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Everything You Need To Know About JEE MAINS

In order to get admission in BE/B.Tech and B.Arch/ B.Plan courses into NIT and IIT, candidates have to clear JEE MAINS, so get Everything You Need To Know About JEE MAINS from this single page.

Here on this page we have provided Things You Must Know about Joint Entrance Examination 2019 such as eligibility criteria, exam details, fee details, important dates etc. After qualifying the JEE main exam candidates can avail higher studies and take their career to the zenith and make their bright future.

Central Board Of Secondary Education is going to conduct Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main in the month of April 2019, so have to prepare well for examination. Only those, candidates will move ahead for the further selection process, who will get qualify by JEE Mains.

We the team members of provide complete details related to Joint Entrance Examination main on this page. So, aspirants are required to scroll down the page and get Everything You Need To Know About JEE MAINS.

Everything You Need To Know About JEE MAINS

Short summary about JEE Main 2019:

Name of examJoint Entrance Exam (Main)
Commonly called asJEE Main
Type of examNational
Category of examUndergraduate (UG)
Conducting authorityCentral Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
Number of JEE Main takers12-13 lakh
Courses in Different Branches
Number of Seats Offered30,000
Duration of 4 years

B.Arch: 5 years

Exam DurationFor normal  – 3 hours

For Disabled – 4 hours

Types of QuestionMultiple Choice Questions with a single correct response
Negative MarkingYes
Number of Questions90
Selection processAdmission through JoSAA counselling on the basis of candidates’ All India Ranks
Mode of examOffline, Online
Exam Date
  • 1st week April 2019 ( Offline )
  • 2nd week April 2019 ( online )

Check Here: Tips to Prepare for JEE Main

JEE Main 2019 Eligibility Criteria:

Qualifying Exam

10+2 or equivalent exam passed in 2017 and 2018 are eligible to apply.
Appearing CandidatesCandidates appearing in the 12th exams in 2019 can apply.
Diploma HoldersDiploma candidates are also eligible to apply for JEE Mains 2019 but only for admission in IITs. Such candidates also have to appear for JEE Advanced exam.
Minimum MarksThere is no minimum mark required to apply for JEE Main.
For admissions to IITs, NITs, IIITs and CFTIsCandidates have to secure 75% (65% for SC/ST) in 12th exams or be in top 20 percentile of the respective board.
Number of SubjectsCandidates should have 5 subjects in the 10+2 exam. Candidates must have physics, mathematics, language, any one from the Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Technical Vocational Subject and any other subject.
Year of Appearance

Those, who has been passed 12th exams in 2016 are not eligible to apply. Students, who have appeared in 12th exams in 2016, did not pass in 2016 but passed in 2017 are not eligible to apply.

 Also Read: JEE Main Participating Colleges

Attention Please:

All the candidates are required to know that Diploma (3 years) holders are also eligible to apply.

What will be the upper age limit?

  • The age limit of candidate should not be more than 24 years of age as on 1st Oct. 2015.
  • The relaxation in age will also be provided to the SC/ST/PwD candidates.
  • Contenders who belong to any of this category must not be more than 29 years of age as on 1 Oct 2015.

What are the charges candidates have to pay?

Contenders who are going to apply for JEE MAINS exam they have to pay an application fee of Rs. as follows according to the categories:

Offline Exam Mode:

PaperGeneral/OBCPwD/ ST /SC
Centre in India
Either JEE Main Paper-1 or Paper-2500 (Girls)
1000 (Boys)
500 (Girls)
500 (Boys)
Both JEE Main Paper-1 & Paper-2900 (Girls)
1800 (Boys)
900 (Girls)
900 (Boys)
Centre in Foreign
Either JEE Main Paper-1 or Paper-21250 (Girls)
2500 (Boys)
1250 (Girls)
1250 (Boys)
Both JEE Main Paper-1 & Paper-21900 (Girls)
3800 (Boys)
1900 (Girls)
1900 (Boys)

Online Exam Mode:

PaperGeneral/OBCPwD/ ST /SC
Centre in India
Either JEE Main Paper-1 or Paper-2250 (Girls)
500 (Boys)
250 (Girls)
250 (Boys)
Both JEE Main Paper-1 & Paper-2650 (Girls)
1300 (Boys)
650 (Girls)
650 (Boys)
Centre in Foreign
Either JEE Main Paper-1 or Paper-21250 (Girls)
2500 (Boys)
1250 (Girls)
1250 (Boys)
Both JEE Main Paper-1 & Paper-21900 (Girls)
3800 (Boys)

1900 (Girls)
1900 (Boys)

Get Details: JEE Main Syllabus

Want to know how you can pay JEE Main Exam Fee?

The application fee payment can be paid by appliers through two modes online as well as offline mode:

  • Online mode: Debit card/credit card/net banking
  • Offline mode: (e-challan of Syndicate/ Canara/ICICI/HDFC Bank).

How Many Times You Attempt The Exam?

All the desirous aspirants are required to know that they can appear in JEE Main exam for a most extreme of three times. But candidates are required to qualify this exam in first attempt and get admission in NITs/IIITs/GFTIs. Here on this page we have indicated al the related information so read it very carefully.

 Exam pattern of JEE Main Paper 1:

In JEE Main question paper 1, questions are asked from the relevant subjects such as Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics. The distribution of marks as follows according to the subjects:

SubjectQuestionsMarks for each right answer

 Check Below Given Tips to Prepare for Exam:

Exam pattern of JEE Main Paper 2:

Aspirants who are going to applying for B. Arch Paper 2 is generally for those candidates. This paper consists of the following three sections-

  • Mathematics
  • Aptitude Test
  • Drawing Test

Remember this:

3 hours is the time allotted for writing the exam

Aptitude test50200

Is there any Negative Marking?

  • Yes in JEE main examination there will be a negative marking. JEE Mains exam will be of objective type questions with four options having single correct answer. For each and every incorrect answer, one fourth (1/4) of the total marks would be deducted which will be allotted to the candidates.
  • If there will be response of any question in the answer sheet then there will be no deduction from the total score.

Read Also: How To Reduce Negative Marking In Entrance Exam

What’s new in JEE Main 2017?

Candidates must have Aadhaar Card number to fill JEE Main 2017 application form.

  • All India Ranks will be calculated without normalized score of standard VII marks now in JEE Main 2017. Till 2016-17 the academic year Joint Entrance Examination main, All India Ranks would be calculated with the score of JEE Main and regularize marks of standard 12th in the ratio 60:40.
  • Aspirants must have secured minimum 75% marks in class VII exam or they should be in the top 20 percentile in the class 12th exam conducted by the respective boards.  Candidates who belong to SC/ST category, the eligibility criteria is 65% marks in standard 12th.

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JEE Main 2019 Important Dates:

EventsDates (Tentative)
JEE Notification release4th week of November 2018
Application form release1st week of December 2018
Correction in uploaded image starts2nd week of December 2018
Mock test available3rd week of December 2018
Last date for application submission1st week of January 2019
Application correction period2nd to 4th week of January 2019
Release of JEE admit card2nd week of March 2019
Exam date (Pen & Paper Based Test)2nd week of April 2019
Exam date (Computer Based Test)3rd week of April 2019
Display of OMR sheet & answer keyLast week of April 2019
Result/AIR declaration (paper 1)Last week of April 2019
Declaration of AIR (paper 2)Last week of May 2019
Counselling registration3rd week of June 2019

JEE Main Cut OFF Marks:

Everybody knows that the cut-off is the minimum score required by the candidates to get admission in the top colleges of the country. The Joint Entrance Examination Main 2019 Cut-off will be decided by various factors such as number of candidates appearing for the exam, level of exam and various others. Here we have given the cut-off marks based on the previous year analysis:

CategoryCut-off Marks

Check Here: JEE MAIN Cut Off Marks

What is the JEE Main Counselling Procedure?

  • Joint Seat Allocation Authority is also called as JOSAA. Joint Seat Allocation Authority will conduct the counseling process for admissions in IITs, ISM Dhanbad, NITs, IIITs and GFTIs (Government Funded Technical Institutes).
  • Candidates can fill their choices as per the schedule which is mentioned below. The Joint Entrance Examination Main 2019 counselling procedure is indicated below. Please have a look……….
    • Online Registration for Counselling
    • Online Choice Filling & Locking
    • Seat Allotment
    • Payment of Fees
    • Reporting to the Reporting Centre (RC)
    • Reporting to the Allotted Institute

More Details On: JEE Main Counselling

Check the Latest Update in JEE Main 2019 exam:

JEE Main 2019 new eligibility criteria: Aadhaar Card will be Must

  • Contenders must be enter Aadhaar number, name of candidate, date of birth & gender in online application for JEE Main 2019 who are in ownership of Aadhaar. The main purpose for this eligibility criterion is to identity his/her as well as for verification also.
  • Those aspirants who are not register for adhaar till now are required to make application for Aadhaar enrolment and get adhaar through the section 3 of Aadhaar Act.
  • Candidates may visit any Aadhaar enrolment facilitation centres which should be set up in JEE Main exam cities.

Check Here: List of Entrance Exam in India

Essence of the page:

Candidates who are interested (engineer and architecture) and who willing to appear for IIT JEE Main 2019, this information of Everything You Need to Know about JEE MAINS 2019 . On this page we have provided all the related details and also several tips and tricks which can help you score higher in IIT JEE Main 2019. Candidates can also start by taking video lectures and solving mock tests to improve that section in which they are weak.

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