JAM 2016 Round 1 Admission List Announced!
Prabha Dhavala, 03 Jun 2016, #JAM

The JAM 2016 Admission List for the first round has been announced on June 3, 2016. Candidates must log in to JOAPS to check if they have been allotted any seats and conform to the prescribed admission procedure the details of which are given below. The last date to confirm the seat is June 8, 2016. Check the details below

Exam: JAM 2016

Conducted by IIT Madras


JAM 2016 Admission List: Click here

  • Candidates have to log in to JOAPS and access the offer.

  • Candidates must note that the last date for the offer along with the payment of the Seat Booking Fee is June 8, 2016

  • They must download the offer letter and choose any one of the following options

    Accept and Freeze: this option is to accept the present offer and join the programme without any upgradation (if any)

    Accept with Upgrade: this option is to accept the present offer and wait for any upgrade to your their choices (if any) in further rounds

    Reject and Quit: This option is to not accept the offer and opt out of the JAM 2016 Admission process.

  • Candidates must confirm their option by entering the OTP sent to their mobiles.

  • After downloading the Response to the Admission Offer, candidates must sign and send the scan copy by email to jamadm@iitm.ac.in.

  • Candidates who opt for the Accept ** decisions must complete payment of Seat-Booking Fee of 10000 (Rs 5000 for SC/ST/PwD candidates). Note there may be additional transaction charges

  • The seat will be confirmed only after payment is made.

  • Applicants who have accepted their admission offers must report to the allotted institute on the scheduled date given in the offer letter.

Points to Remember:

  • Candidates who have accepted the admission offer but wish to withdraw can do so by logging into JOAPS and selecting the Withdraw option. After entering the OTP, candidates will be withdrawn and not considered in the JAM 2016 admission process any more. Candidates must withdraw by June 25, 2016 to avail the refund amount if paid of the admission fee after deduction of Rs 1000

  • Applicants who do not withdraw or join the allotted institute by the given date will forfeit their seat and the Seat Booking Fee of Rs 10000

  • Candidates who will be allotted a seat in further rounds which is the upgraded offer, their earlier offer will no longer be valid.

  • Candidates who get the ugraded offers in the other later rounds must also exercise the option of accepting or withdrawing as per their preference failing which they forfeit their seat and will not be considered in the admission process.

 Published Date: June 3, 2016

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Hi aspirant,

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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I have only two months for the preparation of IIT JAM examination how would I prepare

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Hi,
Two months are a enough for someone to get a good rank in JAM .
Download the syllabus of IITJAM from their official website.
And stick to it.You won't be asked any questions out of the syllabus.
Now make a Doomsday notes please.
You would find it quite handy.Otherwise you have to open those large books again and again.
Compactness of the notes always helps.
Download all of the previous years questions from the website and try to solve them all,even two times if you have enough time.
Also give mocy tests.
Learn from your mistakes.
Learn to use the jam calculator which is not same as the normal calculator we use .
Get enough sleep.
You would be fine
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can a B tech student can apply for IIT jam physics exam and what are the requirements that are needed ?

Shivam bhardwaj Student Expert 2nd Dec, 2019

Hello Sai,

Hope you are doing well.

IIT JAM Eligibility Criteria mandates candidates to hold a Bachelor’s Degree . Candidates belonging to General/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) category must have at least 55% aggregate in Bachelor’s. The marks secured include all the subjects studied at the graduation level, without rounding off the marks.

So you obviously appears for the IIT JAM.

Good luck

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I am currently studying bsc third year. I want to do MSc. but I didnt apply for any entrance exam like JAM till now. where can I study? is that any college opened their admission process?

Karvannan sevugamurthi 29th Nov, 2019

Hi aspirant

Yes you can still apply for your M.Sc degree. Because still you have one semester remaining. JAM application, TIFR application portals may get closed, but you can apply for upcoming notifications regarding admission. Universities call for admission, colleges also nearly in the month of March. So be ready to apply for them.

All the best.

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