JEE Main 2023 Syllabus has been announced by the National Testing Agency (NTA), just like every year, for students to plan well ahead. The syllabus is mostly similar to that of last year, and all the changes are updated on the official website.
Candidates must be aware of the syllabus well ahead in their studies and streamline their schedules accordingly. There are minor changes in the syllabus which will not hinder your preparation if you have already started. To stay updated on such latest developments and notifications, connect with us at ALLEN.
Let us go through all the aspects related to the JEE 2023 Main Syllabus.
The JEE Main Syllabus 2023 can be downloaded in PDF format from the JEE Mains official website (https://jeemain.nta.nic.in/). The syllabus and all the other important details can also be found on the website in the Information Brochure.
The JEE Main Syllabus for Mathematics is mentioned below:
Unit  Topic 

1.  Sets, Relations, and Functions 
2.  Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations 
3.  Matrices and Determinants 
4.  Permutations and Combinations 
5.  Mathematical Induction 
6.  Binomial Theorem 
7.  Sequence and Series 
8.  Limit, Continuity and Differentiability 
9.  Integral Calculus 
10.  Differential Equations 
11.  Coordinate Geometry 
12.  3D Geometry 
13.  Vector Algebra 
14.  Statistics and Probability 
15.  Trigonometry 
16.  Mathematical Reasoning 
The JEE Main syllabus for Physics is mentioned below:
Unit  Topic 

1.  Physics and Measurement 
2.  Kinematics 
3.  Laws of Motion 
4.  Work, Energy, and Power 
5.  Rotational Motion 
6.  Gravitation 
7.  Properties of Solids and Liquids 
8.  Thermodynamics 
9.  Kinetic Theory of Gases 
10.  Oscillations and Waves 
11.  Electrostatics 
12.  Current Electricity 
13.  Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism 
14.  Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents 
15.  Electromagnetic Waves 
16.  Optics 
17.  Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation 
18.  Atoms and Nuclei 
19.  Electronic Devices 
20.  Communication System 
Vernier Calliper, Simple Pendulum, Screw Gauge, Surface Tension (Detergents effect and Capillary rise), Young’s Modulus, Metre Scale, Resistivity of Material (metre bridge), Specific heat capacity, Speed of sound (use resonance tube), Coefficient of Viscosity, Ohm’s Law, Potentiometer, Galvanometer (Half Deflection method), Parallax Method, Triangular Prism (Angle of Deviation and Incidence), Glass Slab (Refractive Index), Zener diode, Transistor, and PN junction diode.
The JEE Main Syllabus for Chemistry is mentioned below:
Unit  Topic 

1.  Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry 
2.  States of Matter 
3.  Atomic Structure 
4.  Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure 
5.  Chemical Thermodynamics 
6.  Solutions 
7.  Equilibrium 
8.  Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry 
9.  Chemical Kinetics 
10.  Surface Chemistry 
11.  Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties 
12.  General Principles & Process of Isolation of Metals 
13.  Hydrogen 
14.  S Block Elements (Alkali & Alkaline Earth Metals) 
15.  P Block Elements 
16.  D and F Block Elements 
17.  Coordination Compounds 
18.  Environmental Chemistry 
19.  Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds 
20.  Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry 
21.  Hydrocarbons 
22.  Organic Compounds Containing Halogens 
23.  Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen 
24.  Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen 
25.  Polymers 
JEE Main Syllabus for B. Arch consists of Mathematics, General Aptitude, and Drawing. The subjectwise syllabus is mentioned below:
Complex numbers and quadratic equations  Differential equations 
Matrices and determinants  Binomial theorem and its simple applications 
Sets, relations, and functions  Sequence and Series 
Mathematical induction  Vector algebra 
Permutations and combinations  Statistics and probability 
Mathematical reasoning  Trigonometry 
Limit, continuity, and differentiability  Coordinate geometry 
Integral calculus  Threedimensional geometry 
Section  Topics 

Aptitude: Part I 

Aptitude: Part II 

Sketching/Drawing of scenes & activities from your urban memory (festivals, recreational spaces, street scenes, public space, market, monuments, etc.), landscape (riverfronts. Jungle. Gardens, trees. Plants, etc.) and rural life.
The syllabus for B.Plan consists of Mathematics, General Aptitude, and Planning. The syllabus for Mathematics and General Aptitude is the same as B.Arch Planning Syllabus:
Units  Topics 

Unit 1 General Awareness  General knowledge questions and knowledge about prominent cities, development issues, government programs, etc. 
Unit 2 Social Science  The idea of Nationalism, PreModern world, 19th century global economy, colonialism, and colonial cities, Nationalism in India, industrialization, resources, and development, types of resources, agriculture, water, mineral resources, industries, national economy; Human Settlements. Population structure, social exclusion and inequality, urbanisation, rural development, colonial cities. Powersharing, democracy, federalism, political parties, The constitution of India Economic development economic sectors, globalisation, the concept of development, poverty. 
Unit 3 Thinking Skills  Comprehension (unseen passage); map reading skills, direction, area, distance, scale, etc. Critical Reasoning; Understanding of graphs, charts, and tables; Basic concepts of Quantitative Reasoning & Statistics. 
Subject  Section A  Section B  Marks  

(Marking Scheme: +4 marks for Correct answer, 1 for incorrect, and 0 marks for Unanswered) (MCQs) 
(Marking Scheme: +4 marks for Correct answer, 1 for incorrect, and 0 marks for Unanswered) (Numerical Value questions) 

Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions can be attempted  Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions can be attempted  
Physics  20  20  10  5  100 
Chemistry  20  20  10  5  100 
Maths  20  20  10  5  100 
Total  90 Question  75 Questions can be attempted  300 
Subject  Section A  Section B  Marks  

(Marking Scheme: +4 marks for Correct answer, 1 for incorrect, and 0 marks for Unanswered) Question Type: MCQs 
(Marking Scheme: +4 marks for Correct answer, 1 for incorrect, and 0 marks for Unanswered) Question Type: Numerical Value 

Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions can be attempted  Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions can be attempted  
Maths  30  20  10  5  100 
Aptitude  50  20  0  0  200 
Drawing  2  20  0  0  100 
Total  82 Question  77 Questions can be attempted  400 
Subject  Section A  Section B  Marks  

(Marking Scheme: Correct +4 , Incorrect 1, Unanswered : 0) Question Type: MCQs 
(Marking Scheme: Correct +4, Incorrect 1, Unanswered : 0) Question Type: Numerical Value 

Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions to be attempted  Number of Questions in paper  Number of questions to be attempted  
Maths  30  20  10  5  100 
Aptitude  50  20  0  0  200 
Planning Based  25  20  0  0  100 
Total  105 Question  100 Questions can be attempted  400 