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Indian Statistical Institute, [ISI] Bangalore Courses and Fee Structure

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Indian Statistical Institute, [ISI] Bangalore Engineering Fee Structure

Master of Technology [M.Tech]

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2 year(s), Full Time
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Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Computer Engineering) View Eligibility Criteria

Indian Statistical Institute, [ISI] Bangalore Science Fee Structure


Course Duration:

2 year(s), Full Time
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Indian Statistical Institute, [ISI] Bangalore Humanities and Arts Fee Structure

Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.}

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3 year(s), Full Time
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Bachelor of Arts [BA] {Hons.} (Mathematics) View Eligibility Criteria
Master of Arts [MA]

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2 year(s), Full Time
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Master of Library and Information Science [M.Lib.I.Sc]

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2 year(s), Full Time
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College Information

The Bangalore Centre of the Indian Statistical Institute was conceived by Prof.P.C.Mahalanobis during 1960s, even when the city was emerging as a centre of science. It is a tribute to his foresight that the Institute is now well-established in one of the most vibrant scientific communities in Asia.

With the Statistical Quality Control unit functioning in Bangalore from 1956, and Documentation Research and training Centre from 1962, Professor Mahalanobis thought of starting a centre of ISI around the mid-sixties.  The presence of several national institutes of higher learning, the salubrious climate and the growing metropolitan culture must have prompted him to consider this possibility.  In 1966, Govt. of Karnataka granted ISI 30 acres of forest land full of eucalyptus trees, next to the upcoming Bangalore University on Mysore Road, at a token price.

It has departments that are highly consequential for the surveys and statistics such as Documentation Research, Economic Analysis, Quality control unit, Informatics Unit and Mathematics Unit. Several visionaries such as  R. C. Bose, S. N. Roy, K. R. Nair, R. R. Bahadur, Gopinath Kallianpur, Pitamber Pant etc., have emancipated the institute to that of national importance. It shows a roadmap in the form of theoretical development, by methodical scientific and non-scientific studies.

Indian Statistical Institute Bangalore, Facts and Figures:




Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI) of the Government of India


Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860


admission tests, GATE, fellowship after CSIR, NBHM


Collection of 23592 of the book on statistics, quality engineering, mathematics, economics, information technology


B. Math, M. Math, MSQMS, Research Fellowship


Caste discrimination, anti-sexual harassment, anti-ragging

Computer Centre

Centralized system with internet connectivity and updated software on mathematics and statistics


Indian Society for Medical Statistics (ICMS) and International Biometrics Society (IBS), Karnataka University, Bangalore University and Universities of Agricultural Science

Why to join Indian Statistical Institute?

  • Esteemed college- Indian Statistical Institute is one of the oldest institutions of India that has been established for the economic development and incremental productivity. It holds public debates that are of paramount importance in the quantitative and qualitative learning and also conducts lecture programmes by social scientists and experts.

  • Recognized companies for best in class Placements- Recruitment is done by multinational companies in diverse sectors such as IT, ITeS, manufacturing, services, banking, insurance, etc.

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B.Math , batch of 2019

For B.Math there is no course fee. All students who are admitted avails a 3000/- monthly scholarship. The scholarship is continued on basis of maintenance of average marks and attendance. For the other courses also stipend and all are available. For msqms if someone is admitted in management quota then he does not avail these. But in average all the students get scholarship of INR 3000-5000(masters). Hence no loans are needed to take the courses.

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Hi, Janardhan

  • Other than refundable Library and Hostel deposit and the recurring mess fees there are no fees charged by the institute. A monthly Stipend of INR 3000, is awarded at the time of admission to each student. This is valid initially for the first semester only. A repeating student will not get any stipend or contingency grant or prizes during the repeat year. However, if she/he is from such an economically

  • underprivileged background that this step will force him/her to discontinue, then she/he can appeal to the Dean of Studies or the Students In-charge, for financial support. The amount of stipend to be awarded in each subsequent semester depends on academic performance, conduct, and attendance, as specified below, provided the requirements for continuation in the academic programme (excluding repetition) are satisfied.

Answer By: Getmyuni

29 Apr 2016

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