Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT), formerly known as the University College of Engineering, Burla, is a UGC recognised Unitary Technical University located in Burla, Odisha. It is the best institute of technical education running under government of Odisha. It is the oldest degree-granting engineering institute in Odisha, founded as the University College of Engineering (UCE) in 1956.
The scholars of this institute have also been awarded various accolades like the NASA award, and are very active in academic and Technical Events and Participated in 89 Seminars and Technical Design Competitions and won 17 prizes. The campus placement has resulted in many companies such as Wipro, Tata Steel, Tech Mahindra, CMC, and other recruiting students from the University.
VSSUT invites Applications for admission to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) Programme and Instegrated M.Sc. Programme in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for the academic year. The Programme is offered in Full Time regular mode for a duration of 2 years and 5 years respectively. The number of available seats in each of the course is 18 seats.
The admission for M.Sc. Programme will be based on academic career evaluation, whereas for Integrated M.Sc. Programme will be based on OJEE/AIEEE/VSSUT Test/similar National level test. Check VSSUT Admission 2020
For both courses:
You should download the Application form from the University website, and then take a print out of the Application Form.
You should fill the Application Form with the required personal and educational details.
You must affix a recent colour passport size photograph in the space provided. It must be attested by a Gazetted Officer or Employer with seal.
You must also mention whether you have qualified GATE/NET or any other Fellowship.
Application Fee: You must pay the non-refundable fee in the form of Demand Draft of Rs. 500 in case of general category and Rs. 200 in case of SC/ST category, in favour of VSSUT, Burla payable at SBI, Burla (Code-2034) or Syndicate Bank, VSSUT (Code-8062).
Enclosures: You should attach the attested copies of the following documents along with the Application:
You should then send the duly signed Application Form along with the self-attested copy of all supporting documents above by speed post only so as to reach the Dean, PGS&R, VSSUT, Burla.
Note: The envelope containing the application should be superscribed as.
The University offers the two year M.Sc. Programme in the following specializations:
Integrated M.Sc. Programme
The University offers the five year Integrated M.Sc. Programme in the following specializations:
For 2 year M.Sc. Programme: You must have passed B.Sc. Degree /+3 Science Degree with the proposed specialization as one of the subjects.
You will be eligible even if you have completed all academic requirements of the B.Sc. /+3 Science degree, but if your results are awaited.
For 5 year Integrated M.Sc. Programme: You must have passed the 10+2 Examination in science or equivalent with concerned subject, from a recognised Board.
The reservation criteria will be as per the norms prescribed by the Government of India.
For 2 year M.Sc. Programme:
Your selection will be on the basis of an open selection process through academic career evaluation. The evaluation for the purpose of admission will be based on one of the following schemes:
You will get points for Honours papers only if the honours subject matches with the discipline you have applied for.
In case you have graduated from universities without any provision of “Honours” (additional papers), the marks scored in papers belonging to the discipline applied for will be considered.
For 5 year Integrated M.Sc. Programme:
You will be selected on the basis of OJEE/AIEEE/VSSUT Test/similar National level test.
The paper is for a duration of 2 hours with a total of 120 questions. Subjects from which questions would be asked in the exam will be Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. All the three sections of subjects will weigh equally. For any un-attempted question, no marks will be deducted. The paper I will be held in offline and online mode but Paper-II will only be held in offline mode. You will be asked multiple choice type questions in the exam. You will have to mark one answer from the given set of 4 options. There would be negative marking for marking incorrect answers. For each wrong answer, one-fourth of the marks shall be deducted.
You should be able to secure a minimum of 45% marks in case of general category, and 40% marks in case of SC/ST category.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College