JEE Main Exam details, Eligibility, Application form, Admit card, Exam pattern, cut off

JEE Main 2023

JEE Main Exam; National testing agency which is NTA conducts JEE Main examination for admission B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Planning in Indian engineering colleges. NTA has announced the examination date. The exam of JEE Main will be on January and April

JEE Main Exam is a computer-based online exam conducted by National Testing Agency which is NTA for pursuing undergraduate courses in top engineering institutes in India. It is one of the first stages of the exam for IIT admission.

JEE Main exam will conduct two times a year means twice a year. The first session of JEE Main exam will conduct in January, and the second session will be held in April, these dates are only expected, no official announcement has been made by NTA. The entrance test will be conducted in two shifts: morning and afternoon. Aspirants must check the JEE Main eligibility criteria before applying for the JEE exam. They should also know JEE Main syllabus so that they can prepare for JEE Main.

Candidates must read the IIT JEE Main exam dates carefully and prepare the study plan accordingly. Details of JEE Main important dates and a complete schedule of all sessions will be updated on this page.

Meanwhile, this is a good opportunity for JEE Main aspirants to work hard and score well in the exam. Candidates have two attempts to appear for JEE Main exam. Additionally, they can choose which exam they want to appear for at their convenience.

JEE Main Overview

JEE Main is a standardized test conducted in various states of India. The exam is conducted at the undergraduate level to provide admission to some of the best engineering and technical institutes funded by the government or privately owned.

JEE Main is usually conducted for 3 groups of candidates:

Paper 1 is for the students aspiring to pursue BE. or B.Tech. syllabus.

Paper 2A B. For the students who want to take Arch. syllabus.

Paper 2B is for the students aspiring to pursue a B Planning course.

JEE Main will be conducted in 2 sessions, which will be in January and May.

The questions that come in NCERT are mostly JEE Main based. However, it is known for having difficult questions designed to test candidates’ understanding of concepts and analytical skills.

Important Terms and Latest Changes in JEE Main

  • The number of sessions will remain the same as JEE Main last year, ie two sessions (April and May sessions).
  • There will be negative markings for JEE Main Sections A (MCQs) and B (Numerical Value Questions).
  • Candidates need to download and install the SANDERS app on their smartphones. This will be a secondary channel for receiving notifications from NTA.
  • Slight changes have been made in the application process to enable the candidates to fill out the form easily and in short sections. During the registration process for the exam, at first only Session, 1 will appear, and candidates can opt for that only. Session 2 registration will be opened at a later stage of the JEE Main.
  • A mandatory field in the JEE Main application form to be filled in is the annual income of the family, which includes the annual gross income of the father or guardian, and the gross annual income of the parents and mother, from other sources.
  • The choice of examination cities for the test will be based on the permanent and present addresses filled in during registration.
  • During the registration process, candidates need to enter the OTP received on their registered mobile number or an e-mail address before submitting the application fee.

JEE Main Highlights

S. No ParticularsDetails
1Conducting AuthorityNational Testing Agency
2Short NameNTA
3Exam ModeComputer-based (online)
4Tentative No. of ApplicantsTo be notified
5Duration of Exam3 & 3:30 Hours
6Seats Offered~50,000
7Courses OfferedB.E./B. Tech & B. Arch/B. Planning
8Number of Sessions2
9Total Marks300
10Negative MarkingYes
11Examination CategoryUndergraduate Level Exam
12Purpose              Admissions to 23 IITs, 31 NITs, 26 IIITs, and 33 GFTIs & other engineering colleges
13Test Centres     The exam centers will be allotted as per the choice of cities of the candidates made in their online Application form.
14JEE Main Official

JEE Main Exam Schedule

NTA will conduct exams and release the exam schedule for JEE Main Exam. The official note for JEE Main has been released on JEE Main official website. However, we have provided the tentative exam dates for both sessions of JEE Main. While checking the exam schedule for JEE Main and candidates should start preparing for the exam now.

S. No PapersExamination of Duration
1Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.)
Paper 2A (B.Arch.)  
Paper 2B (B.Planning.)
03 Hours
2B.Arch. & B.Planning (both)  03 Hours 30 Minutes
Examination of DurationFirst ShiftSecond Shift
For 3 Hours Paper09.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon (IST)03.00 P.M. to 06.00 P.M. (IST)
For 3 Hours 30 Minutes Paper09.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. (IST)03.00 P.M. to 06.30 P.M. (IST)

JEE Main Registration

The exam conducting authority NTA usually opens the registration process before the final exam for JEE Main. For, registration is expected to take place in two instances. Registration for session 1 is expected to start in March and will be re-opened for session 2 at a later stage. Candidates can register for JEE Main by visiting the official website only. Students also have to pay the application fees online only. Candidates are suggested to must check all the details of academics and personnel thoroughly before submitting the JEE Main Application Form.

The tentative dates for the JEE Main are January for session 1, see the details below;

JEE Main exam date

The first thing as a JEE Main aspirant is to keep a close eye on the important dates related to JEE Main. Here is the list of the most important JEE Main which will be updated after the release of JEE Main schedule by NTA.

JEE Main Dates for 1st Session on January

Online Submission of Application Form15 December 2022 to 12 January 2023 (up to 09:00 P.M.)
Last date of successful transaction of fee through Credit/Debit Card/Net-Banking/UPI12 January 2023 (up to 11:50 P.M.)
Announcement of the City of ExaminationThe second week of January 2023
Downloading Admit Cards from the NTA websiteThird week of January 2023
Date of Examination24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 January 2023
Display of Recorded Responses and Answer KeysTo be announced later on the website
Declaration of Result on the NTA websiteTo be announced later on the website

JEE Main Dates for 2nd Session on April

Online Submission of Application Form07 February 2023 to 07 March 2023  (up to 09.00 P.M.)
Last date of successful transaction of fee through Credit/Debit Card/Net-Banking/UPI07 March 2023  (up to 11.50 P.M.)
Announcement of the City of ExaminationThird week of March 2023
Downloading Admit Cards from the NTA websiteLast week of March 2023
Date of Examination06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12 April 2023
Display of Recorded Responses and Answer KeysTo be displayed on the NTA website
Declaration of Result on the NTA websiteTo be displayed on the NTA website

JEE Main Reservation Criteria

OBC – 27%

SC – 15%

ST – 7.5%

As per the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, 5% of all seats in all colleges are reserved for Persons with Disabilities (PwD).

Telangana offers three different state quotas including the home state quota, the Andhra Pradesh state quota, and another state quota

5% of the total seats are reserved for women candidates in all the participating institutes in the seat allotment process through JEE Main 2023.

50% of seats in NITs are under the home state quota and another 50% come under another state quota.

If any home state quota seats remain vacant, they are converted into All India seats for the same category.

Click on JEE Main 2023 cut-off to know more about category-wise qualifying marks

JEE Main Exam Pattern

JEE Main exam pattern has remained consistent over the years with a few updates here and there. JEE Main 2023 Exam Pattern will be released soon by NTA on the official website. As of now, candidates can refer to the tentative exam pattern given below:

JEE Main – Paper 1 Exam Pattern

S. No ParticularsDetails
1SubjectsPhysics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
2Total Number of Questions75 (25 Physics + 25 Chemistry + 25 Maths)
3Question Types20 MCQs & 5 Numerical Questions for Each Subject (PCM)
4Maximum Marks300
5Marking Scheme    MCQ: Correct Answer = +4, Incorrect Answer = -1, Unattempted Answer = 0 Numerical Question: Correct Answer = +4, Incorrect & Unattempted Answer = 0
6No id Exam Languages13
7Exam Languages  English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu

JEE Main – Paper II & III Exam Pattern 

S. No ParticularsDetails
1SubjectsMathematics, General Aptitude, & Drawing (B.Arch.) or Planning (B.Plan.)
2Total Number of QuestionsB.Arch.: 77 (25 Maths + 50 Aptitude + 2 Drawing )B.Plan.: 100 (25 Maths + 50 Aptitude + 25 Planning)
3Question Types– 20 MCQs & 5 Numerical Questions for Maths   – 50 MCQs for Aptitude   – 25 MCQs for Planning (B.Plan. only)   – 2 Drawing Questions for Drawing (B.Arch. only).
4Maximum Marks400
5Marking Scheme    MCQ: Correct Answer = +4, Incorrect Answer = -1, Unattempted Answer = 0   – Drawing Section = 2 Questions for a Total of 100 Marks
6No Exam Languages13
7Exam Languages  English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu

JEE Main exam Eligibility

The first thing you as a JEE 2023 aspirant need to do is ensure that you fulfill all the eligibility criteria for JEE Main 2023. In this, you have to take care of aspects like educational qualification, nationality, and age. There are also several exemptions available for certain categories, so check whether you fall into those categories as well. The overview of the eligibility criteria for JEE Main exam appearing in 2023:

Educational Qualification for JEE Main exam

  • You must have passed or appeared in 10+2 or equivalent examination in 2020 or 2021. If you are appearing for your class 12 exam in 2023, you can apply for JEE Main 2023.
  • Your 10+2 subjects will depend on the paper you have opted for.
  • You need to qualify for your qualifying exam. The qualifying total for different categories is given below:
S. No ParticularsDetails
1General75% (or top 20 percentile)
2SC / ST / OBC65%
3Physically Disabled – General65%
4Physically Disabled – SC / ST / OBC65%

Nationality Criteria

  • The Exam aspirant must be a citizen of India.

Age Criteria

  • There is no upper age limit for appearing for the Exam.

Application form

After the release of the application form, candidates can visit the official websites of NTA – or – to view and fill the same. Aspirants of exams have to fill out and submit the online application form. There is no provision for offline submission of the Application Form. NTA will not accept any form which is not submitted online. After the release of the application form by NTA, you will be able to see an ‘Apply Online’ link which will take you to the application form.

Instruction for online application form step-by-step process to fill

Following are the steps you need to follow in order to fill out the Application Form:

  • To apply for the exam, visit the official website –
  • Click on ‘Apply Online’.
  • An application form page will open.
  • Fill out this application form.
  • When prompted, select New Record. You may be asked for some basic details like your name, phone number, email address, date of birth, category, nationality, educational details, and your exam center preference.
  • Once registered, you will be asked to upload scanned copies of your documents in a specified format and size. Be sure to adhere to the document specifications to avoid rejection of your application.
  • Pay tuition online or offline mode
  • Check all the information entered by students in the application form. Students may not be able to change some of their details later.
  • Submit your application form.
  • After submission, you will see a confirmation page. Take a print of the front page for reference purposes.
  • On completion of this process, you will receive a Provisional Registration Number on your registered mobile number and email address.

List of documents given below for required at the time of filling out an application form

Here is the list of documents that you will need to upload while filling out the application form:

  • Age Proof: Birth Certificate
  • Class 12 mark sheet with 75% or more aggregate marks
  • identity proof
  • citizenship certificate
  • passport size photograph
  • Signature of the candidate

You have to follow a very specific format while uploading these documents. Make sure to follow the instructions so that your application is not rejected.

JEE Main Application Fee

JEE Main 2023- Mode of Application Fee Payment

Students can pay applications for fees for JEE Main 2023 through offline mode or online mode.

  • Online mode
  • Offline mode
  • Debit Card/Net Banking/Credit Card/UPI
  • Bank challan

Application Form Correction for JEE Main 2023

It is important to note that once students have submitted their JEE Main 2023 application form, students cannot edit certain details. That is why candidates are advised to read the details entered in the application form very carefully.

The dates for the correction window will be announced by NTA, so candidates must keep a close eye on the official website for updates in this regard.

JEE Main Admit Card

JEE Main 2023 Admit Card will be issued by the officials. Students can visit jeemain.nta.nic official website. – To download the hall ticket. Candidates are first issued provisional JEE Main 2023 admit cards. The student’s form will be considered valid only if all the eligibility criteria are fulfilled. The important details about students mentioned on the admit card are:

  • Candidate’s name
  • Father’s name
  • Roll Number
  • Grade
  • Exam date
  • Exam center venue
  • Reporting time
  • Exam duration
  • Photo

As soon as you download the JEE Main admit card, you must make sure that all these details are correct. In case of any discrepancy, you should immediately contact the JEE Main helpline.

On the day of the exam, you must produce your JEE Main 2023 admit card in front of the exam coordinators and invigilators, failing which you will not be allowed to appear for the exam. Students should keep the admit card safe even after the exam, as students will need to carry it till the counseling round as well. Experts suggest that you should keep your admit card safe until you get admission to an institute.

Here are some points to note regarding JEE Main 2023 admit card:

  • You can download the admit card online mode only.
  • At the exam center, NTA does not issue duplicate admit cards.
  • Follow the guidelines for affixing postcard-size photographs on the admit card.
  • In case of any discrepancy, students can contact the official authorities at NTA.

As there are multiple security checks involved on the day of the exam, make sure to reach the venue well before the entry time. Also, note that only students with valid admit cards are allowed to enter the exam center.

JEE Main Result

The process of downloading scorecards through

JEE Main Result 2023: NTA is conducting JEE Main exam and release the date and time of JEE Main 2023 result on the official website of the exam – Candidates can download their JEE Main 2023 results through the official website by using their application number and date of birth/password. Candidates who have scored under the top 2,50,000 qualifiers will get an opportunity to apply for the JEE Advanced 2023 exam for admission in IITs, NITs, and GFTIs. The direct link to download JEE Main Result 2023 will be provided on this page as soon as it is released on the official website of NTA.

NTA JEE Main Result

 How to download the student’s scorecard?

JEE Main Result 2023 can be viewed or downloaded from the official website of NTA ( The step-by-step procedure to check and download JEE Main 2023 results is given below.

Step 1: Candidates should visit the official website:

Step 2: On the landing page, there will “JEE Main Result” link click on that link.

Step 3: Candidates will be redirected to a new page where they will be required to enter their exam session details, application number, date of birth, and security pin to log in.

Step 4: The details successful entry and your results will be displayed.

Step 5: Candidates can download their JEE Main 2023 result or take a printout for further reference.

JEE Main Syllabus

National Testing Agency (NTA) has not released JEE Main Syllabus 2023 yet. The JEE Main Syllabus given below contains detailed information about the topics to be covered for JEE Main 2023 preparation. The syllabus of JEE Main 2023 will be based on the subjects of classes 11 and 12 for Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry subjects. Read below to get more details.

The JEE Main exam will usually consist of 2 papers. Paper 1 is generally conducted for admission to BTech programs in various NITs, IITs, and GFTIs while Paper 2 is conducted for admission to BArch/BPlan programs.

JEE Main Cut-off

Qualifying marks for NITs, IITs, GFTIS, and category-wise cut-off percentile

For JEE Main 2023, the cut-off will be released after the exam is conducted as per the JEE Main 2023 schedule announced by the authorities. JEE Main cut-off is prepared by various factors that play a crucial role like the number of applicants, the number of questions, the difficulty of questions, and marks obtained by the candidates. On this page, we are providing JEE Main 2022 Cut-Off so that students can prepare for JEE Main Counseling 2023 based on their categories by taking the previous year’s views.

Types of JEE Main Cut-off

JEE cut-off marks are graded and declared by the National Testing Agency (NTA). There are two types of JEE Main cut-off, qualifying cut-off, and entrance cut-off. JEE Main qualifying cut-off is the minimum score that JEE Main candidates need to secure in order to qualify for JEE Advanced exam. JEE Main entrance cut-off is the opening and closing rank issued by the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA). JEE Main cut-offs are decided on the basis of certain parameters, which include the number of students appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the availability of the exam. On this page, students can check the previous years JEE Main Cut-Off Marks as well as JEE Main Cut-Off.

  • Factors Determining JEE Main 2023 Cut-off
  • A total number of students appeared for the JEE Main Exam 2023.
  • The difficulty level of JEE Main 2023 exam.
  • Previous years JEE Main cut-off score.
  • A total number of seats available in the colleges.

Cut-off for IIT

JEE Main 2023 cut-off for IITS will release on the official website of Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) – JoSAA will conduct 6 rounds of counseling on the basis of JEE Main cut-off 2023. Candidates can follow the step-by-step given below to check the previous year’s JEE Main cut-off details:

Select Year, Round Number, Institute Type, Institute Name, Academic Program, Seat Type/Category

Click on the submit button to view the result of the counseling round

Cut-off for GFTI

Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JosA) will release the JEE Main cut-off for GFTI 2023 on the official website of the authority – Candidates will be called for seat counseling in different rounds based on their JEE ranking. Candidates who appeared for the IIT JEE 2023 exam can check the previous year’s opening and closing rank through the official website of the authority.

Select Year, Round Number, Institute Type, Institute Name, Academic Program, Seat Type/Category

Click on the submit button to view the result of the counseling round

Cut-off for NITs

To get admission in top engineering colleges in India including IITs, NITs, and other CFTIs, students must score a minimum of 75% marks in their class 12th board exams along with JEE Main pass marks. For the reserved category, students must have a minimum of 65% marks in their class 12 along with JEE Main pass mark.

Select Year, Round Number, Institute Type, Institute Name, Academic Program, Seat Type/Category

Click on the submit button to view the result of the counseling round

JEE Main mock test

Since JEE Main exam can only be taken in computer-based online tests, the conducting authority has set up several practice centers to help engineering aspirants get familiar with the exam format.

Students can access online mock tests for JEE Main by visiting the website ( for practical exercises. Earlier, students could also visit practice centers set up by the National Testing Agency and take the test. This facility is now available this time.

Students can take their help and clear their doubts regarding the JEE Main exam. They can train themselves for the “Computer Based Test (CBT)” mode of the examination.

List of IITs, NITs, and GFTIs

List of IITs institution in India

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are central government-owned public technical institutions located throughout India. The IITs are owned by the Government of India, Ministry of Education, They are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act of 1961, which declared them to be institutes of national importance and laid down their powers, duties, and framework for governance as the country’s premier institutes in the field of technology. The Institutes of Technology Act, of 1961 currently lists 23 IITs in India. Each IIT is autonomous and linked to the others through a General Council (IIT Council), which oversees its administration. The Education Minister of India is the ex-officio chairman of the IIT Council. [5] However, the increasing population in India in recent years has increased the competition. There is huge competition in the examinations conducted for admission to IITs, JEE Main, and JEE Advanced.

IITs Institutes

S. No Name of InstitutesShort NameState
1IIT Kharagpur    IITKGP West Bengal
2IIT Bombay        IITB       Maharashtra
3IIT Madras          IITM      Tamil Nadu
4IIT Kanpur          IITK       Uttar Pradesh
5IIT Delhi               IITD       Delhi
6IIT Guwahati     IITG       Assam
7IIT Roorkee                        IITRUttarakhand
8IIT Ropar             IITRPR  Punjab
9IIT Bhubaneswar             IITBBS  Odisha
10IIT GandhinagarIITGN   Gujarat
11IIT Hyderabad   IITH       Telangana
12IIT Jodhpur        IITJ        Rajasthan
13IIT Patna             IITP       Bihar
14IIT IndoreIITI         Madhya Pradesh
15IIT MandiIITMD   Himachal Pradesh
16IIT (BHU) VaranasiIIT (BHU)             Uttar Pradesh
17IIT Palakkad       IITPKD  Kerala
18IIT Tirupati          IITTP     Andhra Pradesh
19IIT (ISM) Dhanbad          IIT (ISM)              Jharkhand
20IIT Bhilai              IITBH                    Chhattisgarh
21IIT Dharwad       IITDH                    Karnataka
22IIT Jammu          IITJMU Jammu & Kashmir
23IIT Goa IIT GOA                               Goa

List of NITs institutions in India

National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are central government-owned public technical institutions owned by the Ministry of Education, Government of India. The National Institutes of Technology, governed by the Science Education and Research Act, of 2007, declare them as institutions of national importance and sets out their powers, duties, and framework for governance. The Act lists 31 NITs.

NITs Institutions

S. No Name of InstitutesShort NameState
1NIT Allahabad                                                   MNNITUttar Pradesh
2NIT Bhopal                                                         MANIT Madhya Pradesh             
3NIT Nagpur                                                        VNIT     Maharashtra
4NIT Durgapur                                                    NITDGP               West Bengal
5NIT Hamirpur                                                    NITH                     Himachal Pradesh
6NIT Jaipur                                                           MNIT    Rajasthan
7NIT Jalandhar                                                    NITJ      Punjab
8NIT Jamshedpur                                              NITJS                    Jharkhand
9NIT Kurukshetra                                              NITKKRHaryana
10NIT Calicut          NITC     Kerala
11NIT Rourkela     NITR     Odisha 
12NIT Silchar                                                          NITS      Assam
13NIT Karnataka                                                   NITK     Karnataka
14NIT Warangal                                                    NITWl   Telangana
15NIT Surat            SVNIT                   Gujarat
16NIT TiruchirappalliNITT                      Tamil Nadu                        
17NIT Srinagar                                       NITSRI                                  Jammu and Kashmir
18NIT Patna           NITP     Bihar
19NIT Raipur                                                          NITRR                   Chhattisgarh
20NIT Agartala      NITA                     Tripura
21NIT Arunachal Pradesh                 NITAP                  Arunachal Pradesh
22NIT Delhi                                                             NITD                     Delhi     
23NIT Goa                                                                               NITG     Goa
24NIT Manipur                                                      NITMNManipur
25NIT Meghalaya                                                 NITM    Meghalaya
26NIT Mizoram     NITMZ Mizoram             
27NIT Nagaland                                    NITN                     Nagaland
28NIT Puducherry                                               NITPY                   Puducherry
29NIT Sikkim          NITSKM               Sikkim  
30NIT Uttarakhand                                             NITUK                                  Uttarakhand
31NIT AP NITANP                               Andhra Pradesh              

List of GFTIs Institution in India

Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs) is a list of 27 premier technical institutes funded by the Government of India. As per the official date, the number of seats available for the academic year 2015 was around 9,260. It follows the same academic and admission system as NITs and IIITs.

Admission process

From the academic year onwards, the Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is responsible for conducting admission to 28 government-funded technical institutes through its website.

Prior to 2016, admission is done on the basis of merit obtained in the Joint Entrance Examination – Main. 60% weightage is given to JEE-Main marks and 40% weightage is given to 12th (HSC) marks. From 2017, there is no weightage for 12th board marks.

Seat allotment is subject to merit while seat acceptance is subject to payment of Rs.35,000/- within 2-4 days for Open and OBC, and Rs.20,000 for SC and ST. Also, seat acceptance does not mean admission, a candidate offered and accepted a seat will have to report to the allotted institute in person and pay the balance fee demanded by the concerned institute.

GFTIs Institutions

S. No Name of InstitutesLocation
1Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya               Chattisgarh
2Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra       Ranchi
3Gurukul Kangri University           Haridwar
4Indian Institute of Carpet Technology    Bhadohi
5Institute of Infrastructure Technology Research and ManagementAhmedabad
6Assam University            Silchar
7J. K. Institute of Applied Physics and Technology, University of Allahabad           Allahabad
8National Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology Hatia,               Ranchi
9National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology     Aurangabad
10Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and TechnologyLongowal
11School of Engineering & Technology, Mizoram UniversityAizawl
12School of Engineering, Tezpur University             Tezpur
13School of Planning and Architecture       Bhopal
14School of Planning and Architecture       New Delhi
15School of Planning and Architecture       Vijayawada
16Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University           Katra, J & K
17National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Management   Thanjavur
18National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Management   Sonipat
19Indian Institute of Engineering Science and TechnologyShibpur
20University of Hyderabad              Hyderabad
21International Institute of Information Technology           Naya Raipur
22Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University               Srinagar
23Ghani Khan Choudhury Institute of Engineering and Technology               West Bengal
24International Institute of Information Technology           Bhubaneswar
25School of Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru University        New Delhi
26North-Eastern Hill University     Shillong
27School of Engineering and Technology, Central University of Rajasthan           Ajmer
28Punjab Engineering College        Chandigarh

Some important links

JEE Main Exam DetailsCLICK HERE
Engineering Exam DetailsCLICK HERE
JEE Main Previous Years QuestionsCLICK HERE
JEE Main Practice Test SeriesCLICK HERE

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