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Department of Statistics


Syllabus for M.Sc. /M.A. STATISTICS

Syllabus for Integrated M.Sc. STATISTICS

Syllabus for Ph. D. Course Work in STATISTICS

Syllabus Int MSc Statistics(Old)

Syllabus MSc M A Statistics (Old)

Departmental Prospectus


The Department of Statistics is one of the first two departments started along with Mathematics by Central University of Rajasthan and started its programme in academic year 2009. The main goal of the department is to impart quality education and promote theoretical, computational and applied knowledge in the subjects of Statistics, which enables the students to pursue their future careers either in the field academic, insurance firms or broadly in analytics industry. The department is actively engaged in teaching and research addressing substantive problems in the field of Actuarial Science, Bayesian Statistics, Distribution theory, Extreme Value Theory, Inference, Sampling Theory, Statistical Quality Control, Survival Analysis, Time Series Analysis and more.

 The Department of Statistics offers

(i) Five-year Integrated M.Sc. Statistics
(ii) Two-year M.Sc./M.A. Statistics
(iii) Ph.D. Programme


(i) Five-year Integrated M.Sc. Statistics
10 + 2 in Science Stream or equivalent of any recognized board in India with Mathematics as one of the optional subjects having 50% marks or equivalent grade in aggregate for general category and 45% or equivalent grade for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates.
(ii) Two-year M.Sc./M.A. Statistics
B.Sc./B.A. in Statistics/Mathematics (with Statistics as a subject for minimum two years in annual system or minimum 30% papers from Statistics in semester system) with a minimum of 50% marks, provided that the candidate has studies the subject of Mathematics at the 12 standard level as prescribed by CBSE or any State Board, 45% or equivalent grade for SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates.
(iii) Ph.D. Programme
A consistently good academic record possessing a Master's Degree in Statistics (M. Sc./M.A. in Statistics/Applied Statistics/Bio-Statistics) with minimum of 55% marks or equivalent grade from a recognized University at both undergraduate and postgraduate level; 5% relaxation in minimum requirement of marks is granted to SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates.

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