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    B.tech in agriculture engineering student is eligible for iit jam or not

    Hello,
    i m an agricultural engineering student i want to do m.sc in physics after completing b.tech. I am eligible for iit jam or not?

    My course details are-
    1.engineering mathematics 1,2 and 3
    2.probability and statistics
    3. Engineering physics 3
    4.solid mechanics
    5. Thermodynamics
    6.fluid mechanics
    7.theory of machines
    8.electrical circuits
    9. Basic and applied electronics
    10.refrigeration

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    Hello Himanshu,
    There are some eligibility criteria regarding age limit, nationality and educational qualification for IIT JAM exam are as follows:
    Nationality: All nationality are allowed i.e. Indian/Foreign.
    Age limit: No age limit required.
    Educational qualification:
    Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in any stream with at least 55% aggregate marks for general/OBC-NCL Category (50% aggregate marks for SC/ST/PwD Category) applicants in the qualifying degree.
    Note: As per the eligibility criteria of JAM 2017, candidates will need to submit their proof of qualifying the degree examinations by September 30, 2017 to the admitting institute or candidature will be canceled if failing to do so.
    If you fulfill above mention eligibility, you can apply for IIT JAM exam.
    You should check official notification for more information about IIT JAM exam eligibility.

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