ISI ADMISSION TEST 2017 PATTERN & SYLLABUS

NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE TEST

**ISI Admission Test (Indian Statistical Institute Admission Test)** is conducted for various under graduate and post graduate programmes. All candidates aspiring to pursue a career in the prestigious field of Mathematics must apply for the **ISI Entrance Exam**.

Those who wish to do well in the exam must acquaint themselves with the **ISI Admission Test**. Depending on the programme the candidate opts for, the **ISI exam pattern** will vary. Hence, it is crucial to be aware of the trends in the exam pattern and syllabus for ISI entrance test. The details regarding each programme are discussed below.

There are two UG and several PG courses offered by ISI and the exam pattern for each is different. According to the programme the candidate wishes to pursue, he can scroll through the information given below.

Bachelor of Statistics (Honours) and Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours)

The exam pattern for both these courses is exactly the same. Candidates who apply for any of these programmes will have to appear for two written tests. The tests will be a mix of both multiple-choice type objective questions and descriptive questions. The subject will be Mathematics at the 10+2 level. Those who qualify the written exam will be called for interviews.

It must be noted that applicants selected as INMO Awardees to participate in the International Mathematics Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) will be exempted from appearing in the written test. Such candidates will be directly called for interviews.

However, such applicants must have gotten the award in the current or previous year. The awards will be distributed based on the performance of candidates in the Indian National Mathematics Olympiad (INMO). INMO is conducted by the National Board of Higher Mathematics, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India.

An important point to keep in mind is that INMO awardees will have to apply for admission to the programme by filling in the online application form. If they don’t apply, there is no way for ISI to consider them for admission.

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**Master of Statistics**

For all applicants who have obtained their UG degree in B.Stat (Hons) from ISI, direct admission will be offered to M.Stat programme. These candidates will not be required to appear for any written tests or interviews.

For all other eligible candidates, including those with a B.Stat (Pass) degree from ISI, there will be a written entrance exam and interview round. Previous academic qualifications may also be considered.

The aim of the written test is to evaluate the candidate’s competence in theory and methods of Statistics and appraise their comprehension in Mathematics. The written test will consist of two parts:

- Multiple Choice Questions in Statistics and Mathematics at the undergraduate level
- Short answer type questions in Statistics and Mathematics at the undergraduate level

**Master of Mathematics**

All students who possess a B.Math (Hons) degree from ISI will be eligible for direct admission to this programme. They need not sit for any written tests or interviews.

Rest of the eligible candidates, including those with a degree in B.Math (Pass) from ISI, there will be written admission tests and interviews. Past educational performance may also be considered.

The entrance tests will feature both multiple choice and short answer type questions. The subject asked will be Mathematics with extra emphasis on topics of Real Analysis, Linear and Abstract Algebra. The questions will be of a level that corresponds to those of Mathematics Honours / Major of Indian universities.

**Master of Science in Quantitative Economics**

Written tests and interview will be conducted for the purpose of admission to this programme. Past academic records of the candidate may also be taken into consideration.

The written tests will consist of Multiple Choice and short answer questions. The subjects tested will be Economics and Mathematics at the undergraduate level.

**Master of Science in Quality Management Science**

The admission to this PG course will be on the basis of written tests and interview. Previous academic qualifications may also be taken into consideration.

The entrance exam will feature multiple choice questions in the subject of Mathematics at the undergraduate level. Descriptive questions may or may not be asked.

**Master of Science in Library and Information Science**

Written test and interview will be conducted for admission to his programme. For final selection, the candidate’s past academic record will also be considered.

**Master of Technology in Computer Science**

For this programme, written tests and interview will be conducted to grant admission. The written entrance test will have two parts:

- A Multiple Choice and/or descriptive test in Mathematics at the undergraduate level
- A Multiple Choice and/or descriptive test comprising the following:

- Group A: A test for all candidates in Mathematics at the undergraduate level and in logical reasoning
- Group B: A test, divided into five sections carrying equal marks, in Mathematics, Statistics and Physics at the postgraduate level and in Computer Science, Engineering and Technology at the B Tech level. Candidates must answer questions from any one of these sections.

It must be noted that a candidate with a valid GATE score above a pre-decided test score in the relevant subject will be directly called for interview. Academic records will also play a role in final selection. Such candidates, however, must apply through the online application form.

**Master of Technology in Quality, Reliability and Operations Research**

A written entrance test will be conducted for admission purposes. The test will consist of two parts:

- A Multiple Choice and/or descriptive test in Mathematics at the undergraduate level
- A Multiple Choice and/or descriptive test for the two streams as follows:

- Part I (for Statistics Stream): A test divided into two sections carrying equal marks, in Statistics and Probability. Candidates must answer questions from both the sections.
- Part II (for Engineering Stream): A test divided into two sections carrying different marks, in Mathematics and Engineering. Candidates must answer questions from both the sections.

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The syllabus for the **ISI entrance exam** explains all the subjects and topics that a candidate must prepare for. Knowing the detailed syllabus is very important as it ensures that all topics can be properly covered by the candidate.

The **ISI Syllabus** for B.Stat. and B.Math. programmes are exactly the same. The details are given below:

- Sets, Operations on Sets
- Prime Numbers, Factorisation of integers and Divisibility
- Rational and Irrational Numbers
- Permutations and Combinations
- Binomial Theorem
- Logarithms
- Polynomials
- Remainder Theorem
- Theory of Quadratic Expressions
- Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions
- Complex Numbers
- Inequalities including arithmetic, geometric and harmonic means

- Class X Level Plane Geometry
- Geometry of 2 dimensions with Cartesian and Polar Coordinates
- Concept of a locus, Equation of a Line, Angel between two lines
- Distance from a point to a line, Area of geometric figures
- Circles, Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola
- Mensuration

- Measures of angles, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions
- Properties of angles, heights and distances

- Sequences
- Functions
- Limits, Continuity, Differentiability of functions of a single real variable
- Derivatives and methods of differentiation
- Slope of a curve, Tangents, Normals
- Maxima and Minima
- Use of calculus in sketching graphs of functions
- Evaluation of area using integrals
- Methods of integration, indefinite and definite integrals

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