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13th August 2015, 02:40 PM
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Am I eligible for JAM Chemistry exam if haven't studies maths in 10+2?


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I want to pursue m.sc chem in jam entrance so i i saw that eligibility required is maths in 10+2 but i have maths background upto 10th i dont have maths in 10+2 but iam good at maths so am i eligible to this xam plz reply to my question to my email id is [email protected]




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13th August 2015, 07:56 PM
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Sir..
I want to pursue m.sc chem in jam entrance so i i saw that eligibility required is maths in 10+2 but i have maths background upto 10th i dont have maths in 10+2 but iam good at maths so am i eligible to this xam plz reply to my question to my email id is [email protected]
Yes, you are eligible for IIT JAM exam in Chemistry.

Those candidates who have completed B.Sc degree from recognized university are eligible for IIT JAM exam. IIT JAM exam doesn't require any kind of percentage marks in graduation degree.

Your age should be above 17 years.
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13th August 2015, 09:29 PM
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No, you are not eligible to appear in the examination to pursue the M.Sc in Chemistry from the IIT.

As the eligibility to appear for the examination is candidates must have passed the 10+2 with the PCM and graduation in the Chemistry to pursue the M.Sc in Chemistry so you are not eligible to pursue.

It does not matter that whether you are good or not first you need to fulfil the eligibility of appearing and then to qualify in the examination for the admission.
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13th August 2015, 10:45 PM
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JAM is conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology for the Master of science courses in different disciplines.

The eligibility criteria for the IIT JAM for Master of Science in Chemistry is:

Candidate must have done bachelor's degree in chemistry for three years course or six semesters from a recognized university. Final year candidates can also apply for the exam.

You must have studied Mathematics at the 10+2 level. So, you are not eligible for the IIT JAM if you have not studied mathematics at 10+2 level.
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13th August 2015, 11:27 PM
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The eligibility for the IIT JAM for Master's degree in Chemistry is:

1. Candidate should have done bachelor's degree in chemistry from a recognized university. Graduation must be of three years or six semesters.

2. Candidate must have studied mathematics at 10+2 level then only you can apply for this exam.

Therefore, you are not eligible for this exam.
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14th August 2015, 03:18 AM
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It is sorry to say to you that you can not appear in the IIT-JAM entrance examination because it is must to have the math as main subject in your +1 and +2 examination. As you are telling that you were not having math subject in your +1 and +2 so you can not appear in entrance exam.
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14th August 2015, 03:59 PM
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It is sorry to say to you that you can not appear in the IIT-JAM entrance examination because it is must to have the math as main subject in your +1 and +2 examination. As you are telling that you were not having math subject in your +1 and +2 so you can not appear in entrance exam.
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14th August 2015, 06:37 PM
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Re: Am I eligible for JAM Chemistry exam if haven't studies maths in 10+2?

Yes you are eligible , JAM is conducted by the Indian Institute of technology (IIT) for the Masters of Science ( M.Sc) courses in different discipline

Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates must have passed Bachelor's Degree in chemistry in any recognized university.

At least 55% aggregate marks without rounding off for General Category , OBC Category candidates and 50% aggregate marks without rounding off for ST/SC and PWD category in the qualifying degree

So you are not eligible
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3rd September 2015, 10:19 AM
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so if he isnot eligible then is there any course that can fulfill the requirements of mathematics? ?
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16th November 2019, 01:03 PM
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Sir, Am I eligible for IIT jAM chemistry exam. If I haven't appeared for 12 math as my subjects in 12 were PCBG but I have appeared for math in 10th std
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20th May 2020, 01:40 AM
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The IIT JAM requires mathematics in twelfth for msc in chemistry but some of the NIT's doesn't have that requirement, and to get into NIT we've to give IIT JAM exam. If I'm not eligible to give iit jam exam how is it possible to get into nit??
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17th June 2020, 02:38 PM
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Am i eligible for iit jam if my subject in 12 was PCB category.
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