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JAM which is condensed type of (Joint Admission Test) for M.Sc. (JAM) led by Indian Institution of Science (IISc) Bangalore and IITs for the affirmation 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 principle target of this exam is to combine Science as a profession choice for splendid Students the nation over. The scholastic condition, interdisciplinary communication and research foundation which is given to the candidate at these best Institutes like IISC Bangalore and IITs propel the researchers seek after their vocation not just in the innovative work of essential Science yet additionally in the interdisciplinary territories of Science and Technology

What is New?

From the year 2017, Examination of JAM led online for all Test Papers as Computer based Test (CBT). The greater part of the papers of JAM will be of Objective Type with three unique examples of question which are portrayed as underneath:

1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ): Under this segment, each question has four options out of which just a single one is right.

2. Multiple Select Questions (MSQ): This segment of question is pretty much normal with upper segment with the main distinction that in this sort of question that more than one answer is correct.

3. Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Question: In this sort of question you need to type answers with the assistance of virtual keypad on the screen.

All applicants need to apply ONLINE

As per the new pattern everyone need to apply online for the exam. They need to transfer it on the site, NO printed versions of records are to engage which are sent to the Organization. Again, no printed copy of score card will be sent to the qualified students by the Organizing Institute. You can download it specifically from the site.

Question Paper Pattern for JAM Stats

IIT JAM Syllabus is vital for the planning of the exam. You should know the total syllabus before beginning your readiness. You can check the entire at IIT JAM Mathematical Statistics Syllabus.
The Mathematical Statistics (MS) test paper includes in two sections.
-Mathematics which has 40% weightage in the exam.
-Statistics which has 60% weightage in the exam.
Paper is of Objective Type with three distinct segments of Questions. These segments are separated as A, B and C. All segments are mandatory. Question in each segment are of various kinds which are depicted as given underneath:

Segment – A: Total number of Question in this segment is 30 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) having one or two marks each. Each Question has four options among them just a single decision is right.

Segment – B: Total number of Question in this segment is 10 having two marks each. Each Question has four options among them more than one can be right. These kinds of Question are called Multiple Correct Question.

Segment – C: Total quantities of Question in this area are 20 conveying one or two marks each. Under these segments of Question candidate ought to compose the appropriate response with the assistance of the virtual console. No choices will be appeared for these sorts of Questions. These Questions are called Numerical Answer Type Question (NAT).

Marking Scheme

Segment – A (MCQ) wrong answer will bring about negative imprints.
For every one of the 1 Mark Questions, 1/3 will be deducted for each wrong answer.
For every one of the 2 marks Question, 2/3 will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Segment – B (MSQ) and Segment – C (NAT) there are no negative imprints.

Marking Scheme

On Screen virtual calculator will be accessible for the student to do the calculations in the exams as a Physical Calculators, Diagrams, Graph Sheets, Cellular Phone, Tables or any sort of electronic devices not permitted in the examination lobby.

For Rough Work a scribble pad will be given to every applicant whom to be returned back before the end of the examination. The candidate required to pick the response for MCQ and MSQ question type and needs to enter the appropriate response with the assistance of the mouse (as the console will be debilitated). Toward the end of the examination PC screen will be close to additionally activities.



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