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IIT JAM Maths

About IIT JAM MATH

About JAM

JAM which is abbreviated form of (Joint Admission Test) for M.Sc. (JAM) conducted by Indian Institution of Science (IISc) Bangalore and IITs for the admission in Ph.D. Degree programs at IISc, Bangalore and M.Sc. (Two Years), Joint M. Sc. -PhD Dual Degree, Joint M.Sc. –PhD, M. Sc. -M. tech, M.Sc. – M.S. (Research) /PhD Dual Degree and other Post-Bachelor’s Degree Programs at IITs. The main objective of this exam is to consolidate Science as a career option for bright Students across the country. The academic environment, interdisciplinary interaction and research infrastructure which are given to the student at these top Institutes like IISC Bangalore and IITs motivate the scholars pursue their career not only in research and development of basic Science but also in the interdisciplinary areas of Science and Technology.

What is New?

From the year 2017, Examination of JAM conducted online for all Test Papers as Computer based Test (CBT). All of the papers of JAM will be of Objective Type with three different patterns of question which are described as below:

1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ): under this section, each question has four choices out of which only one choice is correct.

2. Multiple Select Questions (MSQ): This section is more or less common with upper section with the only difference that in this type of question more than one option may be correct.

3. Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Question: In this type of question you have to type answers with the help of virtual keypad on the monitor.

All candidates have to apply only ONLINE. Now all the candidates have to apply online for the exam. They have to upload it on the website, NO hardcopies of documents are to entertain which are mailed to the Organization. Again no hardcopy of score card will be sent to the qualified candidates by the Organizing Institute. You can download it directly from the website.

Question Paper Pattern for JAM
This exam is conducted for the seven test papers named as below:-

Biological Science (BL) Biotechnology (BT) Chemistry (CY) Geology (GG) Mathematics (MA) Mathematical Statistics (MS) Physics (PH)

All Papers are of Objective Type with three different sections of Questions. These sections are differentiated as A, B and C. All sections are compulsory. Questions in each section are of different types which are described as given below: Section –A: Total number of Question in this section are 30 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) carrying one or two marks each. Each Question has four choices among them only one choice is correct.

Section –B: Total number of Question in this section are 10 carrying two marks each. Each Question has four choices among them more than one may be correct. These types of Question are called Multiple Correct Question.

Section –C: Total numbers of Question in this section are 20 carrying one or two marks each. Under these sections of Question applicant should write the answer with the help of the virtual keyboard. No choices will be shown for these types of Questions. These Questions are called Numerical Answer Type Question (NAT).

Marking Scheme

In all sections, questions not attempted will result in no mark.

In section –A (MCQ) wrong answer will result in negative marks.

For all 1 Mark Questions, 1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

For all 2 marks Question, 2/3 will be deducted for each wrong answer.

In section –B (MSQ) and section -C there are no negative marks.

Online Test Rules

On Screen virtual scientific calculator will be available for the candidates to do the calculations in the exams as any type of Physical Calculators, charts, Graph Sheets, Cellular Phone, Tables or any type of electronic gadgets not allowed in the examination hall.

For rough work a scribble pad will be provided to each candidate whom to be returned back by the end of the examination. The candidate required to choose the answer for MCQ and MSQ question type and has to enter the answer with the help of mouse (as keyboard will be disabled). At the end of examination computer screen will be close for further actions.

IIT-JAM 2022*Seminar For IIT JAM MATHS on 6th June 2021 at 12 P.M.
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Regular & Weekend Classroom Program For IIT JAM MATHS BATCH 1 ( Offline )
*due to covid 19 pandemic limited seats are available to maintain social distancing. physical classes will start only after govt approval and you shall be informed. until then the classes will run online.
Starting From: 6th June 2021 Read More Rs. 44,840 /-
(38,000 + 6,840 GST)
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Regular & Weekend Classroom Program For IIT JAM MATHS BATCH 1 ( Online Only )
Starting From: 6th June 2021Read More Rs. 37,760 /-
(32,000 + 5,760 GST)
Regular Classroom Program For IIT JAM MATHS BATCH 2 ( Offline )
*due to covid 19 pandemic limited seats are available to maintain social distancing. physical classes will start only after govt approval and you shall be informed. until then the classes will run online.
Starting From: 27th June 2021 Read More Rs. 44,840 /-
(38,000 + 6,840 GST)
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Regular Classroom Program For IIT JAM MATHS BATCH 2 ( Online Only )
Starting From: 27th June 2021 Read More Rs. 37,760 /-
(32,000 + 5,760 GST)
Weekend Classroom Program For IIT-JAM MATHS ( Offline & Online )
*Due to Covid 19 Pandemic Limited seats are available to maintain social distancing. Physical classes will start only after Govt approval and you shall be informed. Until then the Classes will run Online.
Starting From: 27th Feb 2021 Read More Rs. 44,840 /-
(38,000 + 6,840 GST)
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FAQ

Which is the best online coaching centre for IIT JAM Mathematics, and Statistics?

Firstly, we never suggest any student to go for coaching, and any hard working student having a good foundation on all topics can easily qualify the JAM Maths exam. DIPS is an academy for Mathematical higher learning that helps to build the foundation of students so that they are able to become Mathematicians and able to crack all Mathematical Examination.

How do I prepare for IIT JAM Mathematical Statistics?

Few Suggestions given by our faculty
  1. Look at the Syllabus in detail and compare it with your BSc Syllabus. If there are areas which are not covered in your B.Sc. Syllabus, then try to cover them. Broadly speaking, try to cover the maximum possible syllabus
  2. Go through the last year question paper and find the weightage of all the topics,
  3. Focus on your Strength, make sure that you have full command over the topic of your strength. Kindly note, that You don’t have to score 100% to qualify the exam, if you just get 70~ 80% you will be among leading rank holders
  4. It’s a multiple choice question Paper and you should answer all the questions in a limited time, so practice hard to complete the paper in stipulated time.
  5. It’s a Multiple Choice Question paper and you should answer all the questions in a limited time, so practice hard to complete the paper in stipulated time.
  6. Focus on the basics and fundamentals of all topics.
  7. Solve at least 7 – 10 problems in each topic for attaining accuracy.
  8. Practice all the problems in previous question papers.

Which IIT is best for M.Sc. mathematics?

All the 21 IITs provide MSc Maths or Msc Maths & Computing. The Older IIT’s like IIT Delhi, IIT Mumbai, IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Kanpur has established facilities and are ranked better than the newly established IIT, Few new IIT’s like IIT Hyderabad is also ranked better

Is it easy to crack the IIT JAM mathematical statistics?

The syllabus of MSc Maths and Statistics are different. In mathematical statistics syllabus, 60% weightage is given to statistics. So, if you are strong in statistics, then undoubtedly mathematical statistics will be easier for you.

Can I write a JAM exam for both Maths and Mathematical Statistics in the same year?

Yes, you can write both the exams in the same year, the timings of the exam are generally different. You just have to select both the exam option while filling the JAM application form.

What are the cut off marks in IIT JAM in mathematical statistics for general students?

The exam cut off varies every year, cut off depends on the complexity of the paper. Generally the cut off varies from 50% to 65% , if you target for 70% marks then you can easily clear the exam.

What are career options after M.Sc. mathematics or mathematical Statistics?

There are Multiple career opportunities after completing MSc from IITs. A few career options are continuing in academics , market research/ data science, and research and development.

How long is the IIT JAM crash course? Is it useful?

For IIT JAM maths crash course is not necessary for all the students, However if you want to brush up on all your concepts, need some guidance, motivation and want to give a few preparatory tests before the main exam it would be quite helpful.

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