For admission to Master of Science (M.Sc.) and other post-graduate science programmes at Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), and National Institutes of Technology (NITs), organised by alternating institutes each year, the Joint Admission Test for Masters (JAM) is a common admission test.
Graduate Aptitude Test-Biotechnology (GAT-B) is an all India entrance exam used to determine a candidate's eligibility for admission to a postgraduate programme in biotechnology or a related field supported by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), such as M.Sc., M.Tech., M.Sc. in agricultural biotechnology, or M.V.Sc. in animal biotechnology, at a participating institution or university.
The GATE Biotechnology Syllabus is divided into seven major sections, with the following major topics covered in each: Engineering Mathematics, General Biology, Genetics, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Fundamentals of Biological Engineering, Bioprocess Engineering and Process Biotechnology, Plant, Animal and Microbial Biotechnology, Recombinant DNA Technology, and Other Tools in Biotechnology.
The Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET) has been renamed Central Universities Entrance Test (CUET) by the National Testing Agency. The CUET PG is a unified entrance exam for postgraduate studies that offers 42 participating universities a uniform application process and equal admission chances.