• IIT JAM 2023: IIT Guwahati Releases Admit Card; Check How To Download

    The Schooling Times | 12/01/2023 11:24 PM



    IIT JAM Admit Card 2023: IIT Guwahati has released the IIT JAM 2022 admit card on January 11, 2023. Candidates who have registered for the IIT-JAM exam can download the admit card directly from the official website of IIT Guwahati at https://jam.iitg.ac.in.


    Candidates can download their Admit Card from the ‘JOAPS candidate portal’ by entering their enrolment ID,  e-mail ID and password to login on the official portal.


    IIT JAM admit card 2023 : How to download?

    Step 1: Visit the official website of  IIT JAM at jam.iitg.ac.in.

    Step 2: Click on the link “JOAPS candidate portal” to access your account at the portal

    Step 3: Enter your id and password in the dialog box. Click Submit button.

    Step 4: Your Admit Card will be displayed on the screen. 

    Step 5: Verify the Admit Card for any spelling mistakes in your particular.

    Step 6: Download the admit card and take a printout to be carred to the exam centre on the day of the exam mandatorily. 


    IIT JAM 2023 Date of Exam

    The IIT JAM 2023 exam will be held on February 12, 2023 


    IIT JAM 2023 Results Announcement Date

    Results for IIT JAM 2023 will be declared on March 22, 2023. 


    About IIT JAM Exam

    Indian Institute of Technology Joint Admission Test (IIT JAM) is a national-level entrance test conducted for admission in MSc and other PG courses at IITs and integrated Ph.D. courses at IISc, Bangalore along with other government-funded institutes e.g. CFTIs, NITs, DIAT, IIEST, IISER Pune, IISER Bhopal, IIPE, JNCASR, SLIET. IIT JAM is conducted once a year in the month of February.


    IIT JAM 2023 Exam Pattern / Scheme

    Exam Papers

    • Mathematical Statistics

    • Biotechnology

    • Geology

    • Chemistry

    • Economics

    • Mathematics

    • Physics

    Mode of Exam


    Duration of Exam

    3 hours

    Number of Questions

    • Section A: 30 MCQs (Marks: 10 *1 + 20*2= 50)

    • Section B: 10 MSQs (10*2=20)

    • Section C: 20 Numerical Type Questions (10*1+10*2=30)

    Total Marks


    Medium of Exam


    Negative Marking

    Section A: There is negative marking of 1/3 for each wrong 1 mark answer and ⅔ of marks for 2 mark questions

    Section B: No negative marking, no partial marking

    Section C: No negative marking


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