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ISI Admission Test 2020 - Indian Statistical Institute will conduct the ISI Admission Test 2020 on May 10. The authorities will release the online application form of ISI Admission Test 2020 on February 14. Candidates should check the eligibility criteria before filling out the application form. ISI Admission Test is conducted for admission to MTech programmes. The admission will also be conducted on the basis of GATE score. Candidates who will score 770 (out of 1000) or above in GATE will be eligible to appear directly at the interview. The admit card of ISI Admission Test 2020 will be released tentatively in the third week of April. The authorities will also release the provisional answer key which can be challenged by the candidates in case of any mistakes. The authorities will declare the result of ISI Admission Test 2020 tentatively in the last week of May. Read the complete article to know more about ISI Admission Test 2020.Latest: ISI 2020 application form will be available from February 14.
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Indian Statistical Institute Admission Test
Commonly known as
ISI Admission Test
Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata
Admission to MTech courses
MTech (CS), MTech (CrS), MTech (QROR)
Mode of Application
Candidates seeking admission in Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata should keep themselves updated with the timeline of events. The admission process will consist of many events such as filling of the application form, release of admit card, declaration of result, etc.
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Release of application form
February 14, 2020
Last date to submit application form
March 6, 2020
Commencement of payment of application fee
Last date to pay application fee
March 10, 2020
Release of admit card
Third week of April 2020
ISI Admission Test 2020
May 10, 2020 (Announced)
Release of provisional answer key
Second week of May 2020
Release of ISI Scanned Images of OMR Answer Sheet & Recorded Responses
Challenge ISI answer key
Release of final answer key
Declaration of result
Last week of May 2020
Release of merit list and provisional seat allotment
The entrance exam will be waived for candidates seeking admission to MTech (CS) and MTech (CrS) programme and has scored 770(out of 1000) or above in GATE exam. For such candidates, the selection process will be conducted on the basis of the GATE score and interview.
To participate in the admission process of ISI Admission Test 2020, candidates will be required to meet certain conditions and requirements prescribed by the authorities. Candidates who will fail to meet any criteria will be disqualified from the admission process. Candidates should check the eligibility criteria of ISI Admission Test 2020 carefully.
Candidates should have received a Master’s degree in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics/ Electronic Science/ Computer Science/ Computer Applications/ Information Technology
Candidates should have cleared BE/BTech or any other equivalent degree such as AMIE or, GRAD-IETE or, DOEACC ’B’ Level
Candidates should have cleared a Master’s degree in Statistics with Physics and Chemistry at 10+2 level.
Candidates should have passed a Master’s Degree in Maths. Also, Statistics as a subject at undergraduate or postgraduate level, and Physics and Chemistry at the 10+2 level
Candidates should have cleared BE/BTech or any other equivalent degree
Candidates will be able to access the application form of ISI Admission Test 2020 from February 7 till March 6. Candidates should check the eligibility criteria before applying for the entrance exam. The application form will be released in online mode.
Candidates should have access to the following things before filling the application form of ISI Admission Test 2020
An email account
Digital copy of the photograph
A scanned signature
Registration - At first, candidates will have to register by entering the name, email id and mobile number. After successful registration, a login ID will be created which will be used in all the further processes.
Filling the application form- Candidates will have to log into their accounts using the credentials. In the application form of ISI Admission Test 2020, candidates will be required to enter the details asked such as some basic personal and academic details.
Uploading documents - In the next step, candidates will have to upload the photograph and signature in a format prescribed by the authorities. Candidates who belong to reserved category (Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes - Non-Creamy Layer) will also be required to upload caste certificate and/or disability certificate.
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Payment of application fee - After uploading all the relevant documents, candidates will have to pay the application fee according to their category. Candidates can make a payment of ISI admission test 2020 application form through NetBanking, Debit/ Credit Card or through Challan for cash payment at the SBI Branch. The State Bank of India will charge an additional bank amount along with the application fee. It should be noted that the application fee can be paid till March 10, 2020.
Application Fee of ISI Admission Test 2020
SC/ST/OBC (NCL)/Persons with Disabilities (PwD)
Submission of application form- Finally, after payment, candidates will be able to submit the form. After successful payment, the authorities will notify the candidates through SMS.
ISI admission tests 2020 will be conducted in various different centres on May 10. While filling out the application form, candidates will have to select the preferred choice of exam centre. Therefore, candidates should check a list of exam centres carefully.
To help candidates boost the preparation level, the authorities will release the exam pattern of ISI Admission Test 2020. With the help of exam pattern, candidates will be able to know the type of questions, total number of questions, total sections etc. that will be asked in the entrance exam.
The part 1 of ISI admission test 2020 will consist of MCQ or Descriptive questions from Mathematics of UG level. This part will be mandatory for all the candidates.
This part will carry 30 marks and candidates will be required to attempt the questions within 2 hours.
The part 2 of ISI 2020 will consist of MCQ or Descriptive questions.
Part 2 will be categorized into 5 sections having questions from Computer Science, Engineering Mechanics, Engineering Drawing, Thermodynamics, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Engineering and Technology.
The examination authorities will release the detailed syllabus of ISI Admission Test 2020 to help candidates prepare in a better way. Using the syllabus, candidates can make sure that they have studied all the topics that might be asked in the entrance exam.
The examination authorities will also release the sample papers of ISI admission test 2020 on the official website. Candidates are advised to solve the sample papers to increase the chances of qualifying the entrance exam.
The authorities will release the admit card of ISI Admission Test 2020 tentatively in the third week of April. It will be released in online mode and candidates will be able to download it by using credentials. Candidates should check the details mentioned in the admit card and should contact the authorities if they find any errors or mistakes in it. Candidates should take a print out of the admit card and should not forget to carry it to the examination centre.
After ISI Admission Test 2020, authorities will release the provisional answer key to allow candidates to have an idea about the probable scored marks in the entrance exam. Candidates will get a chance to challenge the answer key of ISI admission test 2020 if they find any errors or mistakes in it. The window to challenge the answer key will be available tentatively in the second week of May. After considering the challenges made by the candidates, authorities will release the final answer key tentatively in the second week of May.
The authorities will declare the result of ISI Admission Test 2020 tentatively in the last week of May. Along with the result, the authorities will also release the detailed schedule of the interview process.
The authorities will also release the cutoff of ISI Admission Test 2020 in online mode. The cutoff will be the minimum marks required by the candidates in order to participate in the further rounds of admission. There are various factors that will be considered by the authorities while finalizing the cutoff such as the total number of seats available, the difficulty level of the exam and the previous year cutoff trends. It should be noted that the authorities will release a separate result for candidates who will be qualified through GATE scores.
On the basis of marks scored in the entrance exam or marks score in GATE and interview, the authorities will allot seats to the candidates. Allotted candidates will have to carry all the relevant documents, both original and photocopies for document verification. Candidate will not be offered a seat if he or she fails to show any relevant document.
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Indian Statistical Institute,
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Kolkata 700108, India
To apply for ISI exam, candidates will have to fill and submit the application form of ISI admission Test 2020 which will be released on February 14.
Candidates can pay ISI admission test 2020 application form fee through NetBanking, Debit/ Credit Card or through Challan for cash payment at the SBI Branch.
Yes, candidates who will score 770 (out of 1000) or above in GATE will be eligible to appear directly at the interview.
Yes, the authorities will release the sample papers of ISI 2020 on the official website.
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As per the new updates the validation of OBC NCL certificate varies with the government. It is valid only for a period of 1 month in Central Government and over a period of 3 months in the state Government.
However since you have received the certificate in 2015, the certificate is not valid anymore. Providing a invalid certificate may violate the rules of ISI. So you need have to renew it.
For the renewal purpose kindly check with your district tehsil court and find the documents you to produce. Later you can visit the tehsildar office where you can get your certificate renewed.
Make sure you renew your certificate as soon as possible and apply for ISI. BEST OF LUCK.
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Depending on the which ISI you chosen. If you choose ISI, kolkata then the official cut off in this year is 67/120 in (UGA) and 30/80 in (UGB) in general category. In other category, this percentage is 10% or 20% lower of general category.But in case of interview there is no any reservation category. In case of other ISI then the cut off is higher then ISI, kolkata.
marking scheme for ISI Admission exam is:
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Application fee (Previous years') of ISI’s Entrance exam for the candidates of General category is Rs. 1250 and additional bank charges. While for the candidates of SC/ST/OBC-NCL/PwD categories, it is Rs. 625 due to reservation and additional bank charges.
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