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|B. Stat(Hons) - Bachelor of Statistics||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|B. Math(Hons) - Bachelor of Mathematics||3 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
|M.Stat - Master of Statistics||2 Years||LOGIN TO VIEW|| View Eligibility |
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Sathamangalam Ranga Iyengar Srinivasa Varadhan is an Indian American mathematician who is known for his fundamental contributions to probability theory and in particular for creating a unified theory of large deviations. Srinivasa , known also as Raghu to friends, was born in Chennai (previously Madras) in 1940. Varadhan received his under-graduate degree in 1959 from Presidency College, Madras, and then moved to the Indian Statistical Institute in Kolkata. He was one of the "famous four" (the others were R Ranga Rao, K R Parthasarathy, and Veeravalli S Varadarajan) in ISI during 1956-1963.
Sourav Chatterjee (born November 1979) is a mathematician, specializing in mathematical statistics and probability theory. Chatterjee is credited with work on Stein's method on spin glasses and also the Universality of Lindeberg principle. For these achievements, he was awarded a Sloan Fellowship in 2007 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Tweedie New Researcher Award in 2008 from the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. Chatterjee received a Bachelor and Master of Statistics from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, and a Ph.D from Stanford University in 2005, where he worked under the supervision of Persi Diaconis.