JAM 2013 Admission Procedure

Only the candidates who qualify in JAM 2013 (whose names appear in the merit list) will be eligible to apply for admission to any of the corresponding academic programmes available at IISc, Bangalore & IITs (refer Appendix-I and II of this Information Brochure). For admission to Integrated Ph.D. programmes at IISc, Bangalore & M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree programme at IIT Bombay & M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree Programme in Physics at IIT Kanpur, the JAM-2013 qualified candidates are required to refer to the IISc, Bangalore & IITB and IITK admissions website for details including the dates for interview. Candidates are advised, in their own interest, to refer to the brief profiles of the admitting institutes and departments at their respective websites (Table 3). Applicants should note that they have to apply for admission by sending an Application Form for Admission (henceforth called Admission Form) only to the Organising Institute (IIT Delhi).
An applicant can apply to one or more academic programmes corresponding to the test paper(s) in which he/she has qualified, subject to fulfillment of the minimum educational qualifications and the eligibility requirements of the Admitting Institute(s). For the academic session 2013- 14, the following admission procedure shall be followed for all the programmes at the IISc, Bangalore & IITs covered under JAM 2013. Candidates are also advised to refer to IIT Delhi website (http://gate.iitd.ac.in/jam) for latest updates. 
(i) After JAM 2013 results are announced, a qualified candidate will have to apply online on the prescribed Admission Form to the Organising Institute (IIT Delhi) only, irrespective of IISc, Bangalore & IITs where he/
she desires to seek admission. The application form will be available from the website of the Organising Institute (IIT Delhi).
(ii) Irrespective of whether a candidate has qualified in one or two test papers, he/she needs to submit only one duly completed Admission Form listing all the programmes at IISc ,Bangalore & IITs (along with the order of preferences) to which the admission is sought.
(iii) The printout of duly completed Admission Form along with the required enclosures must be sent by the applicant to the Organising Chairman, JAM 2013, GATE/JAM office, Block-I, IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, along with a Demand Draft of Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred only), drawn in favour of “Chairman JAM, IIT Delhi”, payable at Delhi, as a non-refundable processing fee. The Admission Form will not be considered if it is found incomplete in any respect or if it is not accompanied by a Demand Draft of Rs.300/- and the candidate will not be considered for admission irrespective of his/her eligibility for any programme(s) for which Admission Form has been submitted. Also, a candidate will be considered for admission only to the programme(s), given in his/her Admission Form. The last date for receiving the completed Admission Form along with Demand Draft of Rs. 300/- at the Organising Institute (IIT Delhi) is 30 April, 2013.
(iv) Candidates who have chosen to apply for Integrated Ph.D. programmes at IISc, Bangalore & selected M.Sc.- Ph.D.Dual Degree programme at IIT Bombay, M.Sc.- Ph.D. Dual Degree programme in Physics at IIT Kanpur will additionally follow procedure given on admission website of these institutes and complete the required procedure.
(v) Taking into consideration the order of preference as given in the Admission Form and corresponding rank(s) in the merit list, the first Admission List for each programme under JAM 2013 will be prepared by the Organising Institute and will be announced at 17:00 hrs on 31 May, 2013.
(vi) After the declaration of the First Admission List, admission offers will be sent by the respective Admitting
Institute(s) to the candidates concerned on 3 June, 2013. Last date for conveying the acceptance of the offer by the candidates to the Organising Chairman, JAM 2013, IIT Delhi, is 17 June 2013. Along with the acceptance of offer, these candidates will also have to send an advance fee of Rs. 5000/- to the Organising Chairman through a demand draft in favour of the “Chairman JAM, IIT Delhi”, payable at Delhi. This amount will be transferred to the Admitting Institute and this will be adjusted at the time of registration.
(vii) If seats remain vacant after the admission process is over based on the First Admission List, the Organising Institute will prepare a second admission list. This second list will be announced by the Organising
Institute at 17:00 hrs on 24 June, 2013 and admission offers based on this list, if any, will be sent by the Admitting Institute(s) to the candidates concerned. The candidates offered admission through the second list must report directly to the admitting institute on the date of registration. With that the admission process based on JAM 2013 will come to an end.
(viii) If a candidate is allotted a seat through the First Admission List and if he/she accepts the offer of admission, his/her lower preferences, if any, will be automatically cancelled. However, he/she will remain on the waiting list for all of his/her higher preferences (if any). Eligible candidates, who are not allotted any seat in the First Admission List, will remain on the waiting list in the next round of admission. If a candidate fails to accept an admission offer, he/she will not be considered further in the admission process.
Note :
(a) Verification of minimum educational qualifications and the eligibility criteria for admission is the prerogative of the Admitting Institute(s) only and the Organising Institute will not respond to any queries in this regard.
(b) The offer of admission to a candidate will be provisional, subject to the fulfillment of all the requirements by the dates specified.
(c) Candidates should note that being in the merit list of any Test Paper neither guarantees nor provides any
automatic entitlement for admission. Admissions shall be made in order of merit and depending on the number of seats available at the Admitting Institute(s).


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