What is the syllabus of JEE 2023

The JEE 2023 exam pattern is as follows; 90 Questions, 30 Questions from each of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

25 Multiple choice Questions carrying 3 Marks each and 5 Numerical type Questions carrying 5 Marks each.

Every subject carries 100 Marks each. So JEE 2023 will be for a total of 300 Marks.

The syllabus for JEE 2023 is as follows:


Physics and measurement

Rotational motion



Work, energy and power

Properties of solids and liquids


Laws of motion

Oscillations and waves

Electronic devices

Kinetic theory of gases

Current electricity

Communication systems

Electromagnetic induction and alternating currents

Magnetic effects of current and magnetism


Electromagnetic waves

Atoms and nuclei


Dual nature of matter and radiation

Physical Chemistry

Some basic concepts in chemistry

States of matter

Atomic structure

Chemical bonding and molecular structure

Chemical thermodynamics



Redox reactions and electrochemistry

Chemical kinetics

Surface chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Purification and characterisation of organic compounds


Chemistry in everyday life

Principles related to practical chemistry

Organic compounds containing halogens

Organic compounds containing oxygen

Organic compounds containing nitrogen


Some basic principles of organic chemistry


Inorganic Chemistry

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties


Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)

P Block elements group 13 to group 18 elements

d- and f - block elements

Coordination compounds

Environmental chemistry

General principles and processes of isolation of metals


Complex numbers and quadratic equations

Matrices and determinants

Sets, relations and functions

Mathematical induction

Permutations and combinations

Mathematical reasoning

Limit, continuity and differentiability

Integral calculus

Three-dimensional geometry

Differential equations

Binomial theorem and its simple applications

Sequence and Series

Vector algebra

Statistics and probability


Coordinate geometry