JEE Main 2020: Syllabus

 JEE Main 2020: Syllabus

The complete (National Test Agency), NTA JEE Main syllabus can be checked by the students through online mode. The syllabus of the paper consists of various topics from the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, which have been studied at the 11th and 12th levels.

Paper II syllabus contains topics of Aptitude, Mathematics and Drawing section.

JEE Main 2020: Syllabus
JEE Main 2020: Syllabus

Check below detailed syllabus of JEE Main 2020

JEE Mains 2020 Paper 1 (B.E. B.Tech) for:


Physics and Measurement, Rotation speed, thermodynamics, rules of motion, oscillation and waves, electronic equipment, electromagnetic induction and alternating currents, current power, optics, electrostatics, work, energy and power, Kinematics, gravity, kinetic theory of gases, properties of solid and liquid, etc.


Set, relationship and function, matrix and determinants, sequence and series, mathematical induction, binomial theorem and its simple application, integral calculus, statistics and probability, complex numbers and quadrilateral equations, vector algebra, trigonometry, permutations and combinations, mathematical reasoning, etc.


Physical Chemistry: Some basic concepts in chemistry, atomic structure, balance, chemical thermodynamics, chemical relation and molecular structure, chemical kinetics, states of matter, etc.

Biological Chemistry: Purification and characterization of organic compounds, organic compounds containing halogen, chemistry in everyday life, some basic principles of organic chemistry, nitrogen-containing organic compounds, etc.

Inorganic Chemistry: Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, D – and F – block elements, block elements (alkaline and alkaline earth metals), hydrogen, environmental chemistry, block element group 13 to group 18 elements, etc.

JEE Mains 2020 Paper II (B. Ark/2018) B Plan) for:

Part I: Awareness of individuals, places, two-dimensional drawings, buildings, analytical reasoning mental ability (visual, numerical and verbal), visualization, visual ionization, etc. visualize three-dimensional objects.

Part II: Creating two dimensional and three dimensional compositions using the scale and proportion of objects, color textures, understanding and appreciation of building forms and elements, 2D and 3D associations, change of both forms of harmony and vice versa, given shapes and forms, subtraction, rotation, etc.

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