This programme is being offered in four streams namely, Systems Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematical Sciences. There will be common core courses in the first two years for all the streams. As the programme has a flexibility, you have a freedom to change from one stream to the other before you complete the first two years subject to certain availability conditions in the other streams.
For applying for the Integrated M.Sc Courses, a candidate should possess First Class with a minimum of 60% marks at +2 level of education (Intermediate/CBSE/ICSE/HSC or equivalent)
The admission to the Integrated M.Sc. courses will be through a written entrance examination.
KVPY scholars, Science Olympiad and 1st rankers of different Boards of +2 level of education 5-year Integrated M.Sc. are exempted from the written test in lieu of which they will be given a weightage of 45 out of 75marks in the written test. However, they have the option to appear in the written test to secure more than 45 marks out of 75 marks.
The programme is aimed not only to give a broad-based education but also prepares candidates for positions in research and development both in Universities and Industries. You will have excellent library facilities, state of the art lab facilities and an opportunity to learn from some of the best academicians the country presently has.
Several Industries have also expressed their interest in this programme and are even willing to give jobs to those who successfully complete the programme subject to a certain level of performance. Therefore we strongly feel that employment opportunities for the students of this programme are very bright. We are also aiming at training students admitted to this programme so that they can easily pursue higher studies in premier institutes both in India and abroad. We feel you are the one of the very fortunate few who has been called for interview and you are assured of an excellent profile at the end of this programme.
Whilst making admissions the University will attempt to make as balanced an admission as possible amongst those who give their first preference for each of Physics, Chemistry, Systems Biology or Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics/Statistics-Operations Research/ Computer Science).
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