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Success in JAM Will Give the Way For IIT PG

Before in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) only engineering courses are offered. But now the situation has been changed. For all the candidates those who want to do research in pure science and applied science Indian Institute of Technology is a stage for them. At their situation it has become easy to do Msc, Joint M.sc, PhD, M.sc – PhD Dual degree, post bachelor degree in basic sciences. But to do those related courses the candidates must write ‘IIT – JAM’. To get succeed in the IIT- JAM which is called as joint admission test for MSC (JAM) there should be grip in subjects and should have self-confidence. To get a good future in the science field through IIT – JAM from the first year of the degree itself hard work must be there. AP CFMS

How the exam will be:-

IIT – JAM exam will be in the combination of objective and description type. Totally in eight subjects this exam is conducted. Among this biotechnology, computer application course exams are fully conducted in objective basis.

The remaining exams will be in objective and descriptive basis. In this situation, for objective questions 30% and for descriptive questions 70% weight age is allocated. For every paper 3 hours is allocated as duration. Questions paper will be only in English language. For every wrong answer 1/3 mark is reduced. So answering only for questions that are having full awareness will be best.

Course details that can be done through IIT – JAM: –

·       Master of computer applications, qualification- bachelor degree (mathematics).

·       M.sc-physics, joint M.sc-PhD program in physics, M.sc – PhD dual degree program in physics, m.sc (physics)… m.tech (material science with specialization in Nano science and technology.

Qualification – Bachelor degree with maths and physics.

·       M.sc PhD program in energy. Qualification – Bachelor degree (chemistry/maths/physics and any subject).

·       M.sc applied statistics and information. M.sc – PhD dual degree in operation research, M.sc statistics. Qualification – Bachelor degree with maths, statistics.

·       M.sc – Mathematics, mathematics and computing applied maths, Industrial maths and informatics. Qualification – Bachelor degree with mathematics/ statistics.

·       Joint M.sc – PhD program in maths, M.sc – PhD dual degree in operations research. Qualification – Bachelor degree with mathematics and statistics.

·       M.sc – PhD dual degree in environment science and engineering. Qualification – Bachelor degree (Biology/ Bio – Technology/chemistry/maths/physics) with any one subject and also should have read maths at 10th, +2 level.

·       M.sc – PhD dual degree program in energy. Qualification – Bachelor degree (chemistry/maths/physics) in any of the subject.

·       M.sc applied statistics and informatics. M.sc – PhD dual degree in operations research, M.sc – statistics. Qualification – Bachelor degree in mathematics.

·       M.sc (applied Geophysics) M.sc – PhD dual degree in applied geo physics. Qualification – Bachelor degree with maths, physics, chemistry/geology/statistics/electronics computer sciences any one subject.

·       M.sc (Applied Geology), Joint M.sc – PhD program in Geology), M.tech (Geological technology), M.sc – PhD dual degree program in applied geology. Qualification – Bachelor degree with Geology as one subject (maths, Physics, chemistry, biology) any two subjects and also should be read maths at 10, +2 level.

·       M.sc chemistry, joint M.sc chemistry – PhD program in chemistry, M.sc – PhD dual degree program in chemistry. Qualification – Bachelor degree with chemistry as one subject and also should read maths at 10, +2 level.

·       M.sc – PhD dual degree program in Energy. Qualification – Bachelor degree/Chemistry/maths, Physics).

·       M.sc – PhD dual degree in environmental sciences and engineering. Qualification – Bachelor degree (Biology/Bio-technology/chemistry/maths/physics) maths should be read at 10, +2 levels.

·       M.sc Bio technology, M.sc – PhD dual degree in Bio technology. Qualification – Bachelor degree (science/Agriculture) Pharmacy/veterinary science/Engineering/medicine).

·       M.sc – PhD dual Degree in environmental science and engineering (IIT – Bombay is only offering). Qualification – Bachelor degree (Biology/Bio-technology/chemistry/maths/physics) maths should be read at 10, +2 levels.

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Chetan Sharma is a blogger and digital marketer by profession. He handles a network of multiple websites like biovision blog & spandanam blog various others. He helps clients all over the world to achieve digital success.

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