Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata was established by Professor PC Mahalanobis in Kolkata on 17th December 1931 and the institute has achieved the status of an Institution of National Importance by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1959. ISI various undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral degrees in programmes like mathematics, statistics, computer science, cryptology and security, quality, reliability and operations research, quality management science, quantitative economics, computer science at system science and informatics, development studies at the economic analysis, library and information science, business analytics, etc.
Indian Statistical Institute is established in Bonhooghly Government Colony, Baranagar and the nearest railway station is Dumdum Junction with a distance of 12 km. Students can hire a cab or an auto-rickshaw from the railway station and can reach the college conveniently. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (Dum Dum) is the nearest airport from ISI and is 12 km away. By hiring a cab from the airport and can reach Indian Statistical Institute comfortably.
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For B. Math (Hons) and B. Stats (Hons)-
Candidates seeking admission in these programmes should have passed 10+2 in the respective subjects.
Then, the candidates have to apply online on the official website of the college and submit the application form along with needed documents.
Later, the candidates have to appear for two written tests. (Candidates who are selected as INMO AWARDEES will be exempted from the written tests).
Subsequently, based on the candidates’ performance in the written tests, they will be called for interviews.
Admission will be offered based on the candidate's performance in the written exam and the interview.
For M. Statistics, M Math, Master of Science in Quantitative Economics, Master of Science in Quality Management Science, Master of Science in Library and Information Science-
For admission in this programme, the candidates have to apply online on the official website of the institute and submit the application form along with the required documents.
Then, the candidates have to appear for written admission tests and interview. Candidates who have a bachelor’s degree in B Stat (Hons) degree from ISI will be exempted from the written admission test and interview.
For Master of Technology in Computer Science and Master of Technology in Cryptology and Security-
In order to get admission to these programmes, the candidates have to apply online on the official website of the institute and submit the application form along with the required documents.
Then, the candidates have to appear for written tests and interview. Candidates who have appeared for GATE and have secured a valid score will be directly called for the interview.
For Master of Technology in Quality, Reliability & Operations Research-
For admission in this programme, the candidates have to apply online on the official website of the institute and submit the application form along with the requisite documents.
Then, the candidates have to appear for written tests and interview. Candidates who have appeared for GATE and have secured a valid score will also have to appear for the written tests.
For PG Diploma in Business Analytics-
In order to get admission to these programmes, the candidates have to apply online on the official website of the institute and submit the application form along with the needed documents.
Then, the candidates have to appear for a written test and a personal interview.
For PhD Programmes-
Candidates seeking admission in these programmes have to apply online on the official website of the institute and submit the application form along with the requisite documents.
Then, the eligible candidates have to appear for a written selection test and interview conducted by the institute.
The candidate has been awarded a Junior Research Fellowship by NBHM or CSIR or UGC or ICMR or DST based on a nationally conducted written selection test and has subsequently been selected for admission to the PhD programme of the institute, based on a separate written test followed by an interview conducted by the relevant JRF selection committee of the institute.
Candidates who have been awarded a Junior Research Fellowship by NBHM/CSIR/
UGC/ICMR/DST/DBT based on a nationally conducted written Admission Test, are
also required to clear the ISI JRF admission test or an equivalent separate test conducted by the relevant JRF selection committee of the institute for submitting the doctoral thesis in ISI for a PhD degree.
The Central Library of Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata has a network that extends to other locations of the Institute. Over the years, the library has achieved the importance of being one of the abundant libraries of the country, in the field of Statistics and related disciplines. The Central Library at Kolkata has over 2,00,000 volumes of books and journals along with various official reports, reprints, maps, microfilms and microfiches.
The main campus of MAKAUT is newly set up so all the infrastructure are made with modern technology. Placements at MAKAUT are very decent. The majority of students are placed in various MNCs. If your base is strong then there are high chances of getting a job in a good reputed company.
see from job prospect and career opportunities , presidency and kalyani university is best among the colleges you have mentioned. however in data science related work a master degree is necessary as far industry standards, also you may appear in ssc cgl statistical officer exams, so my preference go for kalyani university 5 years integrated msc in statistics course.
If you are worried about score, then first thing you have to do is to calm down. Score won't come if you get anxious.
There is no shortcut to success. It is only hardwork to get it. Practice as much as you can. Take help of friends and youtube lectures if necessary.
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The book WBSCHE road to success mathematics, is indeed a good book for ISI B Stat admission test. These are some other books that you can use:
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The Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology will conduct the MAKAUT CET Exam 2020 in Offline mode. There will be 50 Questions in the MAKAUT WB CET Exam 2020. Candidates are given 90 minutes to complete the West Bengal CET Exam 2020. For every correct answer, 2 marks will be awarded which means WBUT CET Exam 2020 will be conducted for 100 marks. MAKAUT CET Exam 2020 consists of 5 Group but as you said you want to get into BSc data science which comes under group A.
For Group A(3 years Bachelor Degree Course),
you should have passed 10+2 in any stream. Candidates applying for admission in Group A should have English as one of the subjects at the 10+2 level.
Topics for Group A is General knowledge, logical reasoning, English, numerical ability.
These topic consists:-
1. General knowledge:
Important National Facts
Heritage and Arts
Diseases and Nutrition
Number of Players
logical reasoning syllabus:-
Verification of truth of the Statement
Situation Reaction Test
Direction Sense Test
Alpha- Numeric Sequence Puzzle
Assertion and Reasoning
Operations of Mathematics
Sequential Output training
Test on Alphabets
Identical figure groupings
Forming figures and analysis
Construction of Squares and Triangles
Cubes and Dice
Completion Incomplete Pattern
Spotting embedded figures
3. MAKAUT CET syllabus - English
Idioms and Phrases
Fill in the blanks
Active and Passive Voice
Error Correction (Underlined Part)
Error Correction (Phrase in Bold)
4. MAKAUT CET syllabus - numerical ability
Time and Work Partnership
Ratio and Proportion
Boats and Streams
Time and Distance
Problems on Trains
Races and Games
Numbers and Ages
Mixtures and Allegations
Permutations and Combinations
Problems on L.C.M and H.C.F
Pipes and Cisterns
Problems on Numbers
Indices and Surds
Odd Man Out
Profit and Loss
Simplification and Approximation
You can go for any logical reasoning based books for your preparation..
When I went to give my CET exam, I literally had no preparation. I just did some logical reasoning questions and that's it.
In CET , the level of questions are not so high and it can be solved easily. You can pass it easily.
MAKAUT Conducts CET in different phases –
#1. MAKAUT CET – I indicate the FIRST phase – It is usually conducted in April.
#2. MAKAUT CET – II indicates the SECOND phase – It is usually conducted in June. In phase l and ll, around 9k students sit for the exam.
#3. MAKAUT CET – III indicates the THIRD phase – It is usually conducted in August.
In this phase less numbers of students sit for the exam(approx 7-8k students).
As per your 12th result and your category, you can easily crack the exam and opt for your course. As you know, this exam is not so tough.
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