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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ISICAL Admissions 2021
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.
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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.
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i am currently in class 12 and am starting to prepare for bmath(hons) for ISI. i cant understand how to start the prep. please suggest some ways and books for the same!! i currently am studying from cengage and unacademy jee lectures
Prepare simultaneously for JEE Main & Advanced strongly and try completing the Book "Test of Mathematics for 10+2 Level" by ISI Kolkata besides attempting Previous Olympiad Questions and so on. Try appearing for RMO and KVPY, preparing well for each of them, will give you confidence. I believe youll make it into ISI B.Math Course, provided your concepts are strong enough. You have a huge advantage nowadays with the numerous Free Material Available over the Internet as well as MOOCs and Courses.
please provide me complete information about hpw many attemps are for isi exam
There is no criteria regarding number of attempt and age for appearing in ISI test for undergraduate courses. To get eligible for ISI Admission exam you must have a 3 year Bachelor's degree in Economics/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics, or a B Stat degree from ISI, or a BE/ B Tech degree or any other qualification considered equivalent (such as AMIE). Candidates will have to appear for the written tests and subsequent interview.
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what is benifits of isi exam please tell me complete info.
ISI exam is the entrance test conducted by Indian Statistical institute for courses like B.Stat, B.Math and M.tech. The eligibility criteria for ISI B.Math and B.Stat is same that is the candidate must have cleared class 12th and should have passed english and Mathematics. At ug level, B.stat and B.Maths both have really good career opportunities.
For more details you can refer to this link: https://www.careers360.com/exams/isi-admission-test
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I am an class 12th passed out student can I give isi exam. or should I give isi exam
Yes you are eligible to write ISI Admission Test B.Stat or B.Math. For undergraduate level entrance you are eligible to give exam after 12th standard. ISI Admission Test M.Tech is also their for Postgraduate admission.
ISI Admission Test B.Stat/B.Math Eligibility Criteria:
- You should have successfully completed and passed 10+2 or equivalent examination.
- You should have passed in English and Mathematics in 10+2 or equivalent examination.
For more information about this go through below link.
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can you suggest me how i can get a seat in ISI for bstat or bmath?
You have to give ISI Entrance exam in order to get into ISI for either BStat or BMath.The exam is held in almost all popular states Of India.It is considered as one of the toughest exams in India and quite an in depth knowledge is required to crack the exams.
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The University has a boy’s hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The University has a girl's hostel facility which provides good hostel accommodation for the students.
The University has a health centre with first aid facility for the students
The Central Library of ISI is located at Kolkata with a network extending to other locations of the Institute. Over the years, the library has attained the distinction of being one of the richest libraries of the country, particularly in the field of Statistics and related disciplines. The Central Library at Kolkata has over 2,00,000 volumes of books and journals besides many official reports, reprints,maps, microfilms and microfiches. It receives about one thousand scientific and technical journals annually. The Library has acquired data bases on CD-ROM and further computerisation of the library facilities is in progress. The library has developed a separate collection of books and journals in Mathematics and Statistics known as Eastern Regional Centre of NBHM collection, out of the grants from the National Board of Higher Mathematics. The institute offers a course leading to Associateship in Documentation and Information Science, conducted by the Documentation Research and Training Centre of ISI Bangalore. The Centre and the Library constitute the Library, Documentation and Information Sciences Division of ISI.
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