JAM Rank Not Good? Relax, Here’s How You Can Still Get into a Great Institute

JAM Rank Not Good? Relax, Here’s How You Can Still Get into a Great Institute

 

 

India has a number of excellent science institutes – sometimes IITs are not the only options.

 

As we all know, JAM 2019 is the most coveted MSc entrance exam with highest number of appearing students in this segment i.e. 55,000. The exam is quite competitive in nature and the selection ratio is also less than 4%, roughly equating to 1 in every 25 candidates.

 

Considering the fact, the intake of MSc and Integrated MSc programme candidates is only 2,121 in IITs and IISC. It’s no wonder that when IIT JAM Result declares, it breaks many hearts who couldn’t sail through it.

 

 

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Let’s understand how IIT JAM marks vs ranks work:

 

Total number of seats in IIT JAM – 2,121

 

Overall Marks – 100

 

Every year the level of difficulty is different and so are the ranks/cut off marks. If the paper is easy, then the chances of higher cutoff soars.

 

While IIT JAM Toppers go for top-most IIT JAM Colleges, the candidates with low-rank can get admission in remaining institutes.

 

 

 

IIT Bombay is the favorite institute of JAM Toppers:

 

The reason why IITs are top pick is hype created about these institutes, reasonable fees, scholarships offered and future aspect. Owing to a smaller number of seats in IIT JAM Admitting IITs like IIT-B, IIT-D, IIT-Roorkee, IIT-KGP etc. despite having a decent rank, some students can’t get admission in their desired IIT.

 

IIT JAM 2018 Physics Topper – Swarnim Shirke opted for IIT Bombay.

 

IIT JAM Geology Topper – Rahul Pandey also ticked on IIT Bombay for M.Sc.

 

IIT JAM Chemistry Topper – Amardeep Kumar also enrolled into IIT-B.

 

But candidates with an insufficient AIR (all-India rank) should not lose hope, here’s Eduncle’s advice on some alternative IIT JAM Colleges they can consider:

 

 

[1] NIT – National Institute of Technology are the second greatest institutes for pursuing M.Sc. Most of the NITs offer M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry and Maths by accepting JAM Score cards. There are overall 20 NITs that accept JAM scorecard and the admission process is known as centralized counseling for M.Sc./M.Sc. (Tech) CCMN.

 

Total Seats in IIT JAM for NITs – 1,413

 

 

 

 

[2] IISc Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore is one of the eminent Science and research institute in India. It is the only Indian institute among top 100 QS world ranking and 1st at NIRF ranking.

 

IISc offers overall 20 seats for Integrated M.Sc. PhD courses in Mathematical science, Chemical Science, Physical Science, Biological Sciences.

 

 

 

[3] IISER - Another great option for pure sciences and research is the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research. The Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) are a group of premier science education and research institutes in India which are centrally funded.

 

Total Number of Seats in IIT JAM for IISERs: There were total 29 seats in 2018 session for I-PhD programme in IIT Tirupati, IISER Bhopal – 41 seats in 2018 Session for I-PhD, IISER Pune – 16 seats in 2018 Session for Integrated PhD.

 

 

 

[4] IIEST Shibpur - The Indian Institutes of Engineering Science and Technology Shibpur offers admission to M.Sc. course through IIT JAM for its 50% seats.

 

Total Number of Seats in IIT JAM for IIEST: There were total 80 seats in 2018 session for M.Sc. programme in IIEST.

 

 

 

[5] SLIET, Punjab - Talking about the deemed university, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology which is located in rural backdrop of Punjab, offers admission to M.Sc. courses through JAM. Interestingly, this institute was established by MHRD in 1991 and it has a good repute among Science peers.

 

Total Number of Seats in IIT JAM for SLIET:  60 seats

 

 

 

After completing M.Sc. in one of the above institutes, candidates can choose to opt for higher studies like doctorate and Post-Doc in foreign universities.

 

Although IIT JAM is one of the most sought exams in India, there are some other top science exams to pursue after B.Sc. too. These exams can be your alternatives to forge successful career in the domain of Science. One must not lose hope just because they didn’t make through a test to enter IITs/NITs.

 

Unable to gain admission into IIT, doesn’t mean the end of academic road for students, not in the least. India is home to a number of universities of repute that offer programmes in almost all disciplines. Apart from the courses, these universities also have the attraction of the best of infrastructure and co-curricular activities.
Also see – Best NIT for MSc Physics, Chemistry, Maths

 

So, whether you make it through IITs or not, head over to IIT JAM Exam now! The days are getting shorter, and JAM preparation is becoming more and more intense as the beginning of online registration with September fast approaches.

 

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If you’ve any queries regarding IIT JAM Exam or Ranks vs Marks analysis. Drop us a comment below!

 

 

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