JAM 2021 Admission Begins, Application form released at IISC Bangalore

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has released the Joint Admission Test for Masters (JAM) application form for admission to the master program on its official website – jam.iisc.ac.in. The JAM 2021 admission window will remain open until May 20.

The admission process has only begun for those who will enter the JAM admission test in 2021. Students who drop out of the exam will be able to apply for admission to the MSc (two years), the combined M.Sc-Ph.D, two M.Sc-Ph.D degrees, and other postgraduate degree programs in IIT and integrated PhD programs in IISc.

Depending on the relevant examination papers, the applicant may apply to one or more of the courses covered under those examination papers and will be considered to meet the minimum qualifications and eligibility requirements of accredited institutions.

IIT JAM 2021: Steps for admission to IISc

Step 1: Visit jam.iisc.ac.in

Step 2: Click on the ‘JAM 2021 entry portal’ on. Application will be accepted until 20 May 2021 ′

Step 3: Install login credentials

Step 4: Fill in the information asked on the form and state the institutional and program options

Step 5: Download the application form for adoption and download the printer for future use

The first list of admissions will be released on June 16. After the announcement of the first list of admissions, the institution that will send counseling will send candidates. Along with the submission of the admission form, these candidates will also be required to pay for the booking in advance via the JAM port, within the deadline specified in the submission letter. This fee will be transferred to the approval center and will be adjusted by charging the Agency’s fee at the time of registration.

IISc Bangalore will be releasing three JAM submission lists to provide seats for candidates at various participating institutions. The second list will be released on July 1 and the third will be released on July 16.

The allocation of seats will be based on the completed selection and taking into account the number of seats available in the various institutions and several other factors. The JAM test was conducted on February 14 and the results were announced on March 20. An estimated 14,725 students achieved more than the cut-off marks.

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