IISER Admissions 2022 will start tomorrow, Necessary Documents to Apply


The Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) is ready to begin the registration process. The admission process will start from April 25, tomorrow. The deadline for application is 20 May 2022. Candidates can apply through the official website – iiseradmission.in / iisermohali.ac.in.

The IISER Admission Test (IAT) 2022 is to be held on July 3, 2022. In IAT 2022. The application process for IISER 2022 will consist of registration, filling the application form, uploading documents and paying fees costs. Along with the dates of the application form, the officials also announced the date of the IISER 2022 exam. As per the official notification, the IISER 2022 admission test will be held on June 12.

IISER admissions 2022: How to apply?

Step 1. Visit the official website of IISER 2022 – iiseradmission.in.
Step 2. Click on the “IISER 2022 Registration” link and complete the process.
Step 3. Proceed using the assigned credentials to complete the IISER 2022 application form.
Step 4. Pay the application fee in online mode.
Step 5. Preview and submit the IISER Admission Test Application Form.

IISER Admissions 2022: Necessary Document to Apply

Candidates can apply for admission through the channels of State and Central Board (SCB) and Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY). IISER also admits students through a Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Qualified JEE Advanced students, who are in the top 15,000 ranks, can apply for admission to IISER.

Those opting for the SCB channel must appear for IAT 2022 and for admission through the KVPY channel, the entrance exam is the KVPY aptitude test.

While filling the form, students will also need their 10th and 12th class examination certificate and a passport size photo.

India has seven IISER institutions and they are located in Mohali, Tirupati, Berhampur, Pune, Bhopal, Kolkata, Thiruvananthapuram. These establishments correspond to a double five-year course known as the BS-MS program.

This year there has also been a change in the scoring system, this year in the exam for each correct answer candidates will be awarded three points and for each incorrect answer they will be given a mark of less than 0.75 points. For unanswered questions, no points will be awarded or deducted.

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