In 1924, eligible B.Sc. graduates are admitted to the “accelerated” program
(3 year course)
Common in the old system
Students who passed the I.Sc. (Intermediate of Science) with Science Option and scored 50+ points in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are admitted to the four year course
Short-lived in the old system
Eligible students who passed the Matriculation are admitted to the “special” six year course. Due to resources (logistics …), the students were transferred” before they graduated to the “default” program
In November 1964, three batches of students were admitted to RIT under the then new Education System.
- 200+ students joined the first ever 3rd BE Class. Most of them completed their I.Sc.(B) with the Science Option
- 320+ students joined the first ever 2nd BE Class. Most of them completed their I.Sc.(A) with the Science Option
- 440 + students joined the first ever 1st BE Class.
The controversial ILA (Intelligence Level Aggregate) system was used for admission.
There were students with (a) all Science (b) all Arts (c) Hybrid
Regional College Era
After finishing two years at RC(1), RC(2), RC(3) … , some students applied to attend the 3rd BE classes.
- When was ILA discontinued?
- Policies for
Readmission as regular student
- “Newer” systems involving 30+ TUs