Delhi University (DU) invites applications for its Operational Research Programme (OR) for the academic year 2014. Students can apply online by logging on to the official website of the university.
- M.Sc Operational Research
- MA Applied Operational Research
M.Sc Operational Research:
M.Sc Operational Research is a two-year post graduate course. The number of seats in this course is 93 (including all reservations). This course includes a number of techniques of Operational Research: linear, nonlinear, parametric and network optimisation, queueing, inventory, reliability, marketing, quality control etc. The curriculum emphasises on formulation of OR models and algorithms. Students are encouraged to develop skills in setting up and analyzing Operational Research models. The course demonstrates factors and restrictions involved in building and using models for planning and management problems. Case studies, Projects and use of OR software are constituents of the course.
MA Applied Operational Research:
MA Applied Operational Research is a two-year post graduate course. The number of seats in this course is 47 (including all reservations). This course was started in the year 1994. The curriculum lays heavy emphasis on experimental and process-oriented learning. The pedagogical tools include the use of case studies and industry oriented project work. Besides building up skills of individual decision making, lot of emphasis is laid on developing team skills and value focused decision making.
M.Sc in Operational Research:
Any master's degree examination of the University of Delhi or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto with at least two papers in Mathematics/ Computer Science/ Statistics/ Operational Research at graduation/ higher level. The candidate should have cleared the examination with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.
MA in Applied Operational Research:
Any bachelor's degree examination under 10+2+3 scheme of examination of the University of Delhi or an examination recognised as equivalent thereto with at least two papers in Mathematics/ Computer Science/ Operational Research/ Statistics. The candidate should have cleared the examination with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.
- Last date to apply: 18th April, 2014
- Date of common entrance exam: 9th June, 2014
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