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JEE Main 2019 Mock Test

NTA has released JEE Main Mock Test and lectures online on the official website. Candidates can practice  or downlo With NTA now at the helm of affairs, JEE Main will be conducted twice every year. The first session of JEE Main 2019 will be conducted from January 06 to January 20.

The organizing authority has also decided scrap the pen and paper based test. The exam will be now completely conducted in online mode. This has created a big uproar among candidates who are not familiar with the online mode. To make the transition to computer based test easy, NTA has established nearly 3000 training centers to aid students from remote areas to practice for the online based test. They simply need to register for the practice centers on the official site for access.


JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus: Download from Here

JEE Main Syllabus for Chemistry: NTA will release JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus along with the notification on the exam. The syllabus for Chemistry gives the section-wise breakup of units and topics. Chemistry syllabus is based on the syllabus of Chemistry on Class XI and XII (Science stream). JEE Main syllabus for Chemistry is divided into 3 sections – Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry.

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JEE Main 2019 will be conducted on multiple dates in April in online and offline modes. Read on to know the detailed information on JEE Main syllabus for Chemistry.

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JEE Main Chemistry Syllabus

The following table represents the Chemistry syllabus for JEE Main 2019.

Units Topics
Physical Chemistry
Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry Laws of Chemical Combination

Mole concept and Stoichiometry

States of Matter Gas Laws

Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases

Real Gas Behavior and Liquefaction of Gases

Crystal Lattice and Unit cells

Closed Packed Structures and Voids

Defects in Solids

Atomic Structure Dual Nature of Radiation

Atomic Spectra

Bohr’s Model of Hydrogen

Quantum Mechanical Model: Orbitals and Quantum Numbers

Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Ionic and Covalent Bonding and Bond Parameters

Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) Theory

Valence Bond Theory and Hybridization

Molecular Orbital Theory

Chemical Thermodynamics Enthalpy and Heat Capacity

Enthalpy Change of Various Types of Reactions

Gibb’s Energy and Spontaneity

Solutions Types and Concentration of Solutions

The vapour pressure of solutions and Raoult’s Law

Colligative Properties of Solutions

Van’t Hoff Factor

Equilibrium Law of chemical equilibrium and equilibrium constants

Factors affecting equilibrium: Le Chatelier’s Principle

Acids, Bases, and concept of pH

Hydrolysis of Salts and Buffer Solutions

Solubility and Solubility product of sparingly soluble Salts

Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry Redox reactions: Types and concept of Oxidation Number

The conductance of Electrolytic Solutions

Galvanic Cells: Features and Electrode Potentials

Electrolytic Cells and Products of Electrolysis

Chemical Kinetics Rate, Order, and Molecularity of a Reaction

Integrated rate reactions and Half –lives

Arrhenius equation

Radioactivity and Nuclear Reactions (Fission & Fusion)

Surface Chemistry Adsorption: Mechanism, Types, and Isotherms


Colloids and Emulsions: Classification and Properties

Inorganic Chemistry
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties Modem Periodic Table and Electronic Configuration of Elements

Periodic Trends in Properties of Elements

General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals Steps Involved in The Extraction of Metals from Their Ores

Thermodynamic and Electrochemical Principles of Metallurgy

Hydrogen & S-Block Elements Hydrides

Water and Hydrogen Peroxide: Structure & Properties

General Characteristics of Compounds of S-Block Elements

Anomalous Properties of the First Element

Important Compounds of S-Block Elements

P- Block Elements General Trends in Physical and Chemical Properties of Elements

General Trends in the Properties of Compounds of P-Block Elements

Important Compounds of Boron, Carbon and Silicon

Allotropes and Important Compounds of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Sulphur

Important Compounds of Halogens and their Properties

d – and f – Block Elements General Trends in Physical and Chemical Properties of the Transition Elements

Important Compounds of Transition Elements

Co-Ordination Compounds IUPAC Nomenclature and Isomerism of Co­ordination

Warner’s Theory, Valence Bond Theory and Crystal Field Theory

Environmental Chemistry Water Pollution and Control

Atmospheric pollution and Control

Organic Chemistry
Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry Structure and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

Structural and Stereoisomerism in Organic Compounds

Electronic Displacement Effects in Covalent Bonds

Hydrocarbons Structure, Physical and Chemical Properties of Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes, Benzene, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers: Structure, Physical and Chemical Properties

Aldehyde and Ketones: Physical and Chemical Properties

Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives: Structure and Chemical Properties

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen Amines and Diazonium Salts: Chemical Properties
Biomolecules & Polymers Monosaccharides: Structure, Physical and Chemical Properties

Proteins and Enzymes: Structure and Properties

Nucleic Acids: Structure and Properties

Addition and Condensation Polymerization: Mechanism and Examples

Commercial Polymers

Chemistry In Everyday Life Drugs: Classification and Therapeutic Action

Soaps and Detergents

Principles Related to Practical Chemistry Acids Bases and the Use of Indicators, Oxalic-Acid vs KMnO, Mohr’s Salt vs. KMnO

Chemical Principles Involved in the Qualitative Salt Analysis

Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Organic Compounds

Weightage of Marks

The following table represents the total weightage of marks (in percentage) of the section-wise syllabus:

Unit Weightage
Physical Chemistry 35.6%
Organic Chemistry 34.7%
Inorganic Chemistry 29.7%

Experts consider Chemistry as the most scoring section in JEE Main and following the prescribed syllabus and regular practice of mock papers can ensure high score not only in the particular section but can also raise overall score and ranking. To obtain a good score in Chemistry, go for the sample papers and mock test after completing the syllabus from NCERT text books.

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Physical Chemistry section poses a lot of numerical problems primarily from Redox Reaction, Mole Concept and their equivalences, Solid States, Gas Theory, Thermochemistry, and Thermodynamics. Knowledge of proper formulae and/or logic is essential to solving questions from these topics on time.

JEE Main Counselling & Seat Allotment 2020: Schedule & Procedure

JEE Main Counselling 2020: Only candidates securing qualifying marks in JEE Main will be eligible to participate in the counselling process. The seat allotment process will take place in June 2020. Check JEE Main 2020 Cutoff

JEE Main Counselling will commence after declaration of JEE Main 2020 result and JEE Advanced Result as well. National Testing Agency will use Normalization process and percentile score to rank the candidates for the first time.

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There are 3 counselling processes in JEE Main – JoSAA, CSAB SFTI and CSAB NEUT. Around 100 institutes participate in JEE Main counselling and admission process. Predict Your Rank with JEE Main 2020 Rank Predictor

  • JoSAA Counselling is held for JEE Main and JEE Advanced qualified candidates.
  • CSAB SFTI is the separate counselling procedure held by Central Seat Allocation Board for 17 Self-Financed Technical Institutions.
  • CSAB NEUT is conducted for supernumerary seats in North East and Union Territories.
  • CSAB Counselling will take place after the JoSAA Counselling.

Read on to know more about JEE Main Counselling 2020.

JEE Main Counselling

JEE Main Counselling 2020

Check here in the important JEE Main Counselling Dates

Event Date (tentative)
Declaration of JEE Advanced 2020 AIR by JAB 2nd week of June 2020
Availability of Class 12th marks by CBSE to JoSAA 3rd week of June 2020
Declaration of JEE Main 2020 AIRs by Joint Apex Board Last week of June 2020
Filling of Choices of academic programs in participating Institutes Last week of June 2020
Process of Reconciliation of the data ion of seats and document verification begins from Last week of June 2020
(First round)Seat allocation Last week of June 2020
(First round)Acceptance of seat 1st week of July 2020
Display of seats filled/availability status 1st week of July 2020
(Second round)Seat allocation 1st week of July 2020
(Second round)Acceptance/withdrawal of seat 1st week of July 2020
Display of seat status of filled/available seats After 2nd round seat acceptance
(Third round) Seat allocation After 2nd round seat acceptance
(Third round) Acceptance/withdrawal of seat 2-3 days after seat allotment of 3rd round
Display of seats status of filled/available seats After 3rd round seat acceptance
(Fourth round) Seat allocation After 3rd round seat acceptance
(Fourth round)Acceptance of seats 1-2 days of seat allocation of 4th round
Beginning of academic sessions 4th week of July 2020
Reporting of candidates in the campus of admitting institutes (NITs); Schedule for IITs 4th week of July 2020
Beginning of Academic session for preparatory courses at IITs 4th week of July 2020
Beginning of Academic sessions at NITs 4th week of July 2020
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JEE Main Seat Allocation Process

  • The Seat Allotment Process is purely based on the merit and the choices made by candidates in JoSAA and CSAB.
  • Once the allotted seat is rejected, candidates will not be allowed to participate in the further rounds of the counselling.
  • After the JoSAA seat allotment, CSAB counselling will take place.

JEE Main 2020 Seat Matrix

Institutes Total Number of Seats
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITs) 4023
National Institute of Technology (NITs) 17967
Government Funded Technical Institutes 4683

JEE Main 2020 Counselling Procedure

JEE Main counselling involves following steps:

  1. Online Registration: Register online by providing JEE Main Roll Number and Password.
  2. Online Choice Filling and Locking: Fill and lock the choices of college and B.Tech course in order of preference. The allotment of seats will be based on the choice preference.
  3. Seat Allotment: Based on merit ranking, availability of seats and choice preference, seats will be allotted to eligible candidates. Before the actual allotment of seats, mock seat allotment will be carried out.
  4. Payment of Fees and Seat Acceptance: Post the seat allotment, candidates will have to choose any one of the following options:
  • Freeze: Candidates who are satisfied with the allotted seat and do not wish to participate in the seat allotment process, may choose this option.
  • Float: Those who want to keep the allotted seat but wish to upgrade their seat, may choose this option.
  • Slide: Those who want to keep the allotted seat in the same institute but wish to upgrade the course.
  • Withdraw: Candidates who have allocated the seat but wish to withdraw the admission, can withdraw the seat by reporting to the institute before the last date of seat allotment.

The fees can be paid through SBI Net Banking/ e-Challan. The seat acceptance fee is INR 45,000 for all the candidates, candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ SC-PwD/ ST-PwD/ GEN-PwD/ OBC-NCL-PwD category will have to pay INR 20,000 as seat acceptance fee.

  1. Document Verification: The documents have to be verified at the help centres. The following list of documents have to be carried for the purpose of verification:
  • 3 passport size photographs (the same as uploaded during registration)
  • Provisional JoSAA seat allotment letter
  • Photo identity card
  • Proof of seat acceptance fee payment
  • JEE Main 2020 Admit Card
  • Date of birth proof
  • JEE Main 2020 Score Card
  • Class XII Mark sheet
  • Category certificate (if applicable)
  1. Final Reporting: After the verification of documents, candidates will have to report to the institute and there they have to pay the balanced fee.

JEE Main 2020 Spot Counselling

  • In case of vacant seats even after the usual rounds of JEE Main counselling, then JoSAA conducts Spot Counselling for the allocation of such seats.
  • It is not required to register separately for the spot counselling round in JEE Main.
  • Any applicant who has not been allotted any seat during the usual rounds of counselling can appear for the spot counselling process.
  • Also, candidates who did not apply earlier for the usual rounds of allotment can appear for Spot Counselling.
  • But, candidates who have missed the registration for JEE Main Counselling earlier have to register for Spot Counselling.
  • Candidates applying fresh for the JEE Main Spot Counselling will have to lock the choices and make the payment of the fee before the last date.

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)

What are the participating institutes in JEE Main 2019?

Counselling is done for admission to 31 NITs, 23 IIITs, and 23 GFTIs.

When does the counselling process begin for JEE Main?

The counselling process begins in the last week of June 2019.

Can the choice filling procedure be done during the counselling procedure?

No, The choice filling procedure has to be carried during the counselling registration and not after that. Not doing so will lead to non registration for the process.

What is the Special CSAB special round?

Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) Special round is conducted only for NITs, IIITs & GFTIs after completion of JoSAA rounds.

Is the seat acceptance Fee refunded once the candidate withdraws his/her seat?

Yes, the seat acceptance fee will be refunded after a deduction of INR 1000 as processing fee.

What is the JEE Main 2019 Fee for all the categories?

The fee for General candidates is INR 45000 whereas for the reserved categories it is INR 20,000.