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Can you provide me the details of the Master of Science (MS) in Quality Management Sciences MS (QMS) program offered by ISI (Indian Statistical Institute), Habsiguda?
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The details of the Master of Science (MS) in Quality Management Sciences MS (QMS) program offered by ISI (Indian Statistical Institute) are as follows:


Eligibility
One should have at least 3 years Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics as a subject.


Selection Procedure
Selection is based on performance in written tests and subsequent interview.
Academic record may also be taken into consideration.
The written admission tests will comprise of multiple-choice and/or short- answer type questions in Mathematics at the undergraduate level.

There is, however, a provision for sponsorship by government, semi- government, public sector undertakings, autonomous institutions and commercial/industrial organizations, which can sponsor candidates from their establishments, provided they satisfy the eligibility requirements.

One would be considered sponsored only if the employer gives leave and full salary for the entire duration of the programme. Sponsored candidates will not receive any stipend and their sponsors will have to pay a tuition fee of Rs. 20,000/- per year.


Course Structure
This two-year programme consists of 15 compulsory courses, 2 elective courses and a dissertation in the first three semesters; and a live project work during the fourth semester.
The classes for the first two semesters will be held in Bengaluru and the same for the third semester will be in Hyderabad.
The project work at the fourth semester will be at the respective locations. The semester-wise list of courses is as follows.

Semester I:
Statistics for decision Making--1 (SDM-1), Statistical Process Control (SPC); Project Management, Reliability, Maintainability and Safety–1 (RMS-1), Management Information System (MIS); Operations Research –1 (OR-1)


Semester II:
Statistics for decision Making–2 (SDM-2), Advanced Statistical Process Control (ASPC); Industrial Experimentation (IE); Reliability, Maintainability and Safety–2 (RMS-2); Operations Research – 2 (OR-2)

Elective (any one of the following): Game Theory; Capability Maturity Models; Applied Regression Analysis; Marketing Research; Data Base Management; Pattern Recognition; Neural Network; Multivariate Data Analysis; Markov Analysis and Modelling.

Semester III:
Trouble Shooting & Problem Solving for Quality Improvement (TS); Six Sigma – Business Excellence Strategy & Problem Solving Framework (SS); Supply Chain Management (SCM); Operations Research – 3 (OR-3).


Elective (any one of the following):
Total Quality Management; Quality Audit; Measuring Customer Satisfaction; Software Reliability; Human Factors in Continuous Improvement


Semester IV:
Dissertation; Project Work

Offering of an elective course will depend on students’ interest and availability of teachers.
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