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**Highlights of IIT JAM 2021: **

Name of Conducting Body | Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur |

Name of Exam | Joint Admission Test for M.Sc |

IIT JAM 2021 Exam Date | 14th February 2021 |

Official Website | jam.iisc.ac.in |

**JAM 2021 Examination Test Schedule:**

Examination Date | Session & Time | Test Papers and Codes |

February 14, 2021 (Sunday) | Session I; Morning | Biotechnology (BT), Mathematical Statistics (MS) and Physics (PH) |

Session II: Afternoon | Chemistry (CY), Economics (EN), Geology (GG), and Mathematics (MA) |

**IIT JAM Question Papers**

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**IIT JAM Biotechnology Question Paper:**

Year | Biotechnology (BT) |

2020 | BT2020 |

2019 | BT2019 |

2018 | BT2018 |

2017 | BT2017 |

2016 | BT2016 |

**IIT JAM Chemistry Question Paper:**

Year | Chemistry (CY) |

2020 | CY2020 |

2019 | CY2019 |

2018 | CY2018 |

2017 | CY2017 |

2016 | CY2016 |

**IIT JAM Geology Question Paper:**

Year | Geology (GG) |

2020 | GG2020 |

2019 | GG2019 |

2018 | GG2018 |

2017 | GG2017 |

2016 | GG2016 |

**IIT JAM Mathematics Question Paper:**

Year | Mathematics (MA) |

2020 | MA2020 |

2019 | MA2019 |

2018 | MA2018 |

2017 | MA2017 |

2016 | MA2016 |

**IIT JAM Mathematical Statistics Question Paper:**

Year | Mathematical Statistics (MS) |

2020 | MS2020 |

2019 | MS2019 |

2018 | MS2018 |

2017 | MS2017 |

2016 | MS2016 |

**IIT JAM Physics Question Paper:**

Year | Physics (PH) |

2020 | PH2020 |

2019 | PH2019 |

2018 | PH2018 |

2017 | PH2017 |

2016 | PH2016 |

**IIT JAM Question Paper**

**Q.1** A rabbit and a tortoise are running a race. Rabbit runs at 10 m/s, while tortoise runs at 1 m/s. Because the tortoise is slower, it is placed 100 meters ahead of the rabbit. After the race starts, the time (in seconds) after which the rabbit overtakes the tortoise is __________.

**Ans. 10.5 to 11.5**

**Q.2 **The common feature(s) of Rb +, Kr and Br − is/are that they

- Have same number of valence electrons
- Have same magnitude of effective nuclear charge
- Have same magnitude of first ionization potential
- Are isoelectronic species

**Ans. 1, 4**

**Q.3 **Supposeܰ is a normal subgroup of a group G. Which one of the following is true?

- If G is an infinite group then G/N is an infinite group
- If G is a nonabelian group then G/N is a nonabelian group
- If G is a cyclic group then G/N is an abelian group
- If G is an abelian group then G/N is a cyclic group

**Ans. 3**

**Q.4 **At room temperature, the speed of sound in air is 340 m/sec. An organ pipe with both ends open has a length L= 29 cm. An extra hole is created at the position L/2. The lowest frequency of sound produced is

- 293 Hz
- 586 Hz
- 1172 Hz
- 2344 Hz

**Ans. 3**

**Q.5 **Which amongst the following planets has the highest number of known satellites?

- Mars
- Uranus
- Venus
- Mercury

**Ans. 2**

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**Q.6 **In a large wild flower population, assume that no new mutations occur and that no natural selection operates. What factor(s) will affect the frequency of a genotype in this population?

- Non-random mating
- Gene flow
- Out-breeding within the population
- Invasion of a new pathogen that kills a large number of individuals in the population

**Ans. 1,2,3,4**

**Q.7 **An observer is located on a horizontal, circular turntable which rotates about a vertical axis passing through its center, with a uniform angular speed of 2 rad/sec. A mass of 10 grams is sliding without friction on the turntable. At an instant when the mass is at a distance of 8 cm from the axis, it is observed to move towards the center with a speed of 6 cm/sec. The net force on the mass, as seen by the observer at that instant, is

- 0024 N
- 0032 N
- 004 N
- 006 N

**Ans. 3**

**Q.8 **The power radiated by sun is 3.8 X 1026 and its radius is 7 X 105 km. The magnitude of the Pointing vector (in W/cm2) at the surface of the sun is ___________.

**Ans. 6165 to 6180**

**Q.9 **If a particle executes SHM with frequency v, its kinetic energy varies with a frequency

- V
- 2v
- 2 v
- 2

**Ans. 2**

**Q.10 **Consider a particle of mass m which is occupying any one of the energy eigenstates of a one-dimensional box of length L. The force exerted by the particle on the boundary walls is proportional to

- L
- 1 L
- 2 1 L
- 3 1 L

**Ans.4**

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**Q.11 **The r.m.s speed of molecules in a sample of helium is 5/7th of that of the molecules of hydrogen. If the temperature of hydrogen sample is 0°C, the temperature of helium sample is – (nearest integer)

- 100°C
- 278°C
- 0°C
- 6°C

**Ans. 4**

**Q.12 **A heat pump working on the carnot’s cycle maintains the inside temperature of a house at 22°C by supplying 450 kJ/s. If the outside temperature is 0°C, then heat taken in kJ/s, from the outside air is approximately-

- 487
- 470
- 467
- 417

**Ans. 4**

**Q.13 **An electron is confined in a 1-D box of 1 nm long. How many energy levels are there with energy less than 10 eV is:

- 5
- 10
- 15
- 16

**Ans. 1**

**Q.14 **The angle between the angular momentum l = 2 and the z-axis for ml = 2 is:

- 3
- 9
- 1
- 7

**Ans.1**

**Q.15 **A particle is in a one-dimensional box with a potential V0 inside the box and infinite outside. An energy state corresponding to n = 0 (n: quantum number) is not allowed because

- The total energy becomes zero
- The average momentum becomes zero
- The wave function becomes zero everywhere
- The potential V 0

**Ans. 3**

**Q.16 **Let X and Y be independent exponentially distributed random variables with means 1/ 4 and 1/ 6 respectively. Let Z = min {X, Y}. Then E (Z) = __________.

**Ans. 0.1 to 0.1**

**Q.17 **Let X be a Geom (0.4) random variable. Then P (X=5|X >= 2) = ________

**Ans. 0.086 to 0.087**

**Q.18 **If a sequence {xn} is monotone and bounded, then

- There exists a subsequence of {xn} that diverges
- There may exist a subsequence of {xn} that is not monotone
- All subsequences of {xn} converge to the same limit
- There exist at least two subsequences of {xn} which converge to distinct limits

**Ans. 2**

**Q.19 **The number of distinct normal subgroups of S3 is ______________

**Ans. 3 to 3**

**Q.20 **Let A be a nonempty subset of R. Let I (A) denote the set of interior points of A. Then I

- can be
- Empty
- Singleton
- A finite set containing more than one element
- Countable but not finite

**Ans. 1**

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