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IIT Guwahati will be conducting the joint admission test for masters (JAM) on February 12 in 2023. JAM 2023 is a qualifying examination for candidates pursuing admission to masters programmes in various IITs and National Institute of Technologies (NIT).

Online application process for the candidates has started from September 7 and it will continue till October 11, 2022. Interested candidates can apply for the exam through the link.

JAM 2023 will be conducted in over 100 cities across the country as a computer-based test in seven test papers. These include: Biotechnology, chemistry, economics, geology, mathematics, mathematical statistics and physics.

Candidates can appear for either one or two test papers. Through this exam, over 3000 seats in various IITs and over 2000 seats in various NITs will be filled for masters programmes including M Sc, M Sc (tech), M Sc – M Tech dual degree, M Sc – MS (research), joint M Sc – Ph D, M Sc – Ph D dual degree and integrated Ph D in various institutes.

JAM 2023 is open to all national candidates with no age restriction. JAM 2023 score will be valid for only one year and might also be used by other centrally funded technical institutions including IISc Bangalore, JNCASR, IIEST Shibpur, SLIET Punjab, DIAT and IISERs for admission to their masters programmes.

IIT Guwahati established in 1994 has completed 25 years of glorious existence in 2019. At present, the institute has 11 departments, seven inter-disciplinary academic centres and five schools covering all the major engineering, science, healthcare, management and humanities disciplines, offering BTech, BDes, MA, MDes, MTech, MSc, and PhD programmes. The institute offers a residential campus to 435 faculty members and more than 7,000 students at present.

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