ISI Cutoff 2019

ISI Admission Cutoff 2019 - Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata will release the cutoff of ISI admission 2019 for the admission purposes. ISI admission 2019 cutoff will be released after the admission process. The minimum scores required to get admission into the institute is ISI cutoff 2019. This will act as a screening process for admissions into the institute through ISI Admission Test. Separate cutoff of ISI 2019 will also be announced for GATE qualified candidates. The authorities will be taking variety of factors such as previous year trends, difficulty level and more of the examination while preparing the ISI 2019 cutoff. For more details about ISI cutoff 2019, read the full article.
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Important Dates of ISI 2019 Cutoff

S.No

Event

Important Dates

1

ISI Admission Test 2019

May 5, 2019

2

Declaration of Result

May 29, 2019

3

Release of ISI 2019 Cutoff

To be announced

4

Announcement of Merit List and Provisional Seat Allotment

June-July, 2019

Determining Factors of ISI Admission Cutoff 2019

While preparing the cutoff of ISI 2019, the authorities will take many factors related to the admission process into consideration. Candidates can check the list of determining factors below:

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  • Performance in entrance examPrevious year’s cutoff trends
  • Total number of seats available
  • Number of applicants applied for ISI Admission Test 2019 and GATE 2019
  • Difficulty level of qualifying exam

Highlights of ISI 2019 Cutoff

  • The candidates will be able to access the cutoff of ISI 2019 tentatively after the results are declared in the last week of May 2019.
  • Those candidates who meet the cutoff will have higher chances of admission into the institute.
  • The released cutoff will be different for M.Tech CS and M.Tech QROR courses.
  • A variety of factors related to the examination will be considered while determining the ISI Cutoff 2019.
  • The cutoff of ISI 2019 will consist of minimum scores that have to be secured for M.Tech admissions into the institute.

Previous Years’ ISI admission Cutoff

The previous years’ shortlisting criteria for the candidates has been given below for reference purposes.

ISI Admission Shortlisting Criteria for 2017

M.Tech in Quality, Reliability and Operations Research (QROR) Programme

Shortlisting Criteria for M.Tech- QROR Programmes

General

(MMA ≥ 64.0/120) AND (2×MMA + 3×PQB ≥ 361.0/600) AND (3×MMA + 5×PQB + 2×INT ≥ 729.0/1200)

OBC (NCL)

(MMA ≥ 57.6/120) AND (2×MMA + 3×PQB ≥ 324.9/600) AND (3×MMA + 5×PQB + 2×INT ≥ 656.1/1200)

SC/ST/DA

(MMA ≥ 44.8/120) AND (2×MMA + 3×PQB ≥ 252.7/600) AND (3×MMA + 5×PQB + 2×INT ≥ 510.3/1200)

Master Of Technology In Computer Science (CS) Programme

General

(MMA ≥ 46.0/120) AND (MMA + 2×PCB ≥ 132.0/320) AND (MMA + 2×PCB

+ INT≥ 199.75/400)

OBC (NCL)

(MMA ≥ 41.4/120) AND (MMA + 2×PCB ≥ 118.8/320) AND (MMA + 2×PCB

+ INT≥ 179.78/400)

SC/ST/DA

(MMA ≥ 32.2/120) AND (MMA + 2×PCB ≥ 92.4/320) AND (MMA + 2×PCB

+ INT≥ 139.82/400)

ISI Admission Shortlisting Criteria for 2016

Master Of Technology In Computer Science (CS) Programme

Engineering Stream

General

MMA ≥ 54 ⁄ 120 AND PQB≥ 42 ⁄ 120

OBC

MMA ≥ 48.6 ⁄ 120 AND PQB≥ 37.8 ⁄ 120

SC/ST/DA

MMA ≥ 43.2/ 120AND PQB ≥ 33.6/ 120

M.Tech in Quality, Reliability and Operations Research (QROR) Programme

MMA≥ 45/120 and PCB ≥ 35/100 and MMA/2 + PCB ≥ 72


OBC (NCL)

MMA≥ 40.5/120 and PCB ≥ 31.5/100 and MMA/2 + PCB ≥ 64.8

SC/ST/DA

MMA≥ 36/120 and PCB ≥ 28/100 and MMA/2 + PCB ≥ 57.6


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how many times after 12th i give ISI entrence test ?

Ayshi Ghosh Student Expert 26th Oct, 2019

Hello,

There's no limit to the number of attempts a candidate can have for the ISI entrance exam. The application procedure will approximately be from February to March, 2020 and the exam is on 10th May, 2020. With good preparation you'll be Able to ecrack it in one go, All the best !

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conducted test entrance the be will when

Anupam Kumar Student Expert 2nd Oct, 2019

Hey there

Exam of Indian statistical institute is conducted between April and May and the online application starts between January and February and thus regularly visit our website for updates.

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I am a class 12 PCM student. I want to give ISI admission test for maths. Which course is that, What is its syllabus and date

Sunanda Dhar Student Expert 28th Sep, 2019

ISI Admission Test B.Stat Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must remember that before applying for the ISI Admission Test B.Stat 2019 it is necessary to ensure that the eligibility criteria is fulfilled. Given below is the eligibility criteria:

Candidate should have successfully completed and passed 10+2 or equivalent examination.

Candidate must have studied and passed English and Mathematics in 10+2 or equivalent examination

ISI Admission Test B.Math Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must remember that before applying for the ISI Admission Test B. Math 2019 it is necessary to ensure that the eligibility criteria is fulfilled. Given below is the eligibility criteria:

Candidate should have successfully completed and passed 10+2 or equivalent examination

Candidate must have studied and passed English and Mathematics in 10+2 or equivalent examination

Syllabus for bstat

Algebra

Geometry

Trigonometry

Calculus

ISI Admission Test B.Stat Exam Pattern

Candidates must refer to the exam pattern of ISI admission test  for B.Stat to get an idea about the types of questions, exam duration, sections, etc. Given below is the table having details about the exam pattern of ISI admission test


Exam Duration: The exam is conducted in two halves: a forenoon session and afternoon session. Each exam will be of two hours.

Types of question: The paper 1 which will be conducted in the forenoon session will have objective type questions while the paper of the afternoon session will have descriptive type questions.

Multiple choice questions: There will be 30 multiple choice questions in the forenoon paper. Each question will have four options with one correct answer. Marks will be deducted for every incorrect attempt

Descriptive type questions: In this paper, the candidates will have to write the descriptive answers to the questions.

Subjects: Both the papers will be of Maths.

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Am i eligible for M.Tech QROR in ISI Kolkata without having Science in HS level? I am a Lateral Entry B.Tech student after Diploma Engg.

hritikanand 27th Jun, 2019

Hello Arpan,

As you have asked for the eligiblity criteria in ISI Kolkata for M.Tech, then for getting selected in M.Tech (QROR) their are following eligibility criteria which i am listing below.

1. Master’s Degree in Statistics with Physics and Chemistry at the (10+2) level; or

2. Master’s Degree in Mathematics with Statistics as a subject at undergraduate or post-graduate            level, and Physics and Chemistry at the (10+2) level; or  

3. BE/B Tech degree or any other qualification considered equivalent (such as AMIE).

As according to the above qualification that you have mentioned above i can say that you are eligible for the following course.

Hope you will find it relevant.

Feel free to ask further queries.

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How can I prepare for ISI?? I am a college student. Plz tell the step by step prodecure

Tanmoy Munshi Student Expert 20th Jun, 2019

Hey Arms,

ISI (Indian Statistical Institute) conducts an exam or an admission test every year. This exam will give you an opportunity to get admission in the Postgraduate, diploma and doctorate programs offered at Indian Statistical Institute.

  • Step 1: You have to apply online for registration to appear for the entrance exam. For PG courses you have to apply on the admission portal
  • Step 2: after registration, the institute will provide you an admit card. You can download the admit card from their website
  • Step 3: You have to appear for the exam
  • Step 4: Check the result after it gets published. ISI Kolkata results can be seen in their notice board
  • Step 5: According to their marks and eligibility criteria, the candidates should prepare for their interview.
  • Step 6: After interview, if the candidate is selected then He/She should complete the verification and other Formalities
  • Step 7: Institute will commence their classes.

The syllabus of Examination are

  • Geometry: Plane geometry. The geometry of 2 dimensions with Cartesian and polar coordinates. Equation of a line, the angle between two lines, distance from a point to a line. Concept of a Locus. Area of a triangle. Equations of circle, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola and equations of their tangents and normals. Mensuration.
  • Algebra: Sets, operations on sets. Prime numbers, factorization of integers and divisibility. Rational and irrational numbers. Permutations and combinations, basic probability. Binomial Theorem. Logarithms. Polynomials: Remainder Theorem, Theory of quadratic equations and expressions, relations between roots and coefficients. Arithmetic and geometric progressions. Inequalities involving arithmetic, geometric & harmonic means. 
  • Trigonometry: Measures of angles. Trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. Trigonometric identities including addition formulae, solutions of trigonometric equations.
  • Calculus: Sequences - bounded sequences, monotone sequences, the limit of a sequence. Functions, one-one functions, onto functions. Limits and continuity. Derivatives and methods of differentiation. The slope of a curve. Tangents and normals. Maxima and minima. Using calculus to sketch graphs of functions.

About the exam


The exam consists of two parts:

Part 1: 30 questions 120 marks and duration is 2 hrs MCQ 

Part 2: Discipline wise section which consisting of MCQ or descriptive questions.

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