Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Admissions 2018-2019, Courses, Contact Info:TIFR VSRP-2018 Admission 2018 News, Courses, details: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research also known as TIFR VSRP-2018, located in Mumbai Maharashtra was established in 1 June 1945, starting with an initial strength of many students, from then college witnessed a spectacular growth over the years. Currently the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research has become one of the leading in the city of Mumbai. The institute is affiliated to Mumbai University.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research students making its bench mark in the field of academics with its good results in all the university examinations. The college has been recently re-accredited good grade.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research offered students various undergraduate and postgraduate courses with good faculty and infrastructure and hostel facilities.
Admissions to Ph.D : Admissions to Ph.D. programmes in Computer Science and Systems Science are via a TIFR Entrance Exam followed by an on-campus interview. The deadline for applications for admissions in August 2018 is October 12, 2017. Students who have/will have a valid GATE score in EC, EE, MA (exams held during 2016-18) have the option to apply directly to our Systems Science Ph.D. programme without taking the TIFR entrance exam, the applications for this will be accepted starting in February 2018. Note that GATE scores in CS will not be accepted.
Application website: http://univ.tifr.res.in
Stipend information: Ph.D. students receive a monthly fellowship of Rs 25,000/- (enhanced to Rs 28,000/- after registration). I-Ph.D. students (those joining with a three-year undergraduate degree) receive a monthly fellowship of Rs 16,000/- for the first year which is enhanced to 25,000/- at the end of the first year upon satisfactory performance (further raised to Rs 28,000/- after registration for Ph.D.).
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How to apply :
1. Registration includes two steps : First complete basic registration step by clicking the “Apply Online” button given below.
2. During the basic registration, “Prefered Subject” indicates TIFR subject area you are applying for (Physics / Chemistry / Biology / Mathematics / Computer & Systems Sciences).
3. After completing basic registration, an email will be sent to you with a link for advanced registration. Before proceeding to advanced registration, please keep the following ready :
a) Scanned photo (.jpg file of size not exceeding 100kb ) of your passport size photograph.
b) Students can select upto 2 departments, and for each department, they can fill in two areas of interest from the options available in the menu. Please read the Information Brochure before you fill this section.
c) A write-up of up to 400 words, describing your interest in the most preferred field of study has to be provided in the appropriate box. The write up should not contain special characters. In particular, use of equations in write-ups is strongly discouraged.
d) Names, Affiliation, Designation, Contact address (both e-mail and physical address) and contact phone number of two referees who would be filling referee reports for you. They should be teachers or persons with whom you have interacted academically.
The link for filling up the Referee Report Form online will be sent by email to both Referees after complete registration.
Students from remote areas who do not have access to internet can send a request for application form along with a self-addressed stamped envelope of Rs 20/- to :
The Assistant Registrar (Academic)
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba
Last date for application :
For Maths – February 28, 2018
For all other subjects – January 31, 2018
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Details below
About College:- In Bombay the Institute was housed at Kenilworth, a bungalow on Pedder Road. It was inaugurated by Sir John Colville, Governor of Bombay on 19th December 1945. In 1949, as the Institute grew, it found its second home at the Old Yacht Club Building (former home of Royal Bombay Yacht Club) near Gateway of India. The Cosmic Ray Group was the first to start functioning. The Nuclear Emulsion and the Electron Magnetism Group started in 1953. Work in Computer Science and Technology in 1954, and the first pilot machine became operational in 1956. The full scale machine, later named the TIFRAC was commissioned in February 1960. The foundation stone of the main building at the Colaba campus was laid by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1954. This constitutes the Institute’s main campus at present. The modern building on the seafront with gardens, lawns and a seaside promenade was designed by the Chicago architect, Helmuth Bartsch. The building was inaugurated by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on 15 January 1962.
|Address||Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Homi Bhabha Road, Navy Nagar, Colaba Mumbai 400005, INDIA|
|Founded||1 June 1945|
Mail Website : http://www.tifr.res.in/