IIT JAM 2023 application correction window will open TOMORROW at jam.iitg.ac.in- Check out the details here

IIT-JAM 2023: The Indian Institute of Guwahati will open the application correction window for JAM 2023 tomorrow, November 10. Candidates can change their JAM 2023 application by going to the official website – jam.iitg.ac.in. The Candidate Portal provides the most recent application status for JAM. The applications submitted by the candidates are examined and if the authorities discover any inconsistencies in the uploaded documents, they will notify the applicants. Candidates must make necessary corrections before the deadline. Failure to do so may result in disqualification from JAM 2023 exam.

“Applications are examined to verify the data entered by the candidate with the supporting documents submitted, the clarity of the photo and the signature. If everything is found to be in order, the application will be processed. Otherwise, any flaws in the application will be flagged and reported to the candidate for rectification within a specified time,” the statement reads on the official website.

IIT JAM 2023: How to make changes

  • Visit the official website of IIT JAM – jam.iitg.ac.in.
  • Click on the link ‘JOAPS 2023: Candidate Portal’ on the homepage.
  • Please enter your login details correctly such as Email ID, Subscription ID, Password and Captcha.
  • Your application form will open on the screen.
  • Make the changes in the IIT JAM 2023 application form and tap submit.
  • Please check the details you have entered before closing the portal.

The JAM 2023 test will be given on February 12 at IIT Guwahati. On January 10, 2023, the JAM 2023 access card will be made available on JOAPS. The results of JAM 2023 will be available on the official website on March 22.

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