Duration of Program
M. Sc. Statistics
M. Sc. Statistics program is of minimum 80 credits spread over four semesters. The program emphasizes both theory and applications of statistics and is structured to provide knowledge and skills in depth necessary for the employability of students in industry, other organizations, as well as in academics. Accordingly, the program has important features such as individual/ group projects, elective courses and courses on standard software packages such as MATLAB, MINITAB, SYSTAT, SPSS , R. Syllabus of the first two semesters covers core courses. The second year syllabus contains both core, elective and open courses. It is possible for the students to study basic courses from other disciplines such as economics, life sciences, computer science, mathematics in place of electives.
|ST – 11||Basics of Real Analysis and Calculus|
|ST – 12||Linear algebra and Numerical methods|
|ST – 13||Probability Distribution|
|ST – 14||Sampling Theory|
|ST – 15||Practical I|
|ST – 21||Probability Theory|
|ST – 22||Regression Analysis|
|ST – 23||Statistical Inference I|
|ST – 24||Multivariate Analysis|
|ST – 25||Practical II|
|ST – 31||Applied Stochastic Processes|
|ST – 32||Bayesian Inference|
|ST – 33||Design and Analysis of Experiments|
|ST – 34(A)||Machine Learning OR|
|ST – 34(B)||Statistical Quality Control|
|ST – 35||Practical III|
|ST – 41(A)||Asymptotic Inference OR|
|ST – 41(B)||Analysis of clinical Trials|
|ST – 42(A)||Econometrics and Time series OR|
|ST – 42(B)||Operation Research|
|ST – 43(A)||Survival Analysis OR|
|ST – 43(B)||Categorical Data Analysis|
|ST – 44||Computer Intensive Statistical Methods|
|ST – 45||Project|
How to Apply
(a) B. Sc. (Second class) with Statistics principal and Mathmatics at subsidiary level
(b) B. Sc. (Second class) with Mathmatics principal and Statistics at subsidiary level
(c) M. Sc. (Second class) in Mathematics
(d) B. Sc. (Second class) in Actuarial Science with Mathematics & Statistics at subsidiary level
(e) B. Sc. (Second class) at third year with Statistic as one of the subject.
Mode of Payment :
For Activity fees, Registration & for paying the course fees
Online: Application form can be filled and submitted on our website www.scmirt.org and payment made through online transfer. Bank details
are as under: Suryadatta Education Foundation, IDBI Bank, Sadashiv Peth, Pune Branch.
Account Number: 490104000011200, IFSC CODE – IBKL0000490.
Also please email the UTR no. / scanned copy of deposit slip on our email firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name & course details.
Offline: By sending DD drawn in favor of “Suryadatta Education Foundation” payable at Pune alongwith duly filled online form available on our
website www.schmtt.org / www.suryadatta.org along with self attested copies of the relevant documents.
In person: Fees can be paid at campus by Debit / Credit card / D.D. / Account Transfer.
“Prospectus & Admission Form” can be obtained from Registered Office / Campus on payment of Rs. 500/- or DD drawn in favor of “Suryadatta Education Foundation” payable at Pune (Cost includes Prospectus, Admission Form, Campus Film (DVD). Alternatively, admission form can be downloaded from our website : www.scmirt.org. Duly filled in admission form should be sent along with copy of Previous year Mark Sheet, 4 Photographs & DD of Rs. 500/- as above, to our Campus : Suryadatta Group Of Institutes, S. No. 342, Patil Nagar, Bavdhan (Bk),Pune – 411 021, Maharashtra, India
Student seeking admission in Suryadatta, are getting education loan from various nationalized and even private banks including SBI, Alahabad Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Syndicate Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Punjab National Bank, Corporation Bank, UCO Bank, etc. from their native place. If required you can avail education loan against registration of your seat from any one of the nationalized/ private bank from your native place. Required documents will be given by the institute.
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