St Joseph's College, Bangalore - M.ScBangalore , Karnataka

  •   ESTD 1880
  •   Private

Admission Details

Admission Procedure

The admission in the M.Sc. from St Joseph College is done on the basis of merit obtained in the qualifying examination.

Minimum Eligibility

M.Sc. Chemistry

The candidate must have studied Chemistry as a cognate subject at B.Sc. level and studied Mathematics at 10+2 or Pre-University level and with a minimum of 50% marks in the cognate subject and minimum of 40% marks in aggregate.

M.Sc. Botany

The candidate must have studied Botany as a cognate subject at B.Sc. level along with two Natural Science subjects and with a minimum of 50% marks in the cognate subject and minimum of 40% in the aggregate.

M.Sc. Microbiology

B.Sc. Degree of Bangalore University or any other University equivalent thereto with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in aggregate. The applicant should have studied Chemistry/Biochemistry compulsorily as an optional subject along with at least one of the following optional subjects. a) Microbiology b) Biotechnology c) Botany d) Applied Botany e) Zoology f) Applied Zoology g) Industrial Microbiology h) Environmental Science  i)Genetics j) Applied Genetics k) Sericulture l) Home Science m) Life Sciences n) Biological Sciences o) Agricultural Sciences p) Biochemistry q) Dairy Sciences r) Horticulture s) Forestry and (t) Fisheries.

In case of Honours students in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology or Biology where the “class” is decided on the basis of Honours subjects only, marks in other optional may not be calculated for this purpose.
 
M.Sc. Computer Science
Candidates with B.Sc. (Computer Science) or B.C.A with at least 50% aggregate marks of all optional subjects (throughout 3 years of B.Sc. /BCA courses).
 
M.Sc. Physics
Candidates who have passed B.Sc. Degree Examination of any University provided he/she has studied Physics and Mathematics as any two of three cognate subjects and has scored at least 50% marks in physics and a minimum of 40% in the aggregate.
50% marks in physics and a minimum of 40% in the aggregate.
 
M.Sc. Mathematics
Candidates who have secured 40% marks in the aggregate of all the optional subjects and 50% of marks in the cognate subject (Mathematics) at the Bachelors Degree level.
 
M.Sc. Big Data Analytics (Industry Integrated Course)
Candidates who have completed B.Sc. Degree with Mathematics and Computer science/Statistics as one of the optional subjects with 50% marks in aggregate.
 
e) Zoology f) Applied Zoology g) Industrial Microbiology h) Environmental Science i)
Genetics j) Applied Genetics k) Sericulture l) Home Science m) Life Sciences n) Biological
Sciences o) Agricultural Sciences p) Biochemistry q) Dairy Sciences r) Horticulture s)
Forestry and (t) Fisheries.
In case of Honours students in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology or Biology where
the “class” is decided on the basis of Honours subjects only, marks in other optional may not be
calculated for this purpose.
 
M.Sc. Computer Science
Candidates with B.Sc. (Computer Science) or B.C.A with at least 50% aggregate marks of all
optional subjects (throughout 3 years of B.Sc. /BCA courses).
 
M.Sc. Physics
Candidates who have passed B.Sc. Degree Examination of any University provided he/she has
studied Physics and Mathematics as any two of three cognate subjects and has scored at least

Admission Reviews

Mourya Belliappa K 1 year ago
MSc
Selection Procedure: College's Internal Written Exam
Entrance Exam Appeared For: Other

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Best University in terms of Education and Facility. 5/5

there is a lot of lab provided by the college for the students so that students get their knowledge from practical bases. And many more good things happen in this college.

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