Admission to M.Sc (Scientific Computing) in University of Pune
Interdisciplinary School of Scientific Computing, University of Pune will be conducting the entrance examination for the admission to the M.Sc (Scientific Computing). MSc Scientific Computing provides application of Computers in pure sciences. The ISSC has qualified faculty, library, internet facility, project placements is better on the University of Pune. ISSC is well supported by IT industry experts, which make the M.Sc program as per current trends in the industry. After the post graduation student can work in commercial as well as scientific organizations.
Date of Entrance Exam : 6th Feb 2011
Last Date of Submitting Application Form: 25th January 2011
Test Venue : University of Pune
Candidate should secure 50% marks in B.C.S./B.Sc. (Computer Science) with all Computer Science Subject in last year and Maths up to Second year (MATHS at 12th standard essential) OR Candidate should secure 50% marks in B.E (Computer Science/ IT /E & TC ).
The candidates are required to submit the fees in the form of Demand Draft of Rs. 500/- for Open Category candidates and Rs. 350/- in case of reserved categories drawn in favor of "REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF PUNE" Payable at Pune.
The candidate are required to fill the online application from the university of pune website. After filling the application form mention the name and application number on the back side of D.D and send to the
Interdisciplinary School of Scientific Computing,
P.O. Box No. 27,
University of Pune, Pune 411007
The envelope should mention the "APPLICATION FORM - M.Sc (Scientific Computing)." contain the following documents:
a.An Application form signed by the candidate.
b.The Demand Draft
c.Attested copy of mark list of T.Y.B.Sc .Candidate appearing in T.Y B.Sc Exam should submit the Copy of S.Y.B.Sc mark list.
d. An attested copy of the caste certificate for reserved category candidates.
e. Two postal stamps worth Rs 10/- stamp on each.
Download the Application Form: M.Sc (Scientific Computing) Form
The entrance test will be of 2 hours containing objective questions in
1) Logical ability
2) Elementary mathematical skills including Calculus, Linear algebra, Graph plotting,
3) Computer fundamentals and C-programming.
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