India has very large population , hence all are not fortunate enough to have their undergraduate education from premier institutes of India (click here for list) , but still various programs are organized in India at various levels of education to bridge this gap.
These programs are only for less privileged students .
Mathematics Training and Talent Search Programme by National Board for Higher Mathematics, Mumbai
It has three levels:
- Mini-MTTS : For second year undergraduate students with Mathematics as one of their main subjects. Exceptionally bright first year students may also apply.
- Level O: For second year undergraduate students with Mathematics as one of their subjects.
- Level I: For final year undergraduate students with Mathematics as one of their subjects.
- Level II: For first year postgraduate students with Mathematics as one of their subjects OR participants of the previous year Level I Programme.
Training Program in Mathematics by Centre for Fundamental Studies, NISER, Bhubaneswar
- Level 1 : For students after their 2nd year Integrate M.Sc. or 2nd year BSc.
- Level 2 : For students after their 3rd year Integrate M.Sc. or 3rd year BSc.
- Level 3 : For students after their 4th year Integrate M.Sc. or 1st year MSc.
Summer Programme in Mathematics by Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad
Preference will be given to M. Sc (Mathematics) first year students; however exceptional B. Sc./M. Sc. final year students are also encouraged to apply.
Advanced Training in Mathematics Schools by National Centre for Mathematics (A joint centre of IIT Bombay & TIFR)
There are five types of training programmes under ATM Schools.
- Annual Foundation Schools (I, II and III) : For first year Ph. D. students
- Advanced Instructional Schools (Topic-wise) : For second year and above Ph. D. students
- National Centre for Mathematics Workshops: For researchers
- Instructional Schools for Lecturers: For college and university lecturers
- Teacher’s Enrichment Workshops: For college teachers
Training Program in Differential Equations by National Program on Differential Equations: Theory, Computation and Applications, IIT Bombay
There are three levels of training programs
- UG Level: For B.Sc. students with Mathematics as one of the subjects (2nd Year Completed ) and B. Tech. / B.E. students (2nd Year Completed ).
- PG Level: For students pursuing M. Sc. in Mathematics (on-going or completed). A few exceptional students from B. Tech/B.E (final year).
- Advanced Level: For final year M. Sc students who will be completing or about complete and Ph.D. students.
[Last Edited: 15 March 2015]