MTB College Campus, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Opp. Chaupati, Athwalines,
Surat-395001, Gujarat, India.
Sir P. T. Sarvajanik College of Science, Surat was started in the year 1935 with the affiliation of Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat. It is a magnificent institute with all the needed facilities and required equipment. It has got a well-established library, well equipped laboratories, spacious playground, transport and above all, well qualified and dedicated staff members. All of these together help to impart a high standard of education to the society.
The admission process for B. Sc. (Semester I) begins soon after Gujarat Board HSC exam results are declared.
Sir P. T. Sarvajanik College of Science offers the following courses:
Under Graduate Courses:
B. Sc. (Botany)
B. Sc. (Chemistry)
B. Sc. (Mathematics)
B. Sc. (Physics)
B. Sc. (Zoology)
Post Graduate Courses:
M. Sc. (Botany)
M. Sc. (Chemistry)
M. Sc. (Physics)
M. Phil. (Chemistry)
M. Phil. (Mathematics)
M. Phil. (Physics)
M. Phil. (Zoology)
Ph. D. (Chemistry)
Ph. D. (Physics)
Any candidate who has passed Class XII (Science Stream) examination from a recognized Board will be considered eligible to B.Sc. SEM-I. Admission will be strictly on merit basis. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PWD will be as per government norms.
The admissions to PG (M. Sc.) courses/programmes are given by the centralized admission committee set up by the University; same is the case with the admissions to M. Phil. and Ph. D. where students are allocated to respective guides of college by the University.
As per government norms.
Following documents are needed at the time of admission:
All legal matters are subject to SURAT Jurisdiction.
Every year, Institute reviews and revises admission process by re-considering and re-organizing the subject groups that are offered to the students based on the availability of the staff. Ideally, we would like to give maximum number of subject combinations to the students. Unfortunately, we are constrained to restrict the number of subject combinations because of insufficient permanent faculty. Institute appoints teachers on the ad-hoc basis to compensate for the additional workload.