IIT JAM 2023 Application Correction Window Opens at joaps.iitg.ac.in
IIT JAM 2023 application correction window has been opened by IIT Guwahati on November 10 till November 30. Registered candidates will be able to make changes in the application form by logging in to the Candidate Portal. Know the details here.
IIT JAM 2023 Application Correction Window Opens
IIT JAM 2023 application correction window has opened today, November 10. The last date to make corrections in the application form is November 30. Candidates who had completed their application process within the deadline of October 14 will be able to avail this facility to make changes in the IIT JAM application form 2023. IIT Guwahati, the exam conducting body for IIT JAM 2023 has not stated any last date for application correction. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on February 12. The IIT JAM 2023 application process was conducted from September 7 to October 14.
How to Make Corrections in IIT JAM 2023 Application Form
Candidates will have to follow the steps given below to make the changes or corrections in the IIT JAM 2023 application form:
Visit the official website of IIT JAM 2023 – jam.iitg.ac.in
Click on the ‘JOAPS 2023: Candidate Portal’ or directly enter the link joaps.iitg.ac.in
Login by entering the credentials of email ID/Enrolment ID and Password
Enter the Arithmetic Expression and Click on Submit
Check the application form and decide the fields to be edited
Click on the field and edit the changes
Click on Save after verifying the details
Make the final submission
Candidates will receive a confirmation email and SMS from the exam authorities. Candidates must note that the application fee will also be impacted in case there is a change in category. In that case, they will have to pay the additional fee to make their application valid.
The IIT JAM 2023 admit card will be released on January 10. The exam will be conducted in two slots for seven subjects, namely, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Economics, Mathematical Statistics and Physics.
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