will be considered. In case of B.Tech, priority will be given more to Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. In case of B.Arch, priority will be given to score attain in Aptitude Test and Drawing Test. However in case if the tie cannot be broken, the same rank will be allotted to both the candidates.

JEE Main Counselling & Admission

JEE Main Cut Off:

The Cut Off criteria for the JEE Main examination will be released by National Testing Agency itself through its official website. The Cut Off for each educational institute will depend on the overall exam results and the cut off will be declared by the college authorities.

Category

Cut Off

General

88-91

GEN- EWS

77-80

OBC – NCL

73-76

Scheduled Caste (SC)

53-56

Scheduled tribes (ST)

43-46

PwD

0-1

 

Factors impacting JEE Main Cutoff:

  • Performance of the candidates
  • Number of applications received for previous year JEE Main
  • Number of questions asked in the paper
  • Previous years’ cutoff trends of JEE Main
  • Difficulty level of the exam

JEE Main Counseling:

The counseling process for JEE Main will be conducted by NTA after the declaration of JEE Main results. The counseling scheduled will be declared by the Nation Testing Agency via JEE Main official website. The seat allocation authorities will receive the date from NTA after the declaration of JEE Main examination. The counseling process for the JEE Main will be conducted through online mode.

 Particulars

 Dates

Registration & filling choices Starts

June 2nd week

Display of Mock Seat Allocation

June 4th week

Registration & Choice Filling Last Date

Last week of June

Seat Allocation and  verification for counseling Round 1

Last week of June

Document Verification and reporting

Last week of  June – 1st week of July

Declaration of seats availability

1st week of July

Counseling (Round 2)

1st week of July

Counseling (Round 3)

1st week of July

Counseling (Round 4)

2nd week of July

Counseling (Round 5)

2nd week of July

Counseling (Round 6)

3rd week of July

Counseling (Round 7)

3rd week of July

 

Counseling Procedure:

  • Online registration: Candidates opting for counseling will have to register for the JEE Main counseling process by logging in with their roll number.
  • Online choice filling: Candidates will have to select the institute type, institute name and program chosen after registration.
  • Seat allotment: Candidates will have to download the seat allotment letter from the official website.
  • Payment of fee and seat acceptance: Aspirants will have to confirm their seat allotted by making the fee payment. The fee payment can be done through Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking.

Reporting at the allotted colleges: Lastly candidates will have to report at the allotted collages along with their original documents. 

JEE Main Participating Colleges

Participating colleges are the institutes which offer admissions to the candidates who have qualified with expected scores and rank in JEE Main 2018.   The participating colleges are listed as below:

  • 31 National Institutes of Technology (NITs)
  • 20 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs)

List of JEE Main examination centres

JEE Mains examination centers are spread across the country to ease the students in choosing the examination center in their city. Candidates can select 4 exam centers according to their preference. The address of the exam center in the allotted exam city will be declared by the NTA lately. Just to bring to applicants notice that not all the exam centers will be conducting both January session exam and April session exam.  Below mentioned are some of the JEE Main exam center:

City

January Session

April Session

Agartala

Yes

Yes

Agra

Yes

Yes

Ahmedabad

Yes

Yes

Ahmednagar

No

Yes

Aizawl

Yes

Yes

Ajmer

Yes

Yes

Akola

No

Yes

Alappuzha

No

Yes

Aligarh

No

Yes

Allahabad

Yes

Yes

Alwar

No

Yes

Ambala

No

Yes

Amravati

Yes

Yes

Amritsar

Yes

Yes

Anand

Yes

Yes

Anapur

No

Yes

Angam Aly

No

Yes

Angul

No

Yes

Asansol

No

Yes

Aurangabad

Yes

Yes

Aurangabad (Bihar)

No

Yes

Bagalkot

No

Yes

Bahadurgarh

No

Yes

Bahrain

Yes

Yes

Balaghat

No

Yes

Balasore

Yes

Yes

Bapatla

No

Yes

Baramullah

No

Yes

Bardhman

No

Yes

Bareilly

Yes

Yes

Beed

No

Yes

Belgaum

No

Yes

Bellary

No

Yes

Bengaluru

Yes

Yes

Berhampur (Ganjam)

Yes

Yes

Betul

No

Yes

Bhagalpur

No

Yes

Bhandara

No

Yes

Bharatpur

No

Yes

Bhatinda

Yes

Yes

Bhavnagar

Yes

Yes

Bheemavaram

No

Yes

Bhilai/Durg

No

Yes

Bhilwara

No

Yes

Bhopal

Yes

Yes

Bhubaneswar

Yes

Yes

Bhusawal

No

Yes

Bidar

No

Yes

Bihar Sharif

No

Yes

Bikaner

Yes

Yes

Bilaspur

No

Yes

Bokaro Steel City

Yes

Yes

Bulandsahar

No

Yes

Buldana

No

Yes

Chandigarh/Mohali

Yes

Yes

Chandrapur

No

Yes

Chenganur

No

Yes

Chennai

Yes

Yes

Chhatarpur

No

Yes

Chhindwara

No

Yes

Chittoor

No

Yes

Coimbatore

Yes

Yes

Colombo

No

Yes

Cuddalore

No

Yes

Cuttack

Yes

Yes

Dadra Nagar Haveli

Yes

Yes

Daman & Diu

Yes

Yes

Darbhanga

No

Yes

Dehradun

Yes

Yes

Delhi

Yes

Yes

Devanagere

No

Yes

Dhaka

Yes

Yes

Dhanbad

Yes

Yes

Dharamshala

No

Yes

Dharwad

No

Yes

Dhule

No

Yes

Dibrugarh

No

Yes

Dimapur

Yes

Yes

Dindigul

No

Yes

Dubai

Yes

Yes

Durgapur

Yes

Yes

Eluru

No

Yes

Ernakulam/Kochi

Yes

Yes

Faizabad

No

Yes

Faridabad

Yes

Yes

Fathegarh Sahib

No

Yes

Gadchiroli

No

Yes

Gandhinagar

Yes

Yes

Gangtok

Yes

Yes

Gaya

Yes

Yes

Ghaziabad

No

Yes

Godhra

Yes

Yes

Gondia

No

Yes

Gorakhpur

Yes

Yes

Greater Noida/Noida

No

Yes

Gulbarga

No

Yes

Guntur

Yes

Yes

Gurugram

Yes

Yes

Guwahati

Yes

Yes

Gwalior

Yes

Yes

Haldia

No

Yes

Haldwani

Yes

Yes

Hamirpur

Yes

Yes

Haridwar

Yes

Yes

Hassan

No

Yes

Hisar

Yes

Yes

Hooghly

No

Yes

Howrah

Yes

Yes

Hubballi(Hubli)

Yes

Yes

Hyderabad

Yes

Yes

Idukki

No

Yes

Imphal

Yes

Yes

Indore

Yes

Yes

Itanagar

Yes

Yes

Jabalpur

Yes

Yes

Jaipur

Yes

Yes

Jalandhar

No

Yes

Jalgaon

No

Yes

Jammu

Yes

Yes

Jamnagar

No

Yes

Jamshedpur

Yes

Yes

Jeypore

No

Yes

Jhansi

Yes

Yes

Jodhpur

Yes

Yes

Jorhat

No

Yes

Junagarh

No

Yes

Kadapa

No

Yes

Kakinada

No

Yes

Kalyani

No

Yes

Kanjirappally

No

Yes

Kannur

No

Yes

Kanpur

Yes

Yes

Kanyakumari

No

Yes

Karimnagar

No

Yes

Karnal

Yes

Yes

Karur

No

Yes

Kasaragod

No

Yes

Kathmandu

No

Yes

Kavarrati

Yes

Yes

Khammam

Yes

Yes

Khargaon

No

Yes

Kohima

Yes

Yes

Kolar

No

Yes

Kolhapur

No

Yes

Kolkata

Yes

Yes

Kollam

No

Yes

Kota

Yes

Yes

Kothamangalam

No

Yes

Kottayam

No

Yes

Kozhikode

Yes

Yes

Kurnool

No

Yes

Kurukshetra

Yes

Yes

Lathur

No

Yes

Lucknow

Yes

Yes

Ludhiana

No

Yes

Madurai

Yes

Yes

Mahabubnagar

No

Yes

Malapuram

No

Yes

Mandsur

No

Yes

Mangaluru(Mangalore)

Yes

Yes

Manipal

No

Yes

Mathura

No

Yes

Meerut

No

Yes

Moovattupuzha

No

Yes

Moradabad

No

Yes

Mumbai

Yes

Yes

Muscat

Yes

Yes

Muzaffarnagar

No

Yes

Muzaffarpur

Yes

Yes

Mysore

No

Yes

Nagpur

Yes

Yes

Nalgonda

No

Yes

Namakkal

No

Yes

Nanded

No

Yes

Nashik

Yes

Yes

Navi Mumbai

No

Yes

Nellore

No

Yes

Ongole

No

Yes

Palakkad

No

Yes

Palampur

No

Yes

Panaji / Madgaon

Yes

Yes

Panipat

No

Yes

Pantnagar

No

Yes

Parbhani

No

Yes

Patan

Yes

Yes

Pathanamathitha

No

Yes

Pathankot

No

Yes

Patiala

No

Yes

Patna

Yes

Yes

Phagwara

No

Yes

Port Blair

Yes

Yes

Puducherry

Yes

Yes

Pune

Yes

Yes

Purnea

No

Yes

Qatar

Yes

Yes

Raigad/Alibaug

No

Yes

Raipur

Yes

Yes

Rajahmundry

No

Yes

Rajkot

Yes

Yes

Ranchi

Yes

Yes

Ratnagiri

No

Yes

Rewa

Yes

Yes

Riyadh

Yes

Yes

Roorkee

Yes

Yes

Ropar

No

Yes

Rourkela

Yes

Yes

Sagar

No

Yes

Salem

No

Yes

Sambalpur

Yes

Yes

Sangali

No

Yes

Sangrur

No

Yes

Satara

No

Yes

Satna

No

Yes

Sehdol

No

Yes

Sharjah

Yes

Yes

Shillong

Yes

Yes

Shimla

Yes

Yes

Shivamogga(Shimoga)

No

Yes

Sikar

No

Yes

Silchar

Yes

Yes

Siliguri

Yes

Yes

Singapore

No

Yes

Sitapur

No

Yes

Solan

No

Yes

Solapur

No

Yes

Sonipat

No

Yes

Srikakulam

No

Yes

Srinagar

Yes

Yes

Surat

Yes

Yes

Tadepalligudem

No

Yes

Tanjore

No

Yes

Tezpur

No

Yes

Thane

Yes

Yes

Thiruvananthapuram

Yes

Yes

Thiruvannamalai

No

Yes

Thoothukudi

No

Yes

Thrissur

No

Yes

Tiruchirappalli

No

Yes

Tirunelveli

No

Yes

Tirupati

Yes

Yes

Tumkur

No

Yes

Udaipur

Yes

Yes

Udupi

No

Yes

Ujjain

Yes

Yes

Vadodara

Yes

Yes

Valsad

Yes

Yes

Varanasi

Yes

Yes

Vellore

No

Yes

Vidisha

No

Yes

Vijayawada

Yes

Yes

Villipuram

No

Yes

Virudhunagar

No

Yes

Visakhapatnam

Yes

Yes

Vizianagaram

No

Yes

Warangal

Yes

Yes

Wardha

No

Yes

Washim

No

Yes

Yavatmal

No

Yes

Mock Test

NTA to Reject Multiple Applications for JEE Main April 2019

Updated: February 21, 2019

The Engineering Entrance Examination: JEE Main is scheduled in the month of April 2019. The application form for the examination will be available through JEE Main official website from 8th of February 2019.

National Testing Academy (NTA) has alerted that the multiple registrations for the examination under any circumstances will be considered rejected by the board.

The examination board has notified strictly that the application forms received more than once will be rejected under any circumstances. The notice specified that the applications submitted by the students more than one time will be considered invalid without any prior notice or any further intimation. Thus the students are requested to fill the JEE Main Application Form only once.

While filling the JEE Main application form, candidates will have to pay attention towards the conformation page displayed post registration. Once the application form is filled and submitted, the next procedure will be fee payment. In case the fee payment is not processed the application from will be considered invalid. In such situation candidates are requested not to resubmit the application from and instead try to make the fee payment again.

The JEE Main Examination will be conducted twice a year from 2019 to provide multiple opportunities for the students to appear for the exam. The engineering entrance examination is scheduled to be conducted once in the month of January and 2nd time in the month of April every year.

Around 9 lakhs students attended the JEE Main entrance examination conducted in the month of January 2019. 15 students topped by secured 100 NTA score in January’s examination. The 2nd session examination will be held in April 2019 and the registration for the same can be commenced from 8th February to 8th April 2019.