IIT Delhi announce Admission for MTech 2014

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 Admission notice 2014

 

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi‚ (IIIT-Delhi) is a research-led teaching institution. Applications are invited for the session commencing from July 2014. IIIT Delhi offers degrees in the areas of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) and Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE).

  • M.Tech (Computer Science and Engineering)
  • M.Tech in CSE with specialization in Information Security (upto 20 seats)
  • M.Tech in CSE with specialization in Mobile Computing (upto 20 seats)
  • M.Tech in CSE (without specialization) General (upto 40 seats)
  • M.Tech (Electronics and Communications Engineering)
  • M.Tech in ECE with specialization in VLSI & Embedded Systems (up to 20 seats)
  • M.Tech in ECE with specialization in Communication and Signal Processing (up to 20 seats)

Eligibility Criteria for IIIT-Delhi M.Tech 2014 admissions:

All applicants must have a valid GATE score (2013/2014) in CS/IT‚ EC/EE. They must have a B.Tech/B.E. in CS/IT/ECE/EE with a CGPA of at least 6.5 out of 10 or 65%

They must have at least 60% in all previous degrees including 10+2

Applicants who do not satisfy the above criteria will not be able to submit the application form

IIIT-Delhi provides relaxation to SC/ST/OBC/PWD/CW category candidates

Specifically‚ candidates under these categories must have a B.Tech/B.E in CS/IT/ECE/EE with a CGPA of at least 6.0 out of 10 or 60%

They must have at least 55% in all previous degree including 10+2

Applicants who do not satisfy the above criteria will not be able to submit the application form

MCA/M.Sc degree is considered equivalent to the B.Tech/BE degree in CS/IT/ECE/EE

Their eligibility criteria are the same as given above.

Selection Process for IIIT-Delhi M.Tech 2014 admissions: 

The selection for M.Tech admission will comprise of three stages

1st Stage: The applicants will be screened on the basis of GATE scores as well as their previous academic record (B.Tech/BE‚ 10+2). A maximum of 350 (230 for CS and 120 for ECE) students will be invited to IIIT Delhi to participate in the second stage

Note for CSE candidates: The candidates applying for an M.Tech in CSE (all specializations)‚ if shortlisted for the second stage‚ will be asked to participate in an on-line coding competition‚ results of which will be considered in the stages that follow

This will be a pre-test at their own place before coming for the second stage in IIIT Delhi 

2nd Stage: The screened candidates have to appear for a written exam in IIIT Delhi that will test the candidates on mathematics‚ analytical abilities and comprehension skills

Depending on the results of this test‚ a maximum of 250 (160 for CS and 90 for ECE) candidates will be invited to take part in the third stage‚ which will also take place in IIIT Delhi 

3rd Stage: The candidates will be interviewed by the IIIT Delhi Faculty members 

After Selection: This information applies to only those candidates that are admitted to the M.Tech program

IIIT Delhi will support a maximum of 50 GATE scholarships for CSE and 20 GATE scholarships for ECE

Fees and Assistantship: The fee for the entire M.Tech program is Rs 2.5 Lac (i.e. Rs 1.25 Lac per year if M.Tech is completed within 4 semesters) 

Important Dates for IIIT-Delhi M.Tech 2014 admissions:

  • Online Application Starts on 08th April 2014 (Tuesday)
  • Last Date of online Application (tentative): 05th May 2014 (Monday)
  • Demand Draft should reach (tentative): 09th May 2014 (Friday)
  • Publication of Screened List on IIITD website (tentative): 13th May 2014 (Tuesday)
  • Test and Interview at IIIT-Delhi campus (tentative): 24th May 2014 (Saturday)
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