Questions related to Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore
when will the admissions to indian statistical institute open for 2020 msc courses
Indian Statistical Institute conducts entrance test to admission for various ug and pg courses.
For the year 2020 it is conducted by indian statistical institute of science Calcutta. The registration will open for the year likely in the Month of February 2020 and exam will be conducted in the second weak of may.
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Best Indian statistical institute(ISI) M.stat entrance test coaching in india ??? please suggest me
According 2020 Survey GATEIIT Bangalore is the best ciaching centre in India for preparing ISI CMI Entrances.
GATEIIT Bangalore has top ranks and results in 2019-20.
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what is the Reservation iN Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) ?
There is a category wise reservation in ISI.
Following is the number of seats available for different categories:
Total seats : 50
General : 25
OBC-NCL : 14
SC : 7
ST : 4
There is a reservation in application fee also. Application fee for the General category candidates is Rs.1250 while for other category candidates, it is only Rs. 625.
what courses do Indian Statistical Institute offer?
The Indian Statistical Institute offers courses in various fields such as :
1. B. Math
2. M. Tech in computer science
3. Master in Mathematics
4. Master of Statistics etc
You can find more details through the link given below :
cut off marks for Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata?
Please mention the name of the course so that I can provide you the details.
Based on my assumption, if you are asking about stat then,
The cut off for b.stat for general students was 67/120 (UGA) and 30/80 (UGB).
The cut off for obcs is 10 percent lesser.
The cut off for sc/St is 20 percent lesser.
Further, to know the cut off of different courses, you can refer to the link given below -
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