There are no age criteria for the candidates. Candidates can appear for JEE Main for 3 consecutive years although the efforts of the session as two attempts in a year will be considered as one.
As per nationality - Indian, Persons of Indian Origin, Overseas Citizens of India, Foreign Nationals and Non-resident Indians are eligible to appear in JEE Main 2023 exam.
To be eligible for JEE Main 2023, candidates must pass the 12th/equivalent exam by any recognized Board as listed by NTA with compulsory subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
75% aggregate marks in 12th/equivalent exam to be eligible for JEE Main 2023 for general category student. Relaxation of 10% minimum marks for reserved category candidates.
GEN-EWS - General-Economically Weaker Section
OBC-NCL - Other Backward Classes - Non Creamy layer
SC - Scheduled Caste
ST - Scheduled Tribe
PwD - Persons with Disabilities
(i) Blindness and low vision,
(ii) Deaf and hard of hearing,
(iii) Locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims and muscular dystrophy,
(iv) Autism, intellectual disability, specified learning disability and mental illness and multiple disabilities from amongst persons under clauses (i) to (iv).
The Joint Entrance Examination is a national level engineering entrance exam held twice a year for admission into various engineering colleges in India. The National Testing Agency conducts it.
Joint Entrance Exam is formed by two separate exams- JEE Main and JEE Advanced.
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is a national-level computer-based engineering entrance exam conducted by NTA (National Test Agency) for admission to various colleges in India, such as Indian Institute of Technology, National Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Information Technology and other Government funded technical Institutes.
IITs, NITs, IIEST, IIITs and other GFTIs. Please note that for admission in IIT, a candidate has to pass JEE Main + JEE Advanced.
JEE Mains comprises of two papers, Paper - I and Paper - II. Candidates can choose either of the two. Both papers have multiple-choice questions. Paper - I is for the admission in B.E./B.Tech courses. Paper - II is for the admission in B.Arch and B.Planning courses.
Candidates can choose either of the two.
JEE Main 2023 Session - 1 exam done on 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 January 2023. JEE Main 2023 Session - 2 Exam Dates are 6, 8, 10, 11 and 12 April 2023.
The validity of the result is one year.
All Candidates will not get the same sets of question papers.
The normalization process is an established practice prescribed by NTA for comparing candidate scores in multi-session papers adopted in other large academic selection tests conducted in India. In simple terms, it ensures that no candidate is at any loss or may even get benefit from this procedure.
1. if the candidate is acquiring equal marks/percentile, then among themselves merit will be determined to below sequence :-
(a) Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in Maths.
(b) Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in Physics,
(c) Candidate acquiring higher marks/percentile in chemistry,
(d) Candidate who is older is preferred.
2. The final ranking will be done after the tie is resolved.
5 steps need to be followed to fill the registration form 1. Fill online form, 2. Upload documents, 3. Select the exam centre, 4. Payment & 5. Submit.
JEE Main 2023 exam has been conducted in 290 cities in India and in 25 cities outside India and over 8.22 lakh candidates have appeared in the exam.
The NTA will rank students based on their percentile marks, which will be calculated according to a pre-determined formula.
Around 10 lakh students appear for JEE Mains every year and around 1.45 lakh students give JEE Advanced Exam every year.
JEE Main 2023 consists of 3 main subjects, namely, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. Paper-1, is for admission in B.E. / B. Tech. Courses. In paper-1, there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 25 from Physics and 25 from Chemistry; therefore, the total number of questions is 75. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets (-1) negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3 hours (180 minutes). There will be negative marking for both Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Numerical Questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 300. Paper-2, is for admission in B. Arch. In paper-2, there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 50 from Aptitude test, 2 from Drawing Test; therefore, the total number of questions is 77. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets (-1) negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3 hours (180 minutes). No negative marking is done for numerical questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 400. Paper-3, is for admission in B. Planning courses. In paper-3, there are 25 questions from Mathematics, 50 from Aptitude test, 25 from Planning Based Objective Type MCQs, therefore, the total number of questions is 100. Each question will carry 4 marks, and each incorrect response gets (-1) negative marking. The duration of the Exam is 3 hours (180 minutes). There will be negative marking for both Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Numerical Questions. The maximum marks in the Exam are 400.
There will be negative marking for both Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Numerical Questions.
There is no age bar but students need to pass JEE Main exam within 2 years of passing Class XII.(maximum three attempts in consecutive years)
NCERT is the most important textbook to prepare for JEE Main.
In JEE, the joint admission process is conducted by Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA).
1. Visit official NTA website and login through your Roll No. and Password.
2. Go through all the instructions carefully and click on "I Agree" button.
3. Fill in all the details carefully in the appeared JoSAA Registration form.
4. Right check declaration option and click on Submit button.
5. A new page will appear mentioning all the information you have provided. Check it and if it's correct, click on the "CONFIRM REGISTRATION" button.
The complete admission process through JEE Main counselling is as follows :-
1. Online registration,
2. Choice filling and locking,
3. Seat allotment,
4. Seat acceptance and Fee payment,
5. Document Verification &
6. Reporting to the allotted college.
Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) 2023 has announced the dates of counselling start in the month of September 2023 after the declaration of JEE Advanced Results 2023. JEE Main 2023 and JEE Advanced 2023 qualified aspirants will be able to register for (JoSAA) Counselling 2023 from September 2023.
The JEE Main 2023 paper - 1 result has been released on NTA Results Website.
No, there is no as such dress code for JEE Mains. The only restrictions are for cap, scarf, jewellery, stoles, metallic items, etc.