CCMN Eligibility Criteria 2020 - The conducting body of Centralized Counselling for M.Sc Programmes will release CCMN 2020 eligibility criteria by the fourth week of April.
The eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 is the minimum academic qualification and other requirements that a candidate must have in order to be eligible for admission. CCMN 2020 eligibility criteria differs depending upon various institutes and programmes. CCMN 2020 will offer admission into 21 NIT’s and 2 CFTI’s based on the candidate’s performance in JAM examination. Candidates with qualifying JAM 2020 score can fill the application form of CCMN 2020. There will be some special eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 for few programmes of IIT’s and CFTI’s. JAM 2020 will be conducted on February 9, 2020 in online mode.
Candidates willing to take admission in M.Sc programmes of 20 NIT’s and 2 CFTI must check the eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020 before filling the application form. Candidates must also make sure that they have a valid JAM 2020 score.
Common Eligibility Criteria (Graduation Subject)
Special Eligibility Criteria
National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh
M.Sc in Mathematical Physics
Mathematics/Physics and B. Tech in Any discipline [minimum of 60% or 6.5CGPA for Gen/OBC and 55% or 6.0CGPA for SC/ST/PwD]
Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad
M.Sc in Mathematics and
Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
M.Sc in Physics
M.Sc in Mathematics
M.Sc in Chemistry
Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur
M.Sc in Applied Geology
Geology/ Applied Geology or Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics
For Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics: Geology as one of the subsidiary subjects with a minimum of 60% or
6.5CGPA (Gen/OBC) and 55% or 6.0CGPA (SC/ST/PwD)
M.Sc in Applied
M.Sc in Food Processing and Nutrition Science
Chemistry or Biological Sciences
National Institute of Technology, Agartala
National Institute of Technology, Sikkim
National Institute of Technology, Calicut
Physics with Mathematics as an allied subject (or) Physics & Mathematics as main subjects
Chemistry with Mathematics one allied subject (or) Physics Chemistry-Mathematics (3-main system)
Mathematics/Applied Mathematics/Statistics (or) 3- main-system with Mathematics as one subject
National Institute of Technology, Durgapur
Candidates must have B. Sc or equivalent degree with Chemistry as a major subject
Candidates must have B. Sc or equivalent degree with Physics as major and Mathematics subsidiary subject or Physics & Mathematics among the major subjects
M.Sc in Mathematics with Computer Applications
Candidates must have B. Sc or equivalent degree with Mathematics as a major subject
National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur
Physics with Physics & Mathematics as Elective Subjects
Chemistry as one of the subject for at least 2 years/4 semesters
Mathematics as one of the subject for at least 2 years/4 semesters
National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar
National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur
National Institute of Technology, Manipur
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics, Geology
Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
Physics & Mathematics in all 3 years
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela
M. Sc in Chemistry
Geology/Applied Geology/Earth Science
M.Sc in Atmospheric Sciences
Meteorology/Atmospheric Science/Climate Science/Mathematics/Physics
M.Sc in Life Science
Botany/Zoology/Microbiology/ any other Life Science related subject
National Institute of Technology, Silchar
M.Sc in Applied Physics
M.Sc in Applied Chemistry
National Institute of Technology, Srinagar
National Institute of Technology, Warangal
M.Sc in Applied Mathematics
M.Sc in Mathematics and Scientific Computing
M.Sc (Tech) in Engineering Physics
Physics & Mathematics
M.Sc in Organic Chemistry
M.Sc in Analytical Chemistry
Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Punjab
National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya
M.Sc in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics
National Institute of Technology, Nagaland
National Institute of Technology, Surathkal
M.Sc in Physics, Chemistry
National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli
National Institute of Technology, Puducherry
Candidates who are waiting for their undergraduate programme final year are also eligible to apply for CCMN 2020.
Candidates who apply for CCMN 2020 must have qualified JAM 2020.
There is an age relaxation of maximum five years for candidates belonging to SC/ ST Category.
Candidates belonging to the unreserved (General) category must score at least 60 percent or 6.5 GPA out of 10 in the qualifying degree examination, whereas candidates belonging to the reserved category (SC/ST/PwD) must have secured a minimum of 55 percent or 6.0 GPA out of 10 in the qualifying degree examination.
Candidates belonging to the reserved category must have valid reserved category certificate at the time of admission.
In each programme offered by the participating institutes, only certain combinations of eligibility degree disciplines and JAM 2020 subject are allowed.
Yes, there is an age relaxation of maximum 5 years for candidates belonging to SC/ ST category.
The M.Sc programmes offered at NIT Durgapur through CCMN 2020 are M.Sc Chemistry, M.Sc Physics and M.Sc in Mathematics with Computer Applications.
No, candidates need to have a valid JAM score for admissions in M.Sc programmes of NIT’s.
Yes, as per the eligibility criteria of CCMN 2020, candidate waiting for their final year results can also apply for CCMN 2020, if they have a valid JAM 2020 score.
Yes, any candidate who has qualified JAM 2020 examination can apply for both JAM 2020 and CCMN 2020.
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For IIT jam you can refer some of the following books listed below
1.Linear algebra Sheldon Axler
2.Linear algebra samvedna publications
3.calculus Gorakh Prasad
4.vector calculus by Murray
5.Mathematical analysis by Binmore
6.Real analysis HL Royden
7.Differential equation GF Simmons
8.A textbook on statistics C A Weatherban
9.Solved paper by arihant publicantions
I hope this helps
Yes, you can give the IIT JAM even if your final year exams are days after IIt jam exam.
It has the provision for students who are studying in the final year to apply for the exam and take it.
To check out other eligibilty criteria for taking the iit jam you can check out this link:
All the best!
The criteria through which the opening and closing ranks of IIT JAM Examination are decided is as follows:-
You should refer to this
for opening and closing ranks in IIT JAM of every single IIT.
I hope this information helps you.
You currently have a lot of time to prepare well for your JAM examination. Some of the books best for this examination are.
1. Integral Calculus by F. Ayres
2. Linear algebra by Seymour Lipschitz
3. Real Analysis by HL Roden
You can also buy for revision mathematics book by Arihant publication. It'll help you a lot.
Best of luck !
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