CCMN 2016 Registration has started from April 18, 2016 after 5 pm. Admissions to the M.Sc programmes at the NITs and some CFTIs is through CCMN 2016. Candidates must register online and pay the registration fees to be able to fill their choices of courses and institutes. Only JAM qualified candidates can apply for the CCMN 2016. Non JAM candidates will be given the opportunity to apply for the vacant seats if any after the complete CCMN 2016 admission process is over.
Admission Process: CCMN 2016
Exam Based on: JAM 2016
Organized by NIT Rourkela
CCMN 2016 Participating Institutes: click here for the list
Candidates applying for CCMN 2016 must have qualified in JAM 2016 in addition to meeting the specified eligibility criteria. It is up to the applicants to ascertain the CCMN 2016 Eligibility Criteria before applying as there will be no physical verification of the same.
CCMN 2016 Application Form: Click here
Candidates must register by entering their JAM 2016 details.
After further entering the requisite details like personal information and eligibility details, candidates will be required to submit and validate the link sent to their registered email ids.
Once the email id is successfully verified, a Permanent Identifier (PID) for the candidate will be generated and candidates must note this.
Candidates must log in and enter the remaining details.
Thereafter they must upload the specified documents along with a signature and photograph.
After submitting the above mentioned, candidates must pay the fees of Rs 2000 through State Bank Collect (SB Collect) & NEFT. Once payment done, the validation from CCMN authorities will take 24 – 48 hours.
Candidates can move on to choice filling after payment of the registration fees.
To keep track of the dates and schedule for CCMN, candidates can check the CCMN 2016 Important Dates.
Published Date: April 18, 2016
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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!
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