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  1. 1. Placement Brochure 2010 - 2011 Indian Statistical Institute
  2. 2. Placement CommitteeChairman : Aditya Bagchi 033-2575-2406Convener : Arijit Bishnu +91-9433 851 767Members : Saurabh Ghosh 033-25753201 Samarjit Das 033-25752627 Utpal Garain 033-25752860 Subhamoy Maitra 033-25752805 Amitava Bandyopadhyay 033-25755943 Biswabrata Pradhan 033-25753358 Ansuman Banarjee +91-9831114037Contact : Arijit Bishnu Convener, Placement Committee Indian Statistical Institute 203, BT Road, Kolkata - 700108 Email : Phone : +91-9433 851 767 (Cell) 033-2575-2503 (placement office) Fax : 033-2577-6037 (mark subject: Placement)Website : : Harsh Agarwal (M.Stat) +91-9874 412 753Representatives Abhignan Piplai (M.Stat) +91-9903 218 577 Pratik Kashyap (MS-QE) +91-9836 055 801 Ritika Gupta (MS-QE) +91-9903 032 633 S. Bhagat (M.Tech-CS) +91-9434 317 621 Kumar Ankur (M.Tech-QROR) +91-9163 024 124Local : Subrata Ghosh 033-2575-2410Management +919830 260 025
  3. 3. PrefaceThis brochure provides relevant information about Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) for prospective employers. Itcomprises a brief introduction of the Institute followed by descriptions of various academic programmes, profilesof current batches of students and a summary of past recruitments.The placement of ISI students is facilitated by the placement committee. On behalf of this committee, we wouldlike to invite all prospective employers to visit the Kolkata campus to recruit students graduating in July/August2011. Going by the latest trends in the placement of our students, it is indeed heartening to note that leading cor-porate giants have been visiting our Institute regularly with employment offers for outgoing students of our Mas-ters-level academic programmes [M. Stat., M. Math., M.S. (QE), M. Tech. (CS) and M. Tech. (QROR)]. Our website( provides further details about course curriculum and other relevant infor-mation regarding placement opportunities.Companies interested in campus recruitment are requested to send the ISI Campus Recruitment Form (preferablywith relevant company literature), duly filled-in, by email/fax/courier/post to the Convener of the PlacementCommittee. Dates for campus interviews are fixed on a first-come, first-served basis. It may be mentioned herethat the Institute does not charge any placement fee. We also do not permit placement consultants or third-partyrecruiters to conduct campus interviews. We look forward to formal feedbacks in the prescribed form, from com-panies after their campus recruitment, as inputs for review of our academic and placement policies.We do hope that this placement brochure will be useful to employers visiting the Institute. Any suggestion forimproving the brochure is most welcome. Arijit Bishnu Aditya BagchiConvener, Placement Committee Chairman, Placement Committee
  4. 4. Message from theDirectorThe Indian Statistical Institute has a long and proud tradition of excellence in training,teaching and research in a number of academic disciplines. The Institute has recently com-pleted its Platinum Jubilee Celebration. One year Golden Jubilee Celebration of the degreecourses of the Institute has just begun. Its alumni have made outstanding contributions toacademia, governance and industry, and it is my firm conviction that newer generations ofalumni will continue to do so in years to come.As in previous years, this brochure is being published to showcase our academic pro-grammes and provide relevant information to prospective employers. I am sure that theHRD people of leading Commercial and Industrial Organization will continue to conduct on-campus recruitment with greater vigour, making offers of bright, productive future (withthem) to our outgoing students every year.Bimal K. RoyDirector
  5. 5. Message from theDean of StudiesIndian Statistical Institute is an internationally famous centre of learning. Besides of-fering various quality academic programmes, it also maintains a great research envi-ronment. As a result, students coming out of this Institute are very well accepted inboth industrial and academic establishments.I, on behalf of the Indian Statistical Institute Placement Committee, invite the indus-trial organizations to our Institute for campus interview in order to recruit talentedand dedicated future industry leaders.Aditya BagchiDean of Studies
  6. 6. IntroductionThe Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), founded by late Institute has designed several courses of study to trainProfessor P. C. Mahalanobis in 1931, owes its origin to selected students in appropriate fields. ISI has beenthe statistical studies and research initiated by him in recognized as one of the pioneering institutes of thisthe Statistical Laboratory set up in Presidency College, country to introduce degree programmes in respectiveKolkata. The Institute was registered as a learned soci- fields. These programmes have always attracted someety under the Societies Registration Act in 1932. Later of the best talents of the country who have provedin 1959, the Parliament of India enacted the Indian Sta- their worth in various organizations and educationaltistical Institute Act, 1959, declaring the Institute to be institutions both in India and abroad. ISI has its headan Institution of National Importance and empowering office at Kolkata with centres at New Delhi and Banga-it to confer degrees and diplomas In Statistics. The In- lore, where regular degree courses and research workdian Statistical Institute Act was amended in 1995 em- in various disciplines are conducted. In addition, therepowering it to grant degrees and diplomas in Statistics, are several Statistical Quality Control and OperationsMathematics, Quantitative Economics, Computer Sci- Research (SQC & OR) Units situated in other cities ofence and such other subjects related to Statistics. ISI the country. ISI regularly takes up large projects fundedhas made some noteworthy contributions towards de- by public sector undertakings, defence, private sectorvelopment of the nation. Formation of NSSO on the enterprises, MNCs, the UN and its specialized agencies,basis of the proposal from P.C. Mahalanobis was an Overseas Development Corporations (ODC), UK, Fordimportant contribution to that extent. Also the second Foundation and other national and international bod-5 year plan was chalked out at ISI under the guidance ies. Apart from these, software development assign-of Prof. Mahalanobis. ments related to research problems from government bodies and industries are taken up regularly. The train-The Institute has all along been playing a pioneering ing environment at ISI is designed to impart an optimalrole in theoretical and applied research, teaching and combination of advanced theoretical knowledge andtraining, in the fields of Statistics, Mathematics, Eco- practical applications. The students actively participatenomics, Computer Science, Quality Control, Reliability, in the ongoing projects and are exposed to real-lifeOperations Research and other disciplines. It has made problems. The curriculum includes project work whichsignificant contributions to (a) statistical, social and consists of either solving real-life problems or develop-economic planning of the government of India, (b) ing theoretical tools for a class of problems. Studentsknowledge regarding statistical quality control and undergo internship with reputed industries and re-quantitative management techniques for industry, and search institutes. The institute is in constant touch with(c) research and development in theoretical and ap- other leading institutions in the world through the ex-plied Computer Science. change of visiting faculties. This contact helps maintain a high standard of the training programmes.In keeping with its pursuit of excellence in research, the Programmes Duration Venue Bachelor of Statistics (Hons.) 3 Years Kolkata Bachelor of Mathematics (Hons.) 3 Years Bangalore Master of Statistics 2 Years Kolkata, Delhi Master of Mathematics 2 Years Kolkata, Bangalore Master of Quantitative Economics 2 Years Kolkata, Delhi M. Tech. in Computer Science 2 Years Kolkata M. Tech. in Quality, Reliability and Operations Research 2 Years Kolkata Ph. D. Kolkata, Delhi, Bangalore
  7. 7. M. Stat.Master of StatisticsIntroductionThe M.Stat programme of ISI is viewed as arguablythe best postgraduate degree programme in Statis-tics in the world. This view is justified by the factthat people with an M. Stat. background have beenaccredited with a large percentage of the sophisti-cation that Statistics has seen in the past few dec-ades. The factors contributing to this legacy are thequality of the students and teachers alike and therigorous and in-depth course structure with itsunique out-of-the-box flavour.Programme Description India. The final year students are required to opt for specialization in one of several branches of sta-The M. Stat. programme is specifically designed to tistics as per his/her domain of interest.address both theoretical and practical issues and A detailed programme description is available athas the flexibility to evolve and change in response new requirements. Admission StudentsThe M. Stat. programme is run through two parallelstreams viz. the B-stream and the NB-stream.  The success rate in the ISI admission process is 1Graduates of our prestigious B. Stat. course (the out of 150, in comparison to 2% for the IITs andflagship programme of ISI) are offered direct ad- IIMs.mission to the B-stream while graduates in statis-  The rigorous nature of this entrance exam en-tics and mathematics from all over India are en- sures that only students with exceptional quan-rolled into the NB-stream through a rigorous en- titative and analytical abilities get through.trance procedure - a two tier subjective and objec-  Students being awarded the best national schol-tive assessment examination and a viva-voce there- arships like KVPY, NBHM, NTSE and having wonafter. reputed national and international level Olympi- ads testify their highest levels of excellence. Course  The ISI campus has a mix of students with di-Subjects covered in the first two semesters of verse cultural background and extra-curricularM. Stat. include interests.  Regression Techniques  Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Current Batch Strength  Applied Stochastic Processes  Optimization Techniques  B-Stream - 25 students  Decision Theory  NB Stream - 19 students  Measure Theoretic ProbabilityOn top of the twenty odd credit courses, the stu-dents of the M. Stat. programme undergo a train-ing in national and international statistical systemsat the C.S.O., New Delhi which requires taking upprojects under various ministries of the Govt. of
  8. 8. M.S. (QE)Master of Science in Quantitative EconomicsIntroductionThe Indian Statistical Institute has been playing apioneering role in the research, training and applica-tion of Quantitative Economics in India for a longtime. The MS (QE) programme, from its very incep-tion, came up as one of the very best of its kind inthe country and compared favourably with that ofany top ranking university in the world. The popular-ity of the programme is partially reflected by the factthat students getting admission offers to MS (QE) aswell as to other premier economics departments inthe country have almost revealed their preferencesfor MS (QE) over the others. Scope:Programme Description The course emphasizes theoretical as well as empiri- cal aspects of the subjects. Class room teachings andThe MS (QE) programme aims to give the students traditional methods of evaluation are supplementednot only a thorough exposure of economics and by assignments and take home projects. Majority ofeconometrics, but equips them with rigorous the students opt for challenging corporate jobs inmathematical and statistical techniques that can be India and abroad. Some students after successfullyused as tools in the industry. completing the MS (QE) programme have joined the top economics departments of the world includingCourses offered: Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Northwestern, Boston, Rochester and Cornell, to pursue their Ph.D. de-The programme has 20 courses - five per semester. A grees. A detailed programme description is availablefew courses are listed below: at  Econometrics  Advanced Econometrics Students:  Time Series Analysis & Forecasting  The best students in the country are chosen  Mathematical Finance for this programme based on extremely rigor-  Game Theory ous entrance exam followed by personal inter-  Industrial Organization views.  International Trade  The programme has gained immense popular-  Macroeconomics & Microeconomics ity even among working professionals from  Development Economics the industry who intend to take up higher  Linear Algebra & Real Analysis course in economics.  Students come from diverse backgroundsOur strengths: ranging from Economics, Mathematics, Statis- tics and Physics to even engineering gradu-  Adaptable & innovative ates.  Market knowledge  Students also undergo internships in the cor-  Software skills: SAS, SPSS, E-Views porate sector during their summer break.  Communication skills Current batch strength:  15 students
  9. 9. M. Tech. (CS)Master of Technology in Computer ScienceIntroductionThe Indian Statistical Institute has a long history ofthe use of computers dating back to the early fifties.The first electronic computer in Asia, a HEC-2N, wasinstalled in the institute in 1956. One of the fore-most formal courses for Computer Science startedin the institute in 1962. By 1981, the institutestarted offering an M. Tech. course in ComputerScience.The institute has an enviable group of around fortyoutstanding faculty members in the field of Com-puter Science. They have earned international rec- UNIX/LINUX and WINDOWS platforms),ognition in different areas of Computer Science and HTML, Shell Programming, Verilog (HardwareTechnology. Currently the institute has five IEEE fel- Description Language)lows along with several fellows of Indian National  In-depth knowledge of Database Theory andScience Academy, Indian National Academy of Engi- Software Engineeringneering, Institute of Electronics and Telecommuni-cation Engineers etc. Project & DissertationMajor Subjects In order to give the students a good exposure to the current trends in software Industry, they are sent toThe course admits students with B. Tech. degrees or various industry as well as research organizationsM. Sc. degrees in Mathematics, Physics and Statis- for Summer Project (of about 8 to 12 weeks’ dura-tics. A list of some core and elective subjects follow: tion) towards the end of the first year of the course starting around mid-May. Quite often, the students  Programming Languages (C, C++, Java) getting trained in an Industry environment pursue  Discrete Mathematics his/her year-long dissertation work in the same di-  Probability & Stochastic Processes rection on a real-life problem, so that the training  Optimization Techniques becomes a fruitful event for the company as well as  Design & Analysis of Algorithms for the student.  Computer Architecture  Computer Networks Scope  Compiler Construction  Advanced Database Theory This course is designed to provide a balanced mix-  VLSI Design & Algorithms ture of theoretical and professional training in Com-  Advanced Operating Systems puter Science so that students, on completion of  Advanced Cryptography the course, may take up either a professional ca-  Pattern Recognition and Image Proc- reer in software technology or an academic career essing for further study and research in the fundamental  Document Processing & Retrieval and applied aspects of Computer Science and re-  Internet & Multimedia lated disciplines. A detailed programme description  Artificial Intelligence is available at  Computational Geometry Strength Current Batch Strength Programming skills: C, C++, Java (on both  20 students
  10. 10. M. Tech. (QROR)Master of Technology in Quality, Reliability &Operations ResearchIntroductionM.Tech. (Quality, Reliability and Operations Research),a two-year full time academic programme, the first ofits kind in the country, was introduced in ISI in 1989.This programme is intended to develop quality spe-cialist/professionals in Quality Management with em-phasis on Statistical Quality Control, Reliability, Opera-tions Research, Business and Financial Analysis, Mod-eling and Optimization, Computer Engineering andManagement Systems.Major Subjects  Quality Management System  Statistical Quality Control Project and Dissertation  Operations Research  Reliability modeling and survival analysis In order to keep pace with the work in industries, the for assessment and optimization of hard- students undertake industrial projects and disserta- ware and software tion to solve real life problems in practice. With the  Probability & Statistical Methods intent to work in practical fields based on the latest  Stochastic Process statistical/optimization tools, the students carry out  Multivariate Methods two projects throughout the course, first one after the  Mechanical & Electrical Engineering completion of the second semester for a duration of  Design of Experiments two and half months and the last one during the en-  Programming Techniques & Data Struc- tire fourth semester along with the dissertation sub- tures, Software Engineering, DBMS ject to innovation in the industrial fields.  Instrumentation & Computer Engineering  Industrial Engineering & Financial Man- Scope agement As the course is designed to implement the statisticalOur Strengths theories to handle the real life problems, majority of the students wish to opt for challenging corporate  Statistical data analysis jobs in India and abroad. The past trend of recruit-  Statistical software packages ment reflects that many of the students have joined in  Quality Improvement Techniques like banking, insurance, analytics, manufacturing, software TQM, Six Sigma, ISO Standards sectors and some of them are in premier Indian and  Software Quality Assurance overseas institutions to pursue their research.A detailed program description is available at: Current Batch Strength  10 students
  11. 11. M. Math.Master of MathematicsIntroduction : Mathematics at an early stage, and thereby equipThe Institute has a 3-year Bachelor of Mathemat- himself/herself to make contributions in the fron-ics programme, B. Math. (Hons.), offered at its tiers of Mathematical research and applications.Bangalore centre. The B. Math., analogous to itsolder counterpart the B.Stat. in Statistics, aims togive comprehensive and all-round education in Scope :Mathematics at the bachelor level and M.Math. A student who successfully completes the pro-is its follow up Master’s programme which is gramme with his/her exposure to a wide varietygiven at Bangalore and in Kolkata in alternate of mathematical ideas and mastery of difficultyears. Apart from the B.Math. graduates of the concepts and techniques, will have an intellectualInstitute, the M.Math. programme allows lateral maturity and resourcefulness that should makeentry of good Mathematics graduates who have him/her an asset in any profession that call forspecial proficiency in several basic areas of mathematical expertise.Mathematics (especially in abstract and linearalgebra, and real analysis) to match with the level Students :of sophistication of the programme. The pro- This year M Math is being offered at the Banga-gramme aims to provide students with a high lore Campus of ISI.level of preparation in modern Mathematics to For further details please contacttake up research careers in Pure Mathematics, Dr. Jishnu Biswas ( )Application of Mathematics and Theoretical Com-puter Science etc. or to enter any professional Current batch strength :field involving sophisticated mathematics.  8 studentsProgramme Description:The programme comprises coursework in thecore areas of Analysis, Algebra, Topology andGeometry reaching a level of sophistication thatpermit the students to go into any area ofMathematics and Applied Mathematics. Apartfrom the core courses, there are a number ofadvanced topic courses which acquaint the stu-dents with contemporary developments in thesubjects. Courses like Probability Theory, Sto-chastic Processes, Graph Theory and Combina-torics, Automata Theory familiarise students withdiverse and most successful tools in modern dayapplication of Mathematics. A strong backgroundin Algebra and Analysis, helps them get a firmgrasp on advanced courses like Measure Theory,Partial Differential Equations and Differential Ge-ometry etc. An M. Math. student acquires astrong and wide base in diverse branches of
  12. 12. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)Introduction Computer Science:The primary focus of this Institute is research. It has  Bioinformatics, Computational Biologya Doctor of Philosophy programme, Ph.D., offered  Computational Geometry and Graph Algo-at its Bangalore, Delhi and Kolkata centres. This de- rithmsgree is awarded for original research contributions  Computer Networks, Sensor Networks,in any one of the following five disciplines: (i) Statis- Mobile Computingtics, (ii) Mathematics, (iii) Quality Reliability & Op-  Cryptology, Information and Coding Theory  Data and Text Mining, Web Intelligenceerations Research (QROR), (iv) Computer Science,  Digital Document Processingand (v) Quantitative Economics. For other disci-  Image and Video Processingplines like Biological Anthropology, Physics and Ap-  Information Retrievalplied Mathematics, Agriculture & Ecology, Sociol-  Natural Language Processingogy, Human Genetics, Psychology, Demography and  Nanotechnology, Nano-biosystems, Bio-Library & Information Science, doctoral research is chipscarried out in the institute but the degree is  Parallel and Distributed Systemsawarded from a reputed university. The programme  Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning andaims to provide students with a high level of re- Soft Computingsearch acumen to take up research careers in either  Simulation and Modeling in Neurosciencesacademics or industry and continue to contribute in  Speech and Signal Processingany professional field involving analytical methodol-  VLSI Design and Testingogy. Economics:Major Areas in Different Disciplines  Development and Welfare Economics  Environmental EconomicsThe broad areas in each discipline are as follows:  Financial Econometrics Statistics:  Game Theory  Biostatistics  Growth Theory  Design of Experiments  International Trade  Dependency Models  Macroeconomics  Exploratory Data Analysis  Poverty and Inequality  Multivariate Data Analysis  Public Economics  Reliability Models, Survival Data Analysis  Time Series Econometrics  Sample Surveys and Design  Simulation and Study of Systems  Statistical Inference - Classical and Bayesian Scope  Time Series and Forecasting A student who successfully completes the pro- gramme with his/her exposure to state-of-the art in Mathematics: world-wide research in the concerned field, has an  Algebra intellectual maturity and resourcefulness that  Algebraic Number Theory should make him/her an asset in any profession that  Geometry and Topology call for expertise in the relevant discipline.  Mathematical Finance  Mathematical Logic Scope  Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes Based on your requirements, get in touch with the  Set Theory and Descriptive Set Theory Placement Convener who in turn will guide you to Quality, Reliability & Operations Research the concerned student and department.  Business Analytics  Game Theory and Strategy Development  Measurement Systems for Product and Managerial Control  Optimization  Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma  Software Quality Measurement, Improve- ment and Control  Statistical Process Control  System and Product Reliability
  13. 13. Placement GuidelinesPlacement of ISI students is facilitated by the Placement Committee.All correspondences in this regard should be made with the Convener, Placement Committee( Students of the M. Math., M.S.(QE), M. Stat., M. Tech.(CS) and M. Tech.(QROR) courses, passing out in July/August 2011, are eligible for placement. Regarding placement of Ph. D. students, contact the Placement Con-vener separately.The placement session for 2010-11 begins in the month of September 2010.ISI does not charge any Placement Fee.Campus Recruitment Procedure: Companies interested in conducting campus recruitment need to send the duly filled-in Campus Recruit- ment Form (ISI-CRF), preferably with relevant company literature, by email/fax/courier/post to the Con- vener, Placement Committee. This provides the primary basis of communicating the details of the positions offered to the students. Based on the feedback of the students and other institute activities, a mutually convenient date (single day) for the company visit is finalized by the Convener, Placement Committee. This booking is done on a first-come first- serve basis. Any specific requirement of the company (especially for briefing company profile to the students) has to be communicated to the Convener, Placement Committee at least one week in advance to avoid any incon- venience during their campus visit. At the end of the selection process, the final list of selected students, duly signed by the company official, is to be handed over to the Placement Committee on the same day. No further interview/test should take place outside the campus. Detailed offer letter may be sent to the Convener, Placement Committee for distribution among the se- lected students. The Convener will coordinate in sending back letters of acceptance to the employer from students. Students will join the companies only after the completion of their respective courses. The date of joining should preferably be within one month from the official date of completion of the re- spective course.Campus recruitment by placement consultants or third-party recruiters is not permitted.Company delegates requiring ISI Guest House accommodation need to send the duly filled-in ISI Guest House Ac-commodation Form to the Convener, Placement Committee, with a cc to know more about the placements at ISI and to get various forms, visit our website
  14. 14. Recent RecruitersActuarial R&DCanara HSBC OBC Battelle TechnologiesDeloitte Consulting GE IndiaE&Y Indian School of BusinessHDFC Standard LifeICICI Prudential Life Insurance PSU/ Semi-Govt.PwC Joint Plant CommitteeSBI Life Insurance Union Bank of IndiaSwiss Re Shared Services SEBIFinance AnalyticsBNPP India Solutions AT KearnyDE Shaw Fractal AnalyticsGridstone Research GenpactGoldman Sachs Services Hewlett-PackardJP Morgan Mckinsey Knowledge CenterJP Morgan Chase & Co. Mu Sigma Business SolutionsLetse (Credit Suisse) Symphony ServicesLehman Brothers Wipro TechnologiesMorgan StanleyNomura Market ResearchUBS Service Centre (CTS) Dolcera IMIMobileBanking/Credit-Scoring IMRBAmerican Express Neilson CompanyANZ BankBACS PharmaceuticalsBarclays Bank Dr. Reddys LaboratoriesCitigroup NovartisDeutsche Bank Softwares and Tech.Fair Isaac IBM IndiaHDFC Bank NVIDIA GraphicsHSBC Bank Oracle IndiaICRA Management Consulting Services Ltd. TCSICICI Bank YahooIKPWNS Global Services Salary offered over the years (lakh/annum) Salary distribution, 09-10 (lakh/annum)
  15. 15. Summer InternshipFirst year students of different courses are available for internships during their summer break which gen-erally starts (in mid May) after completion of their second semester examination and continues till theirthird semesters begins. The duration of the internship varies from course to course as follows.M. S. (QE): About 7 weeksM. Stat: About 5 weeksM. Tech (CS): 12 weeksM. Tech (QROR): the duration is a bit more but that is handled by their department independently.Please note that we prefer telephonic interviews for summer training of ISI students.For all courses except M. Tech (QROR) interested companies are requested to send the duly filled in ISI-SIF (availablein doc & pdf format in the download section) by email / fax / courier to:Arijit BishnuConvener, Placement CommitteeIndian Statistical Institute203, B. T. RoadKolkata 700 108Phone: +91 9433851767E-mail: (write ‘summer internship’ in subject)For QROR Course, contact:Biswabrata PradhanStatistical Quality Control & Operation Research UnitIndian Statistical Institute203 B. T. RoadKolkata 700108.Phone:+91 33-25753358E-mail:
  16. 16. How to Reach The Kolkata campus of the Indian Statistical Institute is located in a sprawling 30-acre estate on the Bar- rackpore Trunk Road (BT Road) in the Baranagore suburb of Greater Kolkata. It consists of two ap- proximately equal parts - the office complex and the residential complex, separated by a public road. This road (Girish C. Ghosh Street) connects BT Road with Gopal Lal Tagore Road, a road that runs along the western boundary of the main campus. The office complex bears door numbers 202, 203 and 204, and the residential complex, 205 and 206. If you are coming from airport, take Belgharia Ex- pressway from Jessore Road (approaching North) and take exit at Dakshineswar (before the Express- way merges to Nivedita Bridge over Ganges). As you take exit from Belgharia Expressway, take PWD Road towards Dunlop Bridge (Dunlop Bridge is in the East from Dakshineswar). Take right turn at the Dunlop Bridge at PWD Road - BT Road crossing and after about 500 meters on the BT Road, you can see the institute campus on your right.Placement at other CentersISI Delhi Centre ISI Bangalore CentreDebasis Mishra Dr. Jishnu Biswas(; +11-4149 3948) In-charge Students’ Academic AffairsSwagata Nandi Indian Statistical Institute(; +11-4149 3914) 8th Mile, Mysore Road R.V. College PostS. K. Neogy Bangalore 560059(; +11-4149 3968) Phone: (80) 2848-3002|3|4 Extn. 450 Email: query related to placement can also be URL: to: