JAM Exam Centres 2017

Candidates appearing for joint admission test for M.Sc. programmes can check here exam cities of JAM 2017 as notified by Indian Institute of Delhi (IIT Delhi). As per the official list of JAM Exam Centres 2017, the post graduate science entrance exam will be held in as many as 63 cities in India. Candidates can check here the list of exam centres as mentioned below in this page.

Candidates are allotted exam centres as marked by them while filling up the application form of JAM 2017. Moreover, IIT Delhi has notified that it may add more exam centres or might reduce the exam centres as per the convenience after analyzing number of applicants.

The allotted exam centres is also mentioned on the admit card of JAM 2017. Candidates are advised to reach their allotted exam centre an hour early of the exam time.

Scroll down to check the list of exam centres for JAM 2017 as mentioned below –

List of JAM 2017 Exam Cities –

1. Agra 22. Indore 43. Nanded
2. Ahmedabad 23. Jaipur 44. Nasik
3. Allahabad 24. Jalandhar 45. New Delhi
4. Asansol-Durgapur 25. Jammu 46. Noida
5. Bareilly 26. Jodhpur 47. Palakkad
6. Bengaluru 27. Jorhat 48. Patna
7. Bhubaneswar 28. Kalyani 49. Pune
8. Chennai 29. Kanpur 50. Raipur
9. Coimbatore 30. Kharagpur 51. Roorkee
10. Dehradun 31. Kolkata 52. Siliguri
11. Dhanbad 32. Kollam 53. Thiruvananthapuram
12. Ernakulum 33. Kottayam 54. Thrissur
13. Faridabad 34. Kozhikode 55. Tiruchirapalli
14. Ghaziabad 35. Kurukshetra 56. Tirunelveli
15. Goa 36. Lucknow 57. Vadodara
16. Greater Noida 37. Madurai 58. Varanasi
17. Gurgaon 38. Mangalore 59. Vijayawada
18. Guwahati 39. Mohali 60. Visakhapatnam
19. Hisar 40. Moradabad 61. Warangal
20. Hubli 41. Mumbai 62. Bhopal
21.Hyderabad 42. Nagpur 63. Ranchi

Modalities of JAM 2017 examination –

  • JAM 2017 will be conducted in online mode only
  • JAM 2017 is being conducted for around 1700 seats of as many as 20 post-graduate programmes in science & technology
  • JAM 2017 will be conducting in as many as 8 IIT zones in more than 60 exam cities
  • There will be 7 test papers divided in to 2 sessions, where session I includes – Mathematics, Biological Science, Physics and session II includes Mathematical Statistics, Geology, Biotechnology & Chemistry
  • Candidates can appear either for one paper or maximum for two papers, one from each session of JAM 2017.

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