Indian Institute of Science Admission to Four Year Bachelor of Science (BS) programme

Name of Institute / University

Indian Institute of Science

Courses Offered

Applications are invited for admission to Four Year Bachelor of Science (BS) programme.

Eligibility

Candidates who have completed their II PUC / 12th Standard in 2010 and those who are expecting to complete in 2011 are eligible to apply. The candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects during their PUC / 12th Standard.

How To Apply

The application form may be obtained by any of the following two methods.
Off-line application - Send your request for an application form with two address slips, with your mailing address clearly written (preferably stickers), and a Demand Draft for Rs. 600/- for GN/ OBC/ KM candidates (Rs.300/- for SC/ST/PH categories, along with a copy of an appropriate certificate) to the Deputy Registrar (Academic), Admissions Unit, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore - 560 012. The DD has to be drawn in favour of “Registrar, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore”. Requests for off-line applications will be received only after January 1, 2011.
Online application - Online application may be prepared and submitted by accessing the IISc website www.iisc.ernet.in/ug with effect from 01.01.2011. Online application fee is Rs. 400/- for GN/OBC/KM candidates and Rs. 200/- for SC/ST/PH categories. After submitting the online application, a printed copy of the filled online application along with a Demand Draft for the required amount must be sent to the Institute. Deadline for submitting online application is 25.03.2011.

Contact Details

Address: Dean, Undergraduate Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore - 560 012
Email: deanugoff@admin.iisc.ernet.in
Website: http://www.iisc.ernet.in
Phone: +91-80-22933400
Fax : +91-80-23600853

Selection

Based on the merit list of one of the following national examinations: KVPY – SA (selected as fellow in 2009 - 2010), KVPY – SB (appeared in 2010), KVPY SX/Sb + 2 (appeared in 2010) and AIPMT (appearing in 2011).

Subscribe to our Newsletter
×