JEE 2 Year Regular Program


  1. Units and Measurements:
    • Physical quantities and their measurement.
    • International system of units (SI).
    • Errors in measurement.
  2. Motion in a Straight Line and Motion in a Plane:
    • Scalars and vectors.
    • Uniform and non-uniform motion.
    • Projectile motion.
    • Laws of motion.
  3. Work, Energy, and Power:
    • Work done by a force.
    • Energy and its types (kinetic and potential).
    • Conservation of energy.
    • Power and its calculation.
  4. Systems of Particles and Rotational Motion:
    • Centre of mass and its motion.
    • Torque and angular momentum.
    • Rotational motion and its dynamics.
  5. Gravitation:
    • Universal law of gravitation.
    • Gravitational field.
    • Kepler's laws of planetary motion.
  6. Mechanical Properties of Solids and Fluids:
    • Stress and strain.
    • Elastic behavior of materials.
    • Pressure in fluids.
    • Pascal’s law and Archimedes’ principle.


  1. Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry:
    • Matter and its classification.
    • Laws of chemical combinations.
    • Atomic and molecular masses.
  2. Structure of Atom:
    • Subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons).
    • Atomic models (Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr).
    • Quantum mechanical model of the atom.
  3. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties:
    • Modern periodic table.
    • Trends in the modern periodic table.
    • Types of elements.
  4. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure:
    • Ionic and covalent bonds.
    • Lewis structure.
    • Molecular geometry and VSEPR theory.
  5. States of Matter: Gases and Liquids:
    • Properties of gases.
    • Gas laws (Boyle’s law, Charles’s law, Avogadro’s law).
    • Liquids and their properties.
  6. Chemical Thermodynamics:
    • Concepts of system, surroundings, and energy.
    • First law of thermodynamics.
    • Enthalpy and entropy.


  1. Diversity in the Living World:
    • Classification of living organisms.
    • Five-kingdom classification.
  2. Structural Organization in Animals and Plants:
    • Tissues, organs, and organ systems.
    • Morphology and anatomy of plants and animals.
  3. Cell Structure and Function:
    • Cell theory.
    • Structure and functions of cell organelles.
    • Cell division (mitosis and meiosis).
  4. Plant Physiology:
    • Transport in plants.
    • Mineral nutrition.
    • Photosynthesis and respiration.
  5. Human Physiology:
    • Digestion and absorption.
    • Breathing and exchange of gases.
    • Body fluids and circulation.
    • Excretory products and their elimination.


  1. Sets:
    • Sets and their representation.
    • Types of sets.
    • Operations on sets.
  2. Relations and Functions:
    • Types of relations.
    • Functions and their types.
    • Inverse of a function.
  3. Trigonometry:
    • Trigonometric ratios and identities.
    • Trigonometric equations.
    • Heights and distances.
  4. Principles of Mathematical Induction:
    • The principle of mathematical induction.
  5. Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations:
    • Complex numbers and their properties.
    • Quadratic equations and discriminant.
  6. Linear Inequalities:
    • Linear inequalities and their graphical representation.
  7. Permutations and Combinations:
    • Fundamental principle of counting.
    • Permutations and combinations.
  8. Binomial Theorem:
    • Binomial theorem and its applications.

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