IIT's conduct JAM Entrance Examination jointly to select the students who can pursueM.Sc. Mathematics at the IIT's. To clear the examination one should have abilityto handle objective as well as subjective questions efficiently as the paper consist both typeof questions. It’s syllabus consist of Mathematics up to graduation level. We provide scientific approach to handle the questions in order to get through the examination smoothly.
To get entry into M.Sc. Statistics from IIT's , aspirants have to complete in JAM entrance test held by IlT's. It’s Syllabus include Mathematics as well as Statistics up to graduation level. Further as the paper include both objective and subjective questions, so we make our students efficient in both mode of the test.
Chennai Mathematical Institute(CMI)
Chennai Mathematical Institute is a centre of excellence for teaching and research in the mathematical sciences. It was founded in 1989 as a part of the SPIC Science Foundation, funded by the SPIC group in Chennai. Since 1996, it has been an autonomous institution. CMI is managed by a Governing Council consisting of eminent persons. Today, CMI is a rare example of public-private partnership in research and education in India. The Institute receives major private funding, side by side with substantial financial support from the Government of India. The main areas of research at CMI are Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics. In addition to a vibrant PhD programme, the Institute conducts BSc programmes in Mathematics and Computer Science as well as Physics, along with MSc programmes in Mathematics and Computer Science.
Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Department of Mathematics Department of Mathematics was established in 1956 and over the years has evolved into a Department with a healthy balance between pure and applied mathematics. The Department has a vibrant research atmosphere backed up by excellent infrastructural facilities. We have a modern computer laboratory and a good Departmental library. Members of our faculty have won many honours in recognition of their academic achievements.
The Department admits students under two programmes - The Ph.D. programme and the integrated Ph.D. programme. Further information can be found by following the links on the home page. In the current economic scenario, employment opportunities for Ph.D.'s in mathematics are excellent - both in academics and in industry.
The Department has pioneered interdisciplinary programmes like the IISc Mathematics Initiative. It takes active part in the Indo-French Cyber University project with Toulouse University Network. The Department is also deeply involved in the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana and the Mathematical Olympiad programme.
Integrated Ph. D.
Students admitted under the Integrated Ph. D. Programme undergo a rigorous training process. Department offers exciting opportunities for research in both pure and applied mathematics
Indian Statistical Institute ISI(KOLKATA,BANGLORE,DELHI)
Statistics and Mathematics Unit
The genesis of this Division can be traced to the Research and Training School of the Institute, known worldwide as the RTS. The RTS made a significant impact on the international scene in statistics and mathematics during the fifties and sixties. In 1976, the Institute was reorganised into several Divisions. Theoretical Statistics and Mathematics was, and still is, the largest of the Divisions. Initially, the Division had two units -- one in Kolkata and the other in Delhi; later the Bangalore Unit was added. Keeping the RTS legacy in mind, the Division can rightfully claim a large number of Indian statisticians and mathematicians around the world to be its alumni.
The research activities of the Kolkata unit are spread over the disciplines of Statistics, Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science. All faculty members are full time employees and, apart from pursuing their individual research careers, they also participate in the inter-disciplinary activities of the Institute. Several of them are involved in externally funded projects. The unit routinely hosts a large number of distinguished academics from India and abroad as visitors. It also encourages young researchers to spend time in the unit as visitors.
The faculty enthusiastically participates in the teaching of courses, specially in the degree courses B.Stat, M.Stat, M.Math, and in other training programmes of the Institute. The unit hosts regular seminars, conferences, workshops, summer and winter courses. There are regular training programmes for its Research Fellows.
It maintains close academic contact with universities and other teaching and research institutions in the country. The workshops or the summer courses are usually meant for students and faculty members from universities and colleges. Faculty of the unit is also involved in guiding summer projects for students from outside the Institute. They render assistance to national bodies such as the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, National Board for Higher Mathematics, NSSO, CSIR, UGC and DST in various ways.