Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, is all set to kick off its admission process for BTech and dual-degree courses this weekend.
The mining cradle, which takes in students through the prestigious IIT-JEE, will be conducting admissions for a total of 962 seats — 841 seats across 15 BTech branches and 121 in six dual-degree programmes — from 9am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. The students have been asked to report at the Lecture Hall Complex at 8am.
Chairman of IIT-JEE Committee G. Uday Bhanu said that on the first day, 610 seats would be filled.
“We will be enrolling students for 103 seats each in computer science engineering and mechanical engineering, and 92 seats each in electrical, electronics and communication, mining and petroleum engineering. For the dual degree programmes (BTech+MTech) in computer science engineering and mining engineering, we will conduct admissions to 18 seats each,” he added.
The remaining 352 seats — 40 each in BTech chemical engineering, civil engineering, mining machinery engineering and electronics and instrumentation engineering; 45 seats in mineral engineering; 22 seats in engineering physics; 40 seats each in BTech+MTech mathematics, and environmental engineering; and 15 seats each in BTech+MTech mineral engineering, applied geology and applied geophysics — will be filled up the next day.
“The candidates will have to bring a number of documents. These are printouts of course allotment letter, original admit card of JEE-Advanced, attested photocopies of marksheets and certificates of Classes X and XII board exams, original school leaving certificate, four passport size photographs that must match with the ones on IIT-JEE application and medical examination forms,” Bhanu said.