Joint Entrance Test, popular as JEE, is a premier engineering entrance test which is conducted by CBSE. The test is conducted in two phases, JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE Mains is the gateway to get admission in various NITs, IIITs and CFTIs. Toppers of JEE Main are selected for JEE Advanced and after clearing JEE Advanced they get admission into IITs. JEE Main Maths Syllabus described below broadly. (more…)
JEE Main is the country’s largest engineering entrance exam. It is conducted by CBSE in the 1st week of April. It is the only portal for aspirants to get into the reputed IITs, NITs and a number of good government colleges. Every year more than 10 lakh students apply for the exam out of which only 2.2 lakh move forward to JEE Advanced.
JEE Main is one of the toughest exams in India. It is the national level competitive examination for candidates seeking admissions to B.Tech programs at various NITs, NIITs, other centrally funded technical institutions and institutions funded by several participating state governments. JEE Main physics syllabus consists two section i.e. theoretical section consists 80% of syllabus and practical section consists 20% of syllabus. (more…)
JEE Main 2018 Syllabus is derived 45% from class 11 syllabus and 55 % from class 12 syllabus as prescribed by the NCERT. All the basic concepts and formulas are written in the simple and clear language in the NCERT books prescribed by CBSE. JEE Main 2018 Syllabus is divided into 3 sections JEE Main Physics, JEE Main Chemistry and JEE Main Mathematics syllabus. The syllabus changes according to that prescribed by CBSE board. (more…)