JAM 2020 application form released on September 4; apply @joaps.iitk.ac.in
NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 4: Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur has released the application form of JAM 2020 in online mode. Candidates who wish to take admission in M.Sc programmes offered by 20 IITs and IISC Bangalore can fill the application form until October 8. The organizing institute has released the application form of JAM 2020 on September 4, a day ahead of its scheduled release date. To fill the application form, candidates need to visit the online candidate portal of JAM, JOAPS (JAM Online Application Processing System). Candidates must make sure that they can select a maximum of three exam centres while making test cities preferences.No candidature will be accepted after the last date of submission.
The entrance examination of JAM 2020 will be conducted on February 9. The application fee of JAM 2020 can be paid either by credit card, debit card or net banking.
Steps to fill JAM Application Form 2020
Click on the official link. jam.iitk.ac.in
Register yourself by entering an active email ID and Mobile number.
Upon successful registration, candidates will receive the login credentials on their registered email ID and mobile number.
Login using credentials and click on “Edit Application”
Fill in the required details in the application form such as exam centres, person and academic details.
Upload the required documents in the required specifications and format.
Pay the application fee in online mode.
New Changes in IIT JAM 2020
As per the recent JAM notification, the city of Ghaziabad has been transferred from IIT Delhi to IIT Roorkee zone due to operational constraints. The conducting body has discontinued the exam of Biological Statistics from JAM 2020. With the implementation of EWS reservation policy, there is an increase of around 92 seats in 9 different IITs for the candidates who fall under the same category. To give an ease to the applicants of IIT JAM, the conducting body has added few more exam centres. I.e, Jind (IIT Delhi Zone), Agartala and Shillong (IIT Guwahati Zone), Tirupati (IIT Madras Zone)
Joint Admission Test for M.Sc programmes or JAM is an online entrance examination conducted once every year for admission in M.Sc and above postgraduate programmes of 20 IIT'S and IISc Bangalore. IIT Kanpur will be conducting the JAM entrance examination for this year at around 69 exam centres. The maximum marks of the exam is 100. The three hours online entrance examination is conducted in two different shifts. i.e, morning and afternoon.