These are integrated degree programmes without any intermediate B.Sc.
degree. While these programmes ensure the required science component in
any comparable postgraduate science degrees of other universities, they
also incorporate many courses which have been notionally considered to
be the domain of engineers. The integrated nature of the programmes and
their analytical and engineering science contents give them a added
professional character and equips students with the skills and problem
solving abilities to participate usefully in industrial jobs. While a
capable student with a 10+2 background may be able to complete these
programmes in four years, students with a 10+2+3 background with a B.Sc.
degree, admitted on advanced standing basis will require two to three
years to finish the programme. The vast majority of students who are
admitted for these degrees also aspire and work for a second degree from
B.E. (Hons.), M.M.S., B.Pharm. degrees under the dual degree scheme.
- M.Sc.(Hons.) Biological Sciences
- M.Sc.(Hons.) Chemistry
- M.Sc.(Hons.) Economics
- M.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics
- M.Sc.(Hons.) Physics