B.Sc Physics aspirants must have at least cleared the 10+2 examination from a recognized Board in the Science stream and must have studied Physics as a mandatory subject at the qualifying level. Admission is merit-based most of the time, but some universities hold entrance exams for admission to BSc Physics.
I believe there are two methods to be admitted to IISc (indian institute of science).
-You must take the kvpy test, which is offered by IISc Bangalore every year. After passing the written and interview requirements, you must submit an application for admission.
-You must pass the JEE-ADVANCED test before applying for admission. If your application is selected for further consideration, you will then be required to attend an interview and if you are chosen, you get admitted to IISc after completing grade 12.
Mdes is an excellent degree for creative people, and your job and compensation will improve as a result. You can, in fact, apply for MDES.
You must succeed in the CEED, an annual design entry test. The majority of Indian schools, including NITs and IITs, accept CEED scores as proof of eligibility for MDes.
A select few universities, like IIT Kanpur and IISC Bangalore , also accept GATE scores. Engineering students have a second opportunity to apply for MDes without having to submit a CEED score.
BE, BTech, BDes, or BArch with a minimum cumulative GPA of 50 percent (pass grades for SC/ST) are required.
GATE / CEED score (70 percent weighting) with an online design aptitude test and an interview make up the IISc Bangalore selection process (30 percent weightage).
It is quite difficult to predict the exact cutoff situation as it depends on the number of students attempting the exam the and the preferences of the students.
We can make small predictions base Don the previous year trends.
IISc is the most prestigious university of India and the there are only 200 seats for BS degree and hence the competition is cut throat.
Looking at the previous year trends we can say that you have a good chance of getting into IISc if you get around 5 K rank. The cutoffs in the previous years for EWS category have been around 10 K. Hence, you have a good chance of getting into IISc
Yes, IISc offers M.Tech courses.
M.Tech at IISc is a 2 year duration program.
Top 30 GATE exam rankers get a chance to purse M.Tech from IISc.
According to the eligibility criteria, graduate degree from recognised university along with cut off marks in the respective subjects in the entrance exam is needed to take admission in IISC and IISER.
Until and unless you crack the exam and get a good rank, your gap year won’t matter.
Admission at IISER -Admission to the MS programme will depend on results from IISER TVM's national level online screening exams in each topic. Interviews performed by the individual schools will be used to choose among the candidates who were shortlisted as a result of the screening test.
Admission at IISC - 50% written test and 50% interview make up the selection process. Based on their GATE scores in BT, BM, EC, EY, MA, PH, and XL as well as their JAM 2022 scores in BT, CY, MA, and PH, candidates will be short listed for the test and interview.
To know more about these two exams -
https://www.google.com/amp/s/engineering.careers360.com/exams/iiser-aptitude-test/amp Hope this helps,
The eligibility criteria for Science of Life MSc in IISC Bangalore is -
A Bachelor's degree in the physical, chemical, or biological sciences with at least a first class or its equivalent (including Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Veterinary Sciences and Agricultural Sciences). OR at least a first-class or equivalent degree in BE or B Tech.
So, yes you’re eligible for Msc life science at IISc Bangalore. Here’s a link to know more about the college -
Criteria for IISc Bangalore's MSc Admission -
1. Scores on the admission exam and an interview round determine who is accepted into the MSc programme at IISc Bangalore. JAM 2022 in Biotechnology (BT), Chemistry (CY), Mathematics (MA), Physics (PH), or GATE in Biotechnology (BT), Biomedical Engineering (BM), Electronics Communication Engineering (EC), Ecology (EY), Mathematics (MA), Physics (PH), Life Sciences are prerequisites for candidates applying for the MSc in Life Science (XL).
2. The results of the written test and interview rounds will be used to determine final admissions selection. IISc Bangalore weighs the written test and the interview round equally, at 50% each. JAM 2022 is used to shortlist candidates for the test/interview.
MSc Entrance Exam Pattern at IISc Bangalore -
An online written test is one of the requirements for admission to the IISc Bangalore MSc in Life Science programme. The programme lasts for an hour and consists of 10 objective questions and one brief essay. The table below provides comparable information about the exam:
|IISc Bangalore MSc Entrance Exam Pattern|
|Mode of the exam||Online|
|Number of Questions||11|
|Type of questions||10 objective and 1 essay type|
|Syllabus||Similar to GATE Life Science and JAM Biology paper|
As you scored 96.2 percentile , i would recommend you to kindly opt for NITS/IIITs /GFTI's rather than taking admission into this college. Because the cut off for this college is very high .
You need to KVPY for the enrollment of the B.Tech course and your rank should be under 400 being from obc category.
However there are certain conditions that needs to be considered such as :-
IISc offers a four year BS course and does not offer BSc in any stream individually. This means, you'll be introduced to all subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, math and engineering sciences in the beginning and then you'll have to take up a major subject in future.
There are technically 120 seats for the BS course and usually there are always less than 120 students in the batch.
Hope this helps.
To get into IISc to pursue a BS degree, the cut-off is usually very high for JEE Mains stream.
1. A general category student has to get a rank of below 500 in either JEE Mains or Advanced which is usually a percentile of 99.995 for JEE Mains and above.
2. A OBC-NCL category student usually needs a cutoff of about 12 k rank in Mains (CRL) which is about 98.7 percentile or about 13k in advanced
3. A SC candidate require about 20 k rank in which is about 98 percentile in Mains or about 15 k rank in Advanced
4. A ST candidate requires a rank of about 40 k which is about 96.2 percentile or 50k rank in advanced.
All these are based on previous year trends and is subject to change based on the number of students appearing for the exam, the preferences of students etc.
Hope this helps.
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