How to Reach IIT Mandi?
Frequently Asked Questions
Candidates who have qualified for the award of a three/four-year Bachelor Degree (B.A., B.Sc., B.Tech. or equivalent), after 10+2 or equivalent schooling, from a recognized University or Institute with at least 55% marks (or 6.0 CGPA on a scale 10), are eligible to apply for admission to the programme. Students belonging to reserved categories will get a relaxation as per institute rules.
The concerned School shall adopt qualifying criteria for short-listing for interview/written test and prepare a merit list of selected candidates after interview/written test for all the categories.
M.A Selection procedure should include tentative months of intake or starting dates of programme like April End & May months every year and for Ph.D intakes are twice a year and starts form the month of April End & May months for ODD Sem, and Oct end & Nov Months for Even semester. Number of seats:
As per Senate approved guidelines.
Candidate would have to complete 80 credits for the successful completion of M.A. in Development Studies. A maximum of 2 additional credits (82 credits in total) can be accommodated. The distribution of credits across types of courses will be as follows: