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Entrance Examination

Admission to the M.Sc. programme is based on the performance of the candidate in a national level written test. The written test consists of objective type questions. Candidates are expected to have a sound knowledge of B.Sc. level general chemistry and basic mathematics.  The question paper consists of two parts: Part A carries 25 marks and Part B carries 75 marks. The paper consists of multiple choice questions and carries negative mark for wrong answers.

Admission to the Ph.D. programme is based on a qualifying written test, followed by interview. The question paper for the written test consists of two parts: Part A (40 marks) and Part B (40 marks). Part A carries 20 questions on research methodology.  Part B contains 60 questions (20 each from Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry) at the M.Sc. level, and the candidate is required to answer any 20 questions. All questions are multiple choice type.  Final selection of the candidates is based on their interview performance.  Admission to the Ph.D. program and assignment of supervisor for the selected Ph. D. students is done concurrently through a counselling session.

Further details regarding the entrance examination and admission procedure can be found at the University website:

Model question papers for entrance examinations are available at the IGM Library website of the University: