JEE Main 2023: CSAB Allotment (Released), Cut Off (Out), Rank

jee main 2023JEE Main 2023 (CSAB Special Round II) Allotment has been released on 13th August 2023. Allotment (Round 6) has been released on 26th July 2023. Opening / Closing Rank (Round 6) has been released. Result & Cut Off has been released. Final answer key is available based on which result is compiled. The exam is organised by NTA in two sessions – January & April sessions. The exam comprise of two papers – Paper 1 & Paper 2 for Engineering/ Technology & Architecture/ Planning courses respectively.

JEE Main score is accepted by top known private and govt. institutes for admission into B.Tech/ B.E/ B.Arch/ B.Plan courses. The exam are scheduled on 6th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 15th April 2023 for Session 2. JEE Main is also an eligibility test for JEE Advanced conducted for admission in IITs. In this article, we have provided complete information from application procedure to counselling about JEE Main 2023.

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JEE Main 2023 Notifications – Allotment Out (CSAB Special Round II)

newiconGet complete updates of JEE Main 2023 Admission & counselling Procedure from here. Click here to view details.

newiconJEE Main 2023 (CSAB Special Round II) Allotment has been released on 13th August 2023. Check here for allotment details.

newiconJEE Main 2023 (JoSAA) Allotment (Round 6) has been released on 26th July 2023. Check here for allotment details.

newiconJEE Main 2023 (JoSAA) Opening / Closing Rank (Round 1 to 6) has been released. Check here for rank details.

newiconJEE Main 2023 Cut Off (Official) has been released. Check here for cut off details.

newiconJEE Main 2024 Exam Date will be announced soon by NTA. The exam will be held in January & April 2024. Check more details about JEE Main 2024 here..

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JEE Main 2023 Eligibility has been reviewed by NTA. For admission into IIITs, NITs, CFTIs through CSAB, students must secure atleast of 75% marks in 12th conducted by respective boards (65% for ST/ SC). Check here for eligibility details.

As per the sources, Bombay High Court has refused for the postponement of JEE Main 2023 Session 1 as it may have cascading effect. ‘Students can compete in April session exams if do not perform well’, the court said. 

JEE Main 2023 Highlights

When was the notification released for JEE Main 2023 ? – Released, On 15th December 2022

When will CSAB Special round start ? – from 30th July, Check counselling details

When will JEE Main JoSAA allotment release ? – 1st Allotment Out, Check allotment details

When will JEE Main JoSAA counselling begin ? – Started On 19th June 2023, Check counselling details

When will JEE Main cut off announced for the year 2023 ? – Available Now, Check cut off details

When will the results declared for JEE Main 2023 (Session 2) ? – Declared on 24th April 2023, Check result details

When can i download official answer keys for JEE Main 2023 (Session 2) ? – Available Now, Check answer key details

Are the JEE Main 2023 (Session 2) exams concluded ? – Yes, from 6th April to 15th April 2023, Check exam dates details here

New Changes Introduced in JEE Main 2023: –

  • Hike in JEE Main Application Fee, Check application fee details,
  • Eligibility Revised for admission into IIITs, NITs, CFTis, Check eligibility details
  • Number of Exam Centres In India decreased while number of centres outside India increased, Check here exam centres list
  • Details of parent’s email address & mobile number is mandatory to be filled
  • Application of Session 1 & Session 2 to be filled separately. Till last year, candidates were able to apply for both sessions together but this year this option is eliminated.

Is there any chance to merge JEE Main exam with CUET in the year 2023 ? – No, According to UGC Chairman there are no such plans for the next two years.

How many attempts can be taken for JEE Main 2023? – Two attempts

Will JEE 2023 going to be tough? – Toughness of the exam is determined by the level of your study and preparation.

Counselling Dates Result

  FAQS Cut Off Answer key

JEE Main 2023 Exam Dates

 Check about complete events details of JEE Main Exam Dates 2023 in below given table:

EventsImportant Dates 2023 (Announced)
Session 1Session 2
Notification availability15th December 2022
Registration process starts15th December 202215th February 2023
Last date to register12th January 202312th March 2023
Last date of fee payment12th January 202312th March 2023
Application Correction13th January to 14th January 202313th -14th March 2023
Exam City intimation slip18th January 20232nd April 2023
Release of Admit cardFrom 21st January 2023from 3rd April 2023
JEE Main 2023Session 2 – 6th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 15th April 2023

Session 1 24th, 25th, 29th, 30th, 31st January & 1st February 2023 (Paper 1 (B.E/ B.Tech), Shift 1 & Shift 2) & 28th January 2023 (Paper 2A & 2B – B.Arch/ B.Plan)

Release of Questions papers & Answer keys24th January 2023 (memory based)
2nd February 2023 (official)
19th April 2023 (Official)
Result declaration6th February 202329th April 2023
Cut Off releases29th April 2023
Counselling registration/ choice filling starts19th June 2023 (JOSAA)
JEE Main 2023 हिंदी में जानकारी यहाँ देखें

JEE Main 2023 Counselling

JEE Main Counselling 2023 has been started from 19th June 2023 by the authorities. It is organized through online mode. Eligible candidates are eligible to participate in the counselling procedure. Counselling is organized by the JoSAA (Joint Seat Allocation Authority) & CSAB (central seat allocation board).

JEE Main Counselling 2023 procedure is completed in various steps including registration, fee payment, choice filling and seat allotment. Candidates who will get seat in the counselling will need to report in the allocated institute with required documents.

Aspirants will need to download their seat allotment letter from the website. It will be made available through login.

Below we have mentioned the list of documents which will be required for the verification process:

  • JEE Main 2023 score card/ result
  • Photo identity proof
  • Seat allotment letter
  • Category certificate
  • Transfer certificate
  • 12th class mark sheet & certificate
  • Medical certificate
  • Three passport size photographs
  • PWD certificate
  • Proof of seat acceptance fee payment, etc.

JEE Main 2023 Cut Off

JEE Main Cut Off are the minimum marks required for the qualifying the examination. It is released through online mode on the website. The released cut off varies for different categories.

It is compulsory for the candidates to obtain minimum cut off marks to be eligible for admission. Candidates are able to check cut off using login details. It has been released on 29th April 2023.

Cut off list is prepared based on various factors i.e. number of aspirants appeared in the exam, difficulty level of the exam, number of seats available etc.

Here candidates can check expected cut off for JEE Main 2023:

CategoryQualifying Cut Off
General category90-95
EWS category70-75
OBC- NCL70-75

JEE Main 2023 Result

JEE Main Result 2023 has been declared on 29th April 2023 for Session 2. Result has been released based on the final answer key released by the authority for Session 2. Candidates can access their result by online mode.

There no facility provided for re-evaluation or re-checking of the result. Results can be checked through login details i.e., date of birth or roll number. Candidates must check their results carefully and take printout of it. It has been announced for session 1 on 6th February 2023.

JEE Main 2023 Score Card

JEE Main score card are released few days after the declaration of result. Candidates must download their score card through login details. Check complete details carefully printed on the score card, in case of any mistakes contact to the official authority.

Aspirants must keep the score card safe for admission procedure. Score cards are sent to the candidates on their registered email address. It will include details i.e. name, total marks, subject wise marks etc.

JEE Main 2023 Rank List

Authority displays a rank list after declaration of both session result. Rank list is released through online mode. It is made available in the form of PDF in the website.

Ranks are calculated by comparing both the sessions. Rank list is not made available through any offline mode. Candidates need to download rank list from the website.

Also Check:

JEE Main College Predictor

JEE Main Rank Predictor

JEE Main 2023 Answer Key

Answer key for JEE Main 2023 has been released by institutions after the examination shifts. Official answer key will be made available for downloading through login. Authority also provides the challenge facility for the official answer key.

JEE Main Answer key 2023 has been released on 19th April 2023 (session 2) through online mode. Through the answer key, candidates can get an estimate idea about their marks.

Candidates who want to challenge answer key needs to pay Rs. 200/- per question. Authority also releases the recorded response and question paper attempted by the candidates two or three days prior to the announcement of the result. For Session 1, it was released on 24th January 2023 (Institutional) & 2nd February 2023 (official).

JEE Main 2023 Admit Card

JEE Main Admit card 2023 has been made available through online mode. Candidates can download their admit card from the website. For Session 2, the hall ticket is made available from 3rd April 2023. It will not be sent by post or through other offline modes to the candidates.

Candidates must read all the instructions carefully given on the admit card. In case of any discrepancy in details, candidates must contact the official authority immediately.

No candidates will be allowed to appear the examination without admit card. Take printout of the admit card and keep it safe for future references. For first session it was released on 21st January 2023.

Also Check:

JEE Main Login Errors

JEE Main Slot Booking

JEE Main 2023 Exam Pattern

Candidates must go through following details regarding JEE Main Exam Pattern:

  • Mode of Exam: It is conducted via online (Computer-based) mode. However, in Paper 2A (B.Arch exam) the drawing test will be held via pen-paper based mode on a drawing sheet of A4 size.
  • Number of Papers: There will be two papers in JEE Main – Paper I for B.E/ B.Tech & Paper 2A/ 2B for B.Arch/ B.Plan.
  • Time Duration: Candidates will get 3 hours to solve the paper (4 hours for PWD).
  • Questions Type: Objective type questions will be asked in the exam. Paper 2 will be subjective in nature.
  • Number of Questions: There will be total 90 questions in Paper I (B.Tech/B.E) & 82 in Paper II A (B.Arch) and 105 questions in Paper II B (B.Plan).
  • Languages: Candidates will be able to attempt JEE Main in various languages. These are English, Gujarati, Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Assamese, Tamil, Urdu, Telugu & Punjabi.
  • Marks: Paper 1 will consist of 300 marks, Paper II A & Paper II B will consists of 400 marks.
  • Marking Scheme: For each correct answer, 4 marks will be given. 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.

Subject wise distribution of number of questions & marks is as follows:

Paper I: B.E/ B.Tech:

SubjectsNo of QuestionsMarks Distribution
Section ASection B

Paper 2 A: B.Arch:

SubjectsNo of QuestionsMarks Distribution
Part 1: Mathematics20 (Section A) & 10 (Section B)100
Part 2: Aptitude Test50200
Part 3: Drawing Test02100

Paper 2 B: B.Plan:

SubjectsNo of QuestionsMarks Distribution
Part 1: Mathematics20 (Section A) & 10 (Section B)100
Part 2: Aptitude Test50200
Part 3: Planning25100

JEE Main 2023 Syllabus

JEE Main Syllabus 2022 includes topics from class 11th & 12th level. Candidates are advised to go through class NCERT syllabus while preparing. The proper & complete syllabus of JEE Main 2023 can be checked online on the NTA website.

For catering the decision of different boards regarding reduction in syllabus, NTA has decided to provide choice in one section of each subject of Paper 1 and Part I of Paper 2A and 2B. However, total number of questions to be attempted will remain same wherever applicable.

For JEE Main (Paper I), questions will be asked from Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics topics. For Paper II A, questions will be from topics as Mathematics, Drawing & Aptitude. For Paper II B, questions will be from Aptitude Test, Mathematics & Planning Based section.

For Paper I (B.E/ B.Tech):

Some of the topics covered under various subjects in JEE Main Paper 1 will be as follows:


Mathematical Induction, Matrices & determinants, Integral Calculus, Sets, Relations & functions, complex number & quadratic equations, Trigonometry, Binomial theorem & its simple applications, Mathematical reasoning, Permutations & combinations and much more.


Rotational motions, Laws of motions, Physics & measurement, Oscillations & waves, Work, Electrostatics, optics, Electromagnetic inductions & alternating currents, Energy & power, Kinetics theory of gases, properties of solids & liquids, gravitation, kinematics and much more.


Physical Chemistry- Atomic structure, chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, some basic concepts in chemistry, equilibrium, states of matter etc.

Organic Chemistry- Purification & characterization of organic compounds, some basics principles of organic chemistry, chemistry in everyday life, Organic compounds containing nitrogen, organic compounds containing halogens etc.

Inorganic Chemistry- Block elements (alkali & alkaline earth metals), environmental chemistry, d & f block elements, Hydrogen, classifications of elements & periodicity in properties, block element group 13 to group 18 elements, etc.

For Paper II A & II B Syllabus (B.Arch/ B.Plan):

Part 1: Awareness of person, places, texture & objects related to architecture & building, visualizing 3D objects from 2D drawings, buildings &materials, analytical reasoning etc.

Part 2: Drawing & designing of geometrical & abstracts shapes & patterns in pencil, colour texture, elements & building forms, transformation of forms both 2D & 3D union, creating 2D & 3D composition using given shapes & forms, etc.

JEE Mains 2023 Quick Links

What should I Study for JEE Mains 2023? Check Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Important Links

JEE Main Exam DatesApplication Form
Eligibility CriteriaPreparation Tips

Click here to check more Frequently Asked Questions.

JEE Main 2023 Preparation Tips

Candidates must go through following JEE Main preparation tips & tricks while preparing for the exam:

  • Make proper notes & revise it on daily basis.
  • Go through complete exam pattern & syllabus.
  • Practice from online & offline mock test available on the site.
  • While practicing from mock test or other sample paper, analyze your weaker & stronger point.
  • Refer NCERT syllabus & study from books available.
  • Keep at least last one week only for revision.
  • Eat, sleep & also do other activities for a fresh mind & body.

Also Check:

JEE Main Video Lectures

JEE Main Mock Test

JEE Main Exam Centres

JEE Main Books

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Answer: Yes, JEE Main 2023 is being conducted in two sessions – in January & April month.

Answer: The JEE 2023 syllabus is same as in 2022.

Answer: NTA authority organises JEE Main 2023 exam.

Answer: No, not at all. You must also prepare from other books once you complete NCERT.

Answer: The application form for JEE main 2023 has been released for Session 2. For Session 1 it has been concluded successfully.

Answer: Yes, appearing candidates are also eligible to apply for JEE Main exam.

Answer: Yes, you can apply for any one or all sessions as per your eligibility.

Answer: Yes, you can appear for both January & April session of JEE Main 2023. The best of score of the two sessions will be considered for admission.

Answer: Yes, JEE Main exam will be held in multiple languages. You can check all languages from above article.

Answer: The complete syllabus for 2023 has been released. The pattern has been updated as the notification is out of JEE Main 2023.

JEE Main 2023 Application Form

Check below complete information about JEE Main 2023 Registration:

  • The application form of JEE Main 2023 has been released via online mode.
  • For Session 1, the registration is open from 15th December 2022.
  • For Session 2, the applications can be filled by the candidates from 15th February 2023 to 12th March 2023.
  • Registrations can only be accepted through online mode. No other mode is available for JEE Main registration.
  • Candidates before registration are advised to go through details about eligibility and application procedure to avoid any kind of confusion later.
  • Multiple applications submitted by applicants for same session will not be accepted strictly.
  • Candidates registration will be confirmed only after the fee payment and the confirmation page will be released.

Application Fee:

  • Payment Mode: The application fee of JEE Main 2023 can be submitted only through online payment gateways. Candidates can submit fee through debit card/ credit card (except Master/ Visa card)/ Net banking or UPI methods.

Category wise & paper wise application fee is mentioned below:

PapersCategoryApplication Fee
Exam Centres in IndiaExam Centres Outside India
B.E./ B.Tech
Gen/ Gen-EWS/ OBC-NCL candidatesBoys – Rs.1000
Girls – Rs.800
Boys – Rs.5000
Girls – Rs.4000
SC/ ST/ PwDBoys – Rs.500
Girls – Rs.500
Boys – Rs.2500
Girls – Rs.2500
Third Gender5002500
B.E./ B.Tech & B. Arch
B.E./ B.Tech & B. Planning
B.E./ B.Tech, B. Arch &
B.Arch & B.Planning
Gen/ Gen-EWS/ OBC-NCL candidatesBoys – Rs.2000
Girls – Rs.1600
Boys – Rs.10000
Girls – Rs.8000
SC/ ST/ PwD/ Transgender candidatesBoys – Rs.1000
Girls – Rs.1000
Boys – Rs.5000
Girls – Rs.5000
Third Gender10005000

How to Fill JEE Main 2023 Application?

  • Visit the online registration link (Link is provided above).
  • Tap on the option as “JEE Main 2023 Registration”.
  • Now start filling details to register. A login id password has been provided on mobile number or through mail.
  • Login using the details, fill out application with necessary details – Personal, communication, qualification, etc.
  • Upload scanned images of photograph, signature, thumb impression, etc. as per the specifications mentioned about the format and size.
  • Now last step is to pay the application fee through the provided payment gateways.
  • Confirmation page will be generated. Take print out of confirmation page and submitted application form.
Check Here – How to Fill JEE Main Application Form

JEE Main 2023 Application Correction

For Session 2, JEE Main application correction facility 2023 has been provided from 13th March 2023. The corrections can be done through online link provided by entering their login details. Candidates must note that corrections in application is available only in some specific details.

None are allowed for corrections in session 1 applications after 14th January 2023 (11.50 pm). Corrections are not entertained through any offline modes/ post/ email/ fax or by hand by the authority.

JEE Main 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Check complete details about JEE Main Eligibility Criteria 2023 in the below section:

General Eligibility:

  • Nationality: Indian nationals & International applicants are eligible to apply. However, International applicants must obtain necessary marks prescribed by AIU for JEE Main.
  • Attempt Limit: No attempt limit is prescribed to apply for JEE Main 2023.
  • Qualification (B.E/ B.Tech): Passed 12th level with 5 subjects with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with Biology, Chemistry, Biotechnology or any other technical vocational as optional subject.
  • Qualification (B.Arch): Passed 12th level with Mathematics as compulsory subject.
  • Qualification (B.Plan): Passed 12th level with Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects.
  • For IIIT, NIT, CFTIs admission (through CSAB): Candidates according to recent notice by NTA, admission into NITs, IIITs & other such CFTIs whose admissions are based on JEE Main ranks, must have secured at least of 75% marks in 12th exam (65% for ST/SC) or be in the top 20 percentile in class 12th exam conducted by respective board.

Age Criteria:

  • No age limit is prescribed for the candidates appearing in JEE Main 2023.
  • Candidates who have passed 12th level or its equivalent in the year 2021, 2022 or are appearing in 2023 can apply.
  • Candidates have to qualify the eligibility criteria prescribed by the Institutions as well in which they are taking admission.

State of Eligibility:

  • At the time of registration process, students have to fill their state code of eligibility. Candidates are required to choose the state code of eligibility from which they have qualified their 12th level exam.
  • The state code of eligibility will not depend upon the residence or native place of candidates.
  • For the Indian national students who will pass their 12th level from institutions located abroad, their state code of eligibility will be determined according to their mentioned permanent address in their passports.

If you have any other query about JEE Main 2023, feel free to ask us in the comments box provided below.

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  1. Isha Srivastava says:

    I got 45.16 percentile in jee mains so can I get a government enginnering college or state level college

  2. Aruba Nadeem says:

    Is jee main session 2 result for b.arch paper2 not yet released?

  3. Banaja says:

    I recently check 15 April’s answer key but i can’t find. Can you tell me answer key release or not?

  4. Pratik Deepak Suryawanshi says:

    Hi, I got the mail that “admit card is made available for exam scheduled on 8th April 2023 vai login.” But after filling the credentials i get the message that, your admit card is not allotted till yet. Will be intimated later.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      It might be some server issue. You are advised to try again using different browser and good internet connection. If still same issue occurs, contact officials.

  5. Swathi S Saji says:

    Why is my admit card not allotted yet?

  6. Madhu says:

    I received an information that correction had already completed and no more chance to change my cource. Did I have any other way to change my Course

  7. sweta pandey says:

    when open in Admit card

  8. Madhu says:

    When did the jee application correction starts

  9. Madhu says:

    I want change my course to Btech what should I do please help me

  10. Madhu Mitha says:

    What should I do to change my course after payment for jee

  11. Prejin P says:

    I have submitted the declaration for OBC non-creamy layer certificate since it was not available with me at the time of registration. At what time I can submit the same

  12. Manushree C L says:

    Hello,I’m 2023 jee aspirant who appeared for 24th jan 1st shift,I got 119 Marks and 38 percentile. Can there be such a huge variation in percentile for different shifts.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Percentile is decided by your performance & on the following factors:
      The highest marks secured by the topper.
      If the highest marks is 200 out of 300, then 200 is considered as 100 percentile.
      This highest percentile also varies for different shifts, in this case all of them are rounded off

  13. Manushree C L says:

    I got 119 Marks in mains first attempt 2023,on 24th jan 1st shift, but I get 38 percentile for general category.can there be such a huge variation in percentile for different shifts.

  14. Vijaya Mani says:

    Can I get seat in mains,my 1st session percentage is 54% and my caste is bc-A(rajaka)

  15. Vijaya Mani says:

    Can I get saet in mains,my 1st session percentage is 54% and my caste is bc-A(rajaka)

  16. Krish says:

    Can I give jee advanced I have go 79 percentile

  17. makwana Nikhil says:

    sir can I get nit on 94.3 pr in obc category

  18. Poornima says:

    What can I do my son result not appeared it’s comes result later that means please help me my son got 201 marks in that key

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Paper II result for JEE Main is not released yet, it will be declared later. You must wait for the result to be declared.

  19. Shradha Gupta says:

    I have a question… me obc catagory se belong krti hu lekin
    Jee mains 2023 ke 1st attempt me mera catagory general krwaya tha kyuki mere pass us samay certificate nhi tha …to kya mai 2nd attempt me aona category general se obc krwa skti hu?????? Plsßss reply

  20. Priti Kumari says:

    Second attempt registration date

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      JEE Main 2023 Registration process is starting soon via online mode. Stay connected with us not to miss any kind of updates & information.

  21. Venkat says:

    My answer and challenge key is not opening can you help me

  22. Rajagopalreddy says:

    Sir I am Gen-EWS-PWD.Ichecked the key,getting 69 marks in jee mains 2023..What may be my category rank.can i get computer science branch in top NITs

  23. V Srinivasarao says:

    My son expecting 240 marks in jee mains. Can I get niit cse in top colleges GEN-EWS CATEGORY

  24. Alok kumar says:

    Dear respected sir or madam
    I belongs to lower middle class family,and I participated in the jee mains exam 2023first attempt,
    And my jee mains exam date is same as my intermediate board exam date.
    So please request to you please change my jee mains exam date.


    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Only officials authority have right to reschedule exam date. You are advised to contact JEE Main officials for the same.

  25. Prishha Rameshbabu says:

    This is in regard to our daughter Prishha Rameshbabu’s JEE (Main ) 2023 Hall ticket.

    We had applied for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.) and got an intimation saying that exam is on 31st Jan 2023 and will be receiving the hall ticket shortly.
    Today we received the Admit card for Paper 2A(B.Arch) & PAper 2B (B,Planning) instead of Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech.) and exam on 28th Jan 2023.

    Kindly send the correct admit card immediately.

  26. Naushaba Firdosh says:

    When my admit card will realise it wil not released till yet.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Admit card is released for the exam schedule on 28th, 29th & 30th January 2023. For exam to be held on 31st January & 1st February 2023, admit card is yet to be released.

  27. Sanjana says:

    I applied for both paper 1 and paper2, is same admit card is applicable for both examination or I have to take multiple print of it

  28. Firdaus says:

    My admit card not allotted to me yet what should I do?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      The JEE Main 2023 admit card has been released only for exam held on 24th & 25th January 2023. It is yet to be released for another dates exam.

  29. Reshma says:

    If I am checked, I won’t get my admit card or it will be intimated later.please help me

  30. Afan rajiwate says:

    My jee main session 1 attempt
    Is at 29 january 2023,so when will i get my admit card for the same.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      JEE Main 2023 admit card for exam to be held on 29th January 2023 is yet to be released. We will update it in our article when published officially.

  31. B.SAIKAMAL says:


  32. Satya prakash Gupta says:

    My admit card is not showing why . please tell me .

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Admit card is released only for the exam scheduled on 24th January 2023. For more dates it will be released soon.

  33. Bharath says:

    My admit card is not opening but enter the correct details.What can I do?

  34. Priya Ghatol says:

    Hall tickets are announced. But when I apply for seeing hall ticket,it shows your birth date or application number may be wrong .Or if above information is correct then your admit card is on wait list .So ,Do I have to wait..! When will I be able to download my hall ticket..?

  35. Akshdeep Singh says:

    I am not able to download my admit card….it is showing that exam date is yet to finalize..even I got my date 29 Jan…

  36. Santhi says:

    My son is in ISC.his chemistry practical and jee main exam are on same date 24.1.23.what should I do

  37. Abhijith P says:

    How to know that I am ragister to season 1 or 2

  38. Ved Prakash Naik says:

    While I checked for exam city and center JEE mains 2023,massage appears”Your exam city not allotted till yet. Will be intimated later” what I should do Pls guide me.

  39. Ayush says:

    What ifi lost my aadhar Card, and I don’t have any other identity proof, will they accept aadhar enrollment number or 10th marksheet or photo of aadhar card. Will I have a problem at the centre?

  40. Sanjib says:

    How many minimum questions are attempting to score 190-200

  41. Pankaj says:

    Session 1 and 2 both application fill together or one by one.

  42. Rimpa says:

    When exam date will be seen after fess payment or which time

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      JEE Main 2023 Exam Date has been already announced. It will be held on 24th, 25th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st January 2023 for session I. For session II, it will be held on 6th to 12th April 2023.

  43. Anu says:

    If a candidate is unable to clear both the sessions in one year, then for how many years can he appear in the jee main exam (is there any limit for number of attempts?)

  44. Riyaj says:

    Sir for OBC kitne marks important hai out of 300 ??

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      For admission into IIITs, CFTIs, NITs through CSAB, students must secure at-least 75% marks in 12th for General/ OBC & 65% for SC/ ST conducted by respective boards.

  45. Deepak says:

    Can i write both exam in january and april. jee main exam.

  46. Gopinath says:

    I am OBC category How much score I need to get seat in NIT

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      For admission into IITs, NITs, CFTIs, students must secure minimum 75% marks in 12th conducted by respective boards (65% for SC/ ST).

  47. Gopinath says:

    I am OBC category How much score need to get seat in NIT

  48. Nidhi jain says:

    as authorised identity proof- bank passbook with photograph of axis,ICICI bank etc is valid.
    Pls clarify

  49. Nikki Sharma says:

    Sir,may I apply for jee mains while I am studying in class 11th?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      No, Candidates must have passed 10th and 12th class examination to be eligible for JEE Main. Also, 12th appearing candidates can apply.

  50. Hii How are you says:

    Hii how are you
    I wanted to attend the examination

  51. Mohammadazizuddin says:

    I applied for session 1 but I don’t want to attempt session 1. Want to write in April section 2. So can I skip section 1? And is it compulsory to attempt section 1 and 2

  52. Abinash Kumar Yadav says:

    Can A level student apply for JEE MAIN and what are the Grade required for this?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Yes, diploma holders are eligible to apply for JEE Main 2023 but they can write the exam only to qualify JEE advanced 2023.

  53. Kankana Nath says:

    What are marks required for OBC category out of 300?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      There is no passing marks criteria for appearing in JEE Main exam. However, students applying for IITs, CFTIs, NITs have to attain minimum of 75% marks in 12th.

  54. Satish gedekar says:

    I got 63% in 12th 2022 I am of st cast can i am eligible for exam of 2023

  55. Singam Saraswathi says:

    Application correction dates revil plz

  56. SHAHMA SHAFI says:

    i am in trouble with getting OTP by Mail , by mobile getting OTP on time , but still i cant complete my application without getting OTP by Mail

  57. Keerthana says:

    What are marks required for SC category out 300

  58. R.Nikhila Harshini says:

    Sir,do we have any possibility for corrections in application.Can you please suggest us in this regard.

  59. SINI says:

    Even if i qualify for jee 2023 mains, will i get admission in NIIT or IIIT if i do not have 75% marks in +2.

  60. William care says:

    What is the marks required for BC Catagory

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      For appearing in JEE Main 2023, you must have attained passing marks in 12th. However, for admission in IITs, CFTIs & NITs, students must have attained atleast of 75% marks in 12th conducted by respective boards.

  61. Aluri Venkata Sai Anirudh says:

    What are the colleges that I can apply with JEE Main score . Can I apply for IIIT Hyderabad with JEE main score.

  62. Zubair Shafi Malik says:

    I am in class 12th.can i eligible for JEE 2023 (January)

  63. Rajat kashyap says:

    75 percent criteria rahega ki nahi board ka

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      For admission into IITs, NITs, CFTIs, students must secure atleast of 75% marks in 12th conducted by respective boards (65% for ST/ SC).

  64. Ravineesh singh says:

    A iit jee aspirant how many times apper in jee mains examination

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      A candidate can appear for JEE Main exam six times in three consecutive year. One can give exam twice in the month of January & April 2023.

  65. Arpit pandey says:

    Is 75% applicable for dropper?

  66. ashwani says:

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge Sir, I am a student from science background at Quantum University which is located in Roorkee Uttarakhand we are planning admission of our cousin there because we are confident about the University but you have explained all the courses very well. Thankx for that.

  67. Alok singh Rana says:

    IIT ke liye EWS certificate state ka lagega ya central government ka

  68. Vishu says:

    Is this information real plz don’t miss guide anyone give true info.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      We have mentioned information as per the sources. However, official details are yet to release. You are advised to stay connected with us for the latest updates about the JEE Main 2023 examination.

  69. Saravanakumar says:

    What is meant by PWD certificate.
    I am having Udid certificate.
    Is it enough

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      It is mandatory to upload PwD certificate as per prescribed format by NTA. Though, you must wait for the authority to release JEE Main 2023 details.

  70. Devendra Kavade says:

    My son is going to appear in JEE exam 2023.we belong to SBC category in Maharashtra which is OBC in Central.We have NLC certificate with SBC Caste Certificate. Wheter it is necessary to obtain OBC certificate with NLC

  71. Yuvraj Hazarika says:

    If i am a repeater of class 12. could i apply for this?

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