Dec 21, 2021
The National Testing Agency is expected to organise the JEE Mains 2022 exams in the months of February, March, April, and May. And for this, it will release JEE Mains 2022 syllabus for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) and Paper 2 (B.Arch/B.Plan) on its website- jeemain.nta.nic.in
Aspirants can use the JEE Mains 2022 syllabus to prepare their timetables and preparation strategy. Also, candidates are advised to check the official JEE examination pattern and the previous year's question papers. Thus, practice lots of mock tests for JEE Mains 2022 to understand the examination pattern, difficulty level and JEE syllabus with weightage in a better way.
The JEE Mains Physics syllabus includes class 11th and 12th Physics and is divided into two sections:- Section A (constituting theory having 80% weightage) and Section B (containing practical part with 20% weightage). Cover the entire syllabus to score excellent marks.
|S.No.||Section A (Theory Part)|
|1.||Physics and measurement|
|5,||Work, energy and power|
|6.||Properties of solids and liquids|
|8.||Laws of motion|
|9.||Oscillations and waves|
|11.||Kinetic theory of gases|
|14.||Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents|
|15.||Magnetic effects of current and magnetism|
|18.||Atoms and nuclei|
|20.||Dual nature of matter and radiation|
The JEE Mains 2022 Chemistry syllabus is divided into three segments: Section A (Physical Chemistry), Section B (Inorganic Chemistry) and Section C (Organic Chemistry). It comprises class 11th and 12th Chemistry syllabus. Students are requested to cover the whole syllabus to score a good rank.
|Physical Chemistry||Inorganic Chemistry||Organic Chemistry|
|Basic concepts in chemistry||Classification of elements and periodicity in properties||Chemistry in everyday life|
|States of matter||Alkali and alkaline earth metals||Purification and characterisation of organic compounds|
|Chemical bonding and molecular structure||p-Block elements andGroup 13 to group 18 elements||Principles related to practical Chemistry|
|Chemical thermodynamics||d-and f-block elements||Organic compounds containing Halogens|
|Solutions||Coordination compounds||Organic compounds containing Oxygen|
|Equilibrium||General principles and processes of isolation of metals||Organic compounds containing Nitrogen|
|Chemical Kinetics||Environmental chemistry||Basic principles of Organic Chemistry|
|Redox reactions and Electrochemistry||Biomolecules|
Below is the list of entire Mathematics chapters included in the JEE Mains 2022 syllabus. Students are requested to cover all topics to score good marks.
|1.||Complex numbers and quadratic equations|
|2.||Matrices and determinants|
|3.||Sets, relations and functions|
|5.||Permutations and combinations|
|7.||Limit, continuity and differentiability|
|11.||Binomial theorem and its simple applications|
|12.||Sequence and Series|
|14.||Statistics and probability|
The JEE Mains 2022 syllabus for B.Arch has three sections: Mathematics, Aptitude and Drawing. The syllabus of Mathematics is the same as of B.Tech syllabus, and the Aptitude and Drawing Syllabus is mentioned below:
|Unit-1||Awareness of persons, objects, buildings, and materials.Texture related to Architecture and build-environment.Visualising different sides of three-dimensional objects.Visualising three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional drawings.Analytical reasoning mental ability (visual, numerical and verbal).|
|Unit-2||3D perception: understanding and appreciation of scale and proportions of objects, building forms and elements, colour texture harmony and contrast. Transformation of forms in the 2D and 3D union, subtraction rotation.Design and drawing of geometrical and abstract shapes and patterns in pencil. Development of surfaces and volumes,Generation of plans, elevations and 3D views of objects.Creating 2D and 3D compositions using given shapes and forms.|
|Unit-1||Sketching of scenes and activities from memory of urbanscape (recreational spaces, street scenes, market, public space, festivals, monuments, etc.)Landscape (jungles, riverfronts, gardens, plants, trees etc.) & rural life.|
B.Planning paper contains 105 questions (you have to answer only 100 questions) and has three sections: Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning. All questions in Maths, Aptitude and Planning sections carry equal weightage. The Maths syllabus is the same as that of the B.Tech Maths paper, and the aptitude syllabus is also similar to the B.Arch paper. Following is the syllabus for the planning section:
|General knowledge questionsKnowledge about government programs, development issues, prominent cities etc.|
|Nationalism in India, the idea of nationalism, pre-modern world, 19th-century global economy, colonialism and colonial cities.Resources and development, industrialisation, types of resources, water, agriculture, minerals, industries, national economy; Human SettlementsThe constitution of India, Power-sharing, political parties, federalism, democracy, Economic development- economic sectorsPovertyGlobalisation and the concept of developmentSocial exclusion and inequalityPopulation structure, urbanisation, rural development, colonial cities.|
|Map reading skills, distance, scale, direction, area etc.Comprehension (unseen passage).Critical reasoning: understanding of charts, tables and graphs.Basic concepts of statistics and quantitative reasoning.|
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