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Indian Institute of Science(IISc):Undergraduate Programme: Admissions for 2016

Four-year Bachelor of Science (Research) Programme:2016

The Indian Institute of Science, a leading institution of higher learning with a strong tradition of research, offers a four-year Bachelor of Science (Research) Programme which is designed as a balanced blend of core science and interdisciplinary topics to serve as a platform for attractive career opportunities in academia and industry. Students who complete the requirements for the award of the Bachelor of Science (Research) degree will have the option of getting a Master of Science degree by studying at the Institute for a fifth year. Applications are invited for admission to the four-year undergraduate programme at the Institute.  Eligibility, selection criteria and other details are available at the website http://www.iisc.ernet.in/ug

 

ELIGIBILITY

Candidates who have completed their 10+2(or equivalent) examination in 2015 or expecting to complete in 2016 are eligible to apply.  The candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects in their 10+2 (or equivalent) examination along with other main or subsidiary subjects. The candidates must have secured a first class or 60% or equivalent grade (relaxed to pass class for SC/ST candidates) in the qualifying examination.

 

SELECTION

Based on the merit list of one of the following national examinations:  KVPY-SA  [appeared in 2014 and selected for  the Fellowship],  KVPY-SB [appeared in 2015 and selected for  the Fellowship], KVPY-SX [appeared in 2015 and selected for the Fellowship], KVPY Fellows selected through the Empowerment Initiative for SC/ST candidatesIIT-JEE-Main [appearing in 2016 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBC-NCL), 30% (SC/ST/PWD)], IIT-JEE-Advanced [appearing in 2016 and securing a  minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBC-NCL), 30%  (SC/ST/PWD)],  and AIPMT [appearing in 2016 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBC-NCL), 30% (SC/ST/PWD)].

 

Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/persons with disability (PWD) and Kashmiri-Migrant (KM) candidates: As per Government of India regulations.

HOW TO APPLY

 

     (a) Application Forms (available only online):

The online application may be prepared and submitted by accessing the IISc website www.iisc.ernet.in/ug  with effect from 01.02.2016. The application fee is Rs. 500/- for GN/OBC/KM candidates and Rs. 250/- for SC/ST/PWD categories. The fee is non refundable; any bank or payment gateway service charges must be borne by the applicant.

 

(b) Payment of the Application Fee:

Payment options: (1) Online Payment – Net-banking, Visa Card/ Master Card, Debit/Credit Cards. (2) Offline Payment – SBI Bank branches accept Challan payment across the country

IMPORTANT DATES

Website opens for online submission of applications 01.02.2016
Last date for submission of  online applications (website closes at 00:00 hours of 30.04.2016 29.04.2016

Courtesy:http://www.iisc.ernet.in/

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