The organising institute, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, for Joint Admission Test for MSc programmes (JAM) 2019 has released the result prior to the scheduled date, i.e., March 20. On the official website, it displays that the announcement of the results of JAM 2019 will be on March 20.
IIT Kharagpur had conducted the entrance exam on February 10, 2019. The entrance exam is conducted for admissions to MSc (four semesters), Joint MSc PhD, MSc PhD Dual Degree, etc. programmes at the IITs and Integrated PhD Degree Programmes at IISc Bangalore. Here are the steps to check the IIT JAM result 2019.
Steps To Check IIT JAM Result 2019
Step 1: Visit the official website of JAM 2019 - http://jam.iitkgp.ac.in/
Step 2: In the latest announcements, candidates will find the result link.
Step 3: Click on the link ''Results of JAM 2019.''
Step 4: Enter the login credentials to access the result.
Step 5: Download the IIT JAM result 2019 and take a printout of the same for future reference.
What To Do After IIT JAM Result
Along with the IIT JAM result, IIT Kharagpur will also release the merit list on March 20, 2019. For each test paper, an All India Merit list will be prepared based on AIR. The number of candidates
included in the All India Merit List will depend on the total number of seats available in each category (OBC-NCL, SC, ST, and PwD) in a given subject.
After JAM 2019 results are announced, a qualified candidate has to apply online only using the prescribed admission form available at JAM 2019 website irrespective of IITs where the admission is sought. The period for submission of online Admission Form is April 11 to 24, 2019.
The OBC-NCL candidates have to note that they should upload the OBC-NCL certificate issued after March 31, 2018. The final seat allotment will be done based on the OBC-NCL certificate submitted along with the application form for admission. The most important point is the candidate will be considered as the General category in case the OBC-NCL Certificate is invalid or not in the prescribed format or not uploaded within the specified time.
If the candidates scoring the same aggregate marks in a test paper then a higher ratio of positive marks to negative marks will be given a higher rank. If this criterion fails to break ties, the concerned candidates will be awarded the same rank.
Also Read: What is Joint Admission Test (JAM)?