The best colleges for Pure Science & Research other than IIT
Most students quit studying pure science and move to more expert courses, for example, engineering, medicine, aviation, etc. Numerous components add to this change in perspective, for example, shorter term of these courses, arrangement openings after fulfillment of the course, and higher pay bundles, and so forth. This pattern is gradually changing, and significantly more students are presently examining sciences as they seem to be. Since students understand that there are numerous open doors in the field of research in sciences, a large number of them are swinging to pure sciences. So, here are the top 3 institutes for Pure Science in India, and the courses and opportunities they offer –
- Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
IISC is one of the leading colleges in India for research and higher education. It was set up in 1909 with the assistance of Jamsetji Tata, which is the reason it is likewise called the Tata Institute by local people. IISC, Bangalore is the principal Indian organization to be included in the main 10 positioning in the UK’s Times Higher Education Ranking 2016-17 for Best Small Universities. (eighth Rank). The streams which are welcomed here are Business & Management Studies, Design, Engineering and Science. It is situated in northern Bangalore and thus the student have access to all facilities. Indian Institute of Science has always embraced international collaborations in research and education that exchange undergraduate/graduate students, faculty and researchers at all levels.
They offer 4-year B.Sc. (Research) in Physics, Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry and Earth and Environmental Sciences. The Ph.D. program students, the institute provides opportunities in Molecular Biophysics, Materials Research, Astronomy & Astrophysics and the list continues.
How to Get In?
To get in IISc, the student need to score high on National Level Examination such as the JEE Mains for their undergraduate program and should also have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects in Class 12.
In post graduates, the student should crack JAM (Joint Admission Test) and GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) and they should have a bachelor’s degree in MTech and management programmes Engineering/Technology. Whereas for MDes course, they should have a bachelor’s degree in architecture/design to take part in the admission process.
- Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Multiple Locations
The IISERs are the premier institutes for research in India which has been declared as a “Institutions of National Importance” by an Act of Parliament. These institutes were built by the Government of India, through the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) under The National Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Bill. The IISERs is spread across seven Indian cities; Berhampur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Mohali, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram and Tirupati.
The organization offers a 5-year BS-MS program which is their leader program. It covers a far reaching syllabus of zones, for example, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, alongside a couple of different subjects, for example, Earth and Environmental Science, Humanities, and so on. Aside from this, the establishments additionally offer coordinated MS-Ph.D. furthermore, autonomous Ph.D. programs in Science.
How to Get In?
Students who have cleared class twelfth and have secured the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (a grant to urge understudies to take up sciences and research vocations) partnership are qualified to apply. Indeed, even students who have cleared the JEE Mains examination can apply, and affirmations depend on their positions (students in the legitimacy rundown of IITs are qualified for confirmation). The IISERs likewise lead a different passageway test for students who wish to apply straightforwardly to any of the grounds. Students from different boards have different eligibility cut-offs for admission. The aggregate no. of seats for all IISERs for the BS-MS program is 1285. For Ph.D. confirmations, national level exams, for example, UGC/CSIR-JRF, GATE, JEST, and NBHM are held.
- Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai
TIFR comes under one of the great institution, especially in science and mathematics. It work under the Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. It is known as a Deemed university which means that they are considered both private and public universities. The main headquarter is in Mumbai with branches in Hyderabad Pune, Bangalore and Pune.
The institution offers graduation in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science education. It is divided into 3 schools: School of Mathematics, School of Natural Sciences, and School of Technology and Computer Science.
How to Get In?
Graduates need to apply to TIFR either through JEST Scores (Joint Entrance Screening Test or GATE for application to Physics and Computer Science courses. For Biology, TIFR conducts the Joint Graduate Entrance Exam for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences. Last Selections are made in view of the positions in these exams and in addition individual meetings. The aggregate admission in the projects in around 30-35 understudies every year.
Author: Rohit Kapur
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