CCMN Admissions for Non JAM Candidates Through ISA 2020 - The participating institutes of CCMN 2020 will conduct the Institutional Spot Admission (ISA) round after completion of three rounds of CCMN 2020 seat allotment for admission of Non JAM candidates through ISA. The Institute Spot Admission (ISA) round of CCMN 2020 will make those candidates who did not register for CCMN or have not appeared for JAM 2020 examination eligibile for admission in M.Sc programmes of 20 NITs and 2 CFTIs. The number of vacant seats available in the participating institutes for Institutional Spot Admission of CCMN 2020 will be published in the third week of July 2020 after third round of seat allotment. The registration of ISA 2020 will start with the release of NSR application form in the third week of July 2020. After registration and paying the application fee, candidates need to fill their choices for preferred programmes and institutes. Candidates are required to make as many preferred choices as they can to increase their chances of securing a seat in any of CCMN 2020 participating institutes. The result of JAM 2020 will be declared on March 20, 2020. However, candidates who have appeared for JAM examination or CCMN are also eligible for Institution Spot Admission under some specific conditions. Read the article below to know the details of the eligibility conditions, important dates and more.
Declaration of NSR Vacancy
Third week of July 2020
Download Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)
Third week to the last week of July 2020
Availability of Online Application for NSR Registration (for qualified JAM candidates only)
Payment of NSR Registration Fee, Counselling Participation Fee (CPF) and Counselling Confirmation Fee (CCF) (ICICI Bank eazypay)
Rs. 17, 000 for OC/ EWS/ OB (RS. 15, 000 NSR participation fee + Rs. 2000 as registration fee) and Rs. 14, 500 for SC/ ST (RS. 12, 500 NSR participation fee + Rs. 2000 as registration fee) through ICICI Bank Eazypay
Last date of online application submission and uploading documents of NSR
NSR Choice Filling starts
Last date for NSR Choice Filling
Automatic locking of NSR choices
NSR – Allotment Results
Fourth week of July 2020
Download NSR Provisional Admission Letter (PAL)
Candidates who did not appear for JAM 2020 entrance examination and do not possess a valid JAM 2020 score.
Candidates who did not qualify JAM 2020 examination.
Applicants with a valid JAM 2020 score who did not meet the essential eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 counselling
Candidates who did not obtain an allotment through CCMN 2020 counselling in both normal rounds and NSR but have qualified JAM 2020 with a valid score.
CCMN 2020 merit list will be prepared based on the order of preferences mentioned in the ISA categories.
Once the registration of ISA and preference filling is closed, the merit list of candidates will be published.
Candidates who have a valid JAM 2020 score but have not been offered seats in the three counselling rounds are also eligible to apply for ISA.
Candidates are advised to select as many preferred institutes as they can during the choice filling for improving chances of getting a seat.
Candidates who wish to seek admission in the participating institutes of ISA must make sure to register under ISA.
The registration process for IA will begin along with the registrations for National Spot round (NSR).
The institute will notify candidates about ISA round of CCMN 2020 through email or phone in their registered contact details.
The university will send an email regarding the participating institutes conducting ISA to the candidates.
The admissions through ISA will depend upon the number of seats vacant for a course in a participating institute.
If the candidates who have applied do not meet the eligibility criteria specified by the individual participating institute the candidate will not be considered for admission.
The list of choices of institutes will be available for filling, after the Final Vacant Seat Matrix is published after the completion of NSR.
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Yes, you can definitely participate in the JAM exam after BSC physics.
IIT JAM is a national level examination, that offers admission into the following degree programmes at the IITs and IISC : M.Sc. (four semesters), M.Sc. Ph.D., and M.Sc. Ph.D. dual degree etc. Students that qualify this entrance examination are given admission to the reputed colleges of the country. Admissions are offered to both National and International Students.
The paper is a 3 hour online examination with 60 questions having a total of 100 marks.
There are seven test papers, namely for the following, Biotechnology (BT), Chemistry (CY), Geology (GG), Mathematical Statistics (MS), Biological Sciences (BL), Mathematics (MA) and Physics (PH). The syllabus will be based on the studied graduation topics.
The Basic Eligibility Criteria for the examination are:
1)All candidates should have a Bachelor's degree
2)In the qualifying degree, the total marks without rounding off or CGPA/CPI inclusive of all main subjects, languages and subsidiaries of all years combined) should be at least 55% or 5.5 out of 10 for General/OBC (NCL)/EWS category candidates and 50% or 5.0 out of 10 for SC/ST and PwD category candidates.
If the CGPA is on a different scale, it would be converted to the ten point scale. It is the candidate's responsibility to show proof of meeting the eligibility criteria, which in your case would be the documentation of your BSC physics.
Since you have done your BSC in physics, pay keen attention to the following topics: Thermodynamics, Electricity and Magnetism,Mathematical Methods, Kinetic theory, , Oscillations, Waves and Optics, Devices and Electronics.
Hope this helps! All the best!
Preparing the syllabus given in the IIT JAM exam for biotechnology is enough to crack the JAM exam. If you study the whole biology as a syllabus, you can attend most of the exams conducted in life sciences field for the higher studies and jobs. In JAM exam they will check your critical thinking and your subject knowledge depth. So prepare well.
All the best.
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