Admission Portal Launched For JAM 2021: The wait is over now for the students who are waiting for the opening of admissions of JAM 2021. Because the IIsc (Indian Institute of Science) Bengaluru, has recently announced that Admissions Portal Launched For JAM 2021.
And the masters admission test will be held on February. Well, there is no announcement of a fixed date for it. But for the admission of students, IIsc announced fixed date.
Well, JAM or Joint Admissions For MSc will be held on February 2021 and those who want to participate or take admissions can apply online for this in-between September 10 to October 15, 2020.
Students can apply online for the Joint Admissions For MSc on the official website of JAM, jam.iisc.ac.in.
There is one more official announcement which is that the JAM 2021 admissions test include one more new subject. Before there were only 6 subjects which is Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biotechnology, Geology, Statistics, but now with these 6 subjects one more additional subject is added which is Economics.
So, if you are planning to apply for the test so make sure to prepare Economics also.
The JAM Admission test will be held in two shifts and the test will be Computer-Based. And the results of these tests will be announced on 20 March, 2021.
The admission of students are held all across India for the students of MSc (Two Year), MSc-PhD, Joint MSc, MSc PhD dual degree and for the other post bachelor’s.
So be prepared for the test and apply for admission test online between 10 September to 15 October.
So these are the all updates and the main thing is that Admission Portal Launched For JAM 2021: One New Subject Included
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