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Satyendra Nath Bose National Centre For Basis Sciences-SNBNCBS Ph.D Programme
Block JD, Sector III, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700098
Post B.Sc Integrated Ph.D Programme in chemical Sciences (PBIR-C-06) the Satyendra Nath Bose National Center for Basic Sciences (SNBNCBS), Kolkata and the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), Kolkata invite applications for the above jointly conducted multi disciplinary Programme. The details of the Programme and Admission Procedure are
Session: July 2006 onwards
Seats: 10 candidates from any part of India.
Entrance Test and Venue: on June 03, 2006 (written) and June 17, 2006 (Interview), at 10 am at SNBNCBS
Type of Questions: Multiple-choice questions for written test
Eligibility for Ph.D Programme: B.Sc (Completed or appearing for the finals)
Requirements: Application on plain paper with full bio data including attested copies of mark sheets and certificates of class X, XII, B.Sc, part I and part II (if available)
Minimum Marks in B.Sc-Part I and / or Part II:
55% marks in Chemistry honours with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiary, if the university has a houours system.
55% marks on the aggregate with chemistry Physics Mathematics combination, if the university does not have an honours system (please write “we do not have an honours system” on the application)
Eligibility to sit for the entrance test:
Around 200 students after initial screening with criteria to be fixed depending on the number of applications received. Approximately 20% of the examinees will be short listed for interview.
A for outstation examinees-Sleeper class Train fare (short Route) for successful candidates who join the programme.
If admitted Rs. 5000 per month (may be increased later)as stipend for the first two years.
Rs.8000 per month (may be incresed later)upon completion of the M.Sc degree (4 semesters course credit programme) and continuing on to the Ph.D Programme.
The course structure and course contents for the first 4 semesters are available on the websites of SNBNCBS and IACS.
Application envelope marked “PBIR Chemical Sciences 2006” must reach the Academic Programme Co-Ordinator, S.N Bose National Centre for Basis Sciences, Block JD, Sector II, Salt Lake, and Kolkata-700098. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org on or before April 21, 2006. To facilitate quick communication, the application should contain the candidates email address and/ or phone number