The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main is conducted to short list candidates seeking admission to undergraduate engineering programmes at NITs, IIITs, other centrally funded technical institutions, institutions funded by participating state governments, and several other Institutions.
The offline exam is scheduled for April 3 and the online exam will be held on April 9 and 10.
The syllabus of class 11th & 12th contributes to about 45 per cent and 55 per cent of IIT-JEE question paper respectively. Given below is a list of a few important topics based on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics:
Mathematics: Quadratic Equations & Expressions, Complex Numbers, Probability, Vectors, Matrices in Algebra; Circle, Parabola, Hyperbola in Coordinate Geometry; Functions, Limits, Continuity and Differentiability, Application of Derivatives, Definite Integral in Calculus.
Tip: Candidates are advised to do as much as quality problems as possible to develop a sound confidence level.
Physics: Kinematics, Gravitation, Fluids, Heat & Thermodynamics, Waves & Sound, Capacitors & Electrostatics, Magnetics, Electromagnetic Induction, Optics & Modern Physics.
Tip: Practicing quality problems is the key to success in this subject. If concepts are clear, then this subject becomes more interesting.
Chemistry: Coordination Chemistry & Chemical Bonding in Inorganic Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Chemical & Ionic Equilibrium, Mole Concept in Physical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.
Tip: Just go through the periodics in general and read NCERT for Inorganic Chemistry. For Organic part, first build up your all basic concepts and then start practicing. For Physical part, practice as many numericals as you can.
Students are recommended to avoid selective study in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The reason being the number of questions is more in the objective paper where the questions come from a combination of concepts from several topics.