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OJEE 2023 Exam Pattern: Exam Mode, Duration, Questions Type

Updated On - October 20 2022 by Swagota Nandi

OJEE 2023 Exam Pattern will be released by the Directorate of Technical Education, Odisha (DTE, Odisha). The exam pattern is used to understand the pattern of exam, exam mode, type of questions, Negative marking, etc. Odisha JEE is a state-level entrance examination for admission into various Engineering, Management and Medical courses in the state of Odisha. It will be an online mode examination. Candidates can find all the details regarding Odisha JEE 2023 Paper Pattern in the article below.

OJEE 2023 Exam Pattern

The candidates can check below OJEE 2023 Exam Pattern as per the previous year below to get an idea of the mode of exam, duration, questions types, number of questions, marking scheme, etc.

  • The question paper of OJEE 2023 will be a Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type paper.
  •  The number of questions will be sixty (60) per hour of examination. 
  • The medium of examination is English. 
  • Each correct answer shall fetch four marks. Each unattempted question will fetch zero.
  • There is the provision of negative marking (-1 for each wrong answer).
  • Answers will have to be marked on an OMR sheet, which will be corrected electronically. Thus the candidate must be careful while filling in the answers.
  • No re-evaluation will be possible as the OMR sheets will be checked electronically.
  • Candidates will have to fill in their relevant information regarding roll no, Name etc. on OMR Sheet PART A. He/she must be careful in marking the circles and mistakes once made won’t be corrected by any means.
Distribution Of Marks (Course wise)
  • B.Pharm

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration 
Physics3002 Hours (120 Minutes)
Chemistry30
Mathematics30
Biology30
Total120 
    If a candidate chooses to appear in the entire subject PCM & Biology then the rankings will be done based on marks secured in PCM or PCB whichever is higher. If an examinee will not attempt any question from Physics & Chemistry but has attempted Bio or Maths then he/she will be disqualified & will not be given any rank. Similarly, if questions will be attempted for Physics & Chemistry but have unattempted either Bio or Maths then also will be considered disqualified.
  • B.Tech (LE)

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Basic Electrical Engineering4002 Hours (120 Minutes)
Engineering Mechanics40
Mathematics40
Total120 
LE Pharma -
      60 questions from D Pharm course of 1-hour duration 
M.Pharma -
    60 questions, 1-hour duration of B. Pharm course 
  • M.Plan

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Branch questions(Planning)6002 hours (120 minutes)
Analytical & Logical reasoning30
Total60 
  • LE B.Sc (+3 Sc/ B.Sc)

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration 
Physics 1501 hour (60 Minutes)
Chemistry15
Mathematics30
Total60 
  • For MCA

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration 
Mathematics6002 hours (120 Minutes)
Computer Awareness60
Total120 
  • For MBA

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Quantitative Techniques 3002 hours (120 Minutes)
Analytical & Logical Reasoning30
Verbal reasoning & Comprehension30
General Awareness & Business Fundamentals30
Total120 
  • Integrated MBA 
SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Quantitative Techniques 1501 hours (60 Minutes)
Analytical & Logical Reasoning15
Verbal reasoning & Comprehension15
General Awareness & Business Fundamentals15
Total60 
  • M.Arch

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Branch questions(Architecture) 6002 hours (120 minutes)
Reasoning (Verbal / Analytical / Logical)30
Total90 
  • M. Tech

SubjectsNumber of QuestionsDuration
Branch questions6002 hours (120 Minutes)
Engineering Mathematics20
Analytical & Logical reasoning10
Total90 

Odisha JEE 2023 Exam Pattern in Detail

Question Paper will contain questions from

  • Physics,
  • Chemistry,
  • Mathematics and
  • Logical Reasoning.

The candidate should divide the time accordingly so as to finish the examination within the specified time. The syllabus for Odisha JEE 2023 is generally NCERT textbooks. Thus Candidates are expected to have a thorough knowledge of all the basic concepts and implementation methods taught in school. Candidates must practice by solving previous year papers so as to get along with the Exam Pattern of Odisha JEE and score effectively.

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