IIT JAM/ JEST Coaching Bangalore
IIT JAM / JEST Coaching Bangalore
ELITE IIT Provides IIT JAM coaching in Bangalore for M.Sc Exam. It is specializes coaching for IIT JAM Physics Coaching, JEST Coaching in Bangalore, IIT Jam Biotechnology Coaching and iit jam chemistry coaching in Bangalore.
ELITE IIT has become the best IIT JAM coaching in Bangalore for M.Sc. entrance exam. It specializes in guiding and coaching students for undergraduate and postgraduate level MATHEMATICS, M.A. Political Science, STATISTICS & ECONOMICS. Delhi based institute is currently providing coaching classes for IIT JAM, UGC NET, IES, ISS, M.Sc. (Mathematics and Operational Research), M.A. Economics (DSE) entrance exams and other regular graduate level courses.
Regular weekdays course is designed for B.Sc Pass out students. Elite IIT offers coaching for IIT JAM Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biotechnology and Biological Science Coaching. The main feature of this course is that all the subjects are taught from basic level to advanced level. There is due emphasis on subject understanding, solving conceptual and numerical questions in the class.
Classes are taken by a team of IIT-JAM, NET and GATE Top Ranker. They have long time teaching experience in their respective fields with proven excellence.
Relevant study material are provided to the students during the classroom sessions. Regular assignments are provided to the students for self practice. This course is specially designed under the time management method to provide maximum information in the limited time.
The assessment of performance is done on regular basis through unit test based on examination pattern followed by relevant discussion in the class. Classes are conducted for 3 to 4 hours daily and 4 to 5 days a week. After completion of course, test series continues till a week before the examination.
IIT JAM ELIGIBILITY:
JAM provides admission to two high profile institutes like IITs and IISc Bangalore. But JAM exam is the basis for selection into other post graduates institutes like IISERs. These days JAM also qualifies under CCMN where students get admission into NITs/ CFTIs across INDIA.
- For IISc Bangalore: Aggregate of 60% marks are required to fulfill the basic condition As per university for general category with rounding off, for SC/ST and PwD Category Candidates 50% marks are required in the qualifying degree.
- For IIT at least
- 55% marks or 6.0 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, in Major/Honors and Pass in all other subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries
- 60% aggregate marks or 6.5 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined, for Un-Reserved/OBC(NCL) Category Candidates
- 50% marks or 5.5 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, in Major/Honors and pass in all other subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries
- 55% aggregate marks or 6.0 CPI in a scale of 10, without rounding off, taking into account all subjects, including Languages and Subsidiaries, all years combined, for SC/ST and PwD Category Candidates, in the qualifying degree.
PATTERN OF TEST PAPERS:
The JAM examination is ONLINE Computer Based Test (CBT) where the candidates will be shown the questions in a random sequence on a computer screen and the duration of the examination will be 3 hours. The medium for all the test papers will be English only. There will be a total of 60 questions carrying 100 marks. The entire paper will be divided into three sections, A, B and C. All sections are compulsory. Questions in each section are of different types as given below:
Section – A contains a total of 30 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) carrying one or two marks each. Each MCQ type question has four choices out of which only one choice is the correct answer. Candidates can mark the answer by clicking the choice.
Section – B contains a total of 10 Multiple Select Questions (MSQ) carrying two marks each . Each MSQ type question is similar to MCQ but with a difference that there may be one or more than one choice(s) that are correct out of the four given choices. The candidate gets full credit if he/she selects all the correct answers only and no wrong answers. Candidates can mark the answer(s) by clicking the choice(s).
Section – C contains a total of 20 Numerical Answer Type (NAT) questions carrying one or two marks each. For these NAT type questions, the answer is a signed real number which needs to be entered using the virtual keyboard on the monitor. No choices will be shown for these type of questions. Candidates have to enter the answer by using a virtual numeric keypad.
In all sections, questions not attempted will result in zero mark. In Section – A (MCQ), wrong answer will result in negative marks. For all 1 mark questions, 1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. For all 2 marks questions, 2/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer. In Section – B (MSQ), there is no negative and no partial marking provisions. There is no negative marking in Section – C(NAT) as well.
An on-screen virtual scientific calculator will be available for the candidates to do the calculations. Physical calculators, charts, graph sheets, tables, cellular phone or any other electronic gadgets are NOT allowed in the examination hall. A scribble pad will be provided for rough work and this has to be returned back at the end of the examination. The candidates are required to select the answer for MCQ and MSQ type questions, and to enter the answer for NAT questions using only a mouse on a virtual keypad (the keyboard of the computer will be disabled). At the end of the 3-hour window, the computer will automatically close the screen from further actions.
We are one of the most trusted institutes in Bangalore for IIT JAM / JEST coaching, UGC NET Coaching and MA Economics DU, JNU and IGIDR entrance. We are a pioneer when it comes to provide coaching classes and guidance to students aspiring for different competitive exams. Our well qualified faculty members possess several years of experience in teaching. Our unique and effective teaching methodology is well tried and tested, covers both the aspects of learning (conceptual and application based). The staff of the Deep Institute continuously evaluate performance of all the students and guide them as to how they can improve their performance. The study material we provide is well researched by our experts, covers exam syllabus comprehensively. The innovative approach adopted by us for Testing and Assessment of student’s preparation makes them more confident at the time of examination.
Applicants seeking admission for a Ph.D / Integrated Ph.D Programme in Physics or Theoretical Computer Science or Neuroscience or Computational Biology in one of the Participating Institutes may appear for the Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST).
The Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB) (statutory body established through an Act of Parliament) recognizes JEST as a National Eligibility Test (NET). Fellows working in SERB programmes and qualified inNET are eligible to get enhanced fellowship.
Participating Institutes have their own eligibility criteria. Applicants who are expected to complete their final examinations by August of each year are also eligible to appear for the JEST exam of that year.
JEST is conducted once in a year, i.e., in the months of February. The notifications announcing the JEST published in the months of October in the weekly journal of nation-wide circulation (Employment News).
Ph.D. Programme Physics
M.Sc in Physics, Applied Physics, Optics and Photonics Instrumentation, Electronics, Astronomy, Applied Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Biophysics or Biochemistry.
B.E./ B.Tech. / M.E. / M.Tech./MCA in all discipline.
Integrated M.Sc. / M.Tech – Ph.D Programme (Physics)
B.Sc. (Physics / Mathematics) / B.E. / B.Tech. in Electrical / Instrumentation / Engineering Physics / Electronics and Communications / Computer Science and Engineering / Optics and Photonics.
Scheme of JEST Test:
Part A contains 15 questions, and carry 3 (three) marks each for correct answer, and -1 (negative one) mark for incorrect answer.
Part B contains 10 questions and each carries 3 (three marks). These questions must be answered by integers of 4 digits each. Answer these questions on the OMR by filling in bubbles in the OMR sheet. There are NO NEGATIVE MARKS for these questions.
Part C contains 25 questions, and each carries 1 (one) mark for the correct answer, and -1/3 (negative one third) mark for incorrect answer. Multiple choice questions have only one correct answer.