The application fee (shown here) is to be paid online only. The candidate will be able to make the payment using his/her net -banking account, debit or credit card until October 8, 2019. Additional bank charges may apply for the transaction depending on the payment option. This charge will be specified on the payment portal. Before proceeding for making any payment, the applicant should view his /her application by clicking the "Save and Preview" button. They should go through the application and ensure that there is no error in the application form and all the relevant and valid documents are uploaded. If there is any mistake , they can go back and do the correction. After this they should click on "Proceed for Payment" button. Once a candidate presses “Proceed for Payment” button, NO FURTHER CHANGES in the application form can be made and the candidate will be directed to the payment portal. On the fee payment portal, the fee amount and bank charges will be shown and the candidate has to confirm that the payment is for JAM 2020. Once confirmed and payment is successful, the candidate will be redirected back to the JOAPS Website, where it shows confirmation of the fee payment. If the candidate had selected only ONE Paper there will be an option to choose a second paper. If the candidate desires to do so, he/she can proceed by paying the additional amount as indicated.
If a candidate has difficulty making the payment (due to internet connection or power failure, for example) or is not sure whether payment has been processed or not, then he/she should log in to JOAPS website after one -hour and check the status of the payment. If the status is “Fee Pending/Not Paid” then a fresh online payment through JOAPS fee payment portal may be initiated. If it is not done the application will be rejected due to non -payment of the application fee in time. In case the fee amount has been debited from your bank account, but JOAPS does not acknowledge any fee payment, then the money will be credited back to your account within seven working days.