• You can now log in to your application form and generate your Admit Card.

  • There is no photograph or signature required for the Admit Card. You will have to carry a print out of the Admit Card to the Test Centre along with a photo-identity card. The photo-identity card can be a government issued document like an Aadhar card or passport, or a school/college identity card, or a letter attested by your school/college/employer.

Please download these important instructions for candidates on CoViD-19.

The instructions include a Self-Declaration to be filled out and brought to the exam centre in case you do not have Aarogya Setu app installed on your phone.

This year, the exam is being conducted using the TCS iON platform. For security reasons, the question paper will be distributed in electronic form to all centres. Each candidate will be seated at a separate computer and will be able to read the questions on the screen. Answer booklets will be provided to write your answers on paper, as usual. There is no change in the pattern of the question paper or the way the answers are supposed to be written. The only difference is that the question paper will have to be read on screen.

The format of each type of answer booklet is given below. Designated space is provided for each answer. There are blank sheets for rough work at the end. Please familiarize yourself with the format of the answer booklet for the exam you are going to write.

All the entrance examinations will take place on Sunday, October 4, 2020 from 10:30 to 13:30:

  • BSc (common exam for BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science, and BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Physics)
  • MSc/PhD Mathematics
  • MSc/PhD Computer Science
  • MSc Data Science

If you have any questions or clarifications, please send an email to admissions@cmi.ac.in.

Last updated: 22 Sep 2020