#1
10th January 2011, 11:27 PM




How to apply for MSc Maths?
please tell me details about how to apply for msc maths
Tell me fast 
#2
11th January 2011, 06:03 AM




Re: How to apply for MSc Maths?
In order to pursue a postgraduation course first of all you should have completed your graduation in similar area. You need to first of all make a list of institutes offering the course. Also you need to decide whether you would like to do a correspondence, part time or a full time course. These institutes will issue a notice of the date the forms will be available. Normally it will be at the time or declaration of graduation result.

#3
11th January 2011, 08:47 AM




Re: How to apply for MSc Maths?
You should have above 50% marks as an eligibilty criteria for getting admission in College for M.Sc.After getting your results you just have to go the specific colleges where seats are there for M.Sc maths.Purchase the form.Fill it & Submit it.Nothing else has to be done.
Best of Luck!! 
#6
11th January 2011, 02:35 PM




Re: How to apply for MSc Maths?
Admission is based on merit, and on the availability of funds. The Universities have certain minimum requirements for admission to graduate study, which are summarize below:
For admission into the Master's program in Mathematics, you should have an honours Bachelor's degree in Mathematics with a final year average equivalent to B+ standing at McMaster for all courses in Mathematics 
#8
11th January 2011, 07:27 PM




Re: How to apply for MSc Maths?
M.Sc is master of science on a subject so based on interest of subject you need to apply for different colleges or universities...
Banaras Hindu University, Varnasi Badruka college, Hyderabad you need to apply these university separately and clear it... Similarly there are various colleges are present in india for MSc you need to apply based on Location of your interest Subject of interest fees of college placement in college all the best 
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