Placements are not so much on campus, but you can go for internship on you own, also you have to apply for job on your own. Alumni are spread in many countries like America, Japan who can help you to find jobs, also due to its college name you can easily go for hight studies for abroad and can get there job easily. Also, you can go for private and government sectors for jobs.
the marks may vary on several factors depending on the percentage of students applying for the exam
Students who have passed 10+2 level with science stream in 2018 or 2019 are eligible to apply for admissions and appear for IAT 2019.
However, they will be considered for admissions to the degree programmes only if they obtain the cut-off marks specified for their board. Please see the cut-off criteria here.
Students applying through SCB channel will have to appear in the IISER Aptitude Test (IAT) which will be conducted at various centres across the country.
IISER Aptitude Test (IAT) 2019 will be conducted in a fully computer-based test mode. CBSE cutoff is 92% .The listed out cutoff percentage is for the students who belong to general category, 5% relaxation is given to the students who belong to OBC, and generally, 50%-55% is the cut off for the students who belong to SC/ST or PWD category.
Hello Susmit Som,
With a score of 119(out of 180) in IISER Aptitude test(IAT), you do have good chances of getting a seat in IISER Kolkata. If not the first round, you can get a seat in IISER Kolakata in further rouds of allotment.
For further details regarding IISER Kolkata, visit: https://www.careers360.com/university/indian-institute-of-science-education-and-research-kolkata
Hope it helps!
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