Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM) is a typical affirmation test directed each year for confirmation into Master of Science (M.Sc.) and other post-graduate science programs at Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and National Institutes of Technology(NITs), coordinated by exchanging foundations consistently. JAM has been directed since 2004. The 2021 release will be coordinated by the Indian Institute of Science
The test is PC-based. Seven even Papers are directed for each individual subject namely mathematics, physics, chemistry, mathematical statistics, geology, biotechnology, and economics. Biological science was eliminated in 2020 and financial matters presented in 2021. The test is three hours and is led uniquely in English. It incorporates 60 inquiries, as follows: 30 numerous decision questions (MCQ), 10 different select inquiries (MSQ), and 20 mathematical answer type (NAT) questions. Absolute imprints are 100, 50 for MCQ, 20 for MSQ, and 30 for NAT. Negative imprints are given for botches in the MCQ part.