The JEE Main 2023 syllabus is expected to remain the same as the previous years. If there are any changes, we will be updating them here. The JEE Main syllabus for 2023 will soon be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on their website, along with the new information brochure covering all the exam details. JEE aspirants are recommended to download the JEE Main 2023 syllabus PDF to be aware of the topics to learn.
Students can go through the expected 2023 syllabus below.
Table of Contents
The JEE Main Syllabus for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) features topics from 3 different subjects – Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Several topics that fall under the JEE Main syllabus are also covered in the NCERT Syllabus for Classes 11 and 12. Therefore, a strong understanding of the concepts covered in the NCERT textbooks for Classes 11 and 12 is of vital importance to candidates hoping to crack the JEE Main and Advanced examinations.
An overview of the syllabus for JEE Main 2023 (as prescribed by the NTA) is provided in this article. The important topics with their markwise weightage are also provided. In order to access detailed, conceptwise JEE Main 2023 syllabi for Physics, Chemistry and Maths, please follow the links tabulated below.
Detailed Syllabus for JEE Main 2023 (Conceptwise):
JEE Main 2023 Physics Syllabus 
JEE Main Paper 1 Syllabus (PCM)
Subjectwise list of all the chapters covered in the syllabus of JEE Main is provided here. The topicwise weightage of IIT JEE is highly uncertain. Therefore, the students are advised to prepare the entire syllabus without skipping. JEE Main syllabus is mapped as per Class 11 and Class 12 NCERT textbooks to ensure uniformity across the country. Have a complete overview of the entire syllabus and formulate a suitable preparation strategy accordingly.
JEE Main Physics Syllabus
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 
Physics is an interesting subject for most JEE aspirants. A good score from this section requires meticulous planning. Concepts like electricity, mechanics, and magnetism constitute around 65% of the marks distribution. All these concepts are of utmost importance.
JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus
Physical Chemistry  
Basic Concepts in Chemistry  States of Matter 
Chemical Bonding  Atomic Structure 
Solutions  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 
Basics 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 
All three sections of Chemistry are interlinked. Candidates can start with the Physical Chemistry section before moving on to the other two parts. Practise solving different types of questions like matching type, multiplechoice and assertion reason type questions to boost one’s reasoning skills.
JEE Main Maths Syllabus
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 
Topics covered in Maths are a perfect blend of simple and complex topics. Maths is easy to score if students understand the basic concepts well. Concentrate on concept building and enhancing numerical solving skills by practising often.
JEE Main Paper 1 Exam Pattern
Exam Mode: Computerbased (Online) 
Exam Duration: 3 Hours 
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics 
Total Number of Questions: 90 (30 Physics + 30 Chemistry + 30 Maths) 
Question Types: MCQs and Numerical Questions for Each Subject (PCM) 
Maximum Marks: 300 
Marking Scheme:

Exam Languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu 
Important Physics Topics for JEE Main (Markswise Weightage as per Previous Year Data)
Please note that these topics have been listed from the trends observed over the last 5 years. Also, each question carries 4 marks.
Electrostatics – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Current Electricity – 3 Questions (9.9% Weightage) 
Capacitors – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Alternating Current – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Kinetic Theory of Gases & Thermodynamics – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Simple Harmonic Motion – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Sound Waves – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Kinematics – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Work, Energy, and Power – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Laws of Motion – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Centre of Mass – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Rotational Dynamics – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Modern Physics – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Elasticity – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Wave Optics – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Error in Measurement – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Circular Motion – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Electromagnetic Waves – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Semiconductors – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Communication Systems – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Important Chemistry Topics for JEE Main (Markswise Weightage as per Previous Year Data)
Transition Elements & Coordination Compounds – 3 Questions (9.9% Weightage) 
Periodic table, s and pBlock Elements – 3 Questions (9.9% Weightage) 
Thermodynamics & the Gaseous State – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Atomic Structure – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Chemical Bonding – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Chemical and Ionic Equilibrium – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
SolidState and Surface Chemistry – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Nuclear & Environmental Chemistry – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Mole Concept – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Redox Reactions – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Electrochemistry – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Chemical Kinetics – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Solution & Colligative Properties – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
General Organic Chemistry – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Stereochemistry – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Hydrocarbon – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Alkyl Halides – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Carboxylic Acids & Their Derivatives – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Carbohydrates, Amino Acids, and Polymers – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Aromatic Compounds – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Important Maths Topics for JEE Main (Markswise Weightage as per Previous Year Data)
Quadratic Equations – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Sequences & Series – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Trigonometric Equations – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Limits – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Differentiability – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Indefinite Integration – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Definite Integration – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Differential Equations – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
The Area under the Curve – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Straight Lines – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Vectors – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
3D Geometry – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Permutations & Combinations – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Probability – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Complex Numbers – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Binominal Theorem – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Determinants – 2 Questions (6.6% Weightage) 
Tangents and Normals – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Maxima and Minima – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Statistics – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Parabola – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Ellipse – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Hyperbola – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Mathematical Reasoning – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Height & Distance – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
Sets – 1 Question (3.3% Weightage) 
JEE Main Paper 2A and 2B Syllabus (Aptitude Test B. Arch/B.Planning)
Part I  Awareness of persons, places, buildings, materials. Objects, texture related to architecture and build—environment. Visualising threedimensional objects from twodimensional drawings. Visualising different sides of threedimensional objects. Analytical reasoning mental ability (Visual, numerical and verbal). 
Part II  Threedimensional perception: Understanding and appreciation of scale and proportion of objects, building forms and elements, colour texture, harmony and contrast. Design and drawing of geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil. Transformation of forms, both 2D and 3D union, subtraction, rotation, development of surfaces and volumes, Generation of plan, elevations and 3D views of objects. Creating twodimensional and threedimensional compositions using given shapes and forms.
Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urbanscape (public space, market, festivals, street scenes, monuments, recreational spaces, etc.), landscape (river fronts, jungles, trees, plants, etc.) and rural life. 
JEE Main Paper 2A and 2B Exam Pattern
Exam Mode: Computerbased (Online) 
Exam Duration: 3 Hours 
Subjects: Mathematics, General Aptitude, & Drawing (B.Arch.) or Planning (B.Plan.) 
Total Number of Questions:
B.Arch.: 82 (30 Maths + 50 Aptitude + 2 Drawing ) B.Plan.: 105 (30 Maths + 50 Aptitude + 25 Planning) 
Question Types:

Maximum Marks: 400 
Marking Scheme:

Exam Languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu 
After going through the JEE main syllabus, students can also analyse the previous years’ JEE Main question papers and the pattern, which will be highly beneficial in designing a proper study plan.
Previous Year JEE Main Syllabus Analysis
The questions from Physics were more calculative than theoretical. Overall, the section was moderate in terms of difficulty and length. Chemistry was the easiest compared to the other two sections, with the difficulty curve quite similar to last year. The questions were more theoretical and direct, making it the quickest section to solve. The Mathematics section was considered the toughest, mainly because of its lengthiness. The overall difficulty of questions from JEE Main syllabus was between easy to moderate.
Candidates can visit the linked page to get an indepth understanding of the JEE Main paper analysis.
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Frequently Asked Questions on JEE Main Syllabus
Is the syllabus the same for JEE Main Paper 1 and Paper 2?
The JEE Main syllabus for Paper 1 is completely different from Paper 2. Paper 1 will consist of topics from Maths, Physics and Chemistry, whereas Paper 2 will consist of Maths, aptitude and a drawing test.
Will the topics be the same as the CBSE Classes 11 and 12 syllabi?
The JEE Main syllabus is similar to the CBSE Classes 11 and 12 syllabi. However, the concepts and topics discussed in JEE are of a very high level, and candidates require adept problemsolving as well as analysing skills.
Is it necessary to go through the JEE Main syllabus?
Candidates, if they want to score higher marks and stay ahead in the competition, should not ignore the syllabus. They should read the syllabus thoroughly. This will help in developing a strong preparation strategy, and candidates will also gain valuable insights into the exam pattern, important chapters and topics, weightage of marks, objective of the entire course, etc.
Will the syllabus change now that the NTA is conducting the JEE exams?
The JEE Main syllabus is still the same as the previous year. No new changes have been introduced regarding the syllabus.
How long will it take to cover the entire JEE Main syllabus?
While there is no definite answer, candidates should plan properly and create a suitable timetable to study. Candidates should start studying as early as possible. The JEE Main syllabus is quite vast, and it will require a significant amount of time to cover the whole syllabus. Start at least 1 year in advance and also dedicate time for revisions. This is crucial before the final exams.
Are there any changes in the JEE Main 2023 syllabus?
The JEE Main 2023 syllabus has not yet been published by the NTA. It is expected that the JEE Main 2023 syllabus will be the same as in 2022.