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JMET(Joint Management Entrance Test)
The Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) is the first step for admission to Post Graduate degree programmes in Management at the IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) and the IISc (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore).

Currently IISc Bangalore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras and IIT Roorkee offer such Programmes in Management.

Students have to apply for JMET and send separate application forms to different IITs and IISc as per their choice.The IITs and IISc will use the results of JMET to short list candidates for the subsequent part of the selection process.

The JMET is usually conducted on the 2nd Sunday of every December and has many test centres all over India. The application deadline is usually in the third week of October and the forms are available at the GATE offices of the institutes as well as online on the websites of the institutes.
How to Apply :

There are two different ways by which candidates can apply for JMET 2007, namely Online Registration and Offline Registration. Detailed information about each of these processes is given below.

1. Online Registration Details of the Online Registration Process:

Application fee: Rs. 750 for general category and Rs. 350 for SC/ST category.
Online submission of application forms may be made by accessing the websites of IISc, Bangalore and IITs. The candidate should pay the Application Fee through an SBI ATM or through a Demand Draft in favour of "Chairman, GATE, IIT Roorkee" drawn on any nationalized bank payable at ‘Roorkee’. The candidate should submit the payment details while filling up the Online Form. Candidates are required to take a print of the Online Application Form after successful submission of data. The printed application form, with candidate’s signature and photograph at appropriate places, and the Demand Draft / original ATM transaction-slip, Attested copy of High School (Class X) Certificate as proof of age and copy of the SC/ST/Disability Certificate, if applicable must be sent ONLY to The Chairman, GATE, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee – 247 667 by Speed Post/Registered Post.

Write your name and application number on the back of the demand draft / ATM original transaction slip

The application fee is not refundable.
2. Offline Registration Details of the Offline Registration Process:
Application fee: Rs. 800 for general category and Rs. 400 for SC/ST category.
For sending the application by post (OFFLINE submission), JMET 2007 brochure and application form can be obtained by post from the GATE office of the zone OR in person through cash payment from the Bank (Bank details of respective IISc and IITs are given below) of the zone in which the test city, selected by the candidate, is located. The request, accompanied by two self-addressed slips and a demand draft for Rs.800/- (Rs.400/- for SC/ST categories) drawn in favour of the Institute concerned, has to be sent to the Chairman of the respective GATE office.

The application fee is not refundable.

ZONE Test Cities Bank Details:
IISc Bangalore Bangalore, Hyderabad, Surathkal Not Applicable
IIT Bombay Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune Not Applicable
IIT Delhi Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, New Delhi Canara Bank, Extension Counter, IIT Delhi Campus
IIT Guwahati Guwahati, Patna Not Applicable
IIT Kanpur Bhopal, Indore, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi Union Bank of India, IIT Kanpur Branch
IIT Kharagpur Bhubaneswar, Kharagpur, Kolkata, Raipur, Ranchi, Visakhapatnam Not Applicable
IIT Madras Chennai, Coimbatore, Ernakulam, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchirapalli, Vijayawada State Bank of India, IIT Madras Branch
IIT Roorkee Agra, Bareilly, Jaipur, Meerut, Patiala, Roorkee Punjab National Bank, IIT Roorkee Branch
Although JMET 2007 is held at different cities all over India, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee is the Organizing Institute, and has overall responsibility of conducting JMET 2007. In case of any claims or disputes arising in respect of JMET 2007 it is hereby made absolutely clear that the Courts and Tribunals in Haridwar and Haridwar alone shall have the exclusive jurisdiction to entertain and settle any such disputes or claims.
The JMET 2007 will be of 2 hours duration. The test will consist of 150 questions (objective / multiple choice type) in the following sections:

1. Verbal Communication

2. Logical Reasoning

3. Quantitative Ability

4. Data Interpretation

There is negative marking for incorrect answers. For a wrong answer to a question, 25% of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted. Moreover, for a candidate to be qualified in JMET 2007, he/she should, not only, secure certain minimum marks in the test paper, but also, should necessarily obtain certain minimum marks in each of the four sections stated above