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Nationwide Entrance Examination which was held on
Sunday, December 11, 2011.
Last date for Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Application Form was October 16, 2011.
Results of the TIFR GS Nationwide Entrance Examination announced on January 18, 2012.
As the dates have been gone so its application form is not available on its website.

To get more information contact at:

For Science Education:
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
V.N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd
Mumbai 400 088.
Te: 022-25580036/25567711/25554712/25555242
Fax: 022-25566803
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Here is the TIFR Entrance Exam syllabus:

Algebra
Definitions and examples of groups (finite and infinite, commutative and
non-commutative), cyclic groups, subgroups, homomorphisms, quotients.
Definitions and examples of rings and fields. Basic facts about finite di-
mensional vector spaces, matrices, determinants, and ranks of linear trans-
formations. Integers and their basic properties. Polynomials with real or
complex coefficients in 1 variable.

Analysis
Basic facts about real and complex numbers, convergence of sequences and
series of real and complex numbers, continuity, differentiability and Riemann
integration of real valued functions defined on an interval (finite or infinite),
elementary functions (polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential
and log, trigonometric functions)

Remaining syllabus is in the attachment click on it…
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Give me dates for the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research TIFR Entrance Exam Application ??
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here I am giving you important dates for the entrance exam organized by Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

Important dates of GS entrance examination :
Publication of Notification:
University News Journal : September 24, 2012
Current Science Journal : October 10, 2012
Employment News : October 13, 212

Nationwide Entrance Examination:
Sunday, December 9, 2012

Last date for application: October 26, 2012
Online payment link will be active upto November 2, 2012

DDs sent by post/courier will be accepted upto November 2, 2012

GATE Scored based applications to Systems Science:
Opens on : February 1, 2012
Closes on : March 25, 2013

Results of the Nationwide Entrance Examination:
January 18, 2013

Now the date for the application form is gone so you have to try for the next time ..

Contact details :
For Mathematics/Physics/Chemisty/
Computer & Systems Sciences:
University Cell
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba,
Mumbai 400005.
Tel: 022-22782629/22782241/22782875
Fax: 022-22804555
Email: gsch@tifr.res.in

For Biology:
Admissions Section
National Centre for Biological Sciences
UAS-GKVK Campus, Bellary Road,
Bangalore 560065.
Tel: 080-23666404
Fax: 080-23636662
Email: phd@ncbs.res.in

For Science Education:
Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
V.N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd
Mumbai 400 088.
Te: 022-25580036/25567711/25554712/25555242
Fax: 022-25566803
Working hours:
Monday - Friday 09:00 a.m. - 05:30 p.m.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays


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Here is the TIFR Entrance Exam syllabus:

CHEMICAL SCIENCES
SYLLABUS
The syllabus for the Written test in Chemistry is similar to the typical standard syllabus
followed in any Indian university for the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree course. The questions
are aimed at testing the basic understanding and knowledge in the areas of physical,
organic, inorganic, analytical, electro and quantum chemistry, biophysics,
thermodynamics, spectroscopy (NMR, fluorescence, IR, UV and X-ray), logic and
statistics and mathematical methods.

SAMPLE QUESTIONS
(NOTE: Wrong answers will get you negative marks)

1. In a magnetic field of 1.17 Tesla, a proton absorbs energy at a frequency of 50
MHz. For the same field, an electron absorbs at a frequency of:
(Bohr Magneton = 9.27×10-24
JT-1, Nuclear Magneton = 5.05×10-27
JT-1)
[a] 50 MHz [b] 92.5 MHz [c] 500 MHz [d] 25 GHz [e] 92.5 GHz [f] none of the above

2. Assuming no degeneracy in the genetic code, the number of amino acids that
would have to exist if the code is four units long could be:
[a] 20 [b] 64 [c] 128 [d] 256

3. 10 ml of 0.4M CuSO4 solution is electrolyzed with a current of 1.93 A for 5 min.
Assuming that the volume of the solution does not change during electrolysis, the
molar concentration of Cu2+
after electrolysis is:
[a] 0.05 M [b] 0.1 M [c] 0.2 M [d] 0.3 M

4. The pK of histidine is 6.0. A 60 mM solution of histidine is adjusted to a pH of 5.0.
The concentration of protonated form (in mM) will be:
[a] 54.6 [b] 30.0 [c] 5.46

School of Technology and Computer Science
Instructions for the written test

There are two streams in the School of Technology and Computer
Science:

1. Computer Science.
2. Systems Science.
Topics covered in the two streams, as well as some sample questions,
are given below.
The question paper will have three parts. Part A is common to both
the streams. It will test the general mathematical aptitude of the candi-
date. There is no prescribed sylabus for Part A. Part B will be oriented
towards the topics listed under `Computer Science' below; and Part C will
be oriented towards topics listed under `Systems Science' below. Only one
of Parts B, C, should be attempted. The duration of the written test will
be three hours. The test will be of multiple choice type, with negative
marking for incorrect answers. The use of calculators will not be allowed
during the test.

Computer Science
1. Discrete Mathematics: Sets and Relations, Combinatorics (Counting) and Ele-
mentary Probability Theory, Graph Theory, Propositional and Predicate Logic.
2. Formal Languages, Automata Theory and Computability.
3. Data Structures and Algorithms: Arrays, Lists and Trees, Sorting and Search-
ing, Graph algorithms, Complexity of problems and NP-completeness.
4. Fundamentals of Programming Languages and Compilers: Control structures,
Parameter passing mechanisms, Recursion, Parsing and type checking, Memory
management.
5. Operating Systems and Concurrency
6. Switching Theory and Digital Circuits
7. Theory of Databases

Sample Questions [Computer Science]
1. A function f : f0; 1gn ! f0; 1g is called symmetric if for every x1; x2; : : : ; xn 2
f0; 1g and every permutation _ of f1; 2; : : : ; ng, we have
f(x1; x2; : : : ; xn) = f(x_(1); x_(2); : : : ; x_(n)):
The number of such symmetric functions is:
(a) 2n+1 (b) 2n (c) 22n=n! (d) 22n (e) n!

2. Let r, s and t be regular expressions. Which of the following is wrong?
(a) (r + s)_ = (r_s_)_ (b) r(s + t) = rs + rt
(c) (r + s)_ = (s + r)_ (d) (rs + r)_r = r(sr + r)_ (e) All are correct.

3. Consider the following program
x:=0; y:=1; z:=1;
while y <= N do
begin
x:=x+1; y:=y+z+2; z:=z+2;
end

Which of the following holds on termination of the program?
(a) (x + 1)2 = N (b) x = pN
(c) x2 = N (d) x2 _ N < (x + 1)2 (e) x2 < N _ (x + 1)2.

4. The maximum height of a rooted binary tree (all nodes have either two children
or none) with N nodes is
(a) N (b) logN (c) (N _ 1)=2 (d) (N2)=2 (e) N(N _ 1)=2.

5. If a graph G has n vertices and m edges then the depth _rst traversal of G can
be carried out in time
(a) O(n + m) (b) O(nm) but not O(n + m)
(c) O(n2) but not O(n + m) (d) O(n) (e) O(m)

Systems Science
1. Engineering Mathematics: Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Elementary Nu-
merical Analysis, Basic Optimization Theory and Algorithms, Introduction to
Probability Theory and Statistics.

2. Electrical and Computer Sciences: Introduction to Signals and Linear Systems
Analysis, Control Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Basic Circuit Theory,
Introduction to Digital Communications, Digital Computer Fundamentals, In-
troduction to Computer Programming.


Sample Questions [Systems Science]
1. The probability density of a random variable is
f(x) = ax2 exp_kx (k > 0; 0 _ x _ 1)
Then, the coe_cient a equals
(a) k3=2 (b) k3 (c) k2 (d) k (e) 2k=_.

2. Discrete sequences x(n) is non-zero for 0 _ n _ Nx and y(n) for 0 _ n _ Ny.
The sequence z(n) is obtained by convolving x(n) and y(n). z(n) assumes
nonzero values for N1 _ n _ N2, where N1 and N2 can be expressed in terms
of Nx and Ny as,
(a) N1 = 0;N2 = MAX(Nx;Ny)
(b) N1 = Nx;N2 = Ny
(c) N1 = MIN(Nx;Ny);N2 = Nx + Ny
(d) N1 = 0;N2 = Nx + Ny
(e) N1 = MIN(Nx;Ny);N2 = MAX(Nx;Ny)

3. This is a portion of FORTRAN-77 program for assigning values to a N _ N
matrix A:
DO I=1,N
DO J=I,N
A(I,J) = ABS(I_J)+1
ENDDO
ENDDO
What is the matrix A called ?

(a) Anti-symmetric (b) Sparse (c) Upper triangular (d) Toeplitz
(e) Irregular.

4. logb(logbx) equals
(a) (ln ln x _ ln ln b)= ln b
(b) (ln x _ ln b)= ln b
(c) (ln ln x _ ln ln b)
(d) (ln x _ ln b)=[(ln x)(ln b)]
(e) None of the Above.

5. The Laplace Transform G(s) of the transfer function of a linear time invariant
system is given by
G(s) =
1
(s + a)2 + b2
For the system to be stable it is necessary that
(a) a < 0 (b) a _ 0 (c) a = b (d) b = 0 (e) a = _b.


PHYSICAL SCIENCES

SYLLABUS

In general, the syllabus for the Admissions Tests in Physics (Written and Interview)
is typically a course of studies in Physics as the main subject in the Undergraduate
and Masters levels in an Indian University. The questions in the written test (multiplechoice
type) and the interviews are distributed over the following areas: Classical
Mechanics; Mathematics relevant to Physics; Electricity and Magnetism; Quantum
Mechanics; Heat, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics; General Physics;
Modern Physics; Electronics and Experimental Physics.

SAMPLE QUESTIONS
(NOTE: Wrong answers will get you negative marks)
1. The function f(z) = z2
+ 1 is integrated over a circle of unit radius in the complex z
plane. What is the value of the integral?
[a] 1 [b] i [c] 0

2. Charged particles are beamed into a region having a uniform electric field of 103
Newton/Coulomb and a uniform magnetic field of 10-2 Newton/(ampere meter). The
electric and magnetic fields are at right angles to each other and the beam of
particles is directed perpendicular to both of them, so that the electrical and magnetic
forces on an ion oppose each other. The speed of those ions that are unaffected
through this region is:
[a] 104 m/s [b] 105 m/s [c] 106 m/s

3. The electron in a free Hydrogen atom is initially in the state with quantum
numbers n = 3 and 1 = 2. It makes an electric dipole transition to a lower energy
state. Which of the given states could it finally be in?
[a] n = 3, 1 = 0 [b] n = 2, 1 = 2 [c] n = 2, 1 = 1

4. N particles are distributed amongst three levels having energies 0, kT and 2kT. If
the total equilibrium energy of the system is approximately 425kT, what is the value
of N?
[a] 1001 [b] 335 [c] 425 [d] 390 [e] 181
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The application forms for Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) entrance exam are not available now.

Courses offered:

Ph.D Programme in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer & Systems Sciences and Science Education
Integrated M.Sc + Ph.D Programme in Mathematics, Physics and Biology
M.Sc Programme in Biology and Wildlife Biology & Conservation

Important Tentative Dates:

Last date for receipt of application: Mid October
Entrance exam Date: First week of December

Eligibility:

For Ph.D:
Master's degree in relevant discipline with 50% of marks

For Integrated M.Sc+Ph.D:
Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline with 50% of marks

Application fee: INR 500/- for online application.
INR 550/- for applications sent manually by post

Contact:
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,
Homi Bhabha Road, Colaba,
Mumbai 400 005,
India,
Phone: 022 – 22782000
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