Total hours for the admission test will be three hours. There will be three sections. All the questions will be multiple choice questions.
- Section 1:
One hour for verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning. (Refer to GRE syllabus)
- Section 2:
Half an hour for Basic programming skill questions in programming languages (C/C++)
- Section 3:
One and half hour for Mathematics/ Probability and Statisitcs.
The syllabus for Mathematics/Probability and Statistics is of under-graduate
level and as follows:
- Algebra: Elementary combinatorics: permutations and combinations, Binomial theorem, Vectors and matrices, determinant , rank, inverse of a matrix, solution of linear equations, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, projection matrix, vector spaces, inner product and least square method.
- Numerical Analysis: Root finding methods, finite difference, interpolation, numerical integration.
- Calculus: Sequence and series, power series, Taylor series, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration, definite integrals, maxima and minima, functions of several variables, double integration and ordinary differential equations.
- Probability and statistics: Combinatorial probability, conditional probability, random variables, Bayes theorem, Binomial and Poisson Distribution, Gaussian distribution, statistical estimation and testing, confidence intervals, an introduction to linear regression