Selection Criteria: The selection will be made on the basis of a written test and personal interview. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for the test and interview. Shortlisted candidates appearing for admission test are entitled to claim sleeper class train fare by the shortest route on production of original tickets and in case of road journey normal fare will be paid only for travel by public transport run by a Government body. Written Test : 29th June, 2015 Interview : 30th June, 2015
Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree from recognized universities in India or abroad with a minimum of 55% marks will be eligible for admission to the above programme.
Preference shall be given to candidates holding a bachelors degree in one of the following subjects, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Geography and Anthropology, Rural Development & Political Science.
In addition to the above subjects,.applications from non-social science background having experience in population and health related field shall also be considered for admission. Candidates awaiting results of qualifying examination latest by 30th September 2014 can also apply for consideration. The upper age limit is 25 years as on 30.6.2014. Marks and age are relaxable for candidates belonging to reserved categories as per GOI rules. Reservation: Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates will be considered as per the Government of India norms.