10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (Minimum 50 % marks) from a recognized Board of Secondary Education. (45 % for SC/ST from Uttarakhand).
Masters in Physics (with specialization in Opto-electronics)
Graduate in Science from a recognized University (established/approved by UGC) with Physics as an elective subject (Minimum 50 % marks, & 45% for SC/ST from Uttarakhand.
Masters in Mathematics
Graduate with mathematics as one of the subject (Minimum 50 % marks from a recognized University (established/approved by UGC). (45% for SC/ST from Uttarakhand)
Ph.D. in Chemistry Ph.D. in Physics Ph.D. in Mathematics
Masters Degree from a recognized University (established/approved by UGC) with minimum 55% of marks or equivalent OGPA in the respective subject or applied science.
The seats are filled through entrance test. Shortlisted candidates after the written test are called for interview. Merit list is prepared on the basis of marks obtained in written test and interview performance. The candidates having qualified JRF examination conducted by UGC/CSIR/ICMR/ DBT or INSPIRE fellowship awarded by DST or having 2 years of research experience or M.Phil./M. Tech. degree in the respective subject with one publication in refereed journal are exempted from appearing in entrance test; however, they are required to appear for Interview.
Ph.D. in Computer Science
The admission in PhD program is based on the merit held in the university entrance test followed by an interview. However, the NET(JRF) students are exempted from the written exam. The candidates must have obtained a M.Sc./MCA/M.Phil./M.Tech. from any recognized University, or any degree recognized as equivalent, in Computer Science or in an allied subject.