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  • Written by aparna
  • Last Modified on 17-10-2022
  • Written by aparna
  • Last Modified on 17-10-2022

About JEE Main 2023

About Exam

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an engineering entrance examination held by National Testing Agency in India for candidates seeking admission to prestigious engineering institutes. Both sessions of JEE Main 2022 are over, and NTA will tentatively begin the JEE Main 2023 session 1 application process in the first week of March 2023. 

As per the latest information, JEE Apex Board (JAB) will oversee JEE Main Exam 2023. However, NTA will provide logistic and administrative support to JEE Apex Board to conduct JEE Main 2023 and 2024 exams smoothly. NTA will upload an official brochure of JEE Main 2023 that will include everything about the exam, including when to fill out the online application form, download admit card, exam dates, check results, and more.

JEE Main 2023 Brochure

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NTA will soon release the JEE Main 2023 official brochure on its website. Those interested in filling out the JEE Main 2023 application form should keep an eye on this page to get the direct PDF link. While NTA releases the brochure for 2023, aspirants can look at JEE Main 2022 brochure to learn what type of information the official brochure will likely include.

JEE Main Latest Updates

Exam Pattern
  • August 11, 2022: NTA will likely begin the JEE Main 2023 registration process in the first week of March 2023. We will add a direct link once the online registration starts.m
  • September 1, 2022: NTA released the JEE Main session 2 Paper 2A (B.Arch.) and Paper 2B (B. Planning) scorecards on the official website. Click here for the direct link and download the result.
  • August 8, 2022: NTA declared the toppers list of JEE Main 2022 Paper 1 for both sessions. Check out the score-, state-wise and category-wise JEE Main toppers' list below.
  • August 8, 2022: Check JEE Main result or use the direct link to download Paper 1 B.E./ B.Tech. scorecards.

Aspirants should be aware of JEE Main 2023 important dates to plan for their preparation accordingly. While it will take NTA some time to release the JEE Main 2023 exam date and JEE Mains 2023 date for registration, we suggest aspirants go through the JEE 2022 dates to have an idea.

JEE Main 2023 Important Dates

Exam Syllabus

Aspirants should be aware of JEE Main 2023 important dates to plan for their preparation accordingly. While it will take NTA some time to release the official JEE Main 2023 exam and registration dates, we suggest aspirants go through the tentative JEE 2023 dates below to have an idea:

JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Dates

NTA will likely begin the online registrations for JEE Main 2023 in the first week of March 2023. Interested and eligible aspirants can fill out their JEE Main 2023 application form using the links provided on this page. 

Candidates can check the expected (tentative) dates for the JEE Main 2023 session 1 from the table below:

Events Dates for JEE Main 2023 Session 1 (Tentative)
Start Date for Application Form Submission 1st Week of March 2023
Last Date for Application Form Submission 4th Week of March 2023
Last Date for Registration Fee Payment 4th Week of March 2023
Application Form Correction Window To Be Announced
Admit Card Release 2nd Week of April 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Exam 4th Week of April 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Final Answer Key 1st Week of May 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 1 Result 2nd Week of May 2023

JEE Main 2023 Session 2 Dates

NTA will likely start JEE Main 2023 Session 2 registration process in the first week of April 2023 and end the same in the first week of May 2023. NTA will also re-open the JEE Main registration window if required.

The candidates who apply and successfully pay the examination fee for JEE Main 2023 Session 1 and want to appear for Session 2 will be required to log in to the portal and apply for Session 2 within the specified time. Here are the tentative highlights of JEE Main 2023 session 2 important dates:

Exam Events Dates for JEE Main Session 2
Start Date for Application Form Submission 1st Week of April 2023
Last Date for Application Form Submission 1st Week of May 2023
Last Date for Registration Fee Payment 1st Week of May 2023
Application Form Correction Window To Be Announced
Admit Card Release 2nd Week of May 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 2 Exam 4th Week of May 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 2 Final Answer Key 1st Week of June 2023
JEE Main 2023 Session 2 Result 2nd Week of June 2023

JEE Main 2023 Number of Attempts

NTA announced that the number of attempts for JEE Main would be reduced to two attempts from four attempts.

JEE Main 2023 Language Proficiency

Let us look at the language proficiency for JEE Main 2023:

  • JEE Main 2023 will be conducted in 13 regional languages, including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
  • In this way, students will be able to write the exams in their own language.

JEE Main 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Study Plan to Maximise Score

NTA will soon release JEE Main 2023 eligibility criteria, along with the official notification. In the meantime, aspirants can refer to the JEE Main 2022 eligibility criteria because this year's eligibility will be somewhat similar to last year's. According to the criteria, there is no age restriction. Per the NTA, candidates who have passed class 12 or equivalent examinations in 2021 and 2022, or appearing in 2023, regardless of their age, can appear in JEE (Main) 2023.

Last year, NTA removed the ‘75% criteria’ from the minimum JEE Main 2023 eligibility norms. However, for JEE Mains Architecture and Planning courses, candidates have to score a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and 50% marks in aggregate of the qualifying examination. Let us take a closer look at the JEE main eligibility criteria.

JEE Main 2023 Age Criteria

JEE Main 2023 does not have an upper age limit. However, candidates may be required to meet the age requirements of the institutes to which they wish to apply.

JEE Main 2023 Educational Qualification

Let us look at JEE Main 2023 educational qualification requirements: 

  • Aspirants must have passed their 12th or equivalent exam in 2023 or 2022.
  • Candidates appearing for 12th boards (or equivalent) in 2023 are also eligible to apply for the examination.

JEE Main 2023 Number of Attempts

NTA reduced the number of attempts for JEE Main to two from four. 

JEE Main 2023 Language Proficiency

Let us look at the language proficiency for JEE Main 2023:

  • JEE Main 2023 will be conducted in 13 regional languages, including English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
  • This way, students can write the exams in their own language.

JEE Main 2023 Registration Process

Previous Year Analysis

Candidates must register on the official website of JEE Main before applying for the exam. Steps to fill out JEE Main 2023 registration form are mentioned below:

  • Visit the JEE Main official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in.
  • Click on ‘Apply for JEE Main 2023’.
  • Now click on ‘New Registration’.
  • JEE Main 2023 Registration window will open. Candidates must fill in their details like name, date of birth, gender, etc.
  • Click on the checkbox and tap on ‘Click Here to Proceed’

JEE Main application number will be generated and displayed on the screen.

JEE Main 2023 Application Form

The steps to fill out the application form for JEE Main 2023 exam are below: 

How to Fill JEE Main 2023 Application Form?

  • Log in to the official website — as given above — using your credentials.
  • Fill out the application form for JEE Main 2023 with the necessary details.
  • Upload the necessary documents in the prescribed format.
  • Now, pay the application fee.
  • Click on the Submit button.

Candidates are advised to save their login credentials and print out the application form for future reference after completing it.

Do’s and Don'ts of JEE Main 2023 Form Filling

The applicant should submit only one application as multiple application forms will be rejected. Any attempt to violate this rule can lead to the candidate being disqualified, with legal action being taken, such as debarring from all future examinations conducted by JEE Apex Board.

Candidates should have the following documents ready before filling out the online application form:

  • A computer/ laptop with a stable internet connection
  • Qualification details
  • A clear passport photograph (scanned copy) in JPG/JPEG format (size from 10–200 kb)
  • A scanned copy of signature JPG/JPEG format (size from 4–30 kb)
  • A scanned copy of Class 12 or an equivalent admit card/mark sheet (size from 50–500 kb)
  • Valid Email ID
  • Valid mobile number
  • Net banking account, UPI, or a valid debit/credit card 

Please Note:

  • The final submission of the online application form will remain incomplete if all the steps are not completed.
  • The application fee will not be refunded once it has been paid.
  • The entire application process for JEE Main is online, and candidates are not required to send/submit copies of the document(s) to JEE Apex Board through post/ fax/ email.
  • JEE Apex Board can use the data generated for analysis and research.

All the applicants who have submitted the online applications and paid the fees for JEE Main will be allowed to appear for JEE Main 2023. The admit cards for the same are uploaded on the official website as per the official schedule. 

Applicants are advised to ensure their eligibility and category (if applying under the reserved category) as per the requirements of the institutions where the candidate is seeking admission. 

NTA will not be responsible for any incorrect/wrong information furnished by the student(s) in their online application form. Letters or emails in this regard shall not be entertained either.

JEE Main 2023 Exam Pattern

The JEE Main 2023 exam is divided into three sections and will be held in the morning and evening shifts. Applicants must understand JEE Mains 2023 exam patternfor all papers in detail to perform well in the exam. The exam pattern of JEE Main 2023 will help aspirants understand which JEE Main 2023 portion includes the highest number of questions or marks.

Aspirants can also download the JEE Main 2023 syllabus in PDF to access the content even when offline. Stay in touch with us on this page for more updates on the JEE Main 2023 paper pattern, and do not forget to get the JEE syllabus 2023 PDF download link in the aforementioned article — which will be provided soon.

JEE Main 2023 Syllabus

Topper List Success Stories

NTA will releaseJEE Main syllabus 2023 for Paper 1 and 2, along with the information brochure on its website. The exam syllabus is based on three sections in each paper: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

However, since it will take some time for NTA to release the syllabus for 2023, candidates can check the expected JEE Mains syllabus for Paper 1 (Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) as well as Paper 2A (Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and Drawing) and Paper 2B (Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and Planning based questions) in the next sections of this article. This article also includes the JEE Main syllabus PDF download links. 

JEE Main 2023 Physics Syllabus

JEE Main 2023 Physics syllabus contains two sections, A and B. Section A pertains to the theory. In contrast, Section B contains practical components (experimental skills) with a 20% weightage.

JEE Main 2023 Chemistry Syllabus

JEE Main 2023 Chemistry syllabus consists of three sections — Physical, Inorganic, and Organic Chemistry.

JEE Main 2023 Syllabus Mathematics

The JEE Main 2023 Mathematics syllabus includes Paper 1, which is meant for B.Tech and Paper 2, which is meant for B. Arch and B. Plan.

JEE Main 2023 Paper 2 Syllabus for B.Arch and B.Planning

Candidates can refer to the detailedJEE Main Paper 2 syllabusfor B.Arch (Paper 2A) and B.Planning (Paper 2B) to have a better understanding of what chapters to cover and how many marks does each section cover.

JEE Main 2023 Syllabus PDF

Candidates can find the JEE Main 2023 syllabus Paper 1 and 2 tabulated below:

JEE Main Papers JEE Syllabus PDF
JEE Main Syllabus for B.E. or B. Tech (Paper-1) JEE Main Paper 1 Syllabus PDF
JEE Main Syllabus for B. Arch/B. Planning (Paper-2) JEE Main Paper 2 Syllabus PDF

JEE Main 2023 Memory-based Mock Test/PDF

Embibe has created a series of mock tests to assist students in their preparation for JEE Main. Mock tests are practice papers based on the most recent exam format and curriculum. These simulations of actual exams allow candidates to assess their true capabilities. Candidates are advised to use the JEE 2023 test series available on Embibe.

JEE Main Exam Previous Year Analysis

Exam talks

To understand the questions asked in the question paper, aspirants can refer to previous years’ question papers of JEE Main. We already have an article about JEE Main previous year papers that discusses the different aspects of JEE Main questions papers and how candidates can utilise the same.

JEE Main Topic-wise Questions

We have given the breakdown of the number of questions asked in the papers from 2018 to 2020.

Topic-wise Analysis for Physics

Topics Number of Questions
2018 2019 2020
Units, Dimensions, Errors, Experiments 1 2 1
Kinematics 1 0 1
Newton’s Laws and Friction 1 0 2
Work, Power and Energy 0 2 1
System of Particles 2 1 1
Gravitation, Rotational Mechanics 2 2 3
Properties of Matter 1 0 1
SHM, Oscillations 1 2 1
Mechanical Waves and Sound 1 1 2
Ray Optics, Wave Optics 3 2 3
Heat and Thermodynamics 3 3 2
Electrostatics 3 2 3
Current Electricity 2 3 3
Magnetism, Magnetic effects of current 3 2 2
EMI, AC and EM waves and Communication 4 3 1
Modern Physics 2 5 3

Topic-wise Analysis for Chemistry

Topics Number of Questions
2018 2019 2020
Atomic Structure and Classification 2 1 2
Chemical Bonding 1 1 3
Stoichiometry 2 1 2
States of Matter 1 2 1
Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium 2 1 1
Chemical Kinetics and Nuclear Chemistry 1 2 1
Chemical Thermodynamics 1 1 2
Solutions 1 2 1
Electro Chemistry 1 2 1
General Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-I 3 4 3
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-II 2 0 3
Organic Chemistry + Functional Group-III 1 1 2
Chemistry of Representative Elements 4 4 3
Transition Elements 3 2 1
Coordination Compounds and Organometallics 1 2 1
Surface Chemistry 0 1 1
Biomolecules 3 3 2

Topic-wise Analysis for Mathematics

Topic Number of Questions
2018 2019 2020
Sets, Relations and Functions 1 2 1
Limits, Continuity and Differentiability 3 2 3
Application of Derivatives 1 2 2
Indefinite and Definite Integrals and Area under the Curve 3 4 3
Cartesian Coordinates and Straight Line 2 1 1
Circles 1 1 2
Conics 2 2 1
Quadratic Equations, Inequalities, Progressions 3 3 1
Complex Numbers 1 0 1
Binomial Theorem, Exponential and Logarithmic Series 1 2 2
Permutation & Combination 0 1 1
Probability 1 1 2
Vectors 2 1 1
3-D Coordinate Geometry 2 1 2
Differential Equations & Properties of Triangles 1 2 1
Trigonometry 2 3 2
Matrices and Determinants 2 1 2
Mathematical Logic 1 0 1
Statistics 1 2 1

JEE Main 2023 Admit Card

About Exam

Below are the details related to JEE Main 2023 admit card:

JEE Main 2023 Admit Card Release Date

Let us look at some of the important pointers related to JEE Main 2023 admit card release date:

  • Last year, NTA released the JEE Main 2022-23 July session admit card on July 21, 2022. This year, NTA will likely upload the JEE Main 2023 admit cards in the second week of April 2023.
  • Candidates can download the hall tickets for any session from the official website. Please note that the JEE admit card is only available online. 

Candidates must log in to their candidate portal using their application number, which will be system generated at the time of registration, and then enter the date of birth in the required fields.

 

JEE Main 2023 Exam Centres List

About Exam

The JEE Main 2023 exam cities shall be updated here once officially announced. Following are a few details related to JEE Main exam centres:

  • Candidates must select four cities of their choice as test centres while applying for the exam. NTA will conduct the examination in cities listed in the information brochure across the country.
  • JEE Apex Board will release the final allotment of the cities on the admit card for candidates who have registered for the exam. Candidates can log into their accounts with their application number and date of birth to check their allotted cities.
  • Please note that the decision of JEE Apex Board regarding the allotment of centre, date, and shift will be final. No correspondence or requests will be entertained in such a case.

JEE Main Answer Key 2023

Eligibility Criteria

JEE Main 2023 provisional answer key for Session 1 will be available in the first week of May 2023. Also, the candidates can challenge the provisional answer key until the deadline by paying a fee of INR 200 per question.

NTA will release the final JEE Main session 2 answer key on the first week of June 2023. The authorities will scrutinise the objections raised by the candidates and then release the final answer key.

JEE Main 2023 Result Declaration

Admit Card

NTA will likely declare JEE Main 2023 result for session 1 in the second week of May 2023, while the JEE Main result 2023 for Session 2 will be declared in the 2nd week of June 2023. Candidates can access their results using the application form number and date of birth (DOB).

  • The result will be available in the form of a scorecard with details of the candidate’s percentile scores in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and an average percentile score in all three subjects, All India Rank and JEE Main cut-off for JEE Advanced. Candidates who score above the cut-off will appear in JEE Advanced exam.
  • Along with the result, NTA will also announce the list of toppers and a list of students with 100 percentile scores as per the result. The All India Ranks (AIR) of candidates and cut-offs will be declared accordingly.

Important Note: The officials shall make no corrections whatsoever after the declaration of the result by the NTA.

JEE Main 2023 Cut-off

Exam Answer key

The JEE Main 2023 cut-off is of two types—admission and qualifying cut-off. The qualifying cut-off for the general category will likely be around 90.3, while the cut-off for reserved categories is expected to range from 35 to 70. Aspirants who meet the qualifying cut-off should at least score the required number of marks to be eligible to compete in JEE Advanced exam.

Such aspirants will be eligible to propose their candidature for admission to IITs. JEE Apex Board (JAB) will release the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) list as a seat-intake window for each college. For the exam, aspirants must have a minimum score equal to the closing cut-off of the preferred participating institute.

JEE Main 2023 Expected Cut-off

Let us look at JEE Main Expected Cut-off for 2023:

Category MIN_PS_TOT MAX_PS_TOT
General 89.41 100
Gen-PwD 0.0075 89.37
EWS 70.11 89.40
OBC-NCL 68.00 89.40
SC 44.08 89.40
ST 27.77 89.40

JEE Main Previous Year Cut-off

Cut off

The cut-off varies from candidate to candidate as per the institution/category. Check the table below to know the previous year's cut-off scores:

JEE Main 2022 Cut-off Marks

Category MIN_PS_TOT MAX_PS_TOT
General 88.4121383 100
Gen-PwD 0.0031029 88.3784882
EWS 63.1114141 88.4037478
OBC-NCL 67.0090297 88.4081747
SC 43.0820954 88.4037478
ST 26.7771328 88.4072779

JEE Main 2021 Cut-off Marks

Category Minimum Score Maximum Score
General 87.89 100
General – Physically Handicapped 0.009 87.82
OBC-NCL 68.02 87.89
SC 46.88 87.89
ST 34.67 87.84
EWS 66.22 87.89

JEE Main 2020 Cut-off Marks

Based on the normalisation procedure, the 2020 cut-off was NTA’s percentile score and not the exact marks that a candidate has scored:

Category Cut-off for Paper 1
General 90.3765335
General – Physically Handicapped 70.2435518
OBC-NCL 72.8887969
SC 50.1760245
ST 39.0696101
PwD 0.0618524

A few statistics were found while comparing the cut-off marks of 2020 with that of 2021:

  • The 2020 cut-off percentile of the general category has increased to 90.37 from 89.
  • For the OBC category, the 2020 cut-off has decreased from 74 to 72.
  • In addition, the 2020 cut-off of the SC category has decreased from 54 to 50.
  • Similarly, the 2019 cut-off of the ST category has decreased from 44 to 39.

Candidates can take a look at the previous year’s cut-off. Also, the cut-off for 2018 is the lowest in the past seven years:

Category 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
General 90 89 74 81 100 105 115
OBC-NCL 72 74 45 49 70 70 74
SC 54 54 29 32 52 50 53
ST 39 44 24 27 48 44 47

JEE Main 2023 Admission Cut-off

Exam Result

The admission cut-off of JEE Main exam refers to the minimum scores or ranks necessary for admission to participating institutes. JoSAA will announce these cut-off scores after each round of seat allotment; therefore, the entrance cut-off varies from college to college and changes for different college courses.

Below is a comparison of the two types of JEE Main Cut-Off, their usage, and how they change:

Basis of Comparison Qualifying Cut-Off Admission Cut-Off
Released By NTA JoSAA
Releasing Portal jeemain.nta.nic.in josaa.nic.in
Institute Specific No Yes
Category Specific Yes Yes
Branch Specific No Yes
Purpose Used for JEE Advanced Qualification Used for Admission to NITs, IIITs and GFTIs

Factors Affecting JEE Main Cut-off

Numerous factors affect the cut-off of JEE Main, such as:

  • The total number of candidates who appeared for the exam
  • Exam difficulty level
  • Seat availability
  • Overall performance of the candidate

JEE Mains Percentile vs Rank

Freaquently Asked Questions

JEE Main aspirants might be curious about their percentile scores and what rank they will receive based on their percentiles. Therefore, Embibe has curated JEE Mains percentile vs rank 2023 based on past trends and NTA's JEE Main normalisation process. The table below provides the JEE Mains Percentile vs Rank for JEE Main aspirants:

Score out of 300 Rank
286- 292 19-12
280-284 42-23
268- 279 106-64
250- 267 524-108
231-249 1385-546
215-230 2798-1421
200-214 4667-2863
189-199 6664- 4830
175-188 10746-7152
160-174 16163-11018
149-159 21145-16495
132-148 32826-22238
120-131 43174-33636
110-119 54293-44115
102-109 65758-55269
95-101 76260-66999
89-94 87219-78111
79-88 109329-90144
62-87 169542-92303
41-61 326517-173239
1-40 1025009-334080

JEE Main Exam 2022 Dos and Don'ts

The preparation takes more than two years, and the last week is crucial for candidates who want to obtain a good rank in JEE Main to become eligible for JEE Advanced.

Some of the essential dos and don'ts are listed below:

Do Not Try to Learn Anything New

Candidates tend to learn new topics for JEE Mains 2023 at the last minute in an attempt to cover more before the exam begins. This is not the right approach to preparing for JEE Main 2023. Students are advised not to engage themselves in such practices right before the exam. Students are advised to not engage themselves in such practices right before the exam and create additional anxiety. 

Instead of covering more topics, they skip revising the topics they are good at, which eventually impacts their exam scores. The candidates need to revise what they have covered based on its relevance and weightage in JEE Main 2022. Candidates should also make sure that they write down all significant concepts, formulae, assertions, tricks, and so forth.

Analysing the Mock Tests

Candidates must analyse their performance in the mock tests before the exam. Candidates are advised to carefully go through their mock tests and identify the areas where they have made mistakes or attempted the answers incorrectly. Candidates should work on their weak areas and revise them before the exams.

Hours of Sleep and Study

Candidates should ensure that they get adequate rest in the days leading up to the exam. Getting at least seven hours of sleep the night before the exam is necessary to improve their mental ability and retention skills. Along with that, it also prevents the candidates from getting exhausted, which can cause severe health damage.

It is recommended that candidates take a 10-minute break after continuously studying for 50 minutes. This enables the brain to absorb more information efficiently and helps the candidates feel more energised. It also improves their ability to concentrate and helps them maintain a habit of studying consistently for JEE Main Preparation. 

Arrange the Essentials

Finally, candidates should arrive at the exam centre at least 30 minutes early on exam day so that they do not have to rush at the last minute and stress themselves out. Before leaving the house, candidates must ensure all the necessary documents like admit card, Aadhar card, etc.

Additional Suggestion

When taking the exam, candidates should tackle the questions they know and avoid making wild guesses, which can result in a negative marking. Time management is critical since there are only 180 minutes to answer 75 questions. It is recommended not to spend more than two minutes on a single question. Doing this will also save time which can be used later to solve difficult questions. 

JEE Main Previous Year Topper's List

salary structuire

Take a look at the list of JEE Main 2022 Session 1 and Session 2 toppers who scored a perfect NTA score, i.e., 100. A total of 24 candidates scored an NTA score of 100 in the B.E./B.Tech. (Paper 1) exam:

JEE Main 2022 Toppers

Candidates who topped JEE Main 2022 exam are as follows:

Sl. No. Application No. Candidate's Name State
1 220310003376 Shrenik Mohan Sakala Maharashtra
2 220310119531 Navya Rajasthan
3 220310136025 Sarthak Maheshwari Haryana
4 220310146445 Krishna Sharma Rajasthan
5 220310146926 Parth Bhardwaj Rajasthan
6 220310148283 Sneha Pareek Assam
7 220310167901 Arudeep Kumar Bihar
8 220310169764 Mrinal Garg Punjab
9 220310171727 Penikalapati Ravi Kishore Andhra Pradesh
10 220310172697 Polisetty Karthikeya Andhra Pradesh
11 220310176916 Rupesh Biyani Telangana
12 220310178049 Dheeraj Kurukunda Telangana
13 220310183262 Jasti Yashwanth V V S Telangana
14 220310185833 Busa Siva Naga Venkata Aditya Telangana
15 220310195398 Thomas Biju Cheeramvelil Kerala
16 220310283661 Aniket Chattopadhyay Telangana
17 220310299448 Boya Haren Sathvik Karnataka
18 220310349770 Menda Hima Vamsi Andhra Pradesh
19 220310375520 Kushagra Srivastava Jharkhand
20 220310404438 Koyyana Suhas Andhra Pradesh
21 220310457207 Kanishk Sharma Uttar Pradesh
22 220310496722 Mayank Motwani Rajasthan
23 220310521238 Palli Jalajakshi Andhra Pradesh
24 220310664374 Saumitra Garg Uttar Pradesh

Note: To know the score-, category, and state-wise toppers of JEE Main 2022 Paper 1, refer to the JEE Main toppers article.

JEE Main 2021 Toppers

Candidates who topped JEE Main 2021 exam are as follows:

S.No. Toppers (Rank 1) State
1 Amaiya Singhal Uttar Pradesh
2 Anshul Verma Rajasthan
3 Atharva Abhijit Tambat Maharashtra
4 Duggineni Venkata Paneesh Andhra Pradesh
5 Gaurab Das Karnataka
6 Guramrit Singh Chandigarh
7 Josyula Venkata Aditya Telangana
8 Kanchanapalli Rahul Naidu Andhra Pradesh
9 Karanam Lokesh Andhra Pradesh
10 Kavya Chopra Delhi
11 Komma Sharanya Telangana
12 Mridul Agarwal Rajasthan
13 Pal Aggarwal Uttar Pradesh
14 Pasalva Veera Siva Andhra Pradesh
15 Pulkit Goyal Punjab
16 Ruchir Bansal Delhi
17 Siddhant Mukherjee Rajasthan
18 Vaibhav Vishal Bihar

JEE Main 2023 Exam Counselling

About Exam

Aspirants should apply for JoSAA counselling for admission to NITs, IIITs, or GFTIs. JEE Main exam counselling process takes place after the exam result has been declared. Currently, there is no update on JEE Main 2023 counselling since the counselling round for 2022 is yet to take place.

JEE Mains 2023 Counselling Process

There are five steps involved in JEE Main 2023 counselling procedure:

  • Registration
  • Choice Filling
  • Locking of Choices
  • Seat Allotment/Acceptance
  • Reporting

JEE Main 2023 Participating Educational Institutions

About Exam

NTA has released the list of institutes participating in JEE Main 2023 on its official website. Candidates appearing for JEE Main need to qualify for admission to undergraduate courses, i.e., Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), offered at IITs, NITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs). Explore the list of all engineering colleges accepting JEE Main 2023 scores in India.

FAQs on JEE Main 2023

Similar Exam

Let us look at some of the frequently asked questions about JEE Main 2023:

Q.1: Can I apply for both B.Arch and B.Planning papers?

Ans: Yes, you can apply for both B.Arch and B.Planning papers. 

Q.2: Has the JEE Main 2023 exam date changed for Session 1?

Ans: Currently, there are no confirmed dates for JEE Main 2023. Soon after the official release, the exam dates will be updated here.

Q.3: What are JEE Main 2023 exam dates?

Ans: NTA will likely conduct JEE Main 2023 Session 1 in the fourth week of April 2023 and Session 2 in the fourth week of May 2023.

Q.4: What is the numerical value's marking scheme for questions answered?

Ans: Like MCQs, numerical value-based questions will fetch four marks for every correct response. Each incorrect response will have a negative marking of 1 mark.

Q.5: When will I get JEE Main 2023 admit card?

Ans: JEE Main 2023 admit card for Session 1 will be available in the second week of April 2023.

Q.6: Where can I find JEE Main practice questions?

Ans: You can solve JEE Mains questions provided by Embibe to prepare for your exam effectively. The Embibe test series is free, and candidates can take them at their convenience.

Q.7: What is the JEE Main cut-off?

Ans: The minimum mark required to qualify for the exam depends upon the JEE Main cut-off of the year. NTA publishes this cut-off once JEE Main results are published.

Q.8: What is the application fee for JEE Main 2023?

Ans: The online application fee for male candidates is Rs. 650/-, while female candidates, SC, and ST candidates have to pay Rs. 325/- only.

JEE Main Exam 2023 Dos and Don'ts

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The preparation takes more than two years, and the last week is crucial for candidates who want to obtain a good rank in JEE Main to become eligible for JEE Advanced.

Some of the essential dos and don'ts are listed below:

Do Not Try to Learn Anything New

Candidates tend to learn new topics for JEE Mains 2023 at the last minute in an attempt to cover more before the exam begins. This is not the right approach to preparing for JEE Main 2023. Students are advised not to engage themselves in such practices right before the exam. Students are advised not to engage in such practices right before the exam and create additional anxiety. 

Instead of covering more topics, they skip revising the topics they are good at, which eventually impacts their exam scores. The candidates must revise what they have covered based on its relevance and weightage in JEE Main 2023. Candidates should also ensure they write down all significant concepts, formulae, assertions, tricks, and so forth.

Analysing the Mock Tests

Candidates must analyse their performance in the mock tests before the exam. Candidates are advised to carefully go through their mock tests and identify the areas where they have made mistakes or attempted the answers incorrectly. Candidates should work on their weak areas and revise them before the exams.

Hours of Sleep and Study

Candidates should ensure they get adequate rest in the days leading up to the exam. Getting at least seven hours of sleep the night before the exam is necessary to improve their mental ability and retention skills. Along with that, it also prevents the candidates from getting exhausted, which can cause severe health damage.

It is recommended that candidates take a 10-minute break after continuously studying for 50 minutes. This enables the brain to absorb more information efficiently and helps the candidates feel more energised. It also improves their ability to concentrate and helps them maintain a habit of studying consistently for JEE Main Preparation. 

Arrange the Essentials

Finally, candidates should arrive at the exam centre at least 30 minutes early on exam day so that they do not have to rush at the last minute and stress themselves out. Before leaving the house, candidates must ensure all the necessary documents like admit card, Aadhar card, etc.

Additional Suggestion

When taking the exam, candidates should tackle the questions they know and avoid making wild guesses, which can result in a negative marking. Time management is critical since there are only 180 minutes to answer 75 questions. It is recommended not to spend more than two minutes on a single question. Doing this will also save time which can be used later to solve difficult questions. 

Similar Exams to JEE Main 2023

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There are a few exams similar to JEE Main 2023, which can also be attempted by students appearing for JEE Main, such as:

  • BITS Admission Test (BITSAT)
  • Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK)
  • Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE)
  • Manipal Entrance Test (MET)
  • Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET)
  • Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination (KIITEE)

Apart from the exams mentioned above, SRMJEEE is another popular exam. Overall, most aspiring engineers appear for more than one exam in an academic session. Students can take many other engineering entrance exams after completing Class 12 for admission to B.Tech. Engineering programmes in the academic year 2023.

What is After JEE Main 2023?

All the candidates aspiring to take admission to undergraduate programs at IITs must appear for B.E/B.Tech of JEE Main 2023. Based on the performance in the B.E/B.Tech of JEE Main, the number of top candidates, as per the requirements of JEE Advanced (including all the categories), will be eligible to appear for JEE Advanced.

Practical Knowledge/Career Goals

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Following are the details regarding future skills and career prospects that can be helpful to candidates in choosing the streams and courses after clearing the exam.

Future Skills

Different skill sets are required for each engineering discipline for different types of jobs. While some of the specific skill sets will be developed as they progress through their institutional syllabus and training, the student must investigate their alignment with their present skill set when filling out the choice of seats for the engineering discipline.

Candidates have the option of choosing either:

  • B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology)
  • B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering) 

Candidates can choose from the below-mentioned specialisations in Engineering:

  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
  • Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Ceramic Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Petrochemical Engineering
  • Polymer Engineering
  • Textile Engineering
  • Instrumentation and Control Engineering
  • Material Science and Engineering

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