The syllabus for JEE Main 2023 is the same as it was in previous years. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has published the JEE Main syllabus for 2023 online along with a new information pamphlet outlining all the exam specifics. It is advised for JEE applicants to obtain the JEE Main 2023 syllabus PDF so they are aware of the subjects to study.
.Also read:JEE Mains 2023 Admit Card (theasianread.com)
JEE Main Physics Syllabus
One of the key topics covered in the JEE Syllabus 2023 is physics. Sections A and B of the physics paper will each contain two subsections. Physics theory will be covered in Section A’s multiple-choice questions (MCQs), which will account for 80% of the curriculum, while section B’s numerical value questions, which include practical components (experimental skills), will account for 20% of the syllabus. See the Physics course outline below.
Physics and Measurement | Thermodynamics |
Kinematics | Rotational Motion |
Gravitation | Work and Energy |
Power | Properties of Solids and Liquids |
Laws of Motion | Electronic Devices |
Oscillations | Waves |
Current Electricity | Electromagnetic Waves |
Communication Systems | Electromagnetic Induction |
Magnetism | Alternating Currents |
Magnetic Effects of Current | Kinetic Theory of Gases |
Dual Nature of Matter | Radiation |
Atoms | Nuclei |
Optics | Electrostatics |
Important Chapters
SECTION | IMPORTANT TOPICS |
Section A | – Physics and measurement
– Rotational motion -thermodynamics – Kinematics -work,energy and power – Properties of Solids and Liquids – Gravitation -Laws of motion – Oscillations and waves – Electronic devices – Kinetic theory of Gases – Current electricity – Communication systems – Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents – Magnetic effects of current and magnetism – Optics -Electromagnetic waves – Atoms and nuclei – Electrostatics -Dual nature of matter and radiations |
Section B | – Experimental Skills |
JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus
JEE Mains Syllabus 2023’s chemistry portion includes both numerical and theoretical questions. There will be a total of 30 questions from the JEE Main Chemistry curriculum. Three sections make up the whole chemistry section of the JEE Main syllabus
- Physical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry | |
Basic Concepts in Chemistry | States of Matter |
Chemical Bonding | Atomic Structure |
Molecular Structure | Solutions |
Redox Reactions | Chemical Thermodynamics |
Equilibrium | Electrochemistry |
Surface Chemistry | Chemical Kinetics |
Organic Chemistry | |
Polymers | Principles of Practical Chemistry |
Organic Compounds – Characterisation and Purification | Oxygen, Halogens, and Nitrogen Organic Compounds |
Hydrocarbons | Biomolecules |
Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry | Chemistry in Everyday Life |
Inorganic Chemistry | |
Hydrogen | Classification of Elements |
Periodicity | Alkali metals |
Group 13 to Group 18 Elements | Alkaline Earth Metals |
D and f Block Elements | Coordination Compounds |
Environmental Chemistry | Isolation of Metals |
Important Chapters
Physical Chemistry | – Some basic concepts in chemistry
– Atomic structure – Chemical bonding and molecular structure – Chemical thermodynamics – Solutions – Equilibrium – Redox reactions and electrochemistry – Chemical kinetics – Surface chemistry |
Organic Chemistry | – Purification and characterization of organic compounds
-Hydrocarbons – Chemistry in everyday life – Principles related to practical chemistry – Organic compounds containing halogens – Organic compounds containing oxygen – Organic compounds containing nitrogen – Polymers – Some basic principles of organic chemistry – Biomolecules |
Inorganic Chemistry | – Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
– Hydrogen – Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals) – P Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements – Co-ordination compounds – Environmental chemistry – General principles and processes of isolation of metals |
JEE Main Maths Syllabus
You can review the complete JEE Main 2023 Mathematics curriculum here. In the exam, there will be 30 questions on the mathematics paper. Section A and Section B are the two sections that will be present. Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) will make up Section A, and questions that require a numerical value to be entered as an answer will make up Section B. Candidates must attempt any five of the ten questions in Section B. See the table below for a thorough breakdown of the mathematics curriculum.
Sets, Relations, and Functions | Complex Numbers |
Determinant | Quadratic Equations |
Matrices | Permutations Combinations |
Mathematical Induction | Sequence Series |
Binomial Theorem | Limits and Continuity |
Differentiability | Statistics |
Differential Equations | Integral Calculus |
Trigonometry | Vector Algebra |
Coordinate Geometry | Mathematical Reasoning |
3D Geometry | Probability |
Important Chapters
Maths Chapters for JEE Main 2023 | -Complex numbers and quadratic equations
– Matrices and determinants -Sets, relations and functions – Mathematical induction – Permutations and combinations – Mathematical reasoning – Limit, continuity, and differentiability – Integral calculus -Three dimensional geometry -Differential equation – Binomial theorem and its simple applications – Sequence and Series – Vector algebra – Statistics and probability -trigonometry – Coordinate geometry |
Also read:JEE Advanced 2023 Revised syllabus (theasianread.com)
FAQs
1)Are there any changes in the JEE Main 2023 syllabus?
the JEE Main 2023 syllabus is almost the same as in 2022.
2)What if I get 70 marks in JEE Mains?
Then your expected Percentile score is predicted to be around 85.96 – 89.08.
3)What are the minimum marks for NIT?
The minimum mark to get NIT in JEE mains is 75% or above