IIT JAM 2024 Correction Window Opening on November 24: Important Details


Guide to Modifying Details for IIT JAM 2024 Registered Applicants: Stay Informed with Updates

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, the conducting body for the exam, will initiate a correction window for JAM 2024 from November 24, 2023. This facility is exclusively available on the official website for applicants who have successfully registered. Initially scheduled for November 20, 2023, the opening of the correction window was deferred. Applicants can make modifications to their details by visiting the official website at jam.iitm.ac.in once the direct link becomes active. As of now, the website has not released the last date for the correction window facility.


As per the information provided, the JAM 2024 exam is scheduled for January 11, 2024, and will be conducted in two sessions. The forenoon session will cover three subjects – Chemistry (CY), Geology (GG), and Mathematics (MA), while the afternoon session will include Biotechnology (BT), Economics (EN), Mathematical Statistics (MS), and Physics (PH).

JAM 2024 will be a computer-based test featuring seven test papers at the undergraduate level. The test papers will consist of three types of objective questions – Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), Multiple Select Questions (MSQ), and Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions. The admit card is set to be released on January 8, 2024. Applicants are advised to cross-check and download it on or before the exam date to prevent any last-minute issues.


To access the IIT JAM 2024 correction window, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official website of IIT JAM 2024.
  2. Click on the highlighted link tab available on the homepage.
  3. Enter your login details as requested.
  4. Click on the correction window tab.
  5. Update details in the application forms.
  6. Cross-check all the details.
  7. Click on submit.
  8. Download and take a printout for future reference.


As per the note on the website, a candidate has the option to appear in either one or two Test Papers. However, it is important to note that a candidate can appear in two Test Papers only if they are not scheduled in the same session (refer to the table above).

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