Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology (IBAB), Bangalore has invited applications for admission to MSc "Bioinformatics & Biotechnology" Course to be commenced on 02 August 2014.
ELIGIBILITY for the course:

Applicant should have completed a bachelorís degree (BTech, BE, BSc, MBBS, BDS, BPharm, BAMS) in any subject of science/technology such computer science, chemistry, pharma, physics, mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, zoology, botany, biochemistry, microbiology, agriculture, medicine, dentistry or veterinary sciences.
The applicant is required to obtain at least 50% (overall) in his/her Bachelorís degree.
There is no age bar for applying.



HOW TO APPLY:

Admission Procedure:
1. Application processing fees (non-refundable)
Rs. 500/- for students from India - (250/- if applying before 1 March 2014)
Rs. 1000/- for NRI/Foreign students - (500/- if applying before 1 March 2014)
A Demand Draft for the above mentioned amount in favour of 'Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology' payable at Bengaluru, should be sent with the filled in application form (if downloaded).




2. Application Form:


Fill up all details on-line at link:
seprately send DD, 2 passport size photos and photocopies of marksheets to IBAB by post/courier. THIS OPTION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.


Applications and documents are to be dispatched, addressed to Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology, Biotech Park, Electronics City Phase I, Bangalore 560100.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Early application fee discount (50%): 28 February 2014
Last date for online application: 17 May 2014
Online entrance test: 04-06 June 2014
Date of interview: 01-05 July 2014
Joining date: 02 August 2014



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