For admission to M.Sc. in Computational Linguistics
Graduation / equivalent in any discipline with minimum 45% marks
Interview / Entrance Test
In order to test the aptitude and suitability of the candidates for admission, the centre will conduct an interview and/or a written entrance test. The test / interview is designed to test the following (and as such candidates are required to prepare accordingly) -
Basic Mathematical / Analytical / Statistical Skills - Students must be aware of the mathematical concepts learnt till class Xth / matriculation.
Basic awareness of Indian and South Asian Linguistic and Cultural Diversity, Multilingualism and an overall awareness of socio-political situation of languages in the country.
Basic Programming Skills (of school level) is highly recommended and preferred.
Basic awareness of the field of Artificial Intelligence, Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing and the latest advancements and debates in the field.
It is to be noted that the candidates are not expected to be trained or academically aware of the technical details of the areas mentioned above. The test is meant to test their interest and aptitude in the area and they are expected to possess a general-level awareness of the 'popular' ideas available in the public domain (which are accessible via news feeds, magazines, etc). For more info and guidance, you may post your queries on the Study Linguistics @Agra Google Group or Telegram Group.