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JAM - M.Sc. Chemistry-CY

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Course Attention
for Bachelor of Engineering
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Live Lectures
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Eligiblity :
Course Eligiblity
for Bachelor of Engineering Students

JAM 2020 (Joint Admission Test for M.Sc) is a Gateway to various professional courses such as M.Sc (2 Years), M.Sc-Ph.D, M.Sc-M.Tech, Joint M.Sc-PhD, and many other Bachelor degree courses.

Various IITs & IISc conduct this national level examination of JAM in the rotation. JAM is held in the month of February every year.

Special about IIT-JAM-M.Sc. Chemistry-CY Coaching in Venper Academy

  • An approach based on University syllabus.
  • Developing aptitude for problem solving and logical approach on questions.
  • Unit wise tests which equips students for variation in approach  for Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), Multiple Select Choice Questions (MSQs) and Numerical Answer Type Questions (NATs).
  • 75% of past Question paper discussion.
  • Syllabus completion much before the examination date.
  • JAM Syllabus & our Venper’s Course schedule will be spaced in such a way that the topics will align their core degree programs and thereby students have the dual advantage of preparing for their University degree exams as well as JAM test.
  • Well equipped classroom, clean & inspiring environment.

Venue - M.Sc. Chemistry-CY

Porur / Anna Nagar / Coimbatore / Tirunelveli / Trichy

1 Year - JAM M.Sc. Chemistry-CY

  • Duration - 8 Months
  • Live Lectures - 196Hrs
  • Live Doubt Clearing Session - 40Hrs
  • Chapter Tests - 40Hrs
  • Cumulative Tests - 15Hrs
  • Quiz - 12Hrs
  • Total no. of hours per Subject - 303Hrs

2 Year - JAM M.Sc. Chemistry-CY

  • Duration - 15 Months
  • Live Lectures - 246 Hrs
  • Live Doubt Clearing Session - 80Hrs
  • Chapter Tests - 90Hrs
  • Cumulative Tests - 60Hrs
  • Quiz - 12Hrs
  • Total no. of hours per Subject - 488Hrs

Faculty Panel for JAM M.Sc. Chemistry-CY

  • Ms. Sarah Mathews, M.Sc (NIT Trichy)

 

Subjects
M.Sc Chemistry
Lessons Of Course