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Syllabus of JEE Main and JEE Advanced 2018

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JEE MAIN and JEE ADVANCED Exam Syllabus-2018

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Giving the examination gives an eligibility to enroll in most Engineering Colleges across the country. This Article contains Syllabus of Jee Main and Jee Advanced.

The examination is conducted in two parts. The JEE Main and the JEE Advanced. A person gets qualified to appear of the JEE Advanced based on their JEE Main marks and rank. An admission to the NITs, CFTIs and most other colleges in the country is given primarily based on the JEE Main marks though if one is qualified for JEE Advanced, those marks might give additional weightage. The JEE Advanced marks and rank offers a chance for admission in one of the IITs or the ISM.

The enrollment for JEE Main has begun on the 1st of December 2017 and will conclude on 1st of January 2018.

JEE Main 2018 Eligibility.

  1. Candidates should be born on or after October 01, 1993.

  2. Students who lie in the quota of SC, ST, and PwD and must be born on or after October 01, 1988.

  3. Candidates must have passed their 12th Grade Examination between 2016 and 2018.

  4. Candidates should not have attempted the 12th Grade Examination before 2016 even if they have had failed it.

  5. Students who have or will appear for improvement in 12th Grade must appear in all 5 main subjects as marks from only one year would be considered.

  6. Aspirants should have appeared for at least five subjects in the 12th Grade Examination.

  7. Only three attempts are permitted for giving the JEE MAIN.

 JEE Main Exam Pattern.

  1. Paper 1:

  • 3 hrs. Duration.

  • 90 Questions.

  • 360 Marks.

  • 3 parts, 30 Questions each (Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry).

  • 4 Marks for each question.

  • ¼ Negative Marks for each wrong answer.

  • Only one correct answer to each question.

  1. Paper 2:

  • 3 Parts.

  • Part I: Aptitude Test of 50 Objective Questions, 4 Marks each.

  • Part II: 30 Objective Questions of Mathematics, 4 Marks each.

  • Part III: 2 Question of 70 Marks to be attempted on the separate drawing sheet.

JEE Main Pattern and Level of Difficulty Click here.

JEE Main Results.

The results for both offline (08 April), as well as online(15, 16 April) JEE Main 2018, will be announced on the 30th of April 2018.

Based on the rank obtained, the result will determine student’s eligibility for JEE Advanced.

Rank priorities if marks are tied would be given as follows:

Marks in Mathematics>Marks in Physics>Ratio of Positive and Negative marks.

 JEE Advanced 2018.

JEE Advanced 2018 would be held on the 20th of May 2018. The examination would be strictly online. IIT Kanpur will be setting up the papers this year. The top 2.4 lakh ranks of JEE Main will be eligible to appear for the examination.

JEE Advanced Admit Card.

The JEE Advanced admit card will be made available online only in the second week of May.

A student that has qualified for JEE Advanced must have filled the application form for this examination and paid the fees in the given duration to be eligible to receive the Admit Card and appear for the test. Students must carry at least two printouts of the Card to the Exam Hall.

JEE ADVANCED Exam Pattern.

The exam pattern for JEE Advanced changes every year, tough not drastically. IIT Kanpur will disclose the pattern in due course. The duration of the examination, the number of compulsory papers, the total marks, and the marking scheme are thought to remain the same.

JEE Advanced Syllabus.

  1. Chemistry.

  1. Physical Chemistry.

General Base Topics; Gaseous and liquid states; Atomic structure and chemical bonding; Energetics; Chemical Equilibrium; Electrochemistry; Chemical kinetics; Solid state; Solutions; Nuclear Chemistry.

  1. Inorganic Chemistry.

Isolation/preparation and properties of the non-metals (Boron, silicon, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulphur, oxygen and halogens); Properties of allotropes of carbon, phosphorus and sulphur; Preparation and properties of compounds from the non-metals; Transition elements (3d series); Preparation and properties of oxides and chlorides of Pb, Sn, Fe, Zn, Cu and sulphates of Cu, Zn, Fe; Ores and minerals; Extractive metallurgy; Principals of qualitative analysis.

  1. Organic Chemistry.

Basic Concepts; Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkanes; Preparation, properties, and reactions of alkenes and alkynes; Reactions of benzene; Phenols; Characteristic reactions of Alkyl halides, Alcohols,

Ethers, Aldehydes and Ketones, Carboxylic acids, Amines, and Haloarenes; Carbohydrates; Amino acids and peptides; Properties and uses of some important polymers; Practical organic chemistry.


Algebra; Trigonometry; Analytical geometry; Differential calculus; Integral calculus; Vectors.


General; Mechanics; Thermal physics; Electricity and magnetism; Optics; Modern physics.

 Architecture Aptitude Test.

Freehand drawing; Geometrical drawing; Three-dimensional perception; Imagination and aesthetic sensitivity; Architectural awareness.


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