JAM Cut Off 2017
JAM Cut Off 2017 – Indian Institute of Technology Delhi in accordance with other Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has determined cut off for JAM 2017 on march 24. JAM 2017 cut off will be minimum marks required for admissions to the respective M.Sc programmes offered by various institutions including IITs and IISc Bangalore. The JAM cut off may also be considered as maximum rank at which a IIT-Joint Admission test taker will be offered admissions in the M.Sc programme of his/ her choice. JAM Cut-off 2017 will depend on a number of factors including number of test takers, minimum and maximum marks scored by candidates, difficulty level of the programme test paper and even last years’ cut-offs. Candidates need to note that the cutoff of JAM is the basis for admission into the M.Sc programmes, which means only those candidates, will be offered post graduate admissions in the institutes, who meet JAM cut-off. Candidates can check also here JAM cut off trend of previous years. Find below more information on JAM Cut off 2017.
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IIT JAM Cut off 2017
JAM cut off 2017: Instructions
The JAM 2017 cut off is determined after the results of Joint Admission Test are announced as it is mentioned on the score card of JAM 2017.
Admissions to M.Sc programmes in the participating colleges is based on JAM cut-off.
IIT Delhi on behalf of the IITs and IISc Bangalore announces cut off of JAM 2017.
Candidates will be called for JAM counselling based on their programme and institute preference and JAM Cut-off 2017.
The cutoff of JAM 2017 varies for each subject of the postgraduate science programmes offered in every institute.
Moreover, candidates can also check here cut off trends of JAM so that they get an overview of the minimum marks or the maximum rank required for admissions to the M.Sc programmes.
It should be noted that a candidate found ineligible for the M.Sc programmes in the institutes will not be offered admissions, even if they meet JAM cut off.
JAM Cut off Trend
*Cut off rank for General category
JAM 2014 Cut-off
Biological Sciences (BL)
Mathematical Statistics (MS)
# Cut-off marks required for admissions
JAM Cut Off 2016 – Click here to download category-wise cut off of each M.Sc programme or check for the official cutoff of JAM 2016
JAM Cut Off 2015 – Click here to download category-wise cut off of each M.Sc programme or check for the official cutoff of JAM 2015
Why is JAM cut off required?
The IIT administered Joint Admission Test for M.Sc programmes (JAM) attract thousands of applications every year against a limited number of seats, i.e., as many as 1775 across 15 colleges offering postgraduate science programmes. Further, many of the JAM applicants are screened out with the entrance examination. Yet, the number of test takers qualifying the M.Sc entrance examination is quite huge in comparison to the number of offered seats. Therefore, JAM cut off is determined to shortlist candidates for admissions into the M.Sc programmes and it becomes easy for the institutes to call the JAM cutoff qualifying candidates for counselling process.
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