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Post-B. Sc. Integrated Ph. D. in Chemical Sciences
(In Collaboration with the University of Calcutta)

 

Student orientation programme for new  batch of Post B.Sc. Integrated  Ph.D in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS) and Integrated M.Sc.-Ph.D Programme in Physical Sciences (IntPPS) for the current  academic  session 2016-17  will be held on 8th August (Monday), 2016 at 10.30 A.M. at C V Raman Hall of IACS. Students are requested to attend the programme.

 

Admission for Integrated Ph.D Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS)-2016

 

Application Form for IntPCS-2016

 

Admission form 2016

 

Entrance Test of IntPCS (Chemical Sciences) 2016 : 12 th June (Sunday) 2016, during 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.

 

Candidates shortlisted for the Entrance Test of Integrated Ph.D Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS)-2016

 

Shortlisted Candidates for Interview of Integrated Ph.D Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS)-2016

 

Schedule for Interview of Integrated Ph.D Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS)-2016

 

Final Result of Integrated Ph.D Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS)-2016

 


Applications in prescribed format (to be downloaded from the institute’s web site http://www.iacs.res.in/intpcs/) are invited from interested Indian nationals for admission to the Post-B.Sc. Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Chemical Sciences (IntPCS), conducted by the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata in collaboration with the University of Calcutta beginning from August 2016. Details of course structure and contents are available in the website of the institute at http://www.iacs.res.in/intpcs/


Eligibility:
(a) General candidates: A minimum first division in both 10 & 10+2 levels and a minimum first class (60% marks in aggregate in Chemistry Honours papers or equivalent) in B.Sc. (Chemistry-Honours) with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiaries or a first class (60% marks or equivalent in aggregate) in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics for Universities that do not offer Honours degree at the B.Sc level;
(b) Reserved candidates: A minimum 55% marks in 10 & 10+2 levels and a minimum 55% marks in aggregate in Chemistry Honours papers or equivalent in B.Sc. (Chemistry-Honours) with Physics and Mathematics as subsidiaries or minimum 55% marks or equivalent in aggregate in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics for Universities that do not offer Honours degree at the B.Sc level.


Candidates applying from the universities that are not providing Honours degree should clearly mention "Honours degree not provided" in their applications. Those who have appeared in the final examination may also apply but their final selection will be subject to securing the required percentage of marks in the qualifying examination.


The Candidate with Chemistry (Hons.) should provide only Honours marks, whereas the candidates from those universities that do not offer Honours degree, the marks should be provided as the overall percentage for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The candidates whose marks are given in CGPA or CPI, are advised to multiply their respective scores by a factor of 10 to obtain the percentage equivalent, e.g. if the CGPA/CPI score is 7.2, the equivalent percentage should be 72.00%


Eligible applicants will be required to appear for a written test based on multiple-choice questions. Candidates short listed on the basis of percentage of marks in B.Sc. Level as well as written test will be called for an interview, out of which twelve (12) candidates will be selected for admission. Reservation of seats will be as per the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation In Admission) Act, 2006. List of successful candidates will be displayed on the website of the institute.


Examination Fees:  Rs. 250/- for reserved candidates;
                                 Rs. 500/- for all other students.
Examination fees will be sent by a demand draft in favour of “INDIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE CULTIVATION OF SCIENCE” payable at Kolkata.


Outstation candidates called for interview will be reimbursed with Sleeper Class railway fare by the shortest route provided they are selected and finally join the course. Admitted students will be entitled to a stipend of Rs. 12,000/- p.m. (fixed) for the first two years. On successful completion of the M.Sc. course Junior Research Fellowship will be awarded as per the prevailing norms. It may not be possible to provide accommodation for out station candidates joining the programme.


Duly filled in applications in prescribed format along with a self-addressed envelope (no need to send mark sheets and certificates with your application) should reach the Coordinator, Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Chemical Sciences, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata - 700 032 not later than 5.00 P.M. of May 15, 2016. The envelope containing the application should be marked as "Integrated Ph.D. Programme in Chemical Sciences, IACS-2016". Applications received after due date will be summarily rejected. Interim queries will not be entertained.


Eligible candidates for the Entrance Test Examination, whose names appeared in the institute website but have not received the Admit Card/Call Letter from IACS before the examination date, are advised to appear in the written entrance test with appropriate photo-identity proof.


To remember :
Closing date of receiving Applications: May 15, 2016
No copies of mark sheets and certificates are to be attached along with application.
Entrance test will be held during the first week of June, 2016. Exact date and time will be announced on the website.

 

Entrance Test of IntPCS (Chemical Sciences) 2016: 12th June (Sunday) 2016, during 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.


Dully filled in application in prescribed format should be sent along with a self-addressed envelope.