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Tata Institute of Fundamental Research - [TIFR], Mumbai

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research - [TIFR], Mumbai

Mumbai, Maharashtra AICTE, UGC Estd 1945 Deemed to be University
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Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) M.Sc and Ph.D Admissions 2018

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Sudip Chakraborty, Master of Science [M.Sc] (Physics), Pursued: Fourth Year ON 2017 - 2018

9.3/10

"TIFR has its own, rigorous entrance procedure. The forms are online from late August (depends on the subject). The round of written examinations (consisting of MCQ) are usually held in early December (again, depends). It's generally regarded as one of India's toughest Master's exam (in basic science"   Read More


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Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) M.Sc and Ph.D Admissions 2018

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Sudip Chakraborty, Master of Science [M.Sc] (Physics), Pursued: Fourth Year ON 2017 - 2018

9.3/10

"TIFR has its own, rigorous entrance procedure. The forms are online from late August (depends on the subject). The round of written examinations (consisting of MCQ) are usually held in early December (again, depends). It's generally regarded as one of India's toughest Master's exam (in basic science"   Read More


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11 Apr 2018
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Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Ph.D Admissions 2018

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Sampat Kumar Sharma, PHD, Pursued: 2nd Year ON 2015 - 2016

8.5/10

"There is a separate exam for TIFR where I scored 21 out of 40."   Read More


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based on 2 students ratings

8.9/10

10.0/10academic
8.5/10accommodation
10.0/10faculty
10.0/10infrastructure
7.5/10placements
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Sudip ChakrabortyMaster of Science [M.Sc] (Physics)Pursued Fourth Year 2017 - 2018
9.3
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

Life in a research institute, a personal view of JRD and Bhabha's legacy, TIFR

Remarks -

Good points: Exceptional faculty and environment World-class research facility Modern coursework and brilliant exposure Stipend and zero fee Academic, cultural and social variety and a harmonious unity amidst all these diversities ZERO politics Bad points: Lack of accommodation space, and food All in all: 'Ao kabhi TIFR mein!' :) My conclusion: Its a privilege to be a part of this legacy.


10/10academic
10/10faculty
10/10infrastructure
7/10food & accom
10/10placement
9/10social life
Sampat Kumar SharmaPHDPursued 2nd Year 2015 - 2016
8.5
STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS
Remarks -

Its a really good institute for research. Faculties and students are enthusiastic and put lots of effort in research. Institute management is up to the mark.


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10/10infrastructure
10/10food & accom
5/10placement
6/10social life

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Updated On - January 20th 2018

The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, known as TIFR is a reward of commitment and dedication. It is a deemed to be University which offers master’s and doctoral programs

  • HOMI J BHABA, who has a great contribution to developing Indian Atomic Energy Program, was the founder and first director of TIFR which has been established on 1st June 1945 by a huge financial assistance of J.R.D Tata, then chairman of Tata Group
  • The institute began its journey in the campus of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore but later it has been moved to Mumbai
  • In Colalaba, TIFR has appeared with a new campus, designed by Chicago-based architect Helmuth Brastch was launched by Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on January 15th, 1962
  • TIFR has achieved Grade “A” by MHRD
  • TIFR has been marked as one of the best institutes in Asian top 100 institutions

Contributions

Brilliant Contributions in the field of mathematics is known to the whole world from its inception, which has come from the school of Mathematics, TIFR.

The memorable contribution from TIFR mathematics experts are:

  • C. S. Seshadri's work on projective modules over polynomial rings
  • M. S. Narasimhan's results in the theory of pseudo-differential operators

Facilities

Hostel

Accommodation is provided only for Ph.D. and I-PhD students at nominal Cost. Rooms are in the category like:

A-type – Single room with one bed and shared bathroom & toilet.

C-type – Single room with two beds and attached bathroom & toilet.

D-type – One room with two beds with attached bathroom & toilet, Kitchenette, Hall and living area.

Library

The library of TIFR has a huge collection of books, journals.

A fully computerized library with facilities of microfilm, audio-video & microfiche reading helps to research on various topics.

  • 65,000 books
  • 4,000 approx.) of bound volumes of journals
  • 650 foreign journals
  • Readers' Service Section
  • IT Unit

VSRP

 

The Visiting Students Research Program (VSRP) is organized per year in the summer season by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.

VSRP is imparted in the subjects Physics and Astronomy, Biology and Computer Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

A Large workshop & Glassblowing Section

For manufacturing high precision instruments a large workshop and a glass blowing section consist.

TIFR is trailblazer of research work in various fields has resulted in the initiation of some new national organization like the Technology, NCST & the Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research (SAMEER)

Health Care

There is a medical center for health needs of members. 

It provides good treatment to Institute member, official visitors, research fellow, VSRP students &research scholars.

 

Achievements & Awards

Some of the awards are:

  • TAA Excellence Award
  • TAA Patent Award
  • Professor Sukumar Biswas Ph.D. students award
  • Madanlal Mehta Memorial Award

Scholarships

  • Ph.D. Students receive a monthly scholarship of Rs.16,000/-  which is increased to Rs.18,000/- after registration & an annual contingency grant of Rs.20,000/-, in addition to a tuition grant which covers the annual fee  Rs.4000/-.
  • M.Sc. (Biology) Students receive a monthly scholarship of Rs12,000/- and the annual fee is Rs.2000​

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Homi Bhabha Road, Navy Nagar, Colaba
Mumbai - 400005
Maharashtra , India

0.38KmNavy Nagar Bus Depot

022-22782000

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