**JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Main** is a national level entrance exam for UG Engineering courses. This exam is the entrance to various courses like B.Tech and B.E programs offered by IITs, NITs, and CFTIs. From the year 2019, the JEE Main exam will be conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). Registrations for the April session has already begun from 8th of February 2019. JEE Main is going to be conducted in Online Mode (Computer Based Exam).

Along with being the gateway to various engineering courses, it is also a qualifying exam for JEE Advanced which is required for getting admission in 23 IITs nation-wide. JEE Main will be held for 2 papers, Paper 1 will be for B.Tech courses and Paper 2 will be for B.Arch. Generally, states like Odisha, MP, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and Nagaland use JEE Main marks for admission in B.Tech, B.E, and B.Arch courses. More information on it will be released by concerned state authorities. As per the new changes, a candidate can appear for the exam twice a year.

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## JEE Main Important Dates (2019)

A lot of time we miss important dates for events like application. So, we have mentioned all the JEE Main Important Dates like Registration Date, Application Date, Admit Card Date, Result Date, and Counselling Date. Have a look at them here:

Date | Event |
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September 1 - September 30, 2018 | Online Submission of Application Forms for Paper 1 (January Session) |

September 1 - October 1, 2018 | Date for Susscessful Final Transaction Fee (January Session) |

October 1, 2018 | Last date to upload Photograph and Signature (January Session) |

October 5, 2018 | Announcement of Alloted Date and Shift. |

October 8 - October 14 2018 | Correction of particulars in Form (Online) |

October 21, 2018 | Announcement of City of Examination for Paper 1 and Paper 2. |

17 December, 2018 | Admit Card Download |

January 6 - January 20, 2019 | JEE Main Exam (8 Slots Available) |

January 8, 2019 | Paper 2 |

January 15 - January 17, 2019 | Challenge of JEE Main official answe key. |

January 19, 2019 | JEE Main 1 Paper 1 Result Declared |

January 31, 2019 | JEE Main 1 Paper 2 Result Declared |

February 8 - March 7, 2019 | JEE Main 2 (April) Registrations Start |

February 8 - March 8, 2019 | Date for Susscessful Final Transaction Fee (April Session) |

March 11 - March 15, 2019 | Correction of particulars in Form (Online) |

March 20, 2019 | JEE Main 2 Admit Card Available |

April 7 - April 20, 2019 | JEE Main 2 Examination |

April 30, 2019 | Paper 1 Result |

May 15, 2019 | Paper 2 Result |

## JEE Main 2019 – Eligibility Criteria

In order to fill the forms for JEE Main, you must first ensure eligibility criteria of examination as prescribed by the respective authorities. We’ve listed down all the eligiblity criterias prescribed by the authorities. Have a look at them here:

**Age Criteria**: Age limit is removed by National Testing Agency.**Qualification**: Must have passed 10+2 in 2017 or 2018. Also, students who are appearing for board exams in 2019 are also eligible to apply for JEE Main 2019 examination.**Subjects to be Qualified in Qualification Examination**: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry/Biology/Biotechnology/Technical Vocational Subject, Language and any other subject**Required Marks for Admmission in IITs, NITs, IIITs and CFTIs:**Must score the minimum of 75% marks or should be in the top 20 percentile of their respective boards. For candidates belonging to SC/ST category minimum scores required is 65%.**For JEE Main Paper 2:**Candidates who are looking to get admission in architecture course must have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and also 50% marks in aggregate in the qualifying examination. Diploma holders are not eligible for this entrance examination.**Reservations**: OBC belonging to NCL will be getting 27% reservation. SC will get 15% reservation. ST will get 7.5% reservation. PwD with 40% or more disability will get 3% horizontal reservation. Reservation for the NITs, IIITs and GFTIs will be as per the central list and not as per the state of eligibility.

## JEE Main 2019 Application Process / Procedure

Application for JEE Main 2 (April Session) was released by NTA on 8th of February 2019. The last date of filling the application and completing fees payment is 8th of March 2019. Before applying for the examination, you must make sure that you fulfill all the eligibility criteria as prescribed by authorities and mentioned above. Entire procedure and other required details are mentioned on this page.

**Mode of Application**: Online and Offline

**Mode of Payment**: Net Banking, Credit Card, Debit Card, Bank Challan, Other.

**Application Fees**:

Category | Quota | Mode | Gender | Amount |
---|---|---|---|---|

General, OBC | Offline, Online | Male | ₹ 500 | |

ST, SC | Offline, Online | Male, Transgender | ₹ 250 | |

ST, General, SC, OBC | Offline, Online | Female | ₹ 250 | |

ST, General, SC, OBC | PWD | Offline, Online | Male, Female, Transgender | ₹ 250 |

You should fill form for Paper 1 or Paper 2, or you can also fill form for both the examinations.

### JEE Main 2019 Application Procedure

**Fill Authentication Form**: Before proceeding to filling registration form for JEE Main, you first have to authenticate you identity. You can do this by registering with your Aadhar Card or other documents like Passport, Ration Card, Bank Account, etc.

**Fill JEE Main Application Form**: Fill your personal, exam qualified, academic, and contact information in form.

**Upload Scanned Images and Documents**: Upload scanned images of required documents.

**Specifications of Scanned Documents:**

Image |
File Size |
Dimensions |
File Format |

Recent Photograph with name of candidate below and date on which the photograph was taken | 10KB to 200KB | 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm | JPEG/JPG |

Signature of Candidates | 4 KB to 300KB | 3.5 cm x 1.5 cm | JPEG/JPG |

**Make Fees Online**: You will have to pay the fees online or offline to appear in the examination.

**Application Fee**:

**Mode of Payment**: Online and Offline.

## JEE Main 2019 Syllabus (Paper 1 and 2)

Syllabus of JEE Main 2019 examination is given on this web page. You can have a look at them below. We’ve seperately listed syllabus of Paper 1 and Paper 2 so that you can find it easily. Have a look at syllabus here:

### JEE Main Paper 1 Syllabus

Section | Unit | Topic |
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Mathematics | Sets, Relations and Functions | Sets and their represention |

Union | ||

Intersection and complement of sets and their algebraic properties | ||

Power set | ||

Relation | ||

Types of relations | ||

Equivalence relations | ||

Functions | ||

One-one, into and onto functions | ||

Composition of functions | ||

Complex number and Quadratic Equations | Complex numbers as ordered pairs or reals | |

Representation of complex numbers in the form a+ib and their representation in a plane | ||

Argand diagram | ||

Algebra of complex numbers | ||

Modulus and argument of a complex number | ||

Square root of a complex number | ||

Triangle inequality | ||

Quadratic equation in real and complex number system and their solutions | ||

Relation between roots and co-efficients | ||

Nature of roots | ||

Formation of quadratic equations with given roots | ||

Matrices and Determinants | Matrices | |

Algebra of matrices | ||

Types of matrices | ||

Determinants and matrices of order two and three | ||

Properties of determinants | ||

Evaluation of determinants | ||

Area of triangles using determinants | ||

Adjoint and evaluation of inverse of a square matrix using determinants and elementary transformations | ||

Test of consistency and solution of simultaneous linear equations in two or three variables using determinants and matrices | ||

Permutations and Combinations | Fundamental principle of counting | |

Permutation as an arrangement and combination as selection | ||

Meaning of P (n,r) and C (n,r). simple applications | ||

Mathematical Induction | Principle of Mathematical Induction and its simple applications. | |

Binomial theorem and its simple applications | Binomial theorem for a positive integral index | |

General term and middle term | ||

Properties of Binomial coefficients and simple applications | ||

Sequences and Series | Arithmetic and Geometric progressions | |

Insertion of arithmetic, geometric means berween two given numbers | ||

Relation between A.M. and G.M. Sum upto n terms of special series Sn, Sn2, Sn3 | ||

Arithmetico-Geometric progression | ||

Limit, Continuity and Differentiability | Real | |

Valued functions | ||

Algebra of functions | ||

Polynomial functions | ||

Rational Functions | ||

Trigonometric Functions | ||

Logarithmic and expotentials functions | ||

Inverse functions | ||

Graphs of simple functions | ||

Limits, continuity and differentiability | ||

Differentiation or the sum and difference | ||

Product and quotient of two functions | ||

Difftrentiation of trigonometric | ||

Inverse trigonometric | ||

Logarithmic exponential | ||

Composite and implicit functions | ||

Derivatives of order upto two | ||

Rolle’s and Lagrange’s Mean value Theorems | ||

Applications of derivatives | ||

Rate of change of quantities | ||

Monotonic – increasing and decreasing functions | ||

Maxima and minima of functions of one variable | ||

Tangents and normals | ||

Integrals Calculus | Integral as an anti -derivative | |

Fundamental integrals involving algebraic, trigonometric , Exponential and logarithmic functions | ||

Integration by substitution, by parts and by partial fractions | ||

Integration using trigonometric identities | ||

Integral as limit or a sum | ||

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus | ||

Properties of definite integrals | ||

Evaluation of definite integrals | ||

determining areas of the regions bounded by simple curves in standard form | ||

Differential Equations | Ordinary differential equations and their order and degree | |

Formation of differential equations | ||

Solution of differential equations by the method of seperations of variables | ||

Solution of homogeneous and linear differential equations | ||

Co-ordinate Geometry | Cartesian system of rectangular co-ordinates 10 in a plane | |

Distance formula | ||

Section formula | ||

Locus and its equation | ||

Translation of axes | ||

Slope of a line | ||

Parallel and perpendicular lines | ||

Intercepts of a line on the coordinate axes | ||

Various forms of equations of a straight line | ||

Intersection of lines | ||

Angles between two lines | ||

Conditions for concurmence of three lines | ||

Distance of a point from a line | ||

Equations of internal and external bisectors of angles between two lines | ||

Coordinates of centroid | ||

Orthocentre and circumcentre or a triangle | ||

Equation of family of lines passing through the point of intersection of two lines | ||

Standard form of equation of a circle | ||

General form of the equation or a circle, its radius and centre | ||

Equation of a circle when the end points of a diameter are given | ||

Points of intersection of a line and a circle with the centre a the origin and condirion for a line to be tangent to a circle | ||

Equation of the tangent | ||

Sections of cones | ||

Equation of Conic Sections in standard forms | ||

Condition for y = mx + c to be a tangent and point (s) of tangency | ||

Three-Dimensional Geometry | Coordinates of a point in space | |

Distance between two points | ||

Section formula | ||

Direction ratios and direction cosines | ||

Angle between two intersecting lines | ||

Skew lines and the shortest distance bctween them and its equation | ||

Equations of a line and a plane in different forms | ||

Intersection of a line and a plane | ||

Coplanar lines | ||

Vector Algebra | Vectors and scalars | |

Addition of vectors | ||

Components of a vector in two dimensions and three dimensional space | ||

Scalar and vector products | ||

Scalar and vector triple product | ||

Statistics and Probability | Measures of Dispersion | |

Calculation of mean and median | ||

Mode of grouped and ungrouped data calculation of standard deviation | ||

Variance and mean deviation for grouped and ungrouped data | ||

Probability of an event | ||

Addition and multiplication theorems or probability | ||

Baye’s theorem | ||

Probability distribution of a random variate | ||

Bermoulli trials and Binomial distribution | ||

Trigonometry | Trigonometrical identities and equations | |

Trigonometrical functions | ||

Inverse trigonometrical functions and their properties | ||

Heights and Distances | ||

Mathematical Reasoning | Statements | |

Logical operations and, or, implies, implied by, if and only if | ||

Understanding ot tautology | ||

Contradiction | ||

Converse and contrapositive | ||

Physics | Physics and Measurements | Physics |

Technology and society | ||

S I units | ||

Fundamental and derived units | ||

Least count | ||

Accuracy and precision of measuring instruments | ||

Errors in measurement | ||

Dimensions of Physical quantities | ||

Dimensional analysis and its applications | ||

Kinematics | Frame of reference | |

Motion in a straight line | ||

Position-time graph | ||

Speed and velocity | ||

Uniform and non-uniform motion | ||

Average speed and instantaneous velocity Uniformly accclerated motion | ||

Velocity-time graph | ||

Position-time graphs | ||

Relations for uniformly accelerated mnotion | ||

Scalars and Vectors | ||

Vector addition and Subtraction | ||

Zero Vector | ||

Scalar and vector products | ||

Unit vector | ||

Resolution of a Vector | ||

Relative Velocity | ||

Motion in a plane | ||

Projectile Motion | ||

Uniform Circular Motion | ||

Laws of Motion | Force and Inertia | |

Newton’s First Law of motion | ||

Momentum | ||

Newton’s Second Law of motion | ||

Impulse | ||

Newton’s Third Law or motion | ||

Law of conservation of linear momnentum and its applications | ||

Equillibrium of concurrent forces | ||

Static and Kinetic friction | ||

Laws of friction | ||

Rolling friction | ||

Dynamics of uniform circular motion | ||

Centripetal force and Its applications | ||

Work, Energy and Power | Work done by a constant force and a variable force | |

Kinetic and potential energies | ||

Work energy theorem | ||

Power | ||

Potential energy of a spring | ||

Conservation of mechanical energy | ||

Conservative and nonconservative forces | ||

Elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions | ||

Rotational Motion | Centre of mass or a two-particle system | |

Centre of mass of a rigid body | ||

Basic concepts of rotational motions | ||

Moment of a force | ||

Torque | ||

Angular Momentum | ||

Conservation of angular momentum and its applications | ||

Moment of inertia | ||

Angular mnomentum | ||

Radius of gyration | ||

Values of moments of inertia for simple geometrical | ||

Objects | ||

Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems and their applications | ||

Rigid body rotation | ||

Equations of rotational motion | ||

Gravitation | The univeral law of gravitarion | |

Acceleration due to gravity and its variation with altitude and depth | ||

Keplers laws or planetary motion | ||

Gravitational potential energy | ||

Gravitational potential | ||

Escape velocity | ||

Orbital velocity of a satellite | ||

Geo-stationary satellites | ||

Properties of Solids and Liquids | Elastic behaviour | |

Stress-strain relationship | ||

Hooke’s Law | ||

Young’s modulus | ||

Bulk modulus | ||

Modulus of rigidity | ||

Pressure due to a fluid column | ||

Pascal’s law and its applications. | ||

Viscosity | ||

Stokes’ law | ||

Terminal velocity | ||

Streamline and turbulent flow | ||

Reynolds number | ||

Bernoulli’s principle and its applications | ||

Surface energy and surface tension | ||

Angle of contact | ||

Application of surface tension | ||

Drops, bubbles and capillary rise | ||

Heat | ||

Temperature | ||

Thermal expansion | ||

Specific heat capacity | ||

Calorimetry | ||

Change or state | ||

Latent heat | ||

Heat transfer-conduction | ||

Convection and radiation | ||

Newton’s law of cooling | ||

Thermodynamics | Thermal equilibrium | |

Zeroth law of thermodynamics | ||

Concept of temperature | ||

Heat, work and internal energy | ||

First law of thermodynamics | ||

Second law of thermodynamics | ||

Reversible and irreversible processes | ||

Carnot engine and its efficiency | ||

Kinetics theory of Gases | Equation of state of a perfect gas | |

Work doneon compressing a gas | ||

Kinetic theory or gases – assumptions | ||

Concept of pressure | ||

Kinetic energy and temperature | ||

Rms speed of gas molecules | ||

Degrees of freedom | ||

Law or equipartition of energy | ||

Applications to specific heat capacities or gases | ||

Mean free path | ||

Avogadro’s number | ||

Oscillations and Waves | Periodic motion | |

Period | ||

Frequency | ||

Displacement as a function of time | ||

Periodic functions | ||

Simple harmonic motion and its equation | ||

Phase | ||

Oscillations of a spring | ||

Restoring force and force constant | ||

Energy in S.H.M | ||

Kinetic and potential energies | ||

Simple pendulum | ||

Derivation or expression for its time period | ||

Free, forced and damped oscillations | ||

Resonance | ||

Wave motion | ||

Longitudinal and transverse waves | ||

Speed of a wave | ||

Displacement relation for a progressive wave | ||

Principle of superposition of waves | ||

Reflection of waves | ||

Standing waves in strings and organ pipes | ||

Fundamental mode and harmonics | ||

Beats | ||

Doppler effect in sound | ||

Electrostatics | Electric charges | |

Conservation of charge | ||

Coulomb’s law-forces between two point charges | ||

Forces between multiple charges | ||

Superposition principle and continuous charge distribution | ||

Electric fIeld | ||

Electric field due to a point charge | ||

Electric field lines | ||

Electric dipole | ||

Fiectric field due to a dipole | ||

Torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field | ||

Electric flux | ||

Gausss law and its applications to find field due to infinitely long uniformly charged straight wire | ||

Uniformly charged infinite plane sheet and uniformly charged thin spherical shell | ||

Electric potential and its calculation for a point charge | ||

Electric dipole and system or charges | ||

Equipotential surfaces | ||

Electrical potential energy of a system of two point charges in an Electrostatics field | ||

Conductors and insulators | ||

Dielectrics and electric polarization | ||

Capacitor | ||

Combination of capacitors in series and in parallel | ||

Capacitance or a parallel plate capacitor with and without dielectric medium between the plates | ||

Energy stored in a capacitator | ||

Current Electricity | Electric current | |

Drift velocity | ||

Ohm’s law | ||

Electrical resistance | ||

Resistances of different materials | ||

V-I characteristics of Ohmic and nonohmic conductors | ||

Electrical energy and power | ||

Electrical resistivity | ||

Colour code for resistors | ||

Series and parallel combinations of resistors | ||

Temperature dependence of resistance | ||

Electric Cell and its Internal resistance | ||

Potential difference and emf of a cell | ||

Combination of cells in series and in parallel | ||

Kirchhoff’s laws and their applications | ||

Wheatstone bridge | ||

Metre bridge | ||

Potentiometer and its principle and its applications | ||

Magnetic effects of current and magnetism | Biot – Savart law and its application to current carrying circular loop | |

Amperes law and its applications to infinitely long current carrying straight wire and solenoid | ||

Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric fields | ||

Cyclotron | ||

Force on a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field | ||

Force between two parallel current carrying conductors | ||

Defination of ampere | ||

Torque experienced by a current loop in uniform magnetic field | ||

Moving coil galvanometer and its current sensitivity and conversion to ammeter and voltmeter | ||

Curment loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment | ||

Bar magnet as an equivalent solenoid | ||

Magnetic field lines | ||

Earth’s magnetic field and Magnetic Elements | ||

Para-, dia- and ferro- magnetic substance | ||

Magnetic susceptibility and permeability | ||

Hysteresis | ||

Electromagnets and Permanent Magnets | ||

Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents | Electromagnetic induction | |

Faraday’s law | ||

Induced emf and current | ||

Lenz’s Law | ||

Eddy currents | ||

Self and mutual inductance | ||

Alternating currents | ||

Peak and rms value of alternating current/voltage | ||

Reactance and impedance | ||

LCR series circuit | ||

Resonance | ||

Quality factor | ||

Power in AC circuits | ||

Wattless current | ||

AC generator and transformer | ||

Optics | Reflection and refraction of light at plane and spherical surfaces | |

Mirror formula | ||

Total intemnal reflection and its applications | ||

Deviation and Dispersion of light by a prism | ||

Lens Formula | ||

Magnification | ||

Power of a Lens | ||

Combination of thin lenses in contact | ||

Microscope and Astronomical Telescope and their magnifying powers | ||

Wave optics | ||

Wavefront and Huygens’ principle | ||

Laws of reflection and refraction using Huygen’s principle | ||

Interference | ||

Young’s double slit experiment and expression for fringe width | ||

Coherent sources and sustained interference of light | ||

Diffraction due to a single slit | ||

Width of central maximum | ||

Resolving power of microscopes and astronomical telescopes | ||

Polansation | ||

Plane polarized light | ||

Brewster’s law | ||

Uses of plane polarized light and Polaroids | ||

Dual Nature of Matter and radiation | Dual nature of radiation | |

Photoelectric effect | ||

Hertz and Ienard’s observations | ||

Einstein’s photoelectric equation | ||

Particle nature of light | ||

Matter waves-wave nature of particle and Broglie relation | ||

Davisson-Germer experiment | ||

Atoms and Nuclei | Alpha-particle scatiering experiment | |

Rutherford’s model of atom | ||

Bohr model | ||

Energy levels | ||

Hydrogen spectrum | ||

Composition and size of nucleus | ||

Atomic masses | ||

Isotopes | ||

Isobars | ||

Isotones | ||

Radioactivity | ||

Alpha. beta and gamma particles/rays and their properties | ||

Radioactive decay law | ||

Mass-energy relation | ||

Mass defect | ||

Binding energy per nucleon and its variation with mass number | ||

Nuclear fission and fusion | ||

Electronic Devices | Semiconductors | |

Semiconductor diode | ||

1-V characteristics in forward and reverse bias | ||

Diode as a rectifier | ||

I-V chanactcristics or LED | ||

Photodiode | ||

Solar cell and Zener diode | ||

Zener diode as a voltage regulator | ||

Junction transistor | ||

Transistor action | ||

Characteristics or a transistor | ||

Transistor as an amplifier and oscillator | ||

Logic gates | ||

Transistor as a switch | ||

Communications System | Propagation of electromagnetic waves in the atmosphere | |

Sky and space wave propagation | ||

Need for modulation | ||

Amplitude and Frequency Modulation | ||

Bandwidth of signals | ||

Bandwidth of Transmission medium | ||

Basic Elements of a Communication System | ||

Experimental Skills | Familiarity with the basic approach and observations of the experimnents and activitics | |

Vennier callipers and its use to measure internal and external diameter and depth of a vessel | ||

Screw gauge and its use to determine thickncss/diameter of thin sheet/wire | ||

Simple Pendulum-dissipation of energy by plotting a graph between square of amplitude and time | ||

Meter Scale and mass or a given object by principle of moments | ||

Youngs modulus of elasticity of the material of a metallic wire | ||

Surface tension of water by capillary rise and effect of detergents | ||

Co-efficient or Viscosity of a given viscous liquid by measuring terminal velocity ofa given spherical body | ||

Plotting a cooling curve for the relationship between the temperature of a hot body and time | ||

Speed of sound in air at room temperature using a resonance tube | ||

Specific heat capacity of a given in solid and and liquid by method of mixtures | ||

Resistivity of the material of a given wire using metre bridge | ||

Resistance of a given wire using Ohm’s law | ||

Potentiometer | ||

Comparison or emf of two primary cells | ||

Determination of internal resistance of a cell | ||

Recitance and figure of merit of a galvanometer by half deflection method | ||

Focal length of | ||

Convex mirror | ||

Concave mirror | ||

Convex Iens using parallex method | ||

Plot of angle of deviation vs angle of incidence for a triangular prism | ||

Refractive index of a glass slab using a travelling microscope | ||

Characteristic curves of a p-n junction diode in forward and reverse bias | ||

Characteristic curves of a Zener diode and tinding reverse break down voltage | ||

Characteristic curves of a transistor and finding current gain and voltage gain | ||

Identification of Diode, LED, Transistor, IC, Resistor, Capacitor from mixed collection of such items | ||

Using multimeter to | ||

Identify base of a transistor | ||

Distinguish between npn and pnp type transistor | ||

See the undirectional flow of current in case of a diode and an LED | ||

Check the correctness or otherwise of a given electronic component | ||

Chemistry | Some Basic Concepts In Chemistry | Matter and its Nature |

Dalton’s Atomic Theory | ||

Concept of Atom, Molecule, Element and Compound | ||

Physical quantities and their Measurements in Chemistry | ||

Precision and Accuracy | ||

Significant Figures | ||

S.I Units | ||

Dimensional Analysis | ||

Laws of Chemical Combination | ||

Atomic and Molecular Masses | ||

Mole Concept | ||

Molar Mass | ||

Percentage Composition | ||

Empirical and Molecular formulae | ||

Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry | ||

States of Matter | Gaseous State | |

Measurable properties or gases | ||

Gas laws | ||

Boyle’s Iaw | ||

Charles law | ||

Graham’s law of diffusion | ||

Avogadro’s law and Dalton’s law of partial pressure | ||

Concept of Absolute scale of temperature | ||

Ideal gas equation | ||

Kinetic theory of gases | ||

Concept of average, root mean square and most probable velocities | ||

Real gases | ||

Deviation from Ideal behaviour | ||

Compressibility factor and van der Waals equation | ||

Liquid State | ||

Properties of liquids | ||

Vapour pressure | ||

Viscosity and surface tension and effect of temperature on them | ||

Solid State | ||

Classification of solids | ||

Molecular, ionic, covalent and metallic solids | ||

Elementary Idea of amorphous and crystalline solids | ||

Bragg’s Law and its applications | ||

Unit cell and lattices | ||

Packing in solids | ||

Voids | ||

Calculations involving unit cell parameters | ||

Imperfection in solids | ||

Electrical and magnetic properties | ||

Atomic Structure | Thomson and Rutherford atomic models and their Limitations | |

Nature of electromagnetic radiation | ||

Photoelectric effect | ||

Spectrum of hydrogen atom and its postulates | ||

Bohr model of hydrogen atom and its postulates | ||

Derivation of the relations for energy of the electron and radii of the different orbits | ||

Limitations of Bohr’s model | ||

Dual nature of matter | ||

de-Broglie’s relationship | ||

Heisenberg uncertainty principle | ||

Elementary ideas of quantum mechanics | ||

Quantum mechanical model of atom and its important features | ||

Concept of atomic orbitals as one electron wave functions | ||

Various quantum numbers and their significance | ||

Shapes of s, p and d orbitals | ||

Electron spin and spin quantum number | ||

Rules for filling electrons in orbitals | ||

Aufbau principle | ||

Pauli’s exclusion principle and Hund’s rule | ||

Electronic configuration of elements | ||

Extra stability of half-filled and completely filled orbitals | ||

Kossel | ||

Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure | Lewis approach to chemical bond formation | |

Concept of ionic and covalent bonds | ||

Ionic Bonding and Formation of ionic bonds | ||

Factors affecting the formation of ionic bonds | ||

Calculation of lattice enthalpy | ||

Covalent Bonding | ||

Concept of electronegativity | ||

Fajan’s rule | ||

Dipole moment | ||

Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion theory and shapes of simple molecules | ||

Quantum mechanical approach to covalent bonding | ||

Valence bond theory and Its important features | ||

Concept of hybridization involving s, p and d orbitals | ||

Resonance | ||

Molecular Orbital Theory and Its important features | ||

LCAOs | ||

Types of molecular orbitals | ||

Sigma and pi-bonds | ||

Molecular orbital electronic configurations of homonuclear diatomic molecules | ||

Concept of bond order | ||

Bond length and bond energy | ||

Elementary idea of metallic bonding | ||

Hydrogen bonding and its applications | ||

Chemical Thermodynamics | Fundamentals of Thermodynamics | |

System and surroundings | ||

Extensive and intensive properties | ||

State functions | ||

Types of processes | ||

First law or thermodynamics | ||

Concept of work, heat, internal energy and enthalpy | ||

Heat capacity and molar heat capacity | ||

Hess’s law of constant heat summation | ||

Enthalpies of bond dissociation | ||

Combustion | ||

Formation | ||

Atomization | ||

Sublimation | ||

Phase transition | ||

Hydration | ||

Ionization and solution | ||

Second law of thermodynamics | ||

Spontaneity of processes | ||

∆S of the universe and ∆G of the system as criteria for spontaneity | ||

Standard Gibbs energy change and equilibrium constant | ||

Solutions | Different methods for expressing concentration of solution | |

Molality, molarity, mole fraction, percentage, vapour pressure of solutions and Raoult’s Law | ||

Ideal and non-ideal solutions | ||

Composition of Vapour pressure | ||

Plots for ideal and non-ideal solutions | ||

Colligative properties of dilute solutions | ||

Relative lowering of vapour pressure | ||

Depression of freezing point | ||

Elevation of boiling point and osmotic pressure | ||

Determination of molecular mass using colligative properties | ||

Abnormal value of molar mass | ||

Van’t Hoff factor and its significance | ||

Equilibrium | Meaning of equilibrium | |

Concept of dynamic equilibrium | ||

Equilibria involving physical processes | ||

Solid -liquid, liquid – gas and solid – gas equilibria | ||

Henry’s law | ||

General characterics of equilibrium involving physical processes | ||

Equilibria involving chemical processes | ||

Law of chemical equilibrium | ||

Equilibrium constants and their significance | ||

Significance of ∆G and ∆G’ in chemical equilibriain chemical equilibria | ||

Factors affecting equilibrium concentration, pressure and temperature | ||

Effect of catalyst | ||

Le Chatelier’s principle | ||

Ionic equilibrium | ||

Weak and strong electrolytes | ||

Ionization of electrolytes | ||

Various concepts of acids and bases and their ionization | ||

Acid – base equilibria and ionization constants | ||

Ionization of water | ||

pH scale | ||

Common ion effect | ||

Hydrolysis of salts and pH of their solutions | ||

Solubility of sparingly soluble salts and solubility products | ||

Buffer solutions | ||

Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry | Electronic concepts of oxidation and reduction | |

Redox reactions | ||

Oxidation number | ||

Rules for assigning oxidation number | ||

Balancing of redox reactions | ||

Eectrolytic and metallic conduction | ||

Conductance in electrolytic solutions | ||

Molar conductivities and their variation with concentration | ||

Kohlrausch’s law and its applications | ||

Electrochemical cells | ||

Electrolytic and Galvanic cells | ||

Different types of electrodes | ||

Electrode potentials including standard electrode potential | ||

Half-cell and cell reactions | ||

Emf of a Galvanic cell and its measurement | ||

Nernst equation and its applications | ||

Relationship between cell potential and Gibbs’ energy change | ||

Dry cell and lead accumulator | ||

Fuel cells | ||

Chemical Kinetics | Rate of a chemical reaction | |

Factors affecting the rate of reactions | ||

Concentration, temperature, pressure and catalyst | ||

Elementary and complex reactions | ||

Order and molecularity of reactions | ||

Rate law | ||

Rate constant and its units | ||

Differential and integral forms of zero and first order reactions and their characteristics | ||

Half -lives | ||

Effect of temperature on rate of reactions | ||

Arrhenius theory | ||

Activation energy and its calculation | ||

Collision theory of bimolecular gaseous reactions | ||

Surface Chemistry | Adsorption | |

Physisorption and chemisorption and their characteritics | ||

Factors affecting adsorption of gases on solids | ||

Freundlich and Langmuir adsorption isotherms | ||

Adsorption from solutions | ||

Catalysis | ||

Homogeneous and heterogeneous | ||

Activity and selectivity of solid catalysts | ||

Enzyme catalysis and its mechanism | ||

Colloidal state | ||

Distinction among true solutions | ||

Colloids and suspensions | ||

classification of colloids | ||

Lyophilic and lyophobic | ||

Multimolecular | ||

Macromolecular and associated colloids | ||

Preparation and properties of colloids | ||

Tyndall effect | ||

Brownian movement | ||

Electrophoresis | ||

Dialysis | ||

Coagulation and flocculation | ||

Emulsions and their characteristics | ||

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties | Modern periodic law and present form of the periodic table s, p, d and f block elements | |

Periodic trends in properties of elements atomic and ionic radii | ||

Ionization enthalpy | ||

Electron gain enthalpy | ||

Valence | ||

Oxidation states and chemical reactivity | ||

General principles and process of Isolation of metals | Mode of occurrence of elements in nature | |

Minerals | ||

Ores | ||

Steps involved in the extraction or metals | ||

Concentration | ||

Reduction and refining with special reference to the extraction of Al, Cu, Zn and Fe | ||

Thermodynamic and electrochemical principles involved in the extraction of metals | ||

Hydrogen | Position of hydrogen in periodie table | |

Isotopes | ||

Preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen | ||

Physical and chemical properties of water and heavy water | ||

Structure and preparation of hydrogen peroxide | ||

Reactions and uses of hydrogen peroxide | ||

Classification of hydrides | ||

Ionic, covalent and interstitial | ||

Hydrogen as a fuel | ||

S – Block Elements – Alkali and Alkaline earth metals | General Introduction of Group 1 and 2 Elements | |

Electronic configuration and general trends in physical and chemical properties of elemenis | ||

Anomalous properties of the first element of each group | ||

Diagonal relationships | ||

Preparation und properties of some important compounds | ||

Sodium carbonate and sodium hydroxide and sodium hydrogen carbonate | ||

Industrial uses of lime, limestone Plaster or Paris and cement | ||

Biological significance of Na, K, Mg and Ca | ||

P – Block Elements | General Introduction of Group 13 to 18 Elements | |

Electronic configuration and general trends in physical and chemical properties of elements across the periods and down the groups | ||

Unique behaviour or the first element in each group | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 13 Elements | Preparation, properties and uses of boron and aluminium | |

Structure, properties and uses of borax, boric acid, dihoranc, boron irifnuoride, aluminium chloride and alums | ||

Structure, properties and uses of boric acid | ||

Structure, properties and uses of dihoranc | ||

Structure, properties and uses of boron irifnuoride | ||

Structure, properties and uses of aluminium chloride and alums | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 14 Elements | Tendency for catenation | |

Structure, properties and uses of Allotropes and oxides of carbon, silicon tetrachloride, silicates. zcolites and silicones | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 15 Elements | Properties and uses or nitrogen and phosphorus | |

Allotrophic forms of phosphorus | ||

Preparation, properties, structure and uses of ammonia, nitric acid, phosphine and phosphorus halides | ||

Structures of oxides and oxoacids of nitrogen and phosphorus | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 16 Elements | Preparation, properties, structures and uses of ozone | |

Allotropic forms or sulphur | ||

Preparation, properties, structures and uses of sulphuric acid | ||

Structures of oxoacids of Sulphur | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 17 Elements | Preparation, properties and uses of hydrochloric acid | |

Trends in lhe acidic nature of hydrogen halides | ||

Structures or lntcrhalogen compounds and oxides and oxoacids of halogens | ||

P – Block Elements – Group 18 Elements | Occurrence and uses of noble gases | |

Structures of fluorides and oxides of xenon | ||

d and f – Block Elements | Transition Elements | |

General introduction | ||

Electronic configuration | ||

Occurrence and characteristics | ||

General trends in properties of the first row transition elements | ||

Physical properties | ||

Ionization enthalpy | ||

Oxidation states | ||

Atomic radii | ||

Colour and catalytic behaviour | ||

Magnetic properties | ||

Complex formation | ||

Interstitial compounds | ||

Alloy formation | ||

Preparation, properties and uses of K, Cr, O, and KMnO4 | ||

Inner Transition Elcments | ||

Electronic configuration of Lanthanoids | ||

Oxidation states and lanthanoid contraction | ||

Electronic configuration and oxidation states of Actinoids | ||

Co-ordinations Compound | Introduction to co-ordination compounds | |

Werner’s theory | ||

Ligands | ||

Co-ordination number | ||

Denticity | ||

Chelation | ||

IUPAC nomenclature of mononuclear co-ordination compounds | ||

Isomerism | ||

Bonding | ||

Valence bond approach and basic ideas of Crystal field theory | ||

Colour and magnetic properties | ||

Importance of co-ordination compounds | ||

Environmental Chemistry | Enviromental pollution | |

Atmospheric, waler and soil | ||

Atmospheric pollution | ||

Tropospheric and Stratospheric | ||

Tropospheric pollutunts | ||

Oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulphur, hydrocarbons and their sources | ||

Harmful effects and prevention | ||

Green house effect and Global warming | ||

Acid rain | ||

Particulate pollutants | ||

Smoke, dust, smog. fumes, mist and their sources | ||

Stratospheric pollution | ||

Formation and breakdown of ozone | ||

Depletion or ozone layer and its mechanism and effects | ||

Water Pollution | ||

Major pollutants such as pathogens, organic wastes and chemical pollutants and their harmful effects and prevention | ||

Soil pollution | ||

Major pollutants such as Pesticides their harmful effects and prevention | ||

Strategies to control enviromental pollution | ||

Purification and Characteristics of Organic Compounds | Purification | |

Crystallization | ||

Sublimation | ||

Distillation | ||

Differential extract ion and chromatography | ||

Principles and their applications | ||

Qualitative analysis | ||

Detection of Nitrogen, Sulphur, Phosphorus and Halogens | ||

Quantitative analysis | ||

Estimation of Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Halogens, Sulphur and Phosphonus | ||

Calculations or empirical formulae and molecular formulae | ||

Numerical problems in organic quantitative analysis | ||

Some Basic Priniples of Organic Chemistry | Tetravalency of carbon | |

Shapes of simple molecules | ||

Hybridization of S and P | ||

Classification of organic compounds based on functional groups and those containing halogens, oxygen, nitrogen and sulphur | ||

Homologous series | ||

Isomerism | ||

Structural and stereoisomerism | ||

Nomenclature of Trivial and IUPAC | ||

Covalent bond fission | ||

Homolytic and heterolytic | ||

Free radicals | ||

Carbocations and carbanions | ||

Stability of carbocations and free radicals, electrophiles and nucleophiles | ||

Electronic displacement in a covalent bond | ||

Inductive effect | ||

Electromeric effect | ||

Resonance and hyperconjugation | ||

Common types of organic reactions | ||

Substitution, addition, elimination and rearrangement | ||

Hydrocarbons | Classification | |

Isomerism | ||

IUPAC nomenclature | ||

General methods of preparation, properties and reactions | ||

Alkanes | ||

Conformations | ||

Sawhorse and Newman projections | ||

Mechanism of halogenation of alkanes | ||

Alkenes | ||

Geometrical isomerism | ||

Mechanism of electrophilic addition | ||

Addition of hydrogen, halogens,water, hydrogen halides | ||

Ozonolysis and polymerization | ||

Alkynes | ||

Acidic character | ||

Addition of hydrogen. halogens. water and hydrogen halides | ||

Polymerization | ||

Aromatic hydrocarbons | ||

Nomenclature | ||

Benzene | ||

Structure and aromaticity | ||

Mechanism of electrophilic substitution | ||

Halogenation | ||

Nitration | ||

Friedel-Craft’s alkylation and acylation | ||

Directive influence of functional group in mono-substituted benzene | ||

Organic Compounds Containing Halogens | General methods of preparation, properties and reactions | |

Nature of C-X bond | ||

Mechanisms of substitution reactions | ||

Uses | ||

Environmental effects of chloroform | ||

Iodoform freons and DDT | ||

Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen | General Methods of Preparation, Properties, Reactions and Uses | |

Alcohols | ||

Identification of primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols | ||

Mechanism of dehydration | ||

Phenols | ||

Acidic nature | ||

Electrophilic substitution reactions | ||

Halogenation, nitration and suiphonation | ||

Reimer-Tiemann reaction | ||

Ethers | ||

Structure | ||

Aldehyde and Ketones | ||

Nature of carbonyl group | ||

Nucleophilic addition to >C=O group | ||

Relative reactivities of aldehydes and ketones | ||

Important reactions such as – Nucleophilic addition reactions | ||

Grignard reagent | ||

Oxidation | ||

Reduction | ||

Acidity of α-hydrogen | ||

Aldol condensation | ||

Cannizzaro reaction | ||

Haloform reaction | ||

Chemical tests to distinguish between aldehydes and Ketones | ||

Carboxylic Acids | ||

Acidic strength and factors affecting it | ||

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen | General methods of preparation, properties, reactions and uses. | |

Amines | ||

Nomenclature | ||

Classification | ||

Structure | ||

Basic character and identitication of primary, secondary and tertiary amines and their basic character | ||

Diazonium Salts | ||

Importance in synthetic organic chemistry | ||

Polymers | General introduction and classification of polymers | |

General methods of polymerization, addition and condensation | ||

Copolymerization | ||

Natural and synthetic rubber and vulcanization | ||

Some important polymers with emphasis on their monomers and uses | ||

Polythene, nylon, polyester and bakelite | ||

Biomolecules | General introduction and importance or biomolecules | |

Classification of Carbohydrates | ||

Aldoses and ketoses | ||

Monosaccharides and constituent monosaccharides of oligosacchorides | ||

Proteins | ||

Elementary Idea of α-amino acids, peptide bond, polypeptides | ||

Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure of Proteins | ||

Denaturation of proteins and enzymes | ||

Classification and functions of Vitamins | ||

Nucleic Acid | ||

Chemical constitution of DNA and RNA | ||

Biological functions of nucleic acids | ||

Chemistry in Everyday life | Chemicals in medicines | |

Chemicals in food | ||

Cleansing agents | ||

Principles related to pratical chemistry | Detection of extra eIements in organic compounds | |

Detection of the following functional groups | ||

Alcoholic and phenolic | ||

Aldehyde and ketone | ||

Carboxyl and amino groups in organic compound | ||

Chemiiry involved in the preraration or the following | ||

Inorganic compounds | ||

Mohrs salt | ||

Potash Alum | ||

Organic compounds | ||

Acetanilide | ||

Pnitroacetanilide | ||

Aniline yellow | ||

Iodoform | ||

Chemistry involved in the titrmetric exercise | ||

Acids, bases and the use of indicators | ||

Oxalic-acid vs | ||

Mohr’s salt vs KMnO4 | ||

Chemical principles involved in the qualitative salt analysis | ||

Cations | ||

Anions | ||

Chemical principles involved in the following experiments | ||

Enthalpy of solution of cuSO4 | ||

Eathalpy or neutralization of strong acid and strong base | ||

Preparation of Lyophilic and Lyophobic sols | ||

Kinetic study or reaction of iodide with hydrogen peroxide at room temperature |

### JEE Main Paper 2 Syllabus

Section | Unit | Topic |
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Drawing | Awareness of person, place, building and materials | Objects |

Texture related to Architecture and build-environment | ||

Visualising three dimensional objccts from two dimnensional drawings | ||

Visualising different sides or three dimensional objects | ||

Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability | ||

Three-Dimensional | Perception | |

Understanding and appreaciation of scale and proportion of objects | ||

Building formns and elements | ||

Colour texture, harmony and contrast | ||

Design and drawing or geometrical or abstract shapes and patterns in pencil | ||

Transformution of forms both 2 D and 3D union | ||

Substraction, rotation and development or surfaces and volunes | ||

Generation of Plan | ||

Elevations and 3 D views of objsts | ||

Creating two dimensional and three dimensional compositions using given shapes and forms | ||

Sketching of scenes and activitics from memory or urbanscape | ||

Landscape and Rural life |

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