The National JEE Main Syllabus 2020 was released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on 2 September 2019. NTA has also released syllabus and sample questions for the newly added planning section in Paper 2 of JEE Main 2020. NTA has announced the JEE Main 2020 Syllabus for both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
The National Testing Agency is conducting the JEE Main 2020 in a fully online mode through Computer Based Test (CBT). Several changes have been made in the JEE Main 2020 exam pattern. There will be two papers of JEE Main 2020 - Paper 1 for engineering candidates and Paper 2 for students seeking admission in Architecture and Planning courses.
Jee main 2020 exam pattern
Paper 1 will now contain 25 questions instead of 30 in each section. In addition, 5 numerals will also be included in these 25 questions from each section. For Paper 2, authorities have created a separate section for B.Planning students. Students who will be appearing for B. Planning section will be asked 25 MCQs from Planning section instead of the Drawing section. In addition, the aptitude MCQ has been reduced to 25 from 30 last year.
Apart from getting to know the JEE Main syllabus 2020, the candidate should also know which books are best for preparing for the national level entrance exam. Given the detailed syllabus of JEE Main 2020, students should have books for a study that help them in their preparation well.
Important books for the preparation of JEE Main 2020:
Physics: Problems in General Physics, I. E. Irodov, Elements of Dynamics, S. L. Loney, Concepts of Physics Part I and II, H. C. Verma, Advanced Level Physics, Nelson & Parker, Fundamentals of Physics, Holiday, Resnick And Walker, Understanding JEE Physics Series, DC Pandey
Chemistry: Atkins Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, MS Chauhan
Inorganic Chemistry, JD Lee, Physical Chemistry, N Awasthi, Organic Chemistry, Paula Bruce Yurkanis, OP Tandon
Mathematics: Higher Algebra, Hall Knight + Bernard Child, Differential Calculus Arihant, Class XI & XII, RD Sharma, Problems in Calculus of One Variable Algebra, IA Maron, Integral Calculus, Arihant