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Indian Statistical Institute B.Sc Maths 
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Re: Indian Statistical Institute B.Sc Maths
The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) organizes an entrance exam know as ISI to screen candidates for admission in various degree programmes. ISI offers various UG, PG, PhD programme in the field of Statistics, Science & Technology. This institution has four campuses situated in Chennai, Tezpur, Delhi and Bangalore. The ISI entrance exam will be conducted on 14th May 2017. The B. Math.(Hons.) degree programme offers comprehensive instruction in basic mathematics along with rudimentary courses in Probability, Statistics, Computing and Physics. Here I’m attaching PDF of course curriculum of B.Sc in maths from Indian statistical institute: The total duration of the B. Math.(Hons.) programme is three years (six semesters). An academic year, consisting of two semesters with a recess inbetween, usually starts in July and continues till May. Important dates: Online application starts 8th February, 2017 Last date to submit the application form 10th March, 2017 Payment of application fee starts 10th February 2017 Last date to make payment 15th March, 2017 Admit card release date 12th April, 2017 Exam date 14th May, 2017 Result publish date June, 2017 Course curriculum: First Year Semester I Analysis I (Calculus of one variable) Probability Theory I Algebra I (Groups and Rings) Physics I (Mechanics of particles and uids) Writing of Mathematics (noncredit course) Semester II Analysis II (Metric spaces and Multivariate Calculus) Probability Theory II Algebra II (Linear Algebra) Physics II (Thermodynamics and Optics) Second Year Semester I Analysis III (Vector Calculus) Algebra III (Rings and Modules) Statistics I Physics III (Electromagnetism and Electrodynamics) Computer Science I (Programming) Semester II Analysis IV (Introduction to Function Spaces) Algebra IV (Field Theory) Statistics II Optimization Computer Science II (Numerical Methods) Third Year Semester I Complex Analysi Introduction to Di erential Geometr Introduction to Di erential Equation Statistics III Elective subject I Semester II Combinatorics and Graph theor Introduction to Representation Theor Physics I (Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics) Elective subject II Elective subject III 
