I haven't done any internship. However there are many students exchange programs for which institution doesn't has any problem.
Not that well. Alumni do come to give some seminars to tell what research they have done and achieved in science.
Every faculty holds a degree of doctorate and has done post doctorate. They are interactive. You can see the dynamic nature of Bharat Ratna Prof. C. N. R. Rao. He is the source of constant inspiration for young minds.
A no. Of conferences organised to expand the research collaboration in the world. Many scientists, nobel laureates come to give lectures. You get a lot of exposure to the research in few years. I enrolled as a Int. PhD. Student in chemical science. You get opportunity to do any experiment in the lab. Its like you are given a lab and play with science. Emense machines of crores are available for students like Titan-TEM, AFM, FESEM, NMR, HPLC, ICP.
Yes. You get a stipend of 15k for masters students and 25k for PhD student.
It is a up to you when you want to go lab. I work in night time. The hostel is inside the campus. You can go any time lab. Exams are not a thing here learning is more important here.
15000 per month - MS student 25000 per month - PhD student 28000 per month - last 2 years of PhD. Plus you have funds from institutions to go foreign conference once on their expenses.
You have two choices after PhD. Apply for post doc. Your guide will help you to reach Stanford, Cambridge, Oxford, Max-plancks. Other choice is you go chase your dreams Be industrialist. Set up your own business with your idea.
The institute conducts exam for Int. PhD. Then there are 1-2 rounds of interviews. Also, you are allowed to go directly to interview round if you are in top 100 of IIT-JAM. JNCASR conducts summer internships. They give PG diploma certificate for POCE POBE program. So i came to know about this college. I had been selected for the int. PhD program in IITB and IISER pune. But when i compared IISC and other institutions what i found was less no. of students in JNCASR and high rate of ...
Yes. First 2 years you get double room. After 2 years you get single room. Around 300 per month. Quite cheap. Food is something which depends on taste buds. You can join the mess committee to change menu or ask the members. For 90rs you get 4 nice meals. But being a North Indian i love spicy food so I generally make my own food in the students kitchen equipped with induction cook top, fridge, microwave.
Research institute manages to organised hostel day, freshers day, festival celebration. It's a place purely to do research. No one stops also if you have time to conduct an manae these events. I have been in cultural and technical communities but the response was not that good.
I think nothing can stop to you to what you love. You are free to do anything in Bangalore and explore your extracurricular activities BUT not this institution as it is meant for research.
If you are straightforward that you want to do PhD for sure in science then go for it. Within 1st year of your course you can learn all the techniques in the field of research. You can take any course as elective from the sister institute IISc.