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M.Sc.(Hons.)

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M.Sc.(Hons.)

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.

 

Pilani Campus

  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Biological Sciences
  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Chemistry
  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Economics
  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics
  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Physics
  • M.Sc.(Hons.) Finance


 

 

Evaluation

The evaluation system at BITS Pilani encourages and rewards continuous and systematic study. It also provides a continuous feedback to students and thus encourage more holistic learning.

Flexibilities

One of the unique features of BITS Pilani is the flexibility it offers its students. Students can opt for Dual Degrees, transfers and the courses that form a programme.

Practice School

Aimed at orienting students to the professional world. Implemented at various professional settings such as national laboratories, financial institutions, R&D centres, software & health care organizations.

Student Achievements

  • Robot Shaurya wins several accolades

    Robot Shaurya, developed by a duo BITSian team comprising Mr. Akash Mohan Singhal and Mr. Aditya Shanker Raghuwanshi, won accolades in Robocup 2011 held in Istambul (July 2011), in Intel India Embedded Challenge  2011 held in Bangalore (August 2011) and in DRDO Student Robot Competition 2010 held in Chennai (October 2010).

  • Paper presentation in International Conference

    Mr Rwitajit Majumdar, a M. E. Student, presented a paper titled, Simulation of Planar Wave Flagellar Propulsion of Nanorobots using Comsol at the 7th Annual COMSOL Conference 2011, held at Boston (US) on 13-15 October 2011.

  • Efficycle 2011 Prize

    Students led by Saurabh Ahuja ( Team Captain) won overall 2nd position in Efficycle 2011, organized by Society of Automotive Engineers Northern India Chapter  during 14 - 16 October 2011. BITSian team designed a three  tyred multi rider hybrid vehicle that runs  both on human effort and batteries.

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