JEE Main Exam Centres 2019



JEE Main 2019 Exam Centres: State-wise List Announced

The expected centres for JEE Main 2019 January and July examination are as follows:

Andhra Pradesh

Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Chittoor No Yes
Anantapur No Yes
Eluru No Yes
Guntur Yes Yes
Kurnool No Yes
Kakinada No Yes
Nellore No Yes
Rajahmundry No Yes
Tirupati Yes Yes
Vijayawada Yes Yes
Visakhapatnam Yes Yes
Vizianagaram No Yes
Bapatla No Yes
Bheemavaram No Yes
Kadapa No Yes
Ongole No Yes
Srikakulam No Yes
Tadepalligudem No Yes


Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Dibrugarh No Yes
Guwahati Yes Yes
Jorhat No Yes
Silchar Yes Yes
Tezpur No Yes


Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Aurangabad No Yes
Biharsharif No Yes
Bhagalpur No Yes
Gaya Yes Yes
Muzaffarpur Yes Yes
Patna Yes Yes
Purnea No Yes
Darbhanga No Yes


Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Bhilai/durg No Yes
Bilaspur No Yes
Raipur Yes Yes


Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Ahmedabad Yes Yes
Anand Yes Yes
Bhavnagar Yes Yes
Gandhinagar Yes Yes
Godhra Yes Yes
Patan Yes Yes
Jamnagar No Yes
Rajkot Yes Yes
Surat Yes Yes
Vadodara Yes Yes
Valsad Yes Yes
Junagarh No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Ambala No Yes
Bahadurgarh No Yes
Faridabad Yes Yes
Gurugram Yes Yes
Hisar Yes Yes
Karnal Yes Yes
Kurukshetra Yes Yes
Panipat No Yes
Sonipat No Yes
Himachal Pradesh
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Palampur No Yes
Dharmshala No Yes
Shimla Yes Yes
Solan No Yes
Hamirpur No Yes
Jammu & Kashmir
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Baramullah No Yes
Jammu Yes Yes
Srinagar Yes Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Dhanbad Yes Yes
Jamshedpur Yes Yes
Ranchi Yes Yes
Bokaro Steel City Yes Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Bellary No Yes
Bidar No Yes
Hassan No Yes
Udupi No Yes
Belgaum No Yes
Bengaluru Yes Yes
Dharwad No Yes
Gulbarga No Yes
Hubballi (Hubli) Yes Yes
Mangaluru (Mangalore) Yes Yes
Mysore No Yes
Shivamogga (Shimoga) No Yes
Bagalkot No Yes
Davanagere No Yes
Kolar No Yes
Manipal No Yes
Tumkur No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Alappuzha No Yes
Angam Aly No Yes
Ernakulam/Kochi Yes Yes
Kannur No Yes
Kollam No Yes
Kottayam No Yes
Kozhikode Yes Yes
Malappuram No Yes
Palakkad No Yes
Thiruvananthapuram Yes Yes
Thrissur No Yes
Chenganur No Yes
Idukki No Yes
Kanjirappally No Yes
Kasaragod No Yes
Kothamangalam No Yes
Moovattupuzha No Yes
Pathanamthitta No Yes
Madhya Pradesh
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Bhopal Yes Yes
Gwalior Yes Yes
Indore Yes Yes
Jabalpur Yes Yes
Rewa Yes Yes
Sagar No Yes
Satna No Yes
Ujjain Yes Yes
Ahmednagar No Yes
Akola No Yes
Balaghat No Yes
Betul No Yes
Chhatarpur No Yes
Chhindwara No Yes
Khargaon No Yes
Mandsaur No Yes
Shahdol No Yes
Vidisha No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Amravati Yes Yes
Aurangabad Yes Yes
Jalgaon No Yes
Kolhapur No Yes
Mumbai Yes Yes
Nagpur Yes Yes
Nanded No Yes
Nashik Yes Yes
Pune Yes Yes
Solapur No Yes
Navi Mumbai No Yes
Thane Yes Yes
Beed No Yes
Bhusawal No Yes
Bhandara No Yes
Buldana No Yes
Chandrapur No Yes
Dhule No Yes
Gadchiroli No Yes
Gondia No Yes
Lathur No Yes
Parbhani No Yes
Raigad/Alibag No Yes
Ratnagiri No Yes
Sangali No Yes
Satara No Yes
Wardha No Yes
Washim No Yes
Yavatmal No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Dimapur Yes Yes
Kohima Yes Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Balasore Yes Yes
Berhampur (Ganjam) Yes Yes
Bhubaneswar Yes Yes
Cuttack Yes Yes
Rourkela Yes Yes
Sambalpur Yes Yes
Angul No Yes
Jeypore No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Amritsar Yes Yes
Bhatinda Yes Yes
Jalandhar No Yes
Ludhiana No Yes
Patiala No Yes
Phagwara No Yes
Ropar No Yes
Sangrur No Yes
Fatehgarh Sahib No Yes
Pathankot No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Ajmer Yes Yes
Bharatpur No Yes
Bhilwara No Yes
Alwar No Yes
Bikaner Yes Yes
Jaipur Yes Yes
Jodhpur Yes Yes
Kota Yes Yes
Sikar No Yes
Udaipur Yes Yes
Tamil Nadu
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Chennai Yes Yes
Dindigul No Yes
Coimbatore Yes Yes
Kanyakumari No Yes
Karur No Yes
Madurai Yes Yes
Namakkal No Yes
Salem No Yes
Tiruchirappalli No Yes
Tirunelveli No Yes
Cuddalore No Yes
Tanjore No Yes
Thiruvannamalai No Yes
Thoothukudi No Yes
Vellore No Yes
Viluppuram No Yes
Virudhunagar No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Hyderabad Yes Yes
Karimnagar No Yes
Khammam Yes Yes
Warangal Yes Yes
Mahabubnagar No Yes
Nalgonda No Yes
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Dehradun Yes Yes
Haldwani Yes Yes
Haridwar Yes Yes
Pantnagar No Yes
Roorkee Yes Yes
Uttar Pradesh
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Agra Yes Yes
Aligarh No Yes
Allahabad Yes Yes
Bareilly Yes Yes
Ghaziabad No Yes
Gorakhpur Yes Yes
Greater Noida/Noida   Yes
Jhansi Yes Yes
Kanpur Yes Yes
Lucknow Yes Yes
Meerut No Yes
Mathura No Yes
Moradabad No Yes
Muzaffarnagar No Yes
Varanasi Yes Yes
Bulandsahar No Yes
Faizabad No Yes
Sitapur No Yes
West Bengal
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Asansol No Yes
Bardhman No Yes
Durgapur Yes Yes
Haldia No Yes
Hooghly No Yes
Howrah Yes Yes
Kalyani No Yes
Kolkata Yes Yes
Siliguri Yes Yes
Other States
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Agartala (Tripura) Yes Yes
Gangtok (Sikkim) Yes Yes
Puducherry (Pondicherry) Yes Yes
Aizawl (Mizoram) Yes Yes
Shillong (Meghalaya) Yes Yes
Imphal (Manipur) Yes Yes
Kavaratti (Lakshadweep) Yes Yes
Panaji/Madgaon (Goa) Yes Yes
Dadra Nagar Haveli Yes Yes
Daman & Diu Yes Yes
Delhi Yes Yes
Mohali (Chandigarh) Yes Yes
Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) Yes Yes
Port Blair (Andaman & Nicobar) Yes Yes
Outside India
Exam Centre January 2019 (JEE Main) April 2019 (JEE Main)
Colombo No Yes
Kathmandu No Yes
Singapore No Yes
Bahrain Yes Yes
Dubai Yes Yes
Muscat Yes Yes
Riyadh Yes Yes
Sharjah Yes Yes
Qatar Yes Yes
Dhaka Yes Yes


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Making a career in Engineering is not as easy as it sounds. Of course, the coursework is taxing, however, choosing a course is also difficult given the number of programs and fields to explore in engineering. There are multiple branches of engineering today and choosing one is dependent on a couple of factors that are important before you take the plunge.  Most of us today live a very lavish lifestyle and want to have the best of everything. Is it that easy? It is if you’re raking in the big bucks. This happens to be one of the factors in choosing an engineering specialization. Some fields in engineering pay heavy and that is one of the reasons students choose to enter that field. Machines, physics, thermodynamics, space; if these are the things that fascinate you then finding the right career in engineering just got easier for you. The other factor that determines the choice of engineering field one enters is their personal interests. ‘Choose what you love and make it big’ is one of the mantras followed these days by not just the creative kinds but also the engineering students. So the two most important factors in determining the best career in engineering are Money and Interest. Petroleum Engineering: This is the branch of engineering that rakes in a lot of money for anyone who pursues this field. With a lot of demand for crude oil and natural gas, this field is expanding ten-fold. Petroleum engineers are one of the highest paid engineers not just in India but across the globe. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 4 - 4.5 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 20 - 40 lakh Major job recruiters : Newman-Johnson-King, Inc. Shamrock Recruiting KLA Industries Randstad Cameron Craig Electrical Engineering: This branch is one of the most demanding fields of engineering. As it deals with the use and application of electricity, electronics, electromagnetism, etc. its application is used worldwide and in daily life. A career in electrical engineering will always be fruitful for anyone who decides to pursue it. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 1.5 - 3 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 10 - 15 lakh Major job recruiters : VelSource Abvolt Technologies Incorporated Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. ISRO  GTRO Computer Engineering: This integrates two fields of electrical engineering and computer science for the development of hardware and software. IT industry is in the boom for over a decade now and the importance of computer engineering is still at its peak. A lot of students opt for computer engineering as it pays well and has a lot of scopes both in India and abroad. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 5 - 15 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 20 - 40 lakh Major job recruiters : TCS Infosys Wipro HCL Accenture Cognizant Microsoft IBM Adobe Google Accenture Cisco Oracle Sun Microsystems Yahoo Tech Mahindra Mahindra Satyam Aerospace Engineering: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is the talk of the town in recent years. With a lot of research and development going into the exploration of other parts of the universe, a need for spacecraft and aircraft arises. This is taken care of by Aerospace Engineers. Aerospace Engineering is a discipline of engineering which deals with the development of spacecraft and aircraft. It is further divided into aeronautical and astronautical engineering which is interlinked. These engineers happen to be one of the highly paid people in the field of engineering. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 5 - 8 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 20 - 30 lakh Major job recruiters :  Some of the reputed recruiters of aeronautical engineering are as the following: HAL DRDO ISRO Air India Indian Airlines Helicopter Corporation of India DRDL NAL ADE Civil Aviation Department Private airlines Flight clubs Chemical Engineering: There are a lot of elements in nature which intrigue and amuse a person. Chemistry, Physics and Biology make up the field of Science. These are then used along with mathematics and economics to transform, produce, and use chemical elements, energy and materials. It is a risky yet exciting field and the need to find new mixtures and elements that are sustainable in nature has raised the demand of chemical engineers. Again, this happens to be one of the highly paid branches of engineering. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 4 - 8.5 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 12 - 30 lakh Major job recruiters : Arofine Polymers Ltd Century Textiles and Industries Ltd Colour-Chem Ltd Deepak Fertilizers and Petrochemicals Ltd. Materials Engineering: As can be gathered from the name itself, materials engineering deals with discovery and designing of new materials. There is a lot of scope for materials engineering graduates in terms of pay as well as opportunities. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 5 - 8 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 10 - 20 lakh Major job recruiters : The top recruiters are mainly the metal manufacturing industries. Some of the top companies include the following: Steel Authority India Limited (SAIL) Tata Steel Jindal Steel Hindalco Industries Limited Nuclear Engineering: Someone who is fascinated by the physics of the universe, nuclear engineering is one field where the principles of nuclear physics are applied to the greatest extent. Fission and fusion of atomic and sub-atomic particles are studied in this branch of engineering. Another risky field, this branch provides a lot of scope in terms of pay and opportunity. Salary Structure (Experience-wise): Experience    Salary (per annum) 1 - 2 years    Rs. 3 - 5 lakh 10 - 12 years    Rs. 15 - 20 lakh Major job recruiters : Some specialist recruitment agencies handle some vacancies. For opportunities see: Fircroft Matchtech Roevin Engineering Recruitment RELATED ARTICLES Does engineering study fulfil your sky-high dreams?? Engineering Branches with Maximum Chances of Getting a Job?? 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