IIT JAM 2021 Official Answer Key Released, Raise objections from 1 to 3 March

IISc Bangalore on Saturday released the official Answer key and Question papers of JAM 2021 admission test held on February 14. Challenges can be raised against the IIT JAM Answer key on or before 3rd March.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 27, 2021 13:31 IST
IIT JAM 2021 Official Answer Key Released, Raise objections from 1 to 3 March
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Indian Institute of Science Bangalore has released the official Answer key of the Joint Admission Test for Masters (JAM) 2021 for all seven test papers. The examination of the JAM 2021 was held on 14 February in two shifts. As per the released Answer key, candidates can raise objections against the Preliminary key from 1 to 3 March 2021 on the official website.

JAM 2021 was conducted in seven Test Papers, namely, (i) Biotechnology (BT), (ii) Chemistry (CY), (iii) Economics (EN), (iv) Geology (GG), (v) Mathematics (MA), (vi) Mathematical Sciences (MS) and (vii) Physics (PH), and Economics (EN) paper. The examination was held on February 14, 2021 (Sunday) at designated exam centres across the country.

The sequence of questions and options in the question paper found on the candidate’s response sheet may differ from the one posted here. The answer keys are open to challenge during March 1-3, 2021 by paying a fee of Rs 500 per question through the JOAPS portal.

Also read- IIT JAM 2021 Question Paper Analysis for Shift 1 and 2 All papers

The question number and answer mentioned in the challenge must be according to the question paper posted on this webpage and not the one found on the candidate’s response sheet. Candidates challenging the answer key must also provide a detailed answer to the question.

IISc JAM 2021 Answer Key and Question Papers Direct Link

Fee Charges: The fee of Rs 500 will be refunded only if a challenge is found to be valid. The final answer key will be available on this webpage in the third week of March 2021.

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