The Joint Entrance Examination 2023 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Students who wish to join the engineering courses in IITs, NITs and other engineering institutions must clear this exam. In 2023, the Joint Entrance Examination will be conducted in two sessions. The dates are not yet announced by the NTA.
The Joint Entrance Examination session 1 is expected to be held by the last week of April 2023. Session 2 JEE Main 2023 is expected to be held by the last week of May 2023. The exam is conducted in 13 languages. Students can select the language of their choice during the application process. They will be allotted the exam centres as per their preference in the application form. The Joint Entrance Examination 2023 is held for three groups of students. Those who want to join B.E or B.Tech., have to attempt paper 1. Students who want to join architecture should attempt paper 2A, and those who wish to join B. Planning course must attempt paper 2B. Students are recommended to visit the NTA’s official website regularly so they won’t miss any important updates.
The JEE 2023 session 1 registration is expected in March 2023. There will be a separate registration for 2023 session 2. Students can visit the official website and complete the registration process, along with payment of the application fee.
Students should check whether they satisfy the eligibility criteria for the JEE 2023 exams. The exam conducting authority will publish the criteria on the official website. The important factors in the eligibility criteria include age limit, qualifying exam, number of attempts, year of course completion, subjects chosen in the qualifying exam, etc. Students should also understand the reservation criteria given by the NTA.
The exam pattern of JEE 2023 will be almost the same as the JEE 2022. Paper 1 consists of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. MCQs and numericals will be there for Paper 1. There will be a total of 90 questions, out of which students have to attempt 75 only. Paper 1 will have two sections, A and B. There will be a negative marking in the B section.
Syllabus for JEE Main
Before starting the preparation, understanding the syllabus of an entrance exam is very important. So, the JEE aspirants are advised to understand the JEE Main syllabus. It will also help to make the proper preparation plan and also have an idea of the pattern of the JEE exam. They should also know the distribution of marks from each chapter, important topics and chapters, etc. This will help students to avoid learning unwanted topics and thus save preparation time.
Since the competition is very high, proper planning is crucial to crack this exam. They should find enough time to cover the whole syllabus. The JEE questions are mainly based on the NCERT books. Students are also advised to download and learn the study materials provided at BYJU’S to score better ranks in the Joint Entrance Examination.