JEE Main Session 1 2024 Result Declared at

JEE Main Session 2 registration 2024 started at

The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is divided into two parts: JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced). During the year 2013, the AIEEE exam was replaced with the JEE examination. Aspirants who are looking to apply to the various undergraduate programs at the IITs, NITs, and other technical institutions that are funded by the Central and State Governments, can apply for JEE (Main).

After qualifying for JEE (Main), the engineering aspirants become eligible for admission in the different engineering colleges (except the IITs). Also, to apply for the JEE (Advanced) exam, the applicants have to first pass JEE (Main) to qualify. After qualifying for JEE (Advanced), the candidates can gain admission to the prestigious IITs.

As part of the admission process of the Centrally-Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) such as the IIITs, National Institutes of Technology (NITs), and other participating institutions, the merit list is drawn on the basis of 60 per cent weightage to the candidate’s JEE (Main) scores and 40% of their scores in the Class XII board or other equivalent exams.

JEE Mains Session 1 Scorecard Out – Direct Link

JEE Main 2024 Exam
Particulars Details
Name of the Exam JEE Main
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Level of Exam undergraduate (UG) Exam
Frequency of Exam Twice a year (January and April)
Exam Mode “Paper-1: Computer-based test (CBT)
Mathematics and Aptitude – computer-based test
Planning section (B.Plan) – computer-based test
Drawing test (B.Arch) – pen-and-paper-based exam
Courses offered BE/BTech, BArch, BPlan
Mode of Application Online
Official Web Portal and
JEE Main Session 1 Exam Dates
Event Dates
Release of JEE Main 2024 exam date notification 19 September
JEE Main 2023 Application Form Start Date 1 Nov 2023
Last Date to fill Application Form 4 Dec 2023
Last Date to pay the Application Fee 4 Dec 2023
JEE Main Session 1 Admit Card 3 days before the exam
Exam Date January 24, 2024 to February 1, 2024
IIT JEE result date for January session 12 Feb 2024
JEE Mains 2024 Exam Date Session 2
Events Date
JEE Main 2024 registration date 2-Feb-24
JEE Mains 2024 Application Form Last Date 2-Mar-24
Application form correction dates Mar-24
IIT JEE 2024 admit card release dates Apr-24
NTA JEE Main 2024 Exam Date April session April 4 to 15, 2024
NTA JEE Mains result date session 2 25-Apr-24

JEE Main result 2024 has been declared on 12 February 2024.  For more related details candidates can check the official site on

How to download JEE Main Result 2024
Step 1 Visit the official website at or
Step 2 Click on the link, “JEE Main session 1 ”
Step 3 A new page will appear on the display screen
Step 4 Key in your credentials and login
Step 5 The JEE Main session 1 result 2024  will be displayed on the screen
Step 6 Download the result and take its print out for future use.

JEE (Main): Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

To be eligible to apply for the JEE (Main) examination, the applicant is required to pass Class XII exams or other equivalent ones. Additionally, if they are appearing for the Class XII or equivalent exam, they can apply provisionally.

Nonetheless, the admission process of the stipulated institution ensues as per the prescribed guidelines that the AICTE lays down.

The following contains some of the qualifying exams for the JEE (Main) exam.

  • The +2 level exam is part of the 10+2 format of exams of any recognized Central or State Education Board. 
  • Pre-university exam or Intermediate exam that any recognized board/university conducts.
  • A 3-year or 4-year diploma program that the State Board of Technical Education or AICTE recognizes.


Any candidate who has taken the Class XII exam and wants to improve their scores for appearing for the JEE (Main) and JEE Advanced exams is required to appear for all subjects under the given stream from their respective boards.

JEE (Main): Syllabus

The JEE exam has questions from various subjects: Maths, Aptitude, Chemistry, and Physics.

JEE (Main): Exam Pattern

The JEE (Main) exam contains two question papers: Paper I and Paper II.


Candidates can choose to appear via two modes for JEE (Main) Paper-I. These include offline and online modes. The offline exam is conducted via pen and paper-based and the online exam is computer-based.

The JEE (Main) Paper-I is divided into Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. The candidates have to answer objective-type questions, with all three subjects getting equal weightage.


The authorities conduct the JEE (Main) Paper-II via pen and paper-based mode.

The JEE (Main) Paper II consists of sections including Maths Part-I, Aptitude Test Paper II, and Drawing Test Paper III. The Maths Part-I and Aptitude Test Paper II contain objective-type questions and the Drawing Test Paper III has questions to test the drawing aptitude of the aspirants.

For the following courses, the candidates have to appear for the respective exams.

  • B.Arch and B.Planning (not including the IITs): Paper-II
  • Other undergraduate programs: Paper-I

JEE (Main): Requisites

The candidates are advised to carry their respective Admit Card to the exam hall. With the Admit Card, they can establish their identity to the examiners. The Admit Cards are downloadable from the official website some days before the exam. The applicant has to download their respective ones to carry to the exam hall.

JEE (Main): Application Process

The official website of the JEE (Main) exam is The JEE (Main) aspirants have to apply online if they want to apply to the JEE (Main) examination.

Steps in the Application Process

  • The first step to applying to the JEE (Main) exam via the official website is to download the online application form and fill in the required details. Upon submitting the details, the system shows the confirmation page with the application number of the candidates.
  • Now, the applicant has to maintain a print copy of the confirmation page. Then, they have to attach their photograph and sign the form.
  • The confirmation page also has to be signed by the local guardian of the candidate and the Principal of the candidate’s last attended institution.
  • After completing the required formalities, the application is to be mailed to the office of the Executive Director of the JEE (Main) Secretariat. The application of the candidate has to reach the JEE (Main) Secretariat office prior to the given deadline.

JEE (Main): Examination Fee

Candidates who are appearing for JEE (Main) Paper-I and Paper-II have to pay the stipulated examination fee as part of their applications. They can make payment via Credit Card Debit Card or Demand Draft.

JEE (Main): Number of Attempts

Aspirants can attempt to clear the JEE (Main) exam three times in successive years.

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