Mathematics as a Career Path

Mathematics as a career choice has been picking up among the students of India since the last couple of years. But sadly, very few students are aware fully of the scope they have to study in India. Most go for the local colleges and Universities in their neighbourhood. In this article we shall discuss the avenues that are open to students after they pass their 12th class in India.

India has a rich tradition in math since time immemorial, and this has led to the establishments of various centres of learning in math and related sciences. In the present day too, there are various institutes offering math education and research of world repute in India. Typically the road to an education in math starts after passing the 12th class in India. A student then has the opportunity to either opt for a BSc degree or an Integrated MSc degree or a BS degree or an Integrated MS degree.

The two best places in India offering a Bachelor’s degree in math are the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Bangalore and the Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), Chennai. ISI offers a B.Math degree, and admissions are held after a tough screening test in various centres of India held in late May each year (in Assam, Guwahati and Tezpur are centres) followed by a personal interview at Bangalore. CMI offers a BSc degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and another in Mathematics and Physics, admissions to which is through a written test held in various centres of India (in Assam, Guwahati and Silchar are centres) in late May each year, which may be followed up by an interview later. Both ISI and CMI also admit students who have qualified in the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO). For ISI they also have to attend an interview in Bengaluru. For ISI, the interview takes place at Bengaluru. Added to that CMI also admits students who have qualified in the Indian National Olympiad in Informatics (INOI) and Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO). The INMO is held every year on the first Sunday of February. But to appear in the INMO, one has to pass the Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) which is held in various centres throughout India in December every year. Similarly to appear in INPhO one has to pass National Standard Exam in Physics(NSEP) and for INOI one has to pass either of Zonal Computing Olympiad(ZCO) or Zonal Informatics Olympiad(ZIO).

A student can also opt for a BS degree in math, which is a 4 year course. At present the two best places in India for a BS degree are the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. IIT admits students via the JEE Advanced held every year in April-May. While IISc admits students via the JEE Mains, JEE Advanced and Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY). The KVPY is held every year in November for students in classes 11th, 12th and UG 1st year.

A student can also opt for an integrated BS-MS dual degree course in math offered at the Indian Institutes of Science and Education Research(IISERs) which is a 5 year course. The IISERs are located in Pune, Mohali, Kolkata, Bhopal, Tirupati and Trivandrum. There is one planned IISER in Nagaland as well. The IISERs admit students via KVPY, JEE Advanced. One may also apply via marks in board exams and then writing the IISER entrance exam which is held in mid July in the six IISERs. The marks in board exams depends on the INSPIRE cutoff for the respective boards. More details about this can be found here. Apart from the IISERs, such a course is also offered at the National Institute for Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar and Centre for Basic Sciences (CBS), Mumbai. Both NISER and CBS admits students through the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) held every year in early June.

After the BSc/BMath/BS degrees a student has the opportunity to get an MSc or an MS degree from the many places in India and abroad. They can also apply for an Integrated MSc-PhD degree offered at some places in India. Ideally the best places in India for a Masters degree in math are mentioned below:

  • CMI, through admission test held in late May

  • ISI, Kolkata or Bengaluru through admission test held in late May

For Integrated MSc-PhD programmes the best places are:

  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai and Bangalore admits through a written test held in May and followed by an interview

  • IISc, Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM) followed by an interview at IISc

  • The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), Chennai admits through the National Board of Higher Mathematics (NBHM) exam followed by an interview

  • Harish Chandra Research Institute (HRI), Allahabad admits through the NBHM exam followed by an interview

  • IISERs (Pune, Mohali, Trivandrum, Bhopal, Kolkata, Tirupati) also has a good Integrated MS-PhD course and they admit students either via their own exams or NBHM

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If a student wants to opt for an Integrated MSc in math then the best place in India is the University of Hyderabad, which admits students through a written test held in early June. Various other central universities also have the Integrated programme, amongst them the best curriculum after the University of Hyderabad is at the Pondicherry University and Tezpur University. In recent years, many new Central Universities have also started this course. Additionally, some of the IITs have such courses as well, like IIT Kharagpur. The admission for this course is through IIT JEE.

In addition to the institutes mentioned above, there are several other good institutes which offer Bachelors level courses. For instance, one could also study at the Institute of Mathematics and Application (IMA), Bhubaneswar, the University of Delhi (in several world class colleges like St. Stephen’s College, Kirori Mal College, etc.), several NITs have Integrated MSc courses (this information can be found in the JEE Mains brochure for example), etc.

After a Masters degree, a student can pursue a PhD. The best places in India to get a PhD in math are TIFR, IMSc and HRI. Normally these institutes (except TIFR which has its own exam) accept students who have cleared either NBHM or the CSIR JRF exam followed by an interview. Students who have been awarded INSPIRE Fellowships by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), GoI may also be called for interviews at these institutes. Apart from these, CMI, ISI, IISc, IISERs and NISER also has a very highly ranked PhD programme.

Students studying at all the above institutes are paid fellowships of Rs.5000 for the Bachelors students (provided they clear a certain threshold percentage in their 12th boards exams), Rs.5000-Rs.7000 to the Masters Students by the DST and around Rs.12000-Rs.18000 for the PhD students. In CMI PhD students are paid Rs. 26000-28000 for PhD and Rs. 9000 for M.Sc. But recent hike in fellowship for PhD students mean that they are paid as high as Rs. 25000 onwards.

[This article was slightly modified on 14th of March, 2015 and substantially modified on 8th October, 2018.]


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986 Comments
  • Aniket
    Posted at 13:23h, 03 November Reply

    Hi,
    First of all would like to thank you a lot for writing this article.
    I did my B.Tech in Information Technology and now I am working in a software MNC for last 2.5 years. I would like to pursue Masters in Maths. I have few questions
    1. Could you please information regarding the best colleges for masters in maths abroad?
    2. I am more interested in calculus, so which course and college would be better?
    3. What courses should i take up to have a career in cryptography computational mathematics and which colleges would be good for that?

    Thanks again,
    -Aniket

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 22:15h, 05 November Reply

      Thanks a lot for the comment. Here are your answers.
      1. It depends on what your interests are. Please be more specific.
      2. Calculus can be a bit too general, can you tell us exactly which part interests you?
      3. Try learning some number theory and algebra.

  • For maths
    Posted at 20:14h, 03 November Reply

    Is there any age limit for applying to bsc maths(hons)in cmi or isi

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 22:15h, 05 November Reply

      It should eb around 25 years I guess.

  • For maths
    Posted at 20:15h, 03 November Reply

    I completed my 12th std in the year 2008 am i eligible for appearing bsc (hons) entrance of cmi and isi

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 22:16h, 05 November Reply

      Apply for the MSc if you have got a BSc degree.

  • Soumik
    Posted at 22:39h, 03 November Reply

    what jobs other than research do we get after m.math? Is campussing done for these batches?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 22:16h, 05 November Reply

      Normally some industry or research labs might offer you some position.

  • For maths
    Posted at 16:48h, 05 November Reply

    Is there any age limit for CMI or ISI bsc entrance.I am a 12th passout of 2008

  • For maths
    Posted at 20:31h, 06 November Reply

    I am doing my bsc degree in maths from annamalai university through distance education.Am i eligible for cmi or isi entrance in Bsc (hons)so that i could get a regular degree from reputed institutes and can have deep knowledge in maths

  • san
    Posted at 18:18h, 12 November Reply

    Does anybody know of any website like this one (in mathematics) which provides entrance exam information of various institutes in india and other subject related current happenings and news in Physics .I am preparing for physics entrances and (i think)that would really help me a lot
    Thanks in advance.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:05h, 17 November Reply

      We are not aware of that, but we can surely try to write one such article for you.

  • ashima
    Posted at 00:32h, 14 November Reply

    can anybody tell me of a good website where I can ask my queries related to all the topics ( in physics)_ other people discuss related to maths on this webpage like about the selection procedures of various institutes in india at postgraduate level or which is the best institute in physics research in india etc., etc..

  • sarvesh iyer
    Posted at 20:03h, 16 November Reply

    Respected Sir,
    thank you for the reply.
    If possible,can you give me some links as to where on the internet can I find some past year CMI and ISI entrance Exams question papers.Thanking you in advance.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:06h, 17 November Reply

      The CMI and ISI websites have some sample papers and also the most recent question papers in them.

  • Som
    Posted at 21:48h, 23 November Reply

    Dear Sir
    This is an amazing source of information to any mathematics lovers!
    Is it possible for you to suggest me blogs/ websites with this type of amazing material for Chemistry and Biology as well, which would give information regarding the Int Phd /Phd entrance exams of the reputed institutes in India?

    Sorry to bother you with something off the topic!

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 15:15h, 27 November Reply

      We are not sure of the best such info place, but we can try to bring something out of that sort here too. Thanks a lot for appreciating our work.

  • raz
    Posted at 12:10h, 01 December Reply

    Is there any scope for Msc. Mathematics after B.Tech in I.T. ???

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:07h, 07 December Reply

      Yes almost all institutes take students after B.Tech for MSc. But your math background should be very strong.

  • chandra
    Posted at 19:44h, 07 December Reply

    i must thank u for such information about career in maths and top universities in india.
    i have completed my b.sc. now i want to get admission into top universities like TIFR,IMSc,CMI,HRI,etc for Ph.D program.but, the syllabus for all these institutes entrance exam is in M.Sc level. so, can u suggest me some books for preparing these entrance exams..
    thank u…..

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:08h, 07 December Reply

      Hi, the books are already discussed in the earlier comments, please take a look at them.

  • Sujoy Chakraborty
    Posted at 12:49h, 11 December Reply

    Dear Sir,
    I have recently given the tifr phd admission test. I think I have answered around 25 to 27
    correct out of 40. Can you kindly inform me about the cut off for the interview call at tifr (mumbai and bangalore) and if I shall have the chance to be called for the interview.
    Thanks in advance.

  • Sujoy Chakraborty
    Posted at 13:00h, 11 December Reply

    Dear Sir,
    I have recently given the tifr admission test for phd in mathematics. I think I have answered 25 to 27 out of 40 correct. Can you kindly inform me the cut off for the interview call at Tifr(mumbai and bangalore) and also if I shall have the chace to get an interview call.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 21:20h, 20 December Reply

      Normally the cutoffs are above 30, but they may vary from time to time.

  • Neeraj Bhauryal
    Posted at 09:45h, 13 December Reply

    Sir if you have seen TIFR paper 2012 for Mathematics Msc-Phd program , could you please tell what would be an ideal cutoff?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 21:21h, 20 December Reply

      We have not seen the paper, but the cutoffs are generally above 30.

  • aayush sinha
    Posted at 11:34h, 15 December Reply

    SIR,Please send me imp books for mathematics for bsc(maths hons)part-1

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 21:21h, 20 December Reply

      Please mention the syllabus in details.

  • Shweta Sharma
    Posted at 18:34h, 24 December Reply

    hello…i am presently doing bsc (H) maths..I would lyk to fo msc from cmi or isi..but m not aware of the salary one wud get after completing phd from them..can u pls tell me

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 18:48h, 25 December Reply

      It depends on the type of job that you do. An Assistant Professor at a Central University gets around Rs.44,000 per month, while at IITs, IISERs, ISIs, etc he will get around Rs. 60,000 per month.

  • Pragun
    Posted at 18:26h, 28 December Reply

    Hi ! I did B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Delhi College Of Engineering. But now I want to do further studies in the field of Mathematics but am not sure what are the best options that I do have(if there are any) and the career prospects after that. Can you please help me with that ?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 21:20h, 29 December Reply

      Yes sure, the ideal thing for you to do is to go for a masters and then a PhD.

  • Aakash juneja
    Posted at 21:25h, 07 January Reply

    what shhould one expect in bmath interviews.
    and what is d expected cutoff for objectve and subjective parts assuming present difficulty levels in bmath at cmi n isi entrance

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:22h, 24 January Reply

      BMath interviews will have more focus on clearing your basics, so read all you can on analysis and algebra properly. The cutoffs vary from year to year but there is an increasing trend from this year to the next.

  • Abhinav
    Posted at 21:35h, 08 January Reply

    Hi!
    I did an integrated 4 year Msc.(hons) Mathematics degree from BITS Pilani. I wasn’t given a separate Bsc. degree. I wanted to know whether I would be eligible for MS Quant. Eco. at ISI?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:22h, 24 January Reply

      I think you would be, but its better to write to them before you apply.

  • rashmi
    Posted at 03:27h, 09 January Reply

    i’m a 4th year engineering candidate.can u plz guide me how can i opt mathematics as my further carrier..i always had a keen interest in mathematics.. but due to some reasons i opted for electronics engineering.i’m looking for some path in the world of mathematics.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:23h, 24 January Reply

      You can either go for a MSc and then a PhD or else directly a PhD if you think your math basics are strong. You can apply to places like IITs, IISERs, CMI, IMSc etc.

  • akshay rao (in need)
    Posted at 19:25h, 15 January Reply

    hello…i am in desperate need of help. i have done my 10th and 12th with 90.2(maths-97) and 66.8(maths 64, pcm%-58) in 2008 and 2010 respectively. i have a gap of 3yrs too due to my father’s death in 2009 . i managed his shop during this period(currently i am in B.A. 1st year eng, hist,socio). i have been a quick learner and meritorious student throughout my studies.However, i am very good at maths , have a great zeal for it but need to brush it up. kindly guide me about a few colleges in India where i can certainly get admission in bsc hons (maths)[esp. Kolkata,Mumbai], apart from entrance exams. also tell me if i am eligible for ISI AND CMI. if my gap will be a hindrance in qualifying interview? kindly reply as soon as possible. i beg u.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:25h, 24 January Reply

      Your gap should not be a case of concern if you are good as you say. So prepare from now and give the exams well. It is not difficult to pass the exams, but the interviews are the most crucial stage.

  • prashant
    Posted at 21:11h, 28 January Reply

    Hello sir
    I have completed my b.sc. computer science.
    But I don’t want to be a programmer because I am weak in coding, but I am best with mathematics from school time.
    I like the maths.
    I want to ask, is there any master degree or career course opportunity in mathematics for me?
    Because I am already 23, need to settle and help my father with my first love mathematics as a profession.
    Thanking you.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:43h, 05 February Reply

      Yes of course, age is no bar if you are serious about learning and doing math. Please take a look at the institutes mentioned in this article.

  • Arghya Ghosh
    Posted at 05:34h, 30 January Reply

    I want to know about the number of students CMI filter after the written test for M.sc in Applied mathematics.I would really appreciate if you can help me with the information.

    Thanks.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:44h, 05 February Reply

      That depends on the number of students they like, it may differ from year to year, but its usually around 30.

  • ranadip
    Posted at 08:14h, 03 February Reply

    can you please tell me what should be the cut-off marks for csir -ugc net dec 2012 and NBHM 2013.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:45h, 05 February Reply

      They may vary from year to year. NBHM is around 40% and NET is around 50%.

  • Rucha Raut
    Posted at 12:27h, 03 February Reply

    Hi,
    I m in 12th(commerce with math and eng).I wish to apply for b.stat at ISI Kolkata. So, am I eligible to apply for it???
    If yes, can u tell me the details about the entrance exam and do i need to join some special tuition to prepare for the exam???

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:45h, 05 February Reply

      Please check their website directly to know more about it.

  • wajhal
    Posted at 01:24h, 13 February Reply

    hello gonit
    i m pursuing my b.e. in electrical engg. i hv a keen interest in maths so i m preparing for gate-14… i just want to know that is it better to prepare for gate or should i prepare for NBHM or other colleges like imsc or cmi…??
    thank u

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 00:38h, 17 February Reply

      If you are interested in only math and doing a PhD then please prepare for NBHM, CMI and others.

  • Neeraj
    Posted at 22:35h, 18 February Reply

    Sir if you have seen this year’s ques paper of IIT JAM Maths, then what score would to get us in top 100

  • ajay tripathi,
    Posted at 02:11h, 20 February Reply

    Hi
    I have done B.E(Mech) from mumbai university and since i like maths i have been teaching maths for IIT JEE to class 11 and 12 students for last 10 years. Now i want to do Msc in maths through correspondence course as i cannot pursue it full time. Please suggest me some good universities for the same. thanking you.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 14:43h, 23 February Reply

      IGNOU would be a very good choice.

  • Swapnil Jagtap
    Posted at 19:18h, 22 February Reply

    Hi Sir is NBHM result is announced zone wise?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 14:44h, 23 February Reply

      Please see the NBHM website directly.

  • MOHMAD RAFIQ
    Posted at 19:17h, 24 February Reply

    i am intrested in theory of numbers ,i want know all centres in india where phd is done in theory of numbers and their procedure of selection

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:02h, 05 March Reply

      Almost all research institutes in India have a very good number theory group. Your first task would be to do well in the NBHM exam.

  • Information
    Posted at 19:27h, 27 February Reply

    Sir,
    Tell me opprtunities after doing distance degree bsc maths from annamalai university(ugc approved).I got around 55%.Is there any restriction for me to do regular msc degree because of ug distance course?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:03h, 05 March Reply

      No, there would be no problem provided you do the entrances/interviews well.

  • S Chakraborty
    Posted at 19:28h, 28 February Reply

    I have recently given Ph.D interview at TIFR mumbai. I am a B.Sc student. Can you kindly tell me how many students are selected from B.Sc? will there be any waiting list to consider some students later?
    Thanks in advance.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 20:03h, 05 March Reply

      The selection varies from year to year, it depends on the candidates who give the interview.

  • shreya
    Posted at 00:03h, 10 March Reply

    Institute Of Mathematics and Applications
    (IMA) boasts of offering B.sc. course kind of which is only offered by three other institutes in india, ok so one of them is cmi second one is isi, but I am not able to guess anything about the third one. Surely, it cannot be IMSc because we are concerned about only undergraduation level courses.
    So, any guesses?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:41h, 13 March Reply

      Can you explain your question a bit?

  • majoni
    Posted at 21:08h, 12 March Reply

    my bachelor degree in maths will be completed by april 2013. i want to do msc in PURE mathematics in iit. so plz help me out in finding the best.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 16:42h, 13 March Reply

      An integrated PhD from HRI or IMSc or TIFR is the best in India.

  • Anant Singhal
    Posted at 21:59h, 15 March Reply

    Ok so i am in my second year doing a dual degree in chemical engineering at IIT Madras and i am very very confused about my future. I love maths a lot, but high school math was pretty interesting, now its all theorems theorems and proofs so can u tell me: what kind of stuff do we mean when we say ‘research in maths’ or a ‘masters in maths’?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 18:43h, 29 March Reply

      Hi, the style of math taught in the college and university courses tend to be very boring and mundane, but math is not at all like that only. There are many practical aspects from math, from symmetry making in chem to optimization in any branch, etc. A popular account of various types of math that is connected to the real world can be found at http://www.mpe2013.org

  • D
    Posted at 14:05h, 21 March Reply

    Hi. I’m preparing for CMI M.Sc. Applied Math Entrance. They have posted a new sample paper for this year. The pattern has changed slightly. Could you tell me if Algebra (including Linear) and Analysis should be sufficient for the preparation? What is the cutoff for an interview call?

    • D
      Posted at 14:25h, 21 March Reply

      Also, as per the syllabus there are two streams in CMI. I wish to take up Financial Mathematics. Could you tell me what areas I must focus on in my preparation for the same, broadly what will be taught at CMI and what will be the career prospects?

      • Gonit Sora
        Posted at 18:44h, 29 March Reply

        The detailed syllabi of the courses are available in the website of CMI, please refer to it. Financial math has rich prospects in almost any domain of human activity nowadays and its an excellent career choice.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 18:45h, 29 March Reply

      Hi, typically the bulk of the questions would be from analysis and algebra. But do expect some amount of other stuff also. The cutoff may vary depending on the students and the standard of the question papers. But scoring atleast 65-70% would be a safe bet to get a call.

      • D
        Posted at 15:59h, 03 May Reply

        Thanks a ton!!
        How about the M.A./M.Sc. Computational Finance course at Institute of Mathematics and Applications, Bhubaneswar? It is an institution of Govt. of Orissa affiliated to Utkal University. The degree is awarded by Utkal University. Math and Stat students are eligible to take the entrance test. It would be great to know if this course is worthwhile. After this course will one be eligible for a PhD in Math from the premier institutes that you have named?

        • Gonit Sora
          Posted at 19:05h, 12 May Reply

          IMA is a great institute and that course is also very good. Yes, you are ofcourse eligible for any PhD course after your degree at IMA.

          • D
            Posted at 22:21h, 22 May

            If you have seen the IMA entrance papers, they are relatively much easier. What can be the cutoffs? and any idea what do most students do after completing the m.sc. course from IMA? Also, you said its a great institute, then why haven’t you included it in your blog entry?

          • Gonit Sora
            Posted at 16:22h, 31 May

            We are sorry, we have not seen the IMA question paper. The name is missing because of a slip of the mind in the author’s case. We apologize for this mistake.

  • amrita
    Posted at 20:13h, 24 March Reply

    hi
    i want to know a bit about hri summer internship
    spim , like what kind of course is taught ,
    do we need to submit a project at the end and if accomodation , food ,travel expense or stipend is provided…

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 18:47h, 29 March Reply

      Accomodation, food and stipend are all provided by HRI. And yes, a brief project report has to be submitted to get a certificate. The courses you would take would depend on your mathematical maturity and your guide.

  • Arun Kumar P
    Posted at 13:46h, 01 April Reply

    Hi, I’m a S/W working for last 2 years. I want to become a maths teacher. Please provide me details with procedure.

    Advance thank you ..

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:46h, 02 April Reply

      In which state do you want to become a teacher? There is a Teacher Eligibility Test in some states of India, maybe you can appear that.

      • Arun Kumar P
        Posted at 11:58h, 03 April Reply

        I’m in Kerala now. I’m a B.Tech graduate.

        • Gonit Sora
          Posted at 18:13h, 03 April Reply

          Then you can ofcourse become a teacher of mathematics, but normally people ask for a MSc with a BEd in mathematics for a teaching job. Perhaps it would better your chances if you have a BEd degree.

          • Arun Kumar P
            Posted at 22:34h, 03 April

            So, from here B.Tech + Bed + Msc will take me a step closer to become a maths teacher, right?

            Ok, now from where can I get Bed degree? I prefer distance education.

          • Gonit Sora
            Posted at 13:55h, 04 April

            Try for a BEd firts. IGNOU would be a good option for distance degrees.

  • niti singhal
    Posted at 22:19h, 01 April Reply

    i want to do phd in maths from a college offering scholarship as well

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:46h, 02 April Reply

      Almost all universities offer good fellowships for a PhD in mathematics.

  • Vivek Raj Singh
    Posted at 14:17h, 07 April Reply

    Thanks for providing such information, its highly appreciated. I was quite good in Mathematics and always fascinated by numbers, calculation but in my growing up years was never known about career option in Maths. Can you please pass on distance learning options for higher studies in Maths. I have done B. Tech (ECE).

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 14:24h, 16 April Reply

      IGNOU would be a good option for distance education.

  • shreya
    Posted at 15:11h, 09 April Reply

    does somebody know hpow can I buy or get test of mathematics at 10+2 level the book published by ISI for its undergraduation admission?
    Any sort of help is appreciated.

  • tarun
    Posted at 17:38h, 05 May Reply

    dear author,
    i am very good as well as very much interested in studying courses which are just related to mathematics and/or arithmetics and/or logics/algebra etc. i was always excellent in maths everywhere in school. but i chose engg in ec for my undergraduate course, i have completed almost 3 years now and i am getting distracted towards my interest in maths. i want to know is there any institute/course where i can join after completing my b.tech engg directly.
    thank you.

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:07h, 12 May Reply

      Yes all the institutes mentioned in this article take in BTech graduates, but then your understanding of mathematics must be very strong to be accepted after your BTech.

  • Swapnil Jagtap
    Posted at 16:26h, 06 May Reply

    Hi sir wanted to know which is better MS in maths from IISER Mohali or MSc from IIT?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:08h, 12 May Reply

      Both these institutes are very good, some IITs are better than some IISERs and vice versa, it depends on what you are interested in and in which IIT or IISER you want to study.

  • richa singh
    Posted at 02:50h, 08 May Reply

    hi,
    i m b.Tech 2006 pass out.i want to do phd in mathematics. is there any option to do phd in mathematics without having the degree of postgraduation?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:09h, 12 May Reply

      Yes you can do a PhD in math provided your basics are very clear. You can apply to almost all institutes mentioned in this article for your PhD after your BTech degree.

  • shrey
    Posted at 18:00h, 12 May Reply

    I HOPE YOU, VE SEEN ISI BMATH/ BSTAT PAPER OF YEAR 2013? what according to you can be the expected cut offs?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 19:11h, 12 May Reply

      It is very difficult to estimate the cutoffs, but we would guess that anything above 60-70% would be a safe bet to get a call for the interviews.

  • Swapnil Jagtap
    Posted at 08:37h, 17 May Reply

    Hi sir, any estimated cutoff for CMI’s MSc in Applications of Mathematics entrance test?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 11:01h, 20 May Reply

      It is very difficult to answer such questions as the cutoffs are highly random, and it depends on the students taking the exams. But a score of 60-70% should be safe comparatively.

  • shrey
    Posted at 12:35h, 18 May Reply

    and what about cmi bsc paper? what can be the expected cutooff out of total marks of 150?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 11:02h, 20 May Reply

      Its almost about the same like the BMath paper as most of the same students appear in the exams.

  • proc91
    Posted at 21:21h, 18 May Reply

    hi,
    i wanted to know what are the cutoffs in the msc cs exam of CMI. What is considered to be a good enough score..?

    • Gonit Sora
      Posted at 11:02h, 20 May Reply

      A score of around 70% would be a good score and is probably enough to get an interview call.

  • proc91
    Posted at 08:01h, 20 May Reply

    hi.. i wanted to know about the cutoffs in msc cs entrance of cmi…any idea ?

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