IIT JEE Exam Syllabus

JEE Main Syllabus (Class XI)

Mathematics

Physics

Chemistry

Logarithms and Related Expression

Unit. Dimension and Measurement

Periodic Table and Properties

Compound Angles

Kinematics

Mole Concept

Quadratic Equation and Expression

Newtons Laws of Motion

Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

Sequence and Progression

Circular Motion

Chemical Bonding

Trignometric Functions, Equations and Inequations

Work, Power and Energy

Gaseous State

Solutions of Triangle

Momentum and Collision

Electronic Displacement Effect

Straight Line and Pair of Lines

Centre of Mass and Inertia

Atomic Structure

Circles

Rotational Dynamics

Isomerism

Permutation and Combinations

Elasticity, Calorimetry, Thermal Expansion

Redox and Equivalent Concepts

Binomial Theorem

Ktg and Thermodynamics

Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium

Sets, Relations and Functions

Simple Harmonic Motion

Chemical Kinetics

Mathematical Induction and Reasoning

Mechanical Waves

Nuclear Chemistry (Radioactivity)

 

Fluid Mechanics

 

JEE Main Syllabus (Class XII)

Mathematics

Physics

Chemistry

Limit, Continuity and Derivability

Geometrical Optics

Halogen Derivative

Method of Differentiation

Wave Optics

Co-ordination Compounds

Indefinite Integral

Electrostatics

Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

Definite Integral

Gravitation

Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Application of Derivatives

Current Electricity

Liquid Solution and Surface Chemistry

Determinant and Matrices

Capacitance

Metallurgy

Vectors

Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism

Alcohol and Ether

3-Dimensional Geometry

Electromagnetic Induction and AC

Phenol

Probability

Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity

Solid State

Differential Equation

Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

Qualitative Analysis

Area Under Curve

Electronic Devices

Carbonly Compounds

Parabola, Ellipse and Hyperbola

Communication System

S,ps,d and f Block Elements

Complex Number

Errors in Measurements and Instruments

Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry

Statistics

 

Electrochemistry

 

 

Biomolecules

 

 

Polymers

 

 

Carboxylic Acids and its Derivative

 

 

Amines

 

 

Practical Organic Chemistry

JEE Main Paper Pattern:

JEE Main Exam has two papers - Paper I & Paper II.

JEE Main Exam Pattern for Paper – 1:

1. Online - Computer Based Test (CBT):

  • Facilitation Centres (in cities where the online exam will be conducted) will be operational in March 2015 to aid hands on practice for students who wish to familiarize themselves with the online Exam pattern.
  • The list of the facilitation Centres will be announced in March 2015 by CBSE.
  • The CBT will be covering questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with equal weightage to all subjects.
  • The JEE Main Exam will consist of three parts with equal weightage to all the three subjects.
  • The candidates will have to opt for the correct response for each question out of four responses given.
  • The exam will be for 3 hours in duration.
  • Each question will be allotted 4 marks.
  • Every wrong answer will result in deduction of one mark due to negative marking of ¼ (one fourth) of the total marks
  • Zero marks will be deducted for no answer

2. Offline - Pen & Paper Based:

  • The exam will be of 3 hours duration
  • 30 questions from each subject namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will be asked making the total number of questions to be 90.
  • The JEE Main Exam will be of multiple choices with one correct answer from a choice of four answers for each question.
  • All subjects carry equal weightage with each question carrying 4 marks for a correct answer.
  • Every wrong answer will result in deduction of one mark due to negative marking of ¼ (one fourth) of the total marks
  • Zero marks will be deducted for no answer

JEE Main Exam Pattern for Paper - 2

The JEE Main Paper - 2 will be for the admissions to the Architecture/Planning courses.

The Exam will consist of Objective type of questions

The JEE Main Paper - 2 will consist of three parts:

  • Part I - Mathematics
  • Part II - Aptitude Test 
  • Part III - Drawing Test

Note: Candidates have to bring their own geometry box set, pencils, erasers and colour pencils or crayons. A card board or a clip board is also advisable.