M.Sc (Statistics)Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)
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Frequent Asked Questions
A student should have secured a minimum of 60% marks of the aggregate marks at the B.Sc. examination in Statistics of any recognized University.
Statistics is a rapidly, expanding discipline with openings in practically all industries and service sectors. This is particularly true for the fast growing Insurance sector, which heavily depends on statisticians and actuaries. Unfortunately, the limited availability of seats for the Masters Programme at the Universities level has curtailed academic growth and upward mobility of graduates in Statistics. Moreover, the programmes currently being offered by most Universities lack flexibility and ability to respond to the immediate demands of market forces. This, in general often results in students being qualified but they are not employable.
Considering this scenario and also the fact that there is a need to develop highly skilled manpower which can fulfill the needs as well as demands of an industry which is subject to constantly challenging and evolving market forces, the NMIMS University, which is known for its dynamism and flexibility in designing courses to suit the need of the hour, now announces a unique Master Programme in Statistics, under the School of Sciences.
Dr. A.M. Bhagwat, Director, Shri C.B.Patel Research Centre will be the co-ordinator for this programme and will be assisted by faculty drawn from N.M.College of Commerce and Economics, Mithibai College of Arts Science and Commerce, as well as from industry.
Duration and intake
Rigorous Course work spread over 6 trimesters and a Research Project to be undertaken for at least 2 trimesters.
Number of students to be admitted 20