IIT JAM 2021: Admit card for IIT JAM 2021 entrance released today by Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

IIT JAM 2021

Highlights on IIT JAM 2021:

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore releases IIT JAM 2021 admit card on 11th January 2021. The exam is scheduled to be held on 14th February 2021 and the results will be announced on 20th March 2021.

Mumbai: IIT JAM 2021 Admit card was released on 11th January 2021 by the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, in online mode. The aspirants may download the admit card by visiting the JOAPS official portal.

The IIT JAM 2021(entrance exam) is scheduled to be held on 14th February 2021. It will be conducted in the computer-based or online mode in two shifts. The results for IIT JAM 2021 will be declared on the official website on 20th March 2021.

The candidates who have registered for the IIT JAM (entrance) 2021 exam, need to visit the JOAPS portal in order to download the admit card. They will then be asked to enter their enrolment number or email id. After entering the requisite information, they need to click on the ‘Submit’ Tab so as to download the admit card for IIT JAM 2021.

In case the candidate forgets his/her enrolment ID or is unable to download the admit card, he/she can retrieve the enrolment ID through an SMS. For this purpose, they first need to click on the ‘Forgot Enrolment ID or Password?’ Tab at the bottom of the JOAPS login window.

The aspirants need to carry their IIT JAM 2021 Admit card mandatorily to the exam centre, in the absence of which they will be denied entry into the exam hall. They also need to carry a valid ID proof such as Aadhaar card, Pan card, Voter ID, and Driving license along with the admit card.

The candidates also need to check that all the details in the Admit Card thoroughly and ensure that they are correct. In case they find any discrepancy in it, they should contact the exam authorities as soon as possible and get it rectified.

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