Assam Joint Admission Test is conducted by the Director of Technical Education, Assam. It is conducted for the candidates who aspire to take admission into the various undergraduate courses in the engineering college, medical college, regional dental college and ayurvedic college in the state of Assam and NIT (Assam state quota) are also selected through Assam JAT. Every year the time and venue of the entrance is notified by the Director of Technical Education in Assam Gazette and other newspapers as well. Generally, Assam JAT is held in the month of May every year which is liable to changes.
MBBS - Bachelor of Surgery Bachelor of Medicine
BDS - Bachelor of Dental Surgery
B.E - Bachelor of Engineering
B.Tech - Bachelor of Technology
BAMS - Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery
BHMS - Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine & Surgery
BUMS - Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery
The candidates must pass their Higher Secondary Examination of the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council or its equivalent with aggregate of 50% (45% in case of SC and 40% in case of ST) marks in english, physics, chemistry and mathematics in the first attempt. The applicant must be an Indian citizen and resident of the state of Assam.
The candidates seeking admission into B.Tech courses via Assam JAT must not be more than 21 years of age and below 17 years of age. The SC/ST candidates are granted relaxation of 3 years in the upper age limit.
Assam Joint Admission Test (Assam JAT) consists of the following papers:
Questions in Assam Joint Admission Test (Assam JAT) are asked from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. The standard (level) is that of 10 + followed by various educational boards across India.
Expected Date of Exam:
JAT Entrance Exam: The Test is held usually in the month of June.
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