Frequently Asked Questions
Every year for the batch commencing in July, the application forms are available on this website from January.
Yes. You can fill the form leaving the space for class XII marks blank. The class XII marks are required to be intimated by fax or online as soon as the results are declared. Candidate will become ineligible in case he/she scores less than 60% marks in PCM and the Form Fees in such cases will also be non-refundable.
The Association of Indian Universities has given directives for equivalence of foreign examinations to Indian examinations. Click here for details.
Candidates from International Board should submit an ‘Equivalence Certificate’ from AIU along with other documents mentioned in application form.
No. Only online application form is available.
The test is based on 11th and 12th CBSE standard Physics and Mathematics syllabus. As this is online objective type test, there are no previous year question banks available.
There are 80 questions altogether. 30 questions each in Physics & Mathematics and 10 questions each in Analytical and Logical reasoning.
There is a section with negative marking.
The main test is of 90 minutes duration followed by behavioral assessment of 30 minutes.
There is no difference in the tests. Merit list is common.
No. You can appear in the test only once in a year.
Marks scored in the test are seen immediately on the screen after completing the test.
Normally, interviews are conducted on the same day as that of TMISAT and at the centre itself.
No. The eligibility is at least 60% in PCM group.
You will be eligible for application in either of the programmes if you are less than 21 years on 1st Sept. of the year of admission and you have secured at least 60% marks in PCM group in 10+2 exam.
No. The admissions are based only on 10+2 marks.