National Testing Agency (NTA) has recently released a public notice stating the test details on JEE Main 1( January exam) 2019. It has clearly specified the subjects, mode and the timings for both the papers. As clarified earlier, JEE Main 1 (January session) will be conducted for both undergraduate level engineering courses as well as for architecture and planning courses.

As per the notification released, candidates, appearing for Paper 1( BE/ B.Tech courses) needs to attempt questions from mathematics, physics and chemistry sections, whereas candidates appearing for Paper 2( B.Arch/ B. Planning) need to attempt questions from mathematics, aptitude, and drawing sections. Paper 1 will be fully a computer-based test while Paper 2 will be conducted partially in online and partially in offline mode.


All candidates willing to appear for Paper 1 will be required to appear for JEE Main 1 in two-time shifts. The first shift will commence at 9:30 am and ends at 12:30 pm and the second shift will be starting at 2:30 pm and ending at 5:30 pm, making it a paper of 3 hours. For candidates wishing to appear for Paper 2, there will be only one-time sitting.

This is the official notice released for JEE Main( January ) applicants, similarly, another notice will be released by NTA for JEE Main( April) session, which will be conducted from April 6, 2019, to April 20, 2019. On the basis of the AIR(All India Rank), candidates will be provided admissions to various engineering or architecture courses across NIITs, IIITs, and CFTIs, the next academic session.

After NTA has come into the picture, JEE Main will be conducted to times, a year providing candidates a fair chance to score. Interested candidates can apply for both the sessions and apply with the better rank or marks to JEE Advanced or to various college admission purpose. For JEE Main 2019 (January session), the registration starts tomorrow i.e September 01, 2018 some time around noon. And the application window will be active till September 30, 2018.

Also, note that the student’s registration for test practice centers will also go live tomorrow over the official website of NTA. Candidates can avail this facility by getting themselves registered, all free of cost.