• Joint Admission test(JAM)

    Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) conducts a Joint Admission test(JAM) admission to M.Sc. and other post-B.Sc. programmes at the IITs. The main objective of JAM is to provide admissions to various M.Sc. and other post-B.Sc. programmes based on the performance in a single test and consolidate 'Science' as a career option for bright students from across the country.

    GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR IIT JAM ADMISSION 

    ( i ) The IIT JAM is open to all nationals ( Indian / Foreign ). Candidates seeking admission to academic programs covered under IIT JAM need to appear in JAM . There is no age restriction.
    ( ii ) The JAM examination held in the month of February, March approximately. 
    ( iii ) For IIT JAM admission, foreign nationals are required to satisfy the rules and regulations of the admitting Institute ( s ) pertaining to foreign students. For further details, they are advised to contact the Admitting Institute ( s ) concerned.
    ( iv ) To apply for admission to a desired program, a candidate is required to qualify in the corresponding test paper and also satisfy the minimum educational qualifications and eligibility criteria of the respective academic program.
    ( v ) The candidates who have either appeared or are due to appear in the final examination of their qualifying degree are also eligible to appear in the IIT JAM Test. By qualifying in JAM, candidates can apply for provisional admission subject to the condition that :-
    • All parts of their final examination shall be completed by the date of registration of the Admitting Institute.
    • Proof of having passed the qualifying degree with required eligibility, as specified by the admitting institute.
    ( vi ) IIT JAM Admissions to various academic programs at different institutes will be made on the basis of merit in JAM . On the basis of performance in the test, for each Test Paper, separate merit lists will be prepared for General, OBC ( Non – Creamy Layer ), SC, ST and Persons with Disability ( PD ) Category candidates.

     

    ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA

    IISc Bangalore: Candidate requires 60% or more in qualifying degree (50% for Sc/ST) 

    IIT Guwahati

    • Candidate needs 55% marks or 6.0 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, in Major/Honors and Pass in all other subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries or
    • Candidate requires 60% aggregate marks or 6.5 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined, for Un-Reserved/OBC(NCL) Category Candidates; and at least (a) 50% marks or 5.5 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, in Major/Honors and pass in all other subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, or (b) 55% aggregate marks or 6.0 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined, for SC/ST and PwD Category Candidates, in the qualifying degree.

    IIT Indore :

    • A minimum of 60% marks for GEN/OBC (55% for SC/ST) category in aggregate or as specified by the university/institute OR (ii) A minimum CPI of 6.0 for GEN/OBC (5.5 for SC/ST) category on the scale of 10; with corresponding proportional requirements when the scales are other than on 10 (for example 4.8 for GEN/OBC category (4.4 for SC/ST) on a scale of 8) OR (iii) A first class as specified by the university/institute. 

    IIT Jodhpur:

    • A minimum of 60% marks for GEN/OBC (55% for SC/ST) category in aggregate or as specified by the university/institute OR (ii) A minimum CGPA of 6.5 for GEN/OBC (6.0 for SC/ST) category on the scale of 10; with corresponding proportional requirements when the scales are other than on 10 (for example 5.2 for GEN/OBC category (4.8 for SC/ST) on a scale of 8) OR (iii) A first class as specified by the university/institute

    For all other IITs

    • At least 55% aggregate marks, without rounding off, (taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined) for Un-Reserved/OBC Category Candidates and at least 50% aggregate marks, without rounding off, (taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined) for SC/ST and PwD Category Candidates in the qualifying degree

     

    COURSE OFFERED AT PIE EDUCATION

    Class Schedule: This program will have classes during the weekend on Saturday & Sunday for3-4 hours each day. Classes can be held during morning or evening at the institute’s discretion.

    Subjects Covered:1) CHEMISTRY (CY)

    2) MATHEMATICS (MA)

    3) BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BL)

    4) BIOTECHNOLOGY (BT)

    Course duration For Regular Course: The classes will be held during weekend for One Year.

    Course Fees: 35,000/-

    Course duration For Crash Course: The classes will be held during weekends for Three Months.

    Course Fees: 10,000/-