This institutional profile has been created for use by University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate programs.
First degree/qualification: Bachelor's or specialized degree (3-5.5 years).
Minimum quality for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: Class I or very high class II range.
Minimum level for UW-Madison Graduate School admission: 4 year bachelor's degree (except for B. Pharmacy — M. Pharmacy is required); or master's degree following completion of 3 year bachelor's degree; or completion of a bachelor degree followed by certain postgraduate diplomas which are either AIU (Association of Indian Universities) or AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) approved; postgrad diplomas are all evaluated individually.
Documents required: Official mark sheets/transcripts/records; official certification of degree and date awarded.
Description: Instituted in 1950. Considered to be a good school. A teaching and affiliating university with more than 100 affiliated colleges and 7 institutions. Usual admission requirement is the higher secondary certificate (12 years of education).
|60%||Class I||70%||Distinction||60%||Class I|
|48%||Class II||60%||Class I||48%||Class II|
|48%||Class II||36%||Class III|
|MBBS/MD, MS/BS (Nursing)/BDS||BE|
Some Indian institutions award class on last year; some on honours courses; some do not count failed/repeated courses. We calculate average on all marks/grades. Examinations are held annually.
Languages of instruction: Gujarati and English.
Master's: 1-2 years after appropriate degree.
Ph.D.: 1-2 years after master's or specialized degree.
Last updated: Jul 28, 2008