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IISER- 2020 Admission Schedule, Eligibility, AIT Syllabus, Admit Card & Merit List

IISER- 2020 Admission Schedule, Eligibility, Syllabus, Admit Card & Merit List 

IISER APTITUDE TEST-2020



Updated on 29.05.2020

Latest Updates

Online application portal for KVPY is live now (click here).
Last date for receiving online KVPY application: June 10, 2020.

Online application portal for SCB is live now (click here).
Last date for receiving online SCB application: June 10, 2020.

IISERs

The Government of India has established IISERs at Berhampur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Mohali, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram and Tirupati to integrate and promote interdisciplinary science education and research. Over the years IISERs have been successfully attracting talented young minds. An overarching goal of the IISERs is to enable students to shape the nation by inventing and implementing sustainable solutions for societal problems through research in science. This is being achieved by our faculty of international repute together with bright students. In a short span of time IISERs have generated an incredible amount of intellectual property in the form of publications and patents.

BS# and BS-MS Dual Degree Program

Five-year dual degree program for science students
Classroom learning integrated with research, providing ample scope for interdisciplinary activities
Curriculum with a focus on both breadth and depth in sciences, engineering sciences and economics
Opportunity to pursue impactful research
Fully residential campuses with well-equipped hostels
Access to on-campus medical, sports and other recreational facilities
Programmes offered in

1. Biological Sciences
2. Chemical Sciences
3. Data Science
4. Earth & Climate Sciences/Earth & Environmental Sciences
5. Economic Sciences#
6. Engineering Sciences (Chemical Engineering, Data Science & Engineering, 
7. Electrical Engineering & Computer Science)#
8. Geological Sciences
9. Mathematical Sciences
10. Physical Sciences

# Four-year BS program in Engineering Sciences and Economics only at IISER Bhopal.

Important Changes

a. Need not wait for the class XII result. SCB application starts on March 23rd 2020.
b. Marks requirement reduced from top 1 percentile to top 20 percentile.
c. Computer-based aptitude test and test centres throughout India.


Key Dates-

Tentative dates for various activities in the admission process. 

SCB Channel-

i. Application portal goes live at 11 AM(www.iiseradmission.in)- March 23, 2020
ii. Application portal closes at 5 PM- April 30, 2020
iii. Downloading the Hall Ticket- May 18, 2020
iv. Last date of Uploading XII Marks & Category Certificate closes at 5 PM- May 22, 2020
v. IISER Aptitude Test9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon- May 31, 2020
vi. Release of answer key- June 1, 2020
vii. Response Sheet and Representation starts at 9AM- June 2, 2020
viii. Response Sheet and Representation Ends at 5 PM- June 4, 2020
ix. Revised Answer key released at 5 PM if there is any change- June 8, 2020

SCB Seat Allocation Schedule-

i. First round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- June 22, 2020
ii. First round SAF closes at 5PM- 19 June 26, 2020 
iii. Second round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- 20 June 27, 2020 
iv. Second round SAF closes at 5PM- 21 July 01, 2020 
v. Third round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- 22 July 02, 2020 
vi. Third round SAF closes at 5PM- 23 July 06, 2020 
vii. Fourth round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- 24 July 08, 2020 
viii. Fourth round SAF closes at 5PM- 25 July 12, 2020 
ix. Withdrawal of SAF closes at 5PM- July 14, 2020
x. Fifth and Final round of seat allotment SAF begins with freeze only- July 15, 2020
xi. Fifth round SAF closes at 5PM; Channel Counselling Closed- July 19, 2020
xii. Reporting at allotted IISER for registration- July 29, 2020
xiii. Tentative date of commencement of classes- August 03, 2020

KVPY Channel-

i. Application portal opens at 11 AM- April 24, 2020 
ii. Last date of Uploading XII Marks and Category Certificate.Application portal closes at 5 PM- May 22, 2020 
iii. First round of seat allotment. SAF begins with float/freeze- June 1, 2020 
iv. First round SAF closes at 5PM- June 5, 2020 
v. Second round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- June 6, 2020 
vi. Second round SAF closes at 5PM- June 10, 2020 
vii. Withdrawal of SAF closes at 5PM- July 14, 2020 
ix. Reporting at allotted IISER for registration- July 29, 2020
x. Tentative date of commencement of classes- August 03, 2020

JEE Channel-

i. Application portal opens at 11 AM- June 1, 2020
ii. Last date of Uploading XII Marks and Category Certificate.Application portal closes at 5 PM- June 10, 2020
iii. First round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- June 11, 2020
iv. First round SAF closes at 5PM- June 15, 2020
v. Second round of seat allotment SAF begins with float/freeze- June 16, 2020
vi. Second round SAF closes at 5PM- June 20, 2020
vii. Withdrawal of SAF closes at 5PM- July 14, 2020 
ix. Reporting at allotted IISER for registration- July 29, 2020
x. Tentative date of commencement of classes- August 03, 2020
For latest info- Click here

Eligibility

Candidates who have passed 10+2 or equivalent level exam with science stream in 2019 or 2020 are eligible to apply for admissions. Candidates will be admitted to IISER only through following three channels.

i. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) channel
ii. Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Advanced) of the Indian Institutes of Technology
iii. State and Central Boards Channel (SCB)

These channels will be referred to as KVPY, JEE, and SCB, respectively.

Indian nationals and students belonging to PIO or OCI category are eligible to apply provided they satisfy the eligibility criteria described below.

KVPY Channel

Candidates having a valid KVPY fellowship commencing from 2020-21 academic session are eligible to apply for admissions. Additional cut-off criteria for marks obtained in 10+2 board examination is also applicable.

JEE-Advanced Channel

Candidates in General category securing a rank within 10000 in the Common Rank List (CRL) of JEE Advanced 2020 are eligible to apply. For candidates belonging to the reserved category (OBC-NC, SC, ST, PD), their category rank should be within 10000. Additional cut-off criteria for marks obtained in 10+2 board examination is also applicable.

SCB Channel

Students who have passed 10+2 level with science stream in 2019 or 2020 are eligible to apply for admissions and appear for IAT 2020.
However, they will be considered for admissions to the degree programmes only if they obtain the cut-off marks specified for their board.
Students applying through SCB channel will have to appear in the IISER Aptitude Test (IAT) which will be conducted at various centres across the country.

Important : 

2020 admission cut-off marks will be updated soon. Click here for 2019 admission cut-off marks which can be used for reference

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA IN CLASS XII (OR EQUIVALENT) BOARD EXAMINATION FOR IISER ADMISSION 2020:

1. The candidate must have marks within the category-wise cut-off as shown in the table above for their respective Class XII (or equivalent) Board examination for being eligible to get admission to IISERs. Additionally, for admission to engineering programmes through JEE advanced channel, candidates who have secured 75% marks (GEN/EWS/OBC-NCL) or 65% marks (SC/ST/PwD) in their Class XII (or equivalent) exams are also eligible.
2. For candidates who appeared in the Class XII (or equivalent) Board examination for the first time in 2019 and reappeared in any subject (for whatsoever reason) in 2020, the better of two performances will be considered.
3. If a Board gives aggregate marks considering both Class XI and Class XII examinations (in the 10+2 system), then only Class XII marks will be considered. If a Board gives aggregate marks considering the results of all three years of a 3-year diploma or courses of equivalent duration, then only the marks scored in the final year will be considered. Similarly, for boards which follow a semester system, the marks scored in the final two semesters will be considered.
4. In case any of the subjects Mathematics or Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Language are not evaluated in the final year (e.g., in a 3-year diploma course), then the marks for the same subject from the previous year(s) will be used for calculating the percentage of aggregate marks.
5. If a Board awards only letter grades without providing an equivalent percentage of marks on the grade -sheet, the candidate should obtain a certificate from the Board specifying the equivalent marks and submit it before the deadline of the mark-sheet submission. In case such a certificate is not provided by the Board, meeting minimum eligibility criteria will be assessed as follows: If CGPA/CPI is reported on any scale other than 10 (for example, 4 points or 8 points scale), an equivalent CGPA/CPI will be calculated as per the following formula: CGPA/CPI in a 10 point scale = (CGPA/CPI Obtained×10)/PS. Finally, the marks will be linearly scaled out of 500. (Here PS stands for Point scale used by the Board).
6. If a Board does not give marks/grades scored in individual subjects but gives only the aggregate marks/grades, then the aggregate marks/grades given by the Board will be considered as such (linearly scaled out of 500 if the total marks are not out of 500).
7. Candidates from any board other than the ones listed in the above table (of State and Central Boards) can apply only through JEE-Advanced and KVPY channels provided that they also satisfy the eligibility criteria as specified by JEE-Advanced or KVPY, as the case may be. Such candidates should either bring a certificate from their respective board that they are within top 20 percentile of their board or else cut-off scores for CBSE board will be applied for them. Additionally, for admission to engineering programmes through JEE advanced channel, candidates who have secured 75% marks (GEN/EWS/OBC-NCL) or 65% marks (SC/ST/PwD) in their Class XII (or equivalent) exams are also eligible.

METHODOLOGY TO CALCULATE MARKS (OUT OF 500) IN CLASS XII (OR EQUIVALENT) BOARD EXAMINATION:

In subjects (such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology) where marks are awarded for theory exam and the practical exam separately, mean of scores of theory exam and the practical exam should be taken. Then, if marks awarded in a subject (in class XII or equivalent) are NOT out of 100, then the marks should be linearly scaled (up or down) to 100. Then, the following five subjects will be considered for calculating the cut-off marks for fulfilling the eligibility criterion so that the total aggregate marks are out of 500:

i. Chemistry
ii. Physics
iii. Biology or Mathematics
iv. One language (if the candidate has taken more than one language course, then the language course with the highest marks will be considered)
v. Any subject other than the ones used in the above four (the subject with highest marks will be considered)

After considering four subjects as mentioned in points (i) to (iv), one must consider the subject with the highest marks among all remaining subjects in his/her mark-sheet/grade-sheet. Please note that the subject for point (v) could also be a language course or Mathematics or Biology, provided that it is not being considered in any of the points (i) to (iv), and such that it is the subject with highest marks among all remaining subjects in the mark-sheet/grade-sheet.

Syllabus

Syllabus for the IISER aptitude test is given below. The syllabus generally follows the NCERT syllabus for classes XI and XII. You can find some sample question papers here

Mathematics

1. Sets
2. Relations and functions
3. Trigonometric Functions
4. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
5. Principle of Mathematical Induction
6. Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations
7. Linear Inequalities
8. Permutations and Combinations
9. Binomial Theorem
10. Sequences and Series
11. Straight Lines
12. Conic Sections
13. Introduction to Three Dimensional Geometry
14. Limits and Derivatives
15. Mathematical Reasoning
16. Statistics
17. Probability
18. Matrices
19. Determinants
20. Continuity and Differentiability
21. Application of Derivatives
22. Integrals
23. Applications of integrals
24. Differential equations
25. Vectors
26. Three dimensional geometry
27. Linear Programming

Physics

Physical World and Measurement
Kinematics
Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Motion of Systems of Particles and Rigid body
Gravitation
Properties of bulk matter
Thermodynamics
Behavior of perfect gas and kinetic energy
Oscillations
Waves
Electrostatics
Current Electricity
Magnetic effect of current and magnetism
Electromagnetic Induction
Alternating Current
Electromagnetic Waves
Optics
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
Atoms
Nuclei
Electronic devices
Communication Systems

Chemistry

Some Basic Concept of Chemistry
Structure of Atom
Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
States of Matter
Thermodynamics
Equilibrium
Redox Reactions
Hydrogen
The s-block Elements
The p-block Elements
Organic Chemistry – Some Basic Principles and Techniques
Hydrocarbons
Environmental Chemistry
The solid state
Solutions
Electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics
Surface chemistry
General principles and processes of isolation of elements
The p-block elements
The d- & f-block elements
Coordination compounds
Haloalkanes and haloarenes
Alcohols, phenols and ethers
Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
Organic compounds containing nitrogens
Biomolecules
Polymers
Chemistry in everyday life

Biology

Diversity in the living world
Structural organization in animals and plants
Cell structure and function
Plant physiology
Human physiology
Reproduction
Genetics and evolution
Biology and human welfare
Biotechnology and its application
Ecology and environment
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