The JEE Mains syllabus for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry is given here. Candidates preparing for the upcoming Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) must study all the topics given in the JEE Main Syllabus for 2016. The syllabus is prepared by the exam conducting body. The first step towards JEE Preparation is to know the Syllabus for JEE Main 2016.
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JEE (Main) Syllabus for Paper 1
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We have provided here the CBSE recommended syllabus for the Joint Entrance Examination (Main).
Detailed syllabus for JEE Main 2016
Each year CBSE published the JEE Information Bulletin. The syllabus for JEE Main 2016 will be published in detail in the brochure published by CBSE for JEE 2016. However, for the help of candidates who are preparing for the engineering entrance exam, we have compiled the syllabus as per previous year information brochure. The syllabus is expected to remain same as last year.
JEE (Main) Syllabus 2016 contains important topics covered in most of the central boards such as CBSE, ICSE and state boards. Topics taught in classes class 11th and 12th are all included. It is important to note here, that candidate must study both classes (XI and XII) PCM to score well in JEE Mains examination.
To refer to the syllabus later on, you can also download the JEE Main syllabus for 2016 pdf files. Please visit the respective subject syllabus pages to download JEE Main 2016 syllabus.
JEE (Main + Advanced) syllabus
The syllabus for JEE exam conducted by IITs is similar to the Mains syllabus. There are no extra topics as such, however the distribution in paper pattern is slightly different. To prepare for JEE (Main + Advanced), candidates can refer to the syllabus given here. They must have a strong hold on the basics and practice as much as possible to master each subject. Questions in mathematics, and physics are mostly calculation based. Apart from NCERT books, it is important to solve previous year JEE Papers to understand the paper pattern and syllabus.
JEE Main Syllabus 2016 – Class 11th and 12th
A topic wise break up for class 11 and 12 topics for the syllabus of JEE Main is given below.
Class 11 topics for JEE Main 2016 syllabus
|Unit, dimension, measurement||Periodic table and properties||Logarithms and related expressions|
|Kinematics||Mole concept||Compound angles|
|Newtons laws of motion||Nomenclature of organic compounds||Quadratic equations and expressions|
|Circular motion||Chemical bonding||Sequence and progression|
|Work, power, energy||Gaseous state||Trignometric functions,equations,inequations|
|Momentum and collision||Electronic displacement effect||Solutions of triangle|
|Centre of mass and Inertia||Atomic structure||Straight line and pair of lines|
|Elasticity, Calorimetry, Thermal expansion||Redox and equivalent concepts||Permutation and combination|
|Ktg and thermodynamics||Chemical and ionic equilibrium||Binomial Theorem|
|Simple Harmonic Motion||Chemical kinetics||Sets, relations, functions|
|Mechanical Waves||Nuclear chemistry (radioactivity)||Mathematical induction and reasoning|
Class 12 topics for JEE Main 2016 syllabus
|Geometrical Optics||Halogen Derivative||Limit, Continuity, Derivability|
|Wave Optics||Co-ordination Compounds||Method of differentiation|
|Electrostatics||Aliphatic Hydrocarbons||Indefinite Integral|
|Gravitation||Aromatic Hydrocarbons||Definite Integral|
|Current Electricity||Liquid Solution & Surface Chemistry||Application of Derivatives|
|Capacitance||Metallurgy||Determinant & Matrices|
|Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism||Alcohol & Ether||Vectors|
|Electromagnetic Induction & AC||Phenol||3-dimensional geometry|
|Nuclear physics and radioactivity||Solid State||Probability|
|Dual nature of matter and radiation||Qualitative Analysis||Differential Equation|
|Electronic devices||Carbonyl compounds||Area under curve|
|Communication systems||s, p, d & f block elements||Parabola, Ellipse, Hyperbola|
|Errors in Measurements & Instruments||Thermodynamics & Thermochemistry||Complex Number|
|Carboxylic acids & its derivative|
|Practical Organic Chemistry|