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JEE Main 2021 B. Planning Exam Pattern (Revised), Marking Scheme, Sample Questions, Tips, Career Scope

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NTA introduced a separate paper for B. Planning last year, candidates from this year can choose to attempt either B. Planning or B. Arch, or both of these papers of JEE Main. JEE Main B. Planning Paper is conducted for a duration of 3.5 hours.

JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Exam Pattern has gone major changes with the reduction in CBSE syllabus. As per the revised JEE Main Exam Pattern, there will be a total of 105 questions of which students will need to answer 100 questions. The total marks however will remain the same as last year i.e., 400 marks.

Latest Updates

  • April 20, 2021: JEE Main B.Plan Question Papers slot-wise for previous years available. Download Here
  • April 18, 2021: JEE Main April Session Postponed, new dates yet to be released by NTA. Read More

For this year, there has been an increase in the number of NAT questions for Mathematics section. Students will be provided with a total of 10 questions (which was 5 last year) and they will have a choice of answering any five. Check Changes in JEE Main B.Planning Exam Pattern

Candidates will be tested based on their Aptitude, Mathematics, and Problem-solving based on planning. The Aptitude section holds the most weightage with 50 questions, followed by 25 in Mathematics and 25 Planning-based questions. The paper is administered online, in the Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode.


B. Plan Exam Pattern

JEE Main 2021 B. Planning Exam Pattern

Particulars 2021 2020
Mode of Exam Computer-Based Test
Marking Scheme MCQs: +4 for each correct answer and -1 for any wrong answer
NAT questions: +4 for the correct answer, 0 for an incorrect answer
Duration of Exam 3.5 hours
Language of Exam (Revised) English, Hindi, Urdu (All Center Cities)
Regional Languages
Hindi, English, and Gujarati (only for centers in Gujarat, Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli)
Type of Questions MCQs and Numerical Answer Type (NAT)
Sections 

Mathematics (30 questions- 20 MCQs + 10 NAT);
Aptitude (50 MCQs);
Planning-based questions (25 MCQs)

Mathematics (25 questions- 20 MCQs + 5 NAT);
Aptitude (50 MCQs);
​Planning-based questions (25 MCQs)
Total Number of Questions (Revised) 105 (Mathematics- 30; Aptitude- 50; Planning- 25) 100 (Mathematics- 25; Aptitude- 50; Planning- 25)
Questions to be Answered (Revised) 100 (Mathematics- 25; Aptitude- 50; Planning- 25) 100 (Mathematics- 25; Aptitude- 50; Planning- 25)
Total Marks 400

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Importance of Knowing the Exam Paper Pattern

The knowledge of the B. Planning paper pattern of JEE Main is extremely essential as you can find a clear understanding of the amount of effort you will have to allocate for each section according to the expected number of questions. Candidates often end up making time tables that are not as productive. The accurate information of the exam pattern shall save you the headache of investing in the wrong direction. The knowledge of the marking scheme and nature of questions will also help you formulate paper attempting tricks. 

How are Separate Papers for B. Arch and B. Planning Helpful for the Candidates?

For applicants, the presence of separate papers for B.Arch and B.Planning is very beneficial since the papers vary according to each course's requirements. Students can choose to attempt either one of these papers, or both. The Mathematics and Aptitude sections are common to B.Arch and B.Planning papers because fluency in these topics is necessary for admission to both courses. The third part, however, differs in these two papers. The B.Arch paper has questions appropriate for B.Arch courses while B.Planning has questions specifically relevant to B.Planning courses in the Planning-based questions section. 

Registration trend for B. Planning January 2020 session was as follows:

B. Planning Registration Trend

Changes Made in Exam Pattern

Changes Introduced in JEE Main 2020 B.Planning Exam Pattern

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Pattern 

  • The B. Planning paper (Paper 3) will be conducted in the Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode. 
  • Unlike the previous year, the total number of questions that will be asked in B.Planning will be 105 with the addition of 5 more Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions in the Mathematics section. Students will however need to answer 100 questions only that will be divided into three sections:​
    • Section I - Mathematics
    • Section II - Aptitude
    • Section III - Planning-based questions
  • Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions for the Mathematics section will have no negative marking. 
  • The maximum possible marks are 400. 
Section Total Number of Questions Questions to be Answered Maximum Marks Type of Questions
Mathematics 30 (20 + 10) 25 (20 + 5) 100 20 Objective Type (MCQs) and 10 Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions
Aptitude Test 50 50 200 Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Planning-based 25 25 100 Objective Type - Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Total 105 100 400 -

Different papers for B. Arch and B. Planning 

Until 2019, B.Arch and B.Planning papers were viewed as one. For the candidates who wish to particularly apply for B.Planning courses, for the first time in JEE Mains’ history, a separate exam was organized in 2020. Therefore, JEE Main 2021 will be handled in three parts - 

  • B.E / B. Tech Paper 1 
  • B. Arch Paper 2 
  • B. Planning Paper 3 

Now, students have the option to appear for either one, two, or all three papers according to their choice.


Marking Scheme

Marking Scheme of JEE Main 2021 B.Planning Paper

  • Total Number of Questions Asked: 105 questions
  • Total Number of Questions to be Answered: 100 questions
  • Maximum Marks: 400 marks (Mathematics: 100; Aptitude: 200; Planning: 100)
Type of Questions For Each Correct Answer For Each Incorrect Answer For Each Unanswered Question
For MCQs +4  -1 0
For NAT +4 0 0

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Jan 2020 Paper Analysis

B. Planning Paper Analysis of JEE Main January 2020 Session

The JEE Main B. Planning exam was conducted over two shifts in one day on January 6, 2020. 

Shifts Exam Start Exam End
Shift I 09:30 AM 12:30 PM
Shift II 02:30 PM 05:30 PM

JEE Main 2020 Shift I Day 1 (January 6, 2020)

Shift 1 of the JEE Main 2020 session of January successfully began on January 6 , 2020. The Mathematics section was found to be the hardest, based on the candidates' initial reactions. The exam's general level of difficulty was moderate to difficult.

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Mathematics

The level of difficulty of the Mathematics section was found to be very high by the test-takers. Questions were asked from the maths syllabus of Class 11 and 12. However, according to a majority of the candidates, a higher weightage was given to the class 11 syllabus in the Mathematics section. Several questions appeared from topics like 3D coordinate geometry and distance. The number of questions asked from topics such as integration and differentiation was low. 

JEE Main B. Planning Aptitude

When compared to the Mathematics section, the Aptitude section was considered to be easier by the test-takers. Mirror image and 3D figures were some of the topics from which questions were asked. Some questions from the Aptitude section were regarding the location of the Konark temple, correct size of a door, and the texture of a mirror. 

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Planning

The Planning section continued online. 25 questions in MCQ form were asked in the Planning section. The Planning section was considered easy. 

JEE Main 2020 Shift II Day 1 (January 6, 2020)

The JEE Main 2020 afternoon shift for B.Planning was scheduled between 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM. Candidates considered the Mathematics section to be the toughest. The difficulty level of the paper was moderate to difficult. 

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Mathematics

According to test-takers, the Mathematics section was difficult. 4 Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions were asked. Many of the questions asked were from the Class 11 syllabus. The questions from calculus were quite difficult.

JEE Main B. Planning Aptitude

The Aptitude section was of a moderate difficulty level. A few questions in this section consisted of designs and candidates were required to determine how they would look from different views. 

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Planning

The Planning section continued online and was considered to be easy. The questions in this section included topics like Ministers and the Government. Questions such as - “Who is the architect of the LIC building?” were also asked.


Paper Attempting Tricks

Paper Attempting Tricks for JEE Main B. Planning

Trick 1 - Read through the B. Planning paper 

When you get the JEE main B. Planning paper, read through it and find out the easy and moderately difficult questions. Ensure that you answer them first so that you will not miss out on a good score later due to failure in attempting all the easy questions. It is highly recommended that you attempt the Planning section first because it is usually the easiest of all three sections.

Also Read How to prepare for JEE Main B. Planning Paper?

Trick 2 - Do not spend a lot of time on a single question

You must take care not to spend more than 5 minutes on MCQs and NAT questions in the B. Planning paper. If you fail to do so, you will lag behind and will be unable to answer the whole paper within 3 hours. You will also be left with no time to recheck your answers. If at any point you are unable to answer a question, go on to attempt the next one. You can mark the difficult questions and get back to them at the end of the paper. 

Trick 3 - Stay confident and optimistic

Keeping up your confidence and positivity with regard to your preparation is very essential. Panicking will cause you to blank out when you receive the question paper. You have to believe that you have put in adequate preparation for the B. Planning paper. 

Trick 4 - Steer clear from making random guesses in MCQs

MCQs are given negative marking in the JEE Main B. Planning paper. You must ensure that you do not answer these questions in a random manner. If you cannot find an answer to a question even at the end, leave it answered. 

Trick 5 - Pay attention to details in the questions

Do not allow panic to interfere with your reading of the questions. You must focus on every minute detail of every question in order to be able to answer correctly. 

Trick 6 - Make use of rough work

Carry out your rough work in a comprehensible manner. Soiled rough work will lead to confusion and further complication of a problem. Ensure that you mark your rough work according to the question numbers so that you can find it easily later. 

Trick 7 - Check your answers 

It is very crucial for you to check your answers in the JEE Main B. Planning paper. Especially in the planning section, you must make sure to revisit your answers. 


Sample Questions

JEE Main B. Planning Sample Questions

  1. The full form of UTM is - 
    1. Universal Transverse Mercator
    2. United Travel Mechanism
    3. Universal Target Machine
    4. Universal Transverse Machine
  2. When was the Earth Summit held?
    1. 990
    2. 1991
    3. 1992
    4. 1994
  3. What is the median of these values ( 2,4,3,2,9,75,29 )?
    1. 2
    2. 4
    3. 9
    4. 5
  4. Which organization manages the solid waste in a city?
    1. Municipal corporation/committee/municipality
    2. Public Works Department
    3. Development Authority
    4. Town and Country Planning Organisation
  5. If C is a circle with a diameter that is formed by a line segment of the line 3x + 2y = 6 intercepted by coordinate axes, at which point does C also pass through?
    1. (2,2)
    2. (1,1)
    3. (2,3)
    4. (3,2)
  6. Any tangent to the parabola x-square = 4y intersects the hyperbola xy = 2 at points P and Q. Then, the midpoint of line segment PQ rests on a parabola with axis along - 
    1. x-axis and focus on positive x-axis
    2. y-axis and focus on positive y-axis
    3. x-axis and focus on negative x-axis
    4. y-axis and focus on negative y-axis
  7. Match Group I with Group II
    1. Shimla Cantonment Hill
    2. Mhow Hill Town
    3. Kochi Port Town
  8. Which one of these programs is relevant to the development of heritage cities?
    1. HRIDAY
    2. Digital India
    3. Make in India
    4. Skill India
  9. The symbols on a map that are a representation of Earth’s physical features are known as?
    1. legend
    2. grid
    3. key
    4. scale

JEE Main B. Planning Syllabus 2021

MHRD’s announcement of 30% reduction in CBSE class XI and XII syllabus led to changes in JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern. However, no changes have been announced for JEE Main Syllabus so far.

JEE Main B. Planning Mathematics Syllabus

Topic Name
Sets, relations, and functions Integral calculus Sequences and series
Complex numbers and quadratic equations Differential equations Limit, continuity, and differentiability
Matrices and determinants Coordinate geometry Trigonometry
Permutations and combinations Three-dimensional geometry Mathematical reasoning
Mathematical induction Vector algebra -
Binomial theorem and its simple applications Statistics and probability -

JEE Main B. Planning Aptitude Syllabus

Serial Number Topic Name
1 Awareness of persons, places, buildings, materials
2 Objects, texture related to architecture and built environment
3 Visualizing three-dimensional objects from two-dimensional drawings
4 Visualizing different sides of three-dimensional objects
5 Analytical Reasoning Mental Ability (Visual, Numerical and Verbal)

JEE Main B. Planning (Planning-based Section) Syllabus

Serial Number Topic Name
1 General awareness, government programs/schemes, development issues
2 Comprehension, graphs, charts and map reading skills, critical thinking and analytical skills, simple statistics
3 CBSE Class X Social Sciences

Career Scope for JEE Main B. Planning Paper

B.Planning is a four-year undergraduate course, after 10 + 2. It deals with the experience of small and large scale planning. Whether it is small towns or localities, or a full state or country, a planner needs to formulate a site plan to ensure a seamless incorporation of the different requirements of all those who will occupy the city. JEE Main B. Planning Paper 3 will let you get into the top B. Planning courses in the country. 

What after B. Planning?

You have the following options after B. Planning - 

  1. Study M. Planning 
  2. Pursue relevant M.Sc or M.Tech courses 
  3. Take up a PG Diploma course
  4. Work in planning jobs

Job Opportunities for B. Planning 

There are several career opportunities for B. Planning graduates. They involve working in - 

Public Sector

  • Government departments of urban and town planning
  • Housing schemes operated by the Government
  • Government transportation projects like highways, metros, and railways
  • Administration creation and rehabilitation projects
  • PWD employment posts
  • Municipal conglomerate job posts 

Private Sector 

  • Realty development firms
  • Construction firms
  • Architecture and interior design firms
  • Public structure construction firms (PPP model- like roads and bridges etc)
  • NGOs

There are also self-employment opportunities through which you can start your own consultancy service. 

Some of the popular job titles for B. Planning graduates are - 

Job Title Job Description Approximate Beginners Annual Pay (in INR)
Urban Planner An urban planner is anyone who designs land use plans and initiatives, develops neighbourhoods, supports development, or revitalizes public infrastructure in counties, towns, cities, and metropolitan areas. 5,44,000
Regional Planner Regional planners design land-use policies and services that help build neighbourhoods, provide space for population development and revitalize public infrastructure in towns, cities, counties, and metropolitan areas.  6,00,000
Project Planner  Project planners or project managers collaborate with business managers to monitor and guide the development of a project, ensuring that tasks are completed within a given timeline under budget limits and adequate personnel.  3,51,000
Design Architect Design architects produce designs for new construction projects, improvements and redevelopments. They use their professional architectural experience and high-level drawing skills to design practical, healthy, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing buildings. 3,90,000
Interior Designer Interior Designers understand the particular taste and aesthetic needs of a client to dress up interior space with colour, lighting and furnishings. 2,99,000

Frequently Asked Questions

JEE Main B. Planning Paper Pattern FAQs

Question: What is the difference between B.Arch and B. Planning papers?

Ans. The B.Arch paper is Paper 2 of JEE Main while B. Planning is Paper 3 of JEE Main. Paper 2 and Paper 3 have the same Mathematics and Aptitude section to be attempted online. Section III is different in both these papers. B. Arch has Drawing Test-based questions to be attempted offline while B. Planning has Planning-based questions to be attempted online in Section III. B.Arch provides admission to B.Arch courses while B.Planning provides admission to B.Planning courses in the country. 

Question: How do I prepare for JEE Main B. Planning?

Ans. To prepare for JEE Main B. Planning - 

  • Read from textbooks of Classes 11 and 12 for the Mathematics section. 
  • Divide topics into weekly and monthly segments and set practical goals in your study plan.
  • Practice your observation skills to score well in the Aptitude section.
  • Refer to a sufficient number of Planning books to ace the Planning section.
  • Utilize flashcards and revision notes. 
  • Attempt an adequate number of sample questions, previous years’ papers, and mock tests. 

Question: Which are the best books for Planning?

Ans. The best books for Planning are - 

  • Contemporary India Part – 2 Textbook in Geography for Class 10 by NCERT 
  • Democratic Politics – II Textbook in Social Science for Class 10 by NCERT
  • Understanding Economic Development – Textbook in Social Science for Class 10 by NCERT
  • India and the Contemporary World – 2 Textbook in History for Class 10 by NCERT

Question: Is JEE Main B. Planning easy?

Ans. JEE Main B. Planning has a moderate to high difficulty level. The Mathematics section is generally very tough with MCQs and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. The Aptitude section is of a moderate difficulty level. The Planning section is usually quite easy. 

Question: How many questions are asked in JEE Main Paper 3?

Ans. JEE Main 2021 B.Planning (or Paper 3) Exam Pattern has been revised. A total of 105 questions will be asked in JEE Main Paper 3. Students will need to answer 100 questions. The paper will be divided into three sections - the Mathematics section that will have 30 questions (20 MCQs and 10 NAT questions) and students will need to answer 25 (20 MCQs and 5 NAT questions); the Aptitude section with 50 MCQs; and the Planning section with 25 MCQs. Students need to answer all questions in aptitude and planning section.

Question: Does JEE Main B. Planning have negative marking?

Ans. Yes, JEE Main B.Planning has many questions with negative marking. There are two types of questions in the paper - MCQs and Numerical Answer Type(NAT) questions. 95 MCQs are asked from the Mathematics (20), Aptitude (50), and Planning (25) sections. There will be 10 NAT questions in Mathematics section, students will need to answer only 5 questions. MCQs have negative marking while NAT questions do not. For MCQs, 4 marks are given for a correct answer and 1 mark is reduced for an incorrect answer. NAT questions are given +4 if correct and 0 if incorrect. 

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College.

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Ques. What are the basic criteria required for joining PEC Chandigarh?

● Top Answer By Shobhna Chaturvedi on 02 May 21

Ans. Below are the procedures to get admission in undergraduate courses at PEC Chandigarh.  You will have to score at least 75% in your board exam, it is the basic criteria to appear in JEE Main. Appear and secure a good score in JEE Main. You will get three consecutive attempts for JEE Main. Admission at PEC is purely based on JEE Main score. You can check the recent cutoff for PEC on the official website to get an idea of what to expect. All the qualified candidates have to participate in the counseling process and they are allotted seats as per the rank secured in JEE Main and choices elected by them. If you are applying for admission one year after your 10+2, you will need to produce a gap year certificate during counseling. So, these are some eligibility criteria for you to keep a note of.Read more
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Ques. What exam must one clear and with what cutoff to get into IIIT Hyderabad?

● Top Answer By suyashi choubey on 19 Mar 21

Ans. There are different examinations to get admission at IIIT Hyderabad. The mode of admission at the institute is as follows.  JEE Main: Ensure that you score 270+ in the JEE Main to get a seat in a course of your interest. Through this mode, you can even take admission for all branches except CLD, CHD. Test and Interview: If you want to get a seat in the CLD or CHD course can definitely go for this mode of admission.  In this mode, you will experience at first a test and after that, all who clear the test will be called for a Personal Interview.  However, there is no definite cutoff for the test, but you need to give your personal best to qualify for the interview. NTSE, KVPY: First, you have to clear a test. Those who qualify for the test are called for a Personal Interview.  From there, candidates are selected for admission. However, this mode of admission is for the CND course only. DASA mode: This mode is especially meant for the students who have studied 11th and 12th(or equivalent) outside India and are valid foreign passport holders. Generally, all branches accept admission through this mode.  A valid SAT II score of above 2000 is a must-needed criterion. SAT I score is taken into consideration in case of ties. Olympiad mode: This mode is only applicable for students who have been selected for training in Science and Linguistics to represent India in International Olympiads.  In this mode, students are chosen through a Personal Interview. Admissions are granted for CSD, ECD, CND, BSD, and CLD branches. Lateral Entry:  In order to get a seat through this mode of admission, there is a test and a personal interview round. Generally, children are admitted to the second year in IIIT-H through lateral entry. As what other colleges teach in 2 years, IIIT-H teaches in the first year itself. This mode of admission is meant for students who have completed their first two years of engineering in either Computer Science or Electronics branch from any other college. Students are admitted to the CSD branch if they were in the Computer Science branch in their college or to ECD if they were in the Electronics branch.Read more
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Ques. Which one is better, dropping a year for the BITSAT and JEE, or joining universities such as LPU or Amity?

● Top Answer By Rupesh Biswas on 12 Feb 21

Ans. Every candidate has their own perspectives and reasons for dropping a year or opting for a degree in any institute. It entirely depends upon your thoughts and decisions, and what you actually want from your career. The points mentioned below can be considered as a set of guidelines that would help to choose the right path. There are several choices which you can make in case of admission. You can prefer a good renowned government college and take any available stream in it, or a good private college (BITS, Thapar, etc) and choose your favorite stream. Considering the fact that you are comfortable with the high fees of the private institutes. Having an educational gap (drop) of one year is not a bad thing for a future career. Most candidates get to learn a lot of things from the self-available time, even some have genuine reasons for the drop. So, if you are extremely passionate about a stream, it is absolutely all-right to drop for a year. Check for the 50% quota for insiders in your home state NIT. If present, it will increase the chances of getting some stream in it. Usually, it is considered that the stream matters much less. What matters is the college name tag. There are several other institutes like Punjab University, UIET, etc which provide good infrastructure and opportunities. JAC is a committee for counseling in some good institutes in Chandigarh. These are some of the basics tips that would help you in the decision-making process.Read more
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Ques. Which is better: JEE or BITSAT?

● Top Answer By Aniket Atul Mahulikar on 20 Jan 21

Ans. Both JEE and BITSAT are competitive entrances and comparing the two is not a good decision. Instead, try to focus on understanding the basics and concepts since the syllabus for the two entrances is pretty much the same. If you prepare religiously for JEE Advanced then you will be able to ace all engineering entrance exams including JEE Main and BITSAT. The table given below gives a brief comparison of the exams: Exam JEE Advanced BITSAT Mode of Exam Computer-based Test Computer-based Test Duration 3 Hours 3 Hours Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions, Numerical Aptitude Questions Multiple Choice Questions Negative Marking Yes Yes  Syllabus Physics, Chemistry, Maths Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English and Logical Reasoning  JEE Preparation: JEE Advanced paper includes questions primarily from Physics, Chemistry and Maths, thus, try to give these topics enough time and practice.  While it is best to focus on JEE Advanced, it is equally important to prepare for BITSAT since the exam syllabus contains not only Physics, Chemistry, and Maths but also English and Logical Reasoning. BITSAT Preparation: Cracking BITSAT is all about technique and speed so try to practice online mock tests, previous year papers, and cover topics like English and Logical Reasoning to score better in the exams.  You should devote at least 3 months to BITSAT, three months are enough if you have a clear understanding of your basics and a strong foundation. Try not to compare the two exams; instead, focus on clearing your basics with the aim of cracking JEE Advanced so that you can score well in both JEE and BITSAT.Read more
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Ques. Which books have you used for the JEE Main and the BITSAT?

● Top Answer By Sudeshna Bhar on 20 Jan 21

Ans. There are several books you can refer to for the preparation of JEE Main and BITSAT exams. But the most important thing to do is to focus on NCERTs and practice online mock tests, previous year question papers, and question banks for every subject. It is equally important to study the exam pattern, type of questions, and syllabus of JEE Main and BITSAT before purchasing any reference book.  Subjectwise Books for JEE Main and BITSAT- Physics: Concepts of Physics by H.C. Verma: The best book for Physics. The book contains several practice questions for you to solve. Fundamental Physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker: It contains all the relevant topics. Understanding Physics by DC Pandey: This is the ideal book for JEE entrances; it covers all the relevant questions and topics.  Prep Guide to BITSAT by Arihant publications is a good book for BITSAT. Chemistry: Physical Chemistry: Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by RC Mukherjee. It contains several practice questions for your reference. Organic Chemistry: A book by Paula Y. Bruice: It is the best for clearing doubts and building a strong foundation in Organic Chemistry. Inorganic Chemistry: Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D.Lee: The book covers all the relevant topics and contains several questions The Cengage set of 6 books by KS Verma. Mathematics: New Pattern JEE Mathematics Arihant Publications by SK Goyal. Algebra, Different Calculus, Integral Calculus, Vector, and 3D Geometry by Arihant Publication. A problem book in mathematical Analysis by G.N. Berman Mathematics for JEE Advanced by G.Tewani IIT Mathematics for JEE by M.L. Khanna. Play with graphs by Amit Agrawal. Algebra by G Tewani All these books are great reference books for BITSAT and JEE Main but you must try to focus on NCERTs and practicing questions.Read more
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Comments


20 Comments
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karan rathod
Will Paper 3 of the JEE exam place in multiple phases too?
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sinbad chongtham

Yes, Paper 3 of JEE Main exam will be conducted in three phases. Phase 1 will be on Mathematics with a total score of 100, Phase 2 is a 200 mark Aptitude test, and Phase 3 will be based on Planning Based Objective types for another 100 marks. Total time duration for Paper 3 is three hours.

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neha
How many questions are from maths?
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aniket ranjan

Hii Neha, Greetings from collegedunia. In Mathematics Section there are total 30 Questions from which 20 are Objective Type (MCQs) and 10 are Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. 

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nafisa khatoon
How many questions are asked only on planning?
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aniket ranjan

Hii Nafisa, Greetings from collegedunia. There are total 25 Questions that are based on Planning. For more details visit:- JEE MAIN PATTERN

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sandesh kumar
How many seats are there in Maharashtra for B.Planning course?
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diya suresh

Hi Sandesh, There are many colleges in Maharashtra accepting score of JEE Main for admission to B.Planning course. It is therefore requested to specify the college or at least region in the state so that accurate answers can be given. Some of the colleges includes:

  • College of Engineering, Pune
  • Amity University Mumbai
  • CSMU Navi Mumbai
  • GHRU Amravati

To know more details visit JEE Main 2021.

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shaik kabeer
Who conducted the JoSAA Counselling 2020?
M
manika gupta

Hi, JoSAA is the counselling authority which consists of representatives from JAB and CSAB and conducts the counselling. Step 1 - Registration for the counselling: Students had to register in online mode for participating in the JoSAA 2020 counselling. For more information, please refer, JoSAA Counselling.

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rashmi
Can I apply for the exam after being 4 times failure?
M
manika gupta

Hi, Students can appear in the exam four times in a year. Also, students can appear in JEE Main in three consecutive years from the year of passing their class 12 exam. NTA has not mandated any criteria for age of candidates appearing for the JEE Main. For more information, please refer, JEE Main.

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jatin sharma
Which book can help me in this
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gurpreet singh

Hi Jatin

You can visit on our official website of JEE Main Preparation Books to find some of the important books which will help you for your preparation for the exam. You  will also get the preparation tips for the exam.

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riya gupta
Which all chapters from physics can i skip ?
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nitika
How many marks questions comes from chemistry physics and maths?
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aniket ranjan

Hii Nitika, since JEE Main 2021 Exam Pattern has been revised, The Physics, Chemistry and Maths Sections will now consist of 30 questions each and all three of these subjects will have two sections. For more details visit:- JEE MAIN PATTERN

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ashish singh
What is the fees of B planning course?
M
manika gupta

Hi, Bachelor of Planning is a 4 years long regular and full-time course in planning and development that involves a candidate in learning the planning and execution of urban development and planning through a detailed and thorough range of subjects that involves engineering, planning, statistical analysis, critical software management capacity, and practical knowledge-based learning. The fees of the course is INR 1 to 2 LPA per year.

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ambar ahirawar
Is there any difference between B planning and B Arch?
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aniket ranjan

Hii Ambar, Greetings from collegedunia. There is Big difference between these two Program. B.Arch involves the most basic to the advanced levels of architecture where as B.Planning involves ultimate planning techniques. The course duration of both Programs are also different as one is of 4 year and other is of 5 year. For more details Click Here

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kashish tomar
How many colleges in India offer B planning?
M
manika gupta

Hi, In B.Arch/ B. Planning course and there are 331 seats. These institutes offer admission based on Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB). For more information, please refer, B.Planning Colleges.

N
nishu
Is B-planning course of 5 years?
R
rohan bharti
What is the syllabus?
M
manika gupta

Hi, JEE Main syllabus for Paper 1 encompasses topics/chapters studied by students in 10+2th standard qualifying examination. On the other hand, JEE Main Paper 2 for BArch will comprise questions from Mathematics and Aptitude. A drawing test will also be conducted. On the other hand, Paper 3 will consist of Mathematics, Aptitude and Planning Based Questions.

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mizna harmain
What is asked in JEE B. planning paper planning section?
S
swati srivastava

Hi Mizna, Greetings from Collegedunia. JEE MAIN exam is conducted for B. planning also. For the syllabus of JEE B. planning please visit: JEE MAIN SYLLABUS

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anuj singh chauhan
What is the syllabus of paper 3?
G
gurpreet singh

Hi Anuj

To know the syllabus of JEE Main exam you can visit on JEE Main Exam Syllabus to know all the syllabus for each subject and paper.

P
prahasti
What is the difference between B planning and B arch?
G
gurpreet singh

Hi Prashasti

The number of questions in each exams are different but the Maths and apptitude are somewhat same for both the exam there is a third section in both the exam which is totally different in each paper. You can visit on JEE Main Exam Pattern to know the complete difference between both the exams.

R
riyaz
What is the difference in syllabus of Barch and Bplanning course?
M
manika gupta

Hi, B. Arch is a full-time 5 years course that gives students future job scopes in various aspects as an architect whereas B. Plan is a 4 years long stream of study that produces future planning professionals in urban development sectors.

S
sadim ansari
What is the syllabus of B planning?
M
manika gupta

Hi, The aim of the course is also to prepare students for competitive business instilling general subjects as Fundamentals of Urban and Regional Planning, Culture and Technology, Ecology, Evolution of Aesthetics, Basic Architectural Design, Environment and Resource Development and Management.

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muheshraaj
What is the difference in pattern of B planning and B Arch?
S
swati srivastava

Hi Muheshraaj, B Planning teaches planning techniques whereas B Arch educates along artistic lines. For more details viist: JEE MAIN 2020