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Joint Entrance Examination (Main) 2022

JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (MAIN) 2022
Conducted by
The Department of Higher Education,
Ministry of Human Resource Development (now known as Ministry of Education),
Government of India

The Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main) comprises two papers. Paper 1 is conducted for admission to Undergraduate Engineering Programs (B.E/B.Tech.) at NITs, IIITs, other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs), Institutions/Universities funded/recognized by participating State Governments. JEE (Main) is also an eligibility test for JEE (Advanced), which is conducted for admission to IITs. Paper 2 is conducted for admission to B. Arch and B.Planning courses in the Country. From the year 2021, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow and Madan Mohan Malviya University of Technology, Gorakhpur will be using the score sheet of JEE (Main) for admission to the B.Tech./M.Tech. (Integrated)/B.Arch. Courses in its affiliated colleges across the State.
  • JEE (Main) - 2022 Session 1 for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.) will be held from 16 to 21 April 2022 followed by Session 2 from 24 to 29 May 2022. This is being done to ensure that the JEE (Main) - 2022 does not interfere with the Board examinations, which may be held at different times across the States/UTs. Paper 2A and Paper 2B (B.Arch and B.Planning) will also be held twice a year (April and May 2022).
  • It has been decided to provide choices in one section of each subject of Paper 1 and Part-I of Paper 2A and 2B to cater to the decision of different Boards across the country regarding the reduction of the syllabus. However, the total number of questions to be attempted will remain the same (Physics 25, Chemistry 25, and Mathematics 25), wherever applicable.

    + Important Dates

    Events Dates
    (a) Session-1 (April): JEE (Main)-2022:
    Online Submission of Application Form 01.03.2022 to 31.03.2022 up to 05.00 P.M.
    Last date for successful transaction of prescribed application Fee 31.03.2022 up to 11.30 P.M.
    Announcement of the City of Examination First week of April 2022
    Downloading of Admit Cards from NTA website Second week of April 2022
    Dates of Examination 16.04.2022 to 21.04.2022
    Display of Question Paper attempted by the Candidate and Answer Keys for inviting challenges To be displayed on the NTA website
    Declaration of Result To be displayed on the NTA website
    (b) Session-2 (May): JEE (Main)-2022:
    Online Submission of Application Form 08.04.2022 to 03.05.2022 up to 05.00 P.M.
    Last date for successful transaction of prescribed application Fee 03.05.2022 up to 11.30 P.M.
    Announcement of the City of Examination Second week of May 2022
    Downloading of Admit Cards from NTA website Third week of May 2022
    Dates of Examination 24.05.2022 to 29.05.2022
    Display of Question Paper attempted by the Candidate and Answer Keys for inviting challenges To be displayed on the NTA website
    Declaration of Result To be displayed on the NTA website
    (c) Duration of Examination for each Session: JEE (Main)-2022:
    Paper-1 (B.E./B.Tech.)
    or
    Paper-2A (B.Arch)
    or
    Paper-2B (B.Planning)
    3 Hours
    B.Arch & B.Planning (both) 3 Hours 30 Minutes
    (d) Timing of Examination for each Session: JEE (Main) - 2022 :
    Duration of Examination First Shift Second Shift
    For 3 Hours Paper 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 Noon (IST) 03.00 p.m. to 06.00 p.m. (IST)
    For 3 Hours 30 Minutes Paper 09.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. (IST) 03.00 p.m. to 06.30 p.m. (IST)

    + Examination Scheme

    • Mode of Examination:
      JEE (Main) - 2022 will be conducted in the following modes:
      • Paper 1 (B.E./B. Tech.) in "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only.
      • Paper 2A (B.Arch): Mathematics (Part-I) and Aptitude Test (Part-II) in "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only and Drawing Test (Part-III) in pen and paper (offline) mode, to be attempted on drawing sheet of A4 size.
      • Paper 2B (B.Planning): Mathematics (Part-I), Aptitude Test (Part-II), and Planning Based Questions (Part-III) in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only.
    • Choice of Medium of Question Papers:
      Medium of the Question Papers: Drawing from the National Education Policy (NEP), the JEE (Main) - 2022 will be conducted in English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.
      Sl. No. Language Examination Centres
      1. English All Examination Centres
      2. English and Hindi All Examination Centres in India
      3. English and Assamese Examination Centres in Assam
      4. English and Bengali Examination Centres in West Bengal, Tripura, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands
      5. English and Gujarati Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman & Diu, Dadra & Nagar Haveli
      6. English and Kannada Examination Centres in Karnataka
      7. English and Malayalam Examination Centres in Kerala and Lakshadweep
      8. English and Marathi Examination Centres in Maharashtra
      9. English and Odia Examination Centres in Odisha
      10. English and Punjabi Examination Centres in Punjab, Chandigarh, and Delhi/New Delhi (including Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurugram, Meerut, Noida/Greater Noida)
      11. English and Tamil Examination Centres in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands
      12. English and Telugu Examination Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
      13. English and Urdu All Examination Centres in India
      The option of language for Question Paper should be exercised while filling up the Application Form online and it cannot be changed at a later stage.

      Please note that for the correctness of the questions in all the question papers, the English version will be taken as final.
    • Scheme of Examination:
      Subject combinations for each paper, type of questions in each paper, and mode of examination is given in the table below:
      Paper Subjects Type of Questions Mode of Examination
      Paper 1:
      B.E./B.Tech.
      Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Questions for which answer is a numerical value, with equal weightage to Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only
      Paper 2A:
      B.Arch
      Part-I:
      Mathematics
      Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Questions for which answer is a numerical value "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only
      Part-II:
      Aptitude Test
      Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
      Part-III:
      Drawing Test
      Questions to test drawing aptitude "Pen and Paper Based" (offline) mode to be attempted on a Drawing sheet of A4 size.
      Paper 2B:
      B.Planning
      Part-I:
      Mathematics
      Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and Questions for which answer is a numerical value "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only
      Part-II:
      Aptitude Test
      Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
      Part-III:
      Planning Based Questions
      Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
    • Pattern of Examination:
      Paper1: B.E./ B. Tech. in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode:
      1.
      Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject Section-A Section-B Marks
      Mathematics 20* 10* 100
      Physics 20* 10* 100
      Chemistry 20* 10* 100
      Total 90 300
      *Each Subject will have two sections. Section A will be of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs) and Section B will contain Questions whose answers are to be filled in as a numerical value. In Section B, candidates have to attempt any 05 (five) questions out of 10. There will be negative marking for both Section A and Section B. For each question in Section B, enter the correct integer value of the answer using the mouse and the on-screen virtual numeric keypad in the place designated to enter the answer. For Section B, the answer should be rounded off to the nearest Integer.
      2. Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the Most Appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
      3. Marking Scheme for questions for which the answer is a Numerical value Correct Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
      4. Method of determining
      merit
      Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and the conversion of the total into NTA scores.
      Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA scores of all shifts of all days.
      5. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in Paper-1:
      B.E./B.Tech. will be resolved in the following manner in descending order:
      • NTA score in Mathematics, followed by
      • NTA score in Physics, followed by
      • NTA score in Chemistry, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in all the subjects in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Mathematics in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Physics in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Chemistry in the Test followed by
      • Older in Age followed by
      • Application Number in ascending order
      Paper 2A (B. Arch): Mathematics (Part-I) and Aptitude Test (Part-II) in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only and Drawing Test (Part-III) in Pen and Paper Based (offline) mode, to be attempted on drawing sheet of A4 size.
      1.
      Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject Number of Questions Marks
      Part I: Mathematics 20* (Section A)
      and
      10* (Section B)
      100
      Part II: Aptitude Test 50 200
      Part III: Drawing Test 02 100
      Total 82 400
      *20 questions will be MCQs and 05 (five) questions will have answers to be filled as a numerical value out of 10. There will be negative marking for both Section A and Section B. For each question in Section B, enter the correct integer value of the answer using the mouse and the onscreen virtual numeric keypad in the place designated to enter the answer. The answer should be rounded off to the nearest Integer.
      2. Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered /Marked for Review No mark (0)
      3. (a) Marking Scheme for questions for whichanswer is a Numerical value Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
      (b) Marking Scheme for Drawing Test (Part III) Two questions are to be evaluated out of 100 marks.
      4. Method of determining
      merit
      Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Drawing Test, and Total into NTA Scores.
      Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA Scores of both shifts of all days.
      5. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in Paper 2A:
      B. Arch will be resolved in the following manner:
      • NTA score in Mathematics, followed by
      • NTA score in Aptitude Test, followed by
      • NTA score in Drawing Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in all the subjects in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Mathematics (Part-I) in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Aptitude Test (Part-II) in the Test followed by
      • Older in Age followed by
      • Application Number in ascending order
      Paper 2B (B. Planning) Part-I: Mathematics, Part-II: Aptitude Test, and Part-III: Planning Based
      Questions in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only
      1.
      Subject wise distribution of Questions, Total Number of Questions and Marks Subject Number of Questions Marks
      Part I: Mathematics 20* (Section A)
      and
      10* (Section B)
      100
      Part II: Aptitude Test 50 200
      Part III: Planning 25 100
      Total 105 400
      *20 questions will be MCQs and 05 (five) questions will have answers to be filled as a numerical value out of 10. There will be negative marking for both Section A and Section B. For each question in Section B, enter the correct integer value of the answer using the mouse and the onscreen virtual numeric keypad in the place designated to enter the answer. The answer should be rounded off to the nearest Integer.
      2. Marking Scheme for MCQs Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer/Multiple Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered /Marked for Review No mark (0)
      3. Marking Scheme for questions for which answer is a Numerical value Correct Answer or the most appropriate Answer Four marks (+4)
      Incorrect Answer Minus one mark (-1)
      Unanswered / Marked for Review No mark (0)
      4. Method of determining merit Conversion of the raw score in Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Planning Based Test, and Total into NTA Scores.
      Overall merit shall be prepared by merging NTA Scores of all shifts of all days.
      5. Method of resolving ties Tie between candidates obtaining equal Total NTA scores in B:
      Planning will be resolved in the following manner:
      • NTA score in Mathematics, followed by
      • NTA score in Aptitude Test, followed by
      • NTA score in Planning Based Questions, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in all the subjects in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Mathematics (Part-I) in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Aptitude Test (Part-II) in the Test, followed by
      • Candidate with less proportion of a number of attempted incorrect answers and correct answers in Planning Based Questions (Part- III) in the Test followed by
      • Older in Age followed by
      • Application Number in ascending order
      Important Note:
      • For Multiple Choice Questions: To answer a question, the candidates need to choose one option corresponding to the correct answer or the most appropriate answer. However, if any anomaly or discrepancy is found after the process of challenges of the key verification, it shall be addressed in the following manner:
        • Correct answer or the most appropriate answer: Four marks (+4).
        • Any incorrect option marked will be given minus one mark (-1).
        • Unanswered/Marked for Review will be given no mark (0).
        • If more than one option is found to be correct then Four marks (+4) will be awarded to only those who have marked any of the correct options.
        • If all options are found to be correct then Four marks (+4) will be awarded to all those who have attempted the question.
        • If none of the options is found correct or a Question is found to be wrong or a Question is dropped then percent equivalence is to be established on the remaining questions whether attempted or not attempted.
      • For Numerical Value Questions: There will be no negative marking for Section B. However, if any anomaly or discrepancy is found after the process of challenges of the key verification, it shall be addressed in the following manner:
        • Correct Answer: Four marks (+4).
        • Incorrect Answer: Minus one mark (-1).
        • Unanswered/Marked for Review: No mark (0).
        • If a question is found to be incorrect or the Question is dropped then Four marks (+4) will be awarded to all those who have attempted the question. The reason could be due to human error or technical error.
        • Candidates are advised to do the calculations with the constants given (if any) in the questions. The answer should be rounded off to the nearest Integer.
    • Duration of Test:
      The total time duration for Paper 1 (B.E. /B.Tech.) is given in the table below:
      Paper Subjects Total Time Duration
      For Non-PwD Candidates *For PwD Candidates
      Paper 1
      (B.E./B.Tech.)
      Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics 3 hours 4 hours
      *Note: - Compensatory time for PwD Candidates of 20 minutes for one-hour examination

      Total time duration for Paper 2A (B. Arch), Paper 2B (B.Planning), and Paper 2A (B. Arch) & Paper 2B (B.Planning) both are given in the table below:
      Paper Subjects Total Time Duration
      For Non-PwD Candidates *For PwD Candidates
      Paper 2A
      (B.Arch) Only
      Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawing Test 3 hours 4 hours
      Paper 2B (B.Planning) Only Mathematics, Aptitude Test, and Planning Based Questions 3 hours 4 hours
      Paper 2A (B.Arch) and Paper 2B (B.Planning) both Mathematics, Aptitude Test, Drawing Test, and Planning Based Questions 3 hours 30 minutes 4 hours 10 minutes
      *Note: Compensatory time for PwD Candidates of 20 minutes for one-hour examination
    • Syllabus of Examination:
      The details of the syllabus are given on the website: https://jeemain.nta.nic.in.

      Moreover, to cater to the decision of different Boards across the country regarding the reduction in the syllabus, the NTA has decided to provide choice in one Section of each Subject of Paper 1 and Part I of Paper 2A and 2B. However, the total number of questions to be attempted will remain the same (Physics -25, Chemistry 25, and Mathematics 25), wherever applicable.

    + Eligibility and Qualifications

    • Age Limit
      For appearing in the JEE (Main) - 2022, there is no age limit for the candidates. The candidates who have passed the class 12/equivalent examination in 2020, 2021, or appearing in 2022 irrespective of their age can appear in JEE (Main) - 2022 examination. However, the candidates may be required to fulfill the age criteria of the Institute(s) in which they are desirous of taking admission.
    • List of Qualifying Examinations (QE)
      • The final examination of the 10+2 system, conducted by any recognized Central / State Board, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi; Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi; etc.
      • Intermediate or two-year Pre-University examination conducted by a recognized Board/University.
      • Final examination of the two-year course of the Joint Services Wing of the National Defence Academy.
      • Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling with a minimum of five subjects.
      • Any Public School / Board / University examination in India or any foreign country is recognized as equivalent to the 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
      • Higher Secondary Certificate Vocational Examination.
      • A Diploma recognized by AICTE or a State board of technical education of at least 3 years duration.
      • General Certificate Education (GCE) examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.
      • High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University or International Baccalaureate Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva.
      • Candidates who have completed the Class 12 (or equivalent) examination outside India or from a Board not specified above should produce a certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) to the effect that the examination they have passed is equivalent to the Class 12 Examination.
      • In case the Class 12 Examination is not a public examination, the candidate must have passed at least one public (Board or Pre-University) examination earlier.
    • Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination
      Only those candidates who have passed the Class 12/equivalent examination in 2020, 2021, or those who are appearing in Class 12/equivalent examination in 2022, are eligible to appear in JEE (Main) - 2022.

      Candidates who passed the Class 12/equivalent examination in 2019 or before as well as those who will appear in such examination in 2023 or later are not eligible to appear in JEE (Main) - 2022.
    • State of Eligibility
      State code of eligibility means the code of the State from where the candidate has passed Class XII (or equivalent) qualifying examination by virtue of which the candidate becomes eligible to appear in JEE (Main) 2022. It is important to note that the State code of eligibility does NOT depend upon the native place or the place of residence of the candidate. For example, if a candidate appears for the Class XII (or equivalent) qualifying examination from an Institution situated in New Delhi and is a resident of Noida, Uttar Pradesh, and the candidates State code of eligibility will be that of Delhi and NOT that of Uttar Pradesh.

      If a candidate has passed the Class 12 (or equivalent) qualifying examination from one State but appeared for improvement from another State, the candidates State code of eligibility will be from where the candidate first passed the Class 12 (or equivalent) examination and NOT the State from where the candidate has appeared for improvement.

      Candidate passed/appearing for Class 12 from NIOS should select the State of Eligibility according to the State in which the study Centre is located.

      For Indian nationals passing the Class 12 (or equivalent) examination from Nepal/Bhutan, the State code of eligibility will be determined based on a permanent address in India as given in the passport of the candidate.

      The State code of eligibility of OCI/PIO passing Class 12 (or equivalent) examination in India is at par with Indian nationals. However, OCI/PIO passing the Class 12 (or equivalent) examination from an institution abroad are eligible for Other State quota seats or All India quota seats (but NOT for Home State quota seats) in all NITs, IIEST and Other-CFTIs.

    + Schedule of Examination

    Dates of Examination Session 1: 16 to 21 April 2022
    Session 2: 24 to 29 May 2022

    (Exact date, shift, and city of examination for Paper 1: B.E./B. Tech and Paper 2A: B. Arch and Paper 2B: B. Planning will be made available to the Candidates on their Admit Cards)
    Mode of Examination Paper 1:
    B.E./B.Tech
    "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only
    Paper 2A:
    B.Arch.
    Part-I: Mathematics and
    Part-II: Aptitude Test in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode only
    Part-III: Drawing Test in "Pen and Paper" (offline) mode, to be attempted on the Drawing sheet of A4 size.
    Paper 2B:
    B.Planning
    Part-I: Mathematics
    Part-II: Aptitude Test and
    Part-III: Planning Based MCQ's in "Computer Based Test (CBT)" mode only
    Timing of Examination Duration of Examination First Shift Second Shift
    For 3 Hours 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 Noon (IST) 03.00 p.m. to 06.00 p.m. (IST)
    For 3 Hours 30 Minutes 09.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. (IST) 03.00 p.m. to 06.30 p.m. (IST)
    Entry in the Examination Centre/Hall/Room, frisking, biometric registration / record of manual attendance by Invigilator, document verification / crosschecking of Admit Card, signature, and photo match to be completed by Invigilator, etc. 07.00 a.m. to 08.30 a.m. 01.00 p.m. to 02.30 p.m.
    Instructions by the Invigilator(s) 08.30 a.m. to 08.50 a.m. 02.30 p.m. to 02.50 p.m.
    Candidates log in to read instructions 08.50 a.m. 02.50 p.m.
    Test Commences 09.00 a.m. 03.00 p.m.
    Note: Those appearing for B.Arch. and B.Planning (both), will have the duration of examination 3:30 hrs.

    + List of Examination Cities for JEE (Main) - 2022

    + Procedure for Online Payment of Fee and Helpline for Payment Related Queries


    Contact the helpline number/email of the concerned Bank/Payment Gateway Integrator, as mentioned below:
    (a) If Paying through State Bank of India (SBI):
    Level Name Email ID Contact No.
    1 Helpdesk dgmcs.cc@sbi.co.in

    18004253800

    2 Helpdesk3 sbi.05222@sbi.co.in 08026599990
    3 Customer care agmcustomer.Ihodel@sbi.co.in

    1800112211

    4 Through SMS UNHAPPY (add text)

    8008202020


    (b) If Paying using Canara Bank:
    Level Name Email ID Contact No.
    1 Helpdesk pgsupport@billdesk.com 01202400850/1
    9971262371
    2 Complaint Management Services genadmnronoida@canarabank.com 01202400850/1
    3 Customer Care genadmnronoida@canarabank.com 9971262371
    4 Through SMS genadmnronoida@canarabank.com 01202400850/1

    (c) If Paying using HDFC Bank:
    Level Name Email ID Contact No.
    1 Shri Vikram Singh vikram.singh4@hdfcbank.com 9799810080
    2 Amit Singh amit.singh26@hdfcbank.com 7428869770
    3 Shri Ripon Bhattacharjee ripon.bhattacharjee@hdfcbank.com 9625031697

    (d) If Paying using ICICI Bank:
    Level Name Email ID Contact No.
    1 Aiysha Khatun support.nta@ingenico.com 01204728426
    2 Vishal Kumar vishal.kumar5@icicibank.com 7428928047
    3 Mohit Bhatia mohit.bhatia@icicibank.com 9810086455

    (e) If Paying using PAYTM:
    Level Name Email ID Contact No.
    1 Shailesh education.support@paytm.com 0120-4789525
    2 Ambreen Fatma education.support@paytm.com 0120-4789526

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