Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee is going to close the application window today, October 14, 2021, at 11:59 pm, for the IIT Joint Admission Test for Masters (IIT JAM) 2022 examination. Interested and eligible candidates still have a day’s time to submit the online application form and pay the required fee. All these formalities must be completed on the official website jam.iitr.ac.in within the stipulated deadline. The entrance exam for post-graduation is all set to be held on February 13, 2022, through the computer-based format. Admit cards for the same will be released 40 days before on the official portal itself.
IIT Roorkee began the IIT JAM 2022 registration on August 25, 2021, on the official website jam.iitr.ac.in. Initially, the application process was scheduled to end on October 11, 2021. However, the institute extended the deadline to October 14, 2021, giving an extension of three days for candidates to complete the registration formalities.
As of now, the official website is displaying the IIT JAM 2022 registration deadline while advising students to submit their application form and pay the required fee as soon as possible. This is to avoid any web traffic at the last moment. Candidates must also note that any further extension in the deadline is not currently on the cards. Hence, they must grab this opportunity to apply for the national-level PG admission test.
According to the existing schedule, IIT JAM 2022 is going to be held on February 13, 2022, through the computer-based format. This format will be applicable for all test papers. The admission test will comprise seven test papers in total such as Biotechnology, Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics and Physics. Candidates will be able to download or print a copy of their admit cards from January 04, 2022, onwards on the official portal. After the conduction of the exam, IIT Roorkee will be announcing the results on March 22, 2022.
All seven test papers of IIT JAM 2022 will be entirely based on objective-type questions. These questions will be of three main types, namely – 1. Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs), 2. Multiple Select Questions (MSQs) and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions. These questions will be present in the form of Section A, Section B and Section C, respectively, with varying marking schemes. The question paper will comprise 60 questions to be attempted within a duration of 100 minutes. Candidates must note that the entire paper will be ONLY in the English language.