JEE Exam

JEE 2023

JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is a national-level engineering entrance exam conducted for admission into engineering colleges in India.

JEE 2023 Exam

JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) is a national-level engineering entrance exam conducted for admission into engineering colleges in India. It includes two separate examinations: JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) oversees the joint admissions process for 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), 32 National Institutes of Technology (NITs) campuses, 26 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and 33 Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs). 

JEE Exam Highlights 2023

JEE exam is one of the prestigious exams which opens the gate for students to get admission into engineering courses. It is a national level examination in India. The students who crack the exam get a chance to take admission into the best engineering colleges and universities such as IITs, NITs and other institutes.

Before getting into details, let’s check the important points related to JEE exam in the below-provided table-

Exam NameJoint Entrance Examination (Main)
Short Exam NameJEE Main
Conducting BodyNational Testing Agency (NTA)
Frequency of ConductTwice
Exam LevelNational Level Exam
LanguagesEnglish, Hindi, Urdu (All Center Cities) Regional Languages
Mode of ApplicationOnline
Mode of Exam

Computed Based Test

(Pen-paper based for Architecture)

Mode of CounsellingOnline
Total Questions Asked (Increased in 2021)B.E/B.Tech – 90; B.Arch – 82; B. Planning- 105
Total Questions to be AnsweredB.E/B.Tech – 75; B.Arch – 77; B. Planning- 100
Marking Scheme

4 for each correct answer

-1 for each incorrect answer;

Unattempted questions will not be marked; No negative marking for Non-MCQ questions

Total MarksB.E/B.Tech – 300; B.Arch – 400; B. Planning- 400
Test Duration3 hours (3.5 hours for both – B.Arch and B. Planning)

JEE Exam Dates

Here we have mentioned the schedule for JEE Main and Advanced session. The candidates who are appearing for the exam should check the below-provided table to get clarity.

EventsJEE Main Dates 2023
JEE Main official notification release dateDecember 15, 2022
JEE 2023 Information Brochure release dateDecember 15, 2022
Registration Process starts on

Session 1 – December 15, 2022

Session 2 – February 7, 2023

Last date to fill JEE Main 2023 form

January session – January 12, 2023

April session – March 7, 2023

JEE Main 2023 application correction

January session – January 13 to 14, 2023 & February 3 to 5, 2023

April session – To be announced

Admit Card 2023 Availability Date

January session – January 21, 2023

April session – To be announced

JEE Main 2023 exam date

January session – January 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, and February 1, 2023

April session – 06, 08, 10, 11, 12 April 2023

JEE Main result date

January session – February 6, 2023

April session – April 2023

The candidates can check the following JEE 2023 eligibility criteria to appear for the exam. Those who do not fulfill the eligibility criteria will not be allowed to fill the application form.

Age criteriaNo age limit
Educational Qualification
  1. Those who have cleared their 12th or equivalent exam in 2020-21 are eligible.
  2. Those who are appearing in class 12 can also apply for the same.
  3. The candidates who passed the class 12/qualifying exam before year 2020 and also who will appear in the exam after year 2022 are not allowed to appear in mains 2022.
Qualifying subjectCandidates must have taken at least 5 subjects in class 12th /qualifying examination to be eligible
Qualifying marksNone
Number of attemptsThe number of attempts will be 2 in a year

JEE Exam Pattern 2023

JEE Main 2023 exam will be conducted for three papers such as B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Planning. This year, the JEE Main exam pattern has already changed a lot. They have included the choice based questions considering the reduction in the JEE syllabus by CBSE and other educational boards. The candidates who are preparing for the exam should have a clear understanding of the JEE Exam Pattern 2023. Although, the total number of questions have been increased in each of the three papers and the total marks are the same as the previous year.

JEE Syllabus 2023

The National Testing Agency has already increased the JEE syllabus 2023. Its syllabus comprises the topics that are covered in grade 11 and 12. Here, in the below provided table, we have mentioned the subject-wise breakdown of the important topics for the JEE examination. The students can refer to it and plan their preparation accordingly.

JEE Main Mathematics Syllabus

Refer to the below table for Mathematics syllabus-

Vectors3D Geometry
Sequence and SeriesDeterminant and Matrices
CirclesStraight Lines
Definite IntegralProbability Distribution
FunctionsLimits and Continuity
Conic SectionsApplication of Derivatives
Quadratic EquationComplex Numbers
Binomial TheoremThe area under the Curve

JEE Main Physics Syllabus

Check the below-provided table for Physics syllabus-

Ray OpticsThermodynamics
SemiconductorsEM Waves
Alternating CurrentWave Optics
Electromagnetic InductionOscillations
Current ElectricityElectrostatics
Magnetic Effects of CurrentProperties of Matter
Bohr’s Atomic ModelWaves and Sound

JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus

Check the below-provided table for Chemistry syllabus-

Gaseous and Liquid StateAtomic Structure
Chemical KineticsElectrochemistry
Chemical BondingD block elements
Coordination CompoundSurface Chemistry
Aromatic CompoundsAlkyl Halides
P Block ElementsThermodynamics
IsomerismGeneral Organic Chemistry

JEE Results 2023

NTA has released the JEE Mains results for session 1 exam. The candidates who have appeared for the exam can check their results from the official website. The direct link to download the JEE scorecard is also available. The candidates can use their application number and password or date of birth to download the scorecard or check the JEE Results. Soon they will declare the result for JEE paper-2.

JEE Counselling 2023

The counselling for JEE is conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). The authority releases the seat allotment phase wise details on the website and counselling is held accordingly. A JoSAA mock seat allotment is released on the official website. Candidates have to register themselves and select the college and course for the first round of counselling. Similarly, seat allotment for round two and three is also announced on the official website.


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Frequently asked questions

Is there any age criteria for the candidates appearing for the JEE exams?

No, there is no age limit for applying for JEE exam. The candidates who have passed the 12th examination in years 2020,2021 or those who are appear...Read full

What is the JEE Main examination language mode?

JEE Main examination is usually conducted in Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Assamese, Bengali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu in ad...Read full

How many times can a candidate appear for the JEE Advanced examination?

In a single academic year, candidates can appear only for once.

How can one remit fee for JEE exam?

It can be remitted through Debit/Credit/UPI Card using SBI/Canara/HDFC/ICICI/Paytm on-line gateway payment facility/ Net Banking.

Can a candidate change the JEE examination Center after the allotment of roll number?

No, changes are not allowed in the exam centre once it gets...Read full