Harish-Chandra Research Institute

The Harish-Chandra Research Institute (HRI) is a premier institution dedicated to research in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

The areas of focus in Mathematics are Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, and Number Theory. In Physics the areas are Astrophysics, Condensed Matter, Particle Physics, Quantum Information, and String Theory. The institute runs a Ph.D programme in both Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and is starting a M.Sc program (in 2017) in Physics. The institute also has a visiting students' programme for bachelors and masters students; and actively runs various outreach programmes.

In the past two decades HRI has had significant impact in both research and education in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Awards conferred on faculty members include one Dirac Medal, five Bhatnagar Awards and one Padma Bhushan. Around fifty alumni of the institute hold faculty positions in premier scientific institutions in the country.

Admission in Physics

HRI conducts an M.Sc and a Ph.D. program in physics. The Ph.D. program is open to students with an M.Sc. degree in physics, while the M.Sc. program is open to students with a Bachelor's degree in science or engineering.

To know more about interviews for Ph.D. Programme and M.Sc. Programme in Physics, Click here >>

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Admission in Mathematics

HRI conducts a regular Ph.D. as well as an integrated M.Sc.-Ph.D. program in mathematics. Students are selected through NBHM research fellowship together with an interview. However, successful CSIR Research Fellowship holders are also eligible for appearing the interview.

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News

  • We mourn G. Venketeswara Pai, who died on 1 June, 2018: Click here
  • Prof. Raj Gandhi has been selected as Fermilab Neutrino Physics Center Fellow for 2018-2019: Click here
  • The list of candidates selected in both the rounds of interviews for Mathematics Ph.D. Programme starting August 2018:: Click here
  • Impossible to mask quantum information -- the QIC group members at HRI, Allahabad has recently proved a no-go theorem which is published in Phys. Rev. Lett. (also featured in physics of APS site) and was highlighted in phy.org.: Click here
  • Quantum information revolution – is India ready? An interview with Professor Arun Kumar Pati of HRI Allahabad with K. S. Jayaraman of Nature India, published on May 28, 2018: Click here
  • List of selected candidates in the first and second round of entrance exam for the M.Sc and the Ph.D. (physics) programme: Click here

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