JEE Main Physics Sample Paper 2022, Download PDF with Solutions

JEE Main Physics Sample Paper 2022, Download PDF with Solutions 1

JEE Mains Physics Sample Paper 2022, Download PDF with Solutions.

JEE Main Solved Physics Sample Paper based on the latest pattern and syllabus is available in this article. It will help in increasing your marks in the upcoming examination.

It is very important for engineering aspirants to get familiar with the pattern and difficulty level of the question paper before appearing for JEE Main exam. Students can easily do this by practicing sample papers and previous years’ question papers. It also helps students to assess their preparation and time management. Students must attempt sample paper based on the latest pattern and syllabus.

JEE Main Sample Question Paper PDF

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JEE Mains 2022 Details

Why should students solve sample papers?

1. To aware about paper pattern

2. To check the preparedness and evaluate performance.

3. To improve speed and accuracy

4. To boost self-confidence

5. To know about the strength and weaknesses

JEE Main 2022: Happening in March? Exam strategies to score maximum

JEE Main 2022: Happening in March? Exam strategies to score maximum 2

Due to elections and Covid-19 situation, the NTA has suggested postponing the exam, and it is likely to take place in the last week of March.

The National Testing Agency is looking forward to announcing the date for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) mains in 2022. Aspirants preparing for it are eagerly waiting for the date. Due to the elections and COVID-19 situation, the National Testing Agency has suggested postponing the exam, and it is likely to take place in the last week of March. This has given students the advantage of being able to prepare for exams in a more efficient manner without causing havoc or missing out on important topics.

In the month of January, most students complained that they had less time, but finally, more time is there with them, and they can prepare for it by keeping all the basics and advanced concepts in consideration.

The new plan, motivation, and discussion considering JEE mains 2022:

New plan for aspirants:

Aspirants need to be sure that this gap before the examination is not for fun. They need to prepare well for the examination and follow the best tips like:

Long chapters are important to prepare. Be sure to pay attention to all the concepts in detail and consider some self-made questions. Covering the long chapters is easy through the notes and material you have received in the coaching. Some students have gone for tuition as well. The same notes are also helpful in focusing on long chapters. Cover them by heart and learn all the tips and tricks too.

Analyze the exam pattern and go for self-made questions. The self-made questions are helpful for you to determine your caliber considering the exam and how well you are preparing for it. Don’t go beyond the syllabus because this can be time-consuming and a waste of time too.

If you can, be part of crash courses if you can, and follow the strategies as the teachers are suggesting so that you will be able to do well in the exams.

Motivational tips for students:

Motivation is also must for students, well do know:

As a JEE mains 2022 aspirant, you need to be sure that you do not underestimate yourself. Underestimating yourself will not take you anywhere. Just set the goals and try to achieve them. If you are unable for a while to achieve the goal, don’t feel demotivated and start focusing on it again. This will be helpful in analyzing how you need to prepare for the exam.

Don’t be part of unrealistic goals because they will take you a step back. It is important to set realistic goals that you can achieve in real life. If you wish to stay motivated, always try to focus on the given topic and do not be a part of a hypothetical world.

Discussion is important:

Discussion is helpful for students to retain the concepts for a longer period of time. Well,

We are not saying you should show off whatever you have learnt. Instead, discuss it with your friends. Discussion is very important as this helps you to learn something more from your friends and also means you will be able to retain the aspects for longer durations.

If you have any of your friends with you who are preparing for the exam, set up a particular session where you guys can discuss whatever you have gone through. Discuss how you have prepared for it. Listen to the other person as well, so that you can understand their strategy of working towards it.

Final verdict:

JEE Mains 2022 is likely to take place in the last week of March, but aspirants are not supposed to waste this important time. Prepare well for the exam and follow all the strategies to get it done. If there is any problem, ask your teachers to resolve it. Consider the best books around so that there will be no problem in preparing for the exam.

JKBOSE Class 12Th Revaluation & Xerox of Answer sheets update

JKBOSE Class 12Th Revaluation & Xerox of Answer sheets update 3

It is notified for information of the eligible candidates of Higher Secondary Part-II Examination(Class 12Th), Annual Regular 2021 of Kashmir Division desirous of obtaining the Xerox copy of their answer scripts and getting their answer script/s Re-Evaluated should Apply online for the same on JKBOSE official website and the link for the same shall open from 11-02-2022.

The Last date for the submission of online applications for obtaining the Xerox of Answer script/s is 25Th February 2022 and for the Re-Evaluation of answer scripts is 03rd March .

JKBOSE Class 12Th Result

JKBOSE Class 10Th Result

JKBOSE Class 12Th Revaluation & Xerox of Answer sheets update 4

JKPSC Mains notification for candidates with deficiencies in documents

JKPSC Mains notification for candidates with deficiencies in documents 5

JKPSC Received 4453 online application forms for Mains examination of Civil services, wheras upon scrutiny of all the documents it has been observed that some applicants have not submitted valid documents viz Domicile, Character, Date of Birth, Category Certificates and many other candidates have not even uploaded their documents in the given period of time, the list is given below here and the conditions are applied hereafter.

Please go through notification in case a candidate wants to appear in the next round of examination before the commission.


JKPSC Mains notification for candidates with deficiencies in documents 6

Anna Rajam Malhotra: First Woman IAS Officer of India

Anna Rajam Malhotra: First Woman IAS Officer of India 7

Anna Rajam Malhotra was the first woman IAS officer of India. She was from the British time period and qualified Civil Services Exam back in 1951 to become an IAS officer from Madras Cadre. Know how she achieved this feat here.

Birth and early life

Born on July 17, 1927, in Niranam village in Kerala as the daughter of Ottavelil O. A. George and Anna Paul, Anna Rajam George (née Malhotra) was the granddaughter of Malayalam author Pailo Paul. She grew up in Calicut and completed her intermediate education from Providence Women’s College. After earning a Bachelor’s degree from Calicut’s Malabar Christian College, Anna moved to Madras where she obtained her Masters in English Literature from Madras University.

Civil Service Journey

In 1950, Anna decided to attempt the civil services examination and qualified for the interview round. Back then, she did not know that she was the first woman to do so. In 1951, when she appeared for the next round of the exam, she was discouraged from joining the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) by the distinguished board which interviewed her (it comprised of four ICS officers and was headed by R.N. Banerjee, the Chairman of UPSC). Instead, the Foreign Service and Central Services were offered to Anna as they were “suitable for women.”

However, Anna was determined to get the post her rank deserved. She convincingly argued her case, stood her ground, chose Madras cadre and picked up her rank. Incredibly, her appointment order had these lines: “In the event of marriage your service will be terminated”. However, after a couple of years, the rules were changed.

Posted to the state of Madras, the first Chief Minister under whom Anna worked was C. Rajagopalachari. In principle, Rajagopalachari was against women entering public service and was not keen to post the new recruit in the field. He was convinced that she would be unable to handle law and order situations, if and when they arose. So instead of the charge of a district sub collector, he offered Anna a post in the Secretariat instead.

Training and Work

But Anna, who had undergone training in horse riding, rifle and revolver shooting and in using magisterial powers , knew that she was at par with her male counterparts. For the second time in her fledgling career, she fought for a chance to prove herself, arguing that she was equally competent to men in handling any situation that might arise as a part of her job.

Mir Adfar, Kashmiri boy Tops IES exam with AIR 26

Eventually, she was posted as sub collector in the Hosur district, becoming the first woman to do so. However, gender remained an issue for some years for Anna. As a sub collector of Hosur, when she visited a village in the taluk on horseback, she was informed that the village women wanted to see her.

Over the years, Anna served under seven chief ministers. She worked closely with Rajiv Gandhi in the Asiad project in 1982. With Indira Gandhi, her tryst was brief but impressive. Given the responsibility of agricultural inputs, she had to accompany Ms. Gandhi on an eight-state tour, giving information about food production, which had declined. A stickler for rules and deeply committed to her duty, she undertook the tour despite a fractured ankle.


Away from the line of duty, Anna bided time to finally marry her colleague, batchmate and sweetheart, R. N. Malhotra who became the RBI governor in 1985. “It was worth waiting for,” she would say with fondness about a man in whom she found “exceptional humane qualities”. Malhotra had earlier served as the Finance Secretary when Indira Gandhi was Prime Minister and was posted as India’s Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund in Washington when they married

UGC NET Result 2021 expected to release in February,

UGC NET Result 2021 expected to release in February, 8

UGC National Eligibility Test, UGC NET 2021 Result is likely to be released in February. As per the sources the result is expected in mid February but there is no official confirmation. Check minimum qualifying marks needed to qualify the exam and get eligible for Assistant Professorship, Junior Research Fellowship or both.

Candidates are advised to keep checking the official UGC NET website:

UGC has already released the UGC NET 2020 answer keys and candidates’ responses on the official website. UGC NET 2020 result will be based on the final answer keys which will be prepared on the basis of objections raised by the candidates on the provisional answer key.

UGC NET 2021: Qualifying Criteria/Eligibility

Candidates who appeared for UGC NET 2020 December session must have appeared in both the papers and secured at least 40% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together for General  /General-EWS category candidates. For reserved candidates, the minimum marks criteria stands at minimum 35% aggregate marks in both the papers.

UGC NET 2020-21 Cut-Off

As per the UGC NET information brochure, National Testing Agency, NTA calculates the UGC NET Cut Off 2021 based on the following factors 

  1. Number of candidates appeared for the examination .
  2. UGC NET question paper’s difficulty level
  3. Previous year’s UGC NET cut off trends

National Testing Agency, NTA conducted the UGC NET December 2020 and June 2021 examination in three phases. Phase 1 was conducted between November 20, 2021 and December 5, 2021. Phase 2 was conducted between December 24, 2021 and December 27, 2021 and Phase 3 on January 4 and 6.

Asim Riaz Shuts Paparazzi, Tu Dimag Ghar Pe Chod Ke Aaya Hai

Asim Riaz Shuts Paparazzi, Tu Dimag Ghar Pe Chod Ke Aaya Hai 9

While interacting with the paparazzi, when Asim Riaz was asked about Shehnaaz Gill, he ignored the question and instead asked the media people to ask him about his co-star, Divya Agarwal.

Former Bigg Boss contestant Asim Riaz is on roll as he’s working on multiple projects after emerging as the first runner of the show and winning the hearts of many in the 13th season. Recently the model collaborated with BB OTT winner Divya Agarwal for a music video titled, Dur Hua. While interacting with the paparazzi, when Asim was asked about Shehnaaz Gill, he ignored the question and instead asked the media people to ask him about his co-star, Divya.

The two bonded in the BB house but post-Sidharth Shukla’s death, their equations changed after many speculated Riaz took a dig at Punjab Ki Katrina after she was spotted partying. However, the model clarified his stance claiming his tweet was not directed towards the female singer.

Meanwhile, Asim Riaz and Divya Agarwal’s chemistry in their music video Dur Hua has been loved by fans. The two stars recently interacted with the media after launching the song. When the model was informed about Shehnaaz Gill’s birthday, Asim interrupted his question asked the reporter to change the subject.

The reporter asked, “Bigg Boss 13 ki baat karein toh ek apki best friend hai jiska aj janamdin hai, Shehnaaz Gill ki….” Cutting the question short, Asim Riaz responded, “Aur aisa kya ho gaya ke life mein, you just gotta focus (What has happened in life is you need to focus). Okay bro, you know what I am talking about. Abhi gaane ki baat kare, Dur Hua, toh abhi wo bahut acha (Our new song has been released, it is good)…”

Later when the journalist again tried to ask him the same question, to this Asim said, “Divya ke baare mein pucho, Divya kitni khoobsurat lag rahi hai. Come on guys, dyaan kahaan pe hai bro? Agar tu dimag ghar pe chod ke aaya hai toh galat hai. (Ask about Divya, she’s looking so beautiful. Come on guys, where’s your attention? If you’ve left your brain at home, then it’s wrong,).”

Asim Riaz added, “Look at her, agar iss time tere ko iske alawa tu kisi ke baare mein soch raha hai, ye galat hai yaar (If at this point you are thinking about someone else instead of her, then this is wrong). The way she’s acted, she’s looking beautiful, meri rap ki tareef karo.” Later in a fin way, the model asks reporter to talk about his song and their making experience in Alibaug.

Top BSc Entrance Exams in India in 2022

Top BSc Entrance Exams in India in 2022 10

There are numerous well-known universities and colleges which provide top academic education in the field of Science. Be it a Bachelor of Science (BSc), a Master of Science (MSc) or a PhD course, varsities offer admission to various Science courses which range from Mathematics, Physics, Botany, Biochemistry to Agriculture. However, admission to any Science programme is done on the basis of an entrance exam.

Top BSc Entrance Exams in India

Candidates can go through the list of top Bachelor of Science (BSc) entrance exams in India which are as follows:

Entrance ExamCourses Offered
NEST (National Entrance Screening Test)Integrated MSc in Biology
Integrated MSc in Chemistry
Integrated MSc in Mathematics
OUAT Entrance ExamBSc Agriculture
BSc Forestry
BSc Horticulture
B.Tech (Agriculture Engineering)
BSc Home Science
Pantnagar University Entrance ExamBSc in Agriculture (Hons)
BSc in Community Science
UPCATETBSc (Hons) Agriculture
BSc (Hons) Horticulture
BSc (Hons) Forestry
BSc (Hons) Home Science
B.Tech Biotechnology
B.Tech Agriculture Engineering
B.Tech Dairy Technology
B.Tech Computer Science
B.Tech Electronics & Communication Engineering
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
GSATIntegrated MSc Programme in Biotechnology
Integrated MSc Programme in Chemistry (Sponsored by Laurus Labs)
Bachelor of Science (BSc with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry / Electronics/Computer Science)
IISER Entrance ExamBS-MS Dual Degree
AGRICETBSc in Agriculture
BSc in Horticulture
AGRICETBSc in Agriculture
BSc in Horticulture
ICAR AIEEA (UG)UG Courses in the field of Agriculture
Rajasthan JET AgricultureBSc Agriculture
BSc (Hons)
BSc Horticulture
BSc Forestry
CIT Integrated MSc CETIntegrated MSc – Software Systems
Integrated MSc – Data Science
Integrated MSc – Decision & Computing Sciences
MSc Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
CUCETVarious BSc and Integrated courses
BSc Mathematics
BSc Geography
BSc Life Sciences
BSc Geology
BSc Statistics

JEE Mains 2022 Exam: How to score Higher percentile?

JEE Mains 2022 Exam: How to score Higher percentile? 11

JEE Mains 2022 Exam: How to score maximum percentile and crack JEE Mains?

Joint entrance examination Mains (JEE mains) is considered to be one of the toughest examinations.

Students appearing for JEE mains 2022 examination are in confusion about how they will be able to secure the best grades.

Basics to adapt for scoring maximum percentile in JEE mains 2022:

Cover NCERT:

Whenever you appear for a competitive examination, NCERT books are really very important. Do consider other reference books as well. But the NCERT belongs to physics, chemistry, and mathematics are really very important. Have a look at all the exercise questions and try to solve them properly. The more questions you solve, the more prepared you will be for the examination. A strong basic foundation is important to score well.

When you are sure to have entirely covered up the NCERT syllabus, it is time for you to focus on the reference books. In the market, you will find out the different publishers available coming up with the best reference books. But we suggest you stick to one or two publishers only because the more publishers you will consider, the more confused you get. Therefore, to keep you on the safer side and prepare well for the examination, have a look at the best publishers and consider the question bank suggested by them for students

Be consistent with the preparation:

Sometimes it happens that we do not stay consistent with the preparation and consider that we can do the preparation within a few days before the examination. But this is not right. It is important to be consistent with the preparation so that all your basics will get cleared and you can appear for the examination seamlessly.

Practice makes a man perfect:

Practice is also important because if you are not practicing well for the examination, you cannot cover up all the questions in the given deadline. If you are not ready to complete the given questions in the given timings, unfortunately, you can’t think of scoring well.

Do the revision:

Do not be someone who has just gone through the syllabus for once. Revision is also important because it will help you to retain the concepts for a longer duration.

Don’t panic:

Sometimes due to nervousness, students start feeling confused and do panic as well. In this case, you need to stay strong and also be calm and composed. If you are thinking about things unnecessarily, there are chances you will not be able to retain the concepts for a longer duration and, on the day of examination, feel disappointed. Therefore if you don’t want to feel this way, then try to stay motivated all the time.

Final thoughts:

JEE mains 2022 is among the toughest examinations, but a student who is preparing well can crack it. Always consider the best tips so that there will be no problem at all. If there is something troubling, you do clarify it with the teacher so that you will not face any sort of difficulty at all. Stay updated with our portal so that you can get all the updates!

NEET UG AYUSH Counselling Round 1 2021: Admission for MBBS/BDS/BUMS/BHMS begins

NEET UG AYUSH Counselling Round 1 2021: Admission for MBBS/BDS/BUMS/BHMS begins 12

The AYUSH Admissions Central Counseling Committee (AACCC) has started the registration for NEET UG AYUSH counselling for AYUSH courses. Candidates who have qualified in NEET UG 2021 and seeking admission to admission to BAMS, BUMS, BSMS and BHMS courses can visit and complete the registration for round 1.

According to the AACCC AYSUH counselling schedule, registration and fee payment window for the first round will be available till February 3. Those who register during this period can fill and lock their choices between January 30 and February 3.

YUSH counselling is for admission to Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) and Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery (BSMS) courses.

The round 1 seat allotment result will be declared on February 5, while AYUSH counselling round 2 and round 3 will be from February 18 and March 11 respectively. Reporting against Round 1 AYUSH counselling will be from February 7 to February 14.

AACCC NEET UG counseling for the AIQ seats will be held in four rounds — AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, AIQ Mop-up Round or Round 3 and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round.

Direct Link To Register: Here

AYUSH NEET Counselling: How To Register

  • Go to
  • On the homepage, go to the Registration Link
  • On the next window, insert roll numbers and passwords
  • Sign in
  • Login again with the system-generated IDs
  • Fill the details including personal details, educational information
  • Submit and pay the application fee