Indian Institute of Science IISC Bangalore
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Candidates who have completed their II PUC / 12th Standard or equivalent in 2010 and those who are expecting to complete it in 2011 are eligible to apply. The candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects during their PUC / 12th Standard. Candidates who have studied Biology, Statistics, Electronics, Computer Science, etc., should also have taken Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. The candidates should have a first class or 60% or an equivalent grade (relaxed to pass class for SC/ST candidates).
Based on the merit lists of one of the following national examinations: KVPY-SA-2009 (selected as fellows), KVPY-SB (appeared in 2010), KVPY-SX/SB+2 (appeared in 2010), IIT-JEE (appearing in 2011), AIEEE (appearing in 2011), and AIPMT (appearing in 2011).
Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/Physically-Handicapped (PH) and Kashmiri-Migrant (KM) candidates: As per Government of India regulations.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
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About Indian Institute of Science IISC Bangalore
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is a research institution of higher learning located in Bangalore, India. It was established in 1909. IISc is considered as the premier institute for scientific research and study in India, and is typically ranked higher than any other Indian university in world university rankings. According to a UNO survey, it was ranked 18 in the world.
Admission into IISc is highly competitive. Usually only the top 1 percent candidates qualifying the GATE examination are able to clear the cutoff for M. E. / M. Tech. admissions. Depending on the department and the number of students, the cutoff can get much higher. Admission to research programmes of the Institute, both PhD and M.Sc(Engg), is based on career analysis and (possibly) multiple rounds of technical interviews in the campus. Candidates are called for interview based on the entrance test of the Institute or GATE or any other test recognised by the Institute (which depends on the choice of department and specialization). For course oriented degrees -- M. E. and M. Tech. -- the admission is through the GATE examination conducted every year. For research oriented degree -- M.Sc(Engg) which is similar to MS with Thesis—the admission is through the CSIR-UGC NET for JRF; or UGC-NET for JRF; or DBT JRF or ICMR JRF; or JEST; or NBHM; or IISc Entrance Test; or GATE. For Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), which has a ceiling strength of only 25 seats across India, the admission is through the Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) examination, conducted jointly by IISc and IITs. In addition, a group discussion and personal interview is also conducted to select the candidates.
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