JEE Main syllabus for 2023 will most probably remain the same as the previous years. If there are any modifications, we will be updating them here. JEE Main syllabus for 2023 has been released by the NTA on their website, along with the new information brochure covering all the exam details. Students can go through the 2023 syllabus below.
The JEE Main Syllabus for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) features topics from 3 different subjects – physics, chemistry, and mathematics. Several topics that fall under the JEE Main syllabus are also shielded in the NCERT Syllabus for Class 11 and 12. Therefore, a strong understanding of the concepts covered in the NCERT textbooks for classes 11 and 12 is of vital importance to candidates hoping to crack the JEE Main & Advanced examinations.
An overview of the syllabus for JEE Main 2023 (as prescribed by the NTA) is provided in this article. The important topics with their markwise weightage are also provided. In order to access detailed, conceptwise JEE Main 2023 syllabi for Physics, Chemistry and Maths, please follow the links tabulated below.
Physics and Measurement  Thermodynamics 
Kinematics  Rotational Motion 
Gravitation  Work and Energy 
Power  Properties of Solids and Liquids 
Laws of Motion  Electronic Devices 
Oscillations  Waves 
Current Electricity  Electromagnetic Waves 
Communication Systems  Electromagnetic Induction 
Magnetism  Alternating Currents 
Magnetic Effects of Current  Kinetic Theory of Gases 
Dual Nature of Matter  Radiation 
Atoms  Nuclei 
Optics  Electrostatics 
Physical Chemistry  
Basic concepts in Chemistry  States of Matter 
Chemical bonding  Atomic Structure 
Solutions  Solutions 
Redox Reactions  Chemical Thermodynamics 
Equilibrium  Electrochemistry 
Surface Chemistry  Chemical Kinetics 
Organic Chemistry  
Polymers  Principles of Practical Chemistry 
Organic Compounds – Characterisation and Purification  Oxygen, Halogens, and Nitrogen Organic Compounds 
Hydrocarbons  Biomolecules 
Basics of Organic Chemistry  Chemistry in everyday life 
Inorganic Chemistry  
Hydrogen  Classification of Elements 
Periodicity  Alkali metals 
Group 13 to Group 18 Elements  Alkaline earth metals 
D and f block elements  Coordination compounds 
Environmental chemistry  Isolation of metals 
Sets, Relations, and Functions  Complex Numbers 
Determinant  Quadratic Equations 
Matrices  Permutations Combinations 
Mathematical Induction  Sequence Series 
Binomial Theorem  Limits and Continuity 
Differentiability  Statistics 
Differential Equations  Integral Calculus 
Trigonometry  Vector Algebra 
Coordinate Geometry  Mathematical Reasoning 
3D Geometry  Probability 
Exam Mode: ComputerBased (Online) 
Exam Duration: 3 Hours 
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics 
Total Number of Questions: 90 (30 Physics + 30 Chemistry + 30 Maths) 
Question Types: MCQs & Numerical Questions for Each Subject (PCM) 
Maximum Marks: 300 
Marking Scheme:

Exam Languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telegu and Urdu. 