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(First Semester 2013-2014)
for admission to POSTGRADUATE AND RESEARCH PROGRAMMES
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DELHI HAUZ KHAS, NEW DELHI-110016
Message to the Applicants from the Dean, Academics Important Dates 1. Introduction 2. Credit System 3. Admission Procedures and Requirements (I) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (II)M.Tech / M.S. (Research) / M.Des Programmes 4. Reservation of seats 5. Registration for courses 6. Hostel accommodation 7. Fees and payments (a) Institute dues payable by 2013 entry Ph.D./M.Tech/M.S.(R)/M.Des students (b) Mess dues payable by 2013 entry students 8. Financial assistance and other support 9. General guidelines 10. Application procedure 11. Refund of fees 12. Important instructions for filling application form 13. Contact telephone/FAX nos. Annexure-I Research Programmes : Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Annexure -II M.Tech./M.S.(Research) and M.Des. Programmes offered Annexure-III Options for M.Tech., M.S.(Research) & M.Des. Programmes according to the discipline in which the candidate holds the Qualifying Degree Annexure-IV GATE Score cut off for admission to non-sponsored full-time M.Tech. Programmes in the Academic Year 2012-2013 Some Important Information for Candidates
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Message to the Applicants from Dean, Academics
Dear Applicant, I am very happy to note that firstly you are planning to pursue your post graduate education and secondly you are considering IIT Delhi as one of your choices. India is fast emerging as a knowledge economy and in the next decade or so would emerge as a major centre for research and technology development. In this context your decision to pursue post graduate education would definitely have a significant impact on your long term career prospects. IIT Delhi with its 39 M.Tech., 26 Ph.D, 9 MS(R), 3 M.Sc, 2 MBA and M.Des programmes offers you an extensive choice of specialization. The strength of the Institute is its 450+ highly qualified faculty due to which it is continuously ranked among the top 50 technical institutions globally (Times Higher Education Supplement http:// www.timeshighereducation.co.uk) In the last few years we have been constantly working towards making our rules, regulations and policies governing post graduate education flexible and attractive to potential candidates. I am writing this letter to make you aware of some major policy changes in the last couple of years. 1. At IIT Delhi most academic departments/centres offer M.Tech. and PhD programmes while some of them also offer an MS(R) programme. Major policy changes now permit the student to switch from one programme to another anytime after one semester of joining. For example, a candidate joining an M.Tech. programme can apply for switch to a PhD programme in the same department (or even in another eligible department) after completing 12 credits of courses with a minimum GPA of 8.0. All his/her credits, if relevant to the new programme, can be transferred and thus make his/her transfer to the new programme as a student with advanced standing. Similar flexibility exists for switching between other programmes. Last year IIT Delhi initiated sponsored research activity worth approximately Rs. Rs. 100 crores which is expected to grow further this year. Candidates wanting to gain project experience along with post graduate education can apply and join one of the sponsored projects simultaneously with admission to the post graduate degree. Apart from gaining experience, various schemes provide for much higher assistantship amounts when you participate in the sponsored research projects. One significant policy change that has been adopted is the recruitment for the project can also be carried out by the same department research committee (DRC) that admits students to the post graduate programmes. IIT Delhi is striving towards ensuring each of its Ph.D students and a good number of post graduate students have an opportunity to present a paper and attend at least one international conference before they graduate. A number of initiatives taken in the last couple of years have yielded significant results. Visit http://www.iitd.ac.in for other details.
There are many more things I would like to share with you but I would wait for your joining IIT Delhi. Once accepted for admission in one of your preferred post graduate programmes, I would like to see you in the Orientation Programme between 18th and 21st July 2013. Yours sincerely Prof. Anurag Sharma Dean, Academics, IIT Delhi
2013 April 17. 2013 July 17. 2013 April 23.June 14.Important Dates Submission of online application commences on Last date for submission of online application Last date for payment of fee to SBI branches through challan Range of dates for Tests / Interviews Date for reporting at IIT Delhi for Orientation / Registration March 12. 2013 iv . 2013 . 2013 May 14.
to conduct its own examinations and to award its own degrees. Though each Department/Centre is a separate entity. imaginatively laid out with picturesque landscape. The Institute campus is about 19 kms away from the Delhi Main Railway Station. INTRODUCTION Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is one of the seven established Institutes of Technology in India. The Institute campus area extends to 320 acres with many interesting topographical features. The nearest Metro Station is Hauz Khas. Guwahati and Roorkee. stadium and playing fields. all the Departments/Centres together constitute an integrated complex.) programmes every year. Campus: IIT Delhi is a residential Institution and provides residential facilities to the students as well as the teaching staff as per availability. Bombay. The Institute admits about 850 students for the undergraduate (B. The teaching methods rely on direct personal contact between the teachers and the students. 14 kms from the New Delhi Railway Station. the National Council of Educational Research & Training on the South and the outer Ring Road on the North. numerous buildings and wide roads.1. seminar rooms. 1963” and renamed “Indian Institute of Technology Delhi”. Established as a College of Engineering in 1961./ M.B. Government has set up nine more Institutes of Technology./ M. Intellectual alertness. Kanpur. Madras.A. the campus presents a spectacle of harmony in architecture and natural beauty. The amphitheater constructed in modern style is an added amenity at the centre./M. Large lecture theatres with modern amenities and equipment for projection have been located adjacent to two or more Departments for common use. banks./Ph. 22 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport and 10 kms from the domestic terminal of Delhi Airport.S.D.Sc. research and Library facilities.Tech) programmes and about 1400 students for the postgraduate (M. the Jawaharlal Nehru University complex on the West. engineering and technology. ATMs. Location: IIT Delhi is situated at Hauz Khas in South Delhi. 21 kms from the Inter State Bus Terminal. hobbies workshop. hospital. research and development in science.Tech. the others being Kharagpur. The Institute offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes through its Departments and Centres. Living in such an environment with people having similar goals and aspirations is an exciting experience during one’s academic life and is of considerable value in one’s professional career. the Institute was declared an Institute of National Importance under the “Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act. It was then accorded the status of a university with powers to decide its own academic policy. 1 . The candidates selected for admission live in pleasant surroundings of intellectually stimulating campus. shopping centres. post office. community centre. The central two-storeyed block with a swimming pool and a gymnasium hall has amenities such as squash courts. The Students Activities Centre provides all facilities for students’ extracurricular and physical development. music rooms and other multipurpose rooms for reading and indoor games. Recently. The main academic building houses various teaching. These Institutes have been created as centres of excellence for higher training. The campus also provides such amenities as staff clubs. creativity and talent for innovation go into the making of an engineering leader today and continue to be essential for professional competence tomorrow. bounded by the Sri Aurobindo Marg on the East. use the most modern equipment and laboratory facilities available and go through the specialised courses designed to meet the challenge of the future.Des.(Research)/ M.
2. The prominent features of the credit system are process of continuous evaluation of a student’s performance. (S)he has full responsibility for conducting the course. This Faculty member is called the Course Coordinator. For any difficulty a student is expected to approach the Course Co-ordinator for advice and clarification. CREDIT SYSTEM Education at the Institute is organised around the credit system of study. 2 . and a flexibility to allow a student to progress at an optimum pace suited to his/her ability or convenience subject to fulfilling minimum requirement for continuation. The minimum academic requirements for the various degrees including minimum & maximum credits to be registered in a particular semester are indicated in the Prospectus for the year 2013-2014 which will be supplied to the admitted candidates on the date of Orientation. Each course has a certain number of credits which describe its weightage. Every course is co-ordinated by a member of the teaching staff of the Department which offers the course in a given semester. A minimum Grade Point Average is required to be maintained for satisfactory progress. co-ordinating the work of the other members of the faculty involved in that course and for holding tests and assignments and awarding grades. A student’s performance is measured by the number of credits that he/she has completed satisfactorily.
5. degree is in recognition of high achievements. Ph. They must join the institute within 4 weeks after the issue of admission offer unless specifically permitted otherwise. programmes are advertised in the month of March and October each year in the Employment news as well as in leading newspapers and admissions are carried out in the months of May and December. Ph./M.Tech. Applications are invited from candidates by advertising the programmes in Employment News/leading newspapers in March for the first semester and in October for the second semester every year. Admission is subject to vacancy being available in the relevant specializations.Tech. DRC/CRC may decide to conduct a written test as well to screen the candidates. Programmes The award of the Ph. programmes is normally made on the basis of an interview conducted by the Department/Centre concerned through its Department Research Committee (DRC) / Centre Research Committee (CRC). independent research and application of scientific knowledge to the solution of technical and scientific problems.D programme is possible any time in the year through DRC/CRC. The details of research programmes in various Departments/ Centres are given in Annexure-I. Duration of the programmes: Minimum period of registration required for students with M. Ph.D.5. their performance until the preceding semester (preceding year if their programmes are year based) would be considered but their admission would be provisional. or equivalent qualifications is 3 years.Tech. Creative and productive inquiry is the basic concept underlying the research work.D. This table includes most of the degrees but each DRC/CRC is free to specify the qualifications and disciplines acceptable for admission to their programmes. Candidates in the final year of their programmes and who expect to complete all their qualifying degree requirements before the third week of July 2013 are eligible to apply for admissions. Admission to the PhD Programmes: Admission to the Ph.D. admission to Ph. special make up or pre-doctoral courses are given by each Department/ Centre.Sc. Such candidates must also fulfill the required academic qualification/ experience at the time of interview.Tech or equivalent degree holders are required to complete a minimum of 6* credits with a minimum required GPA of 7.3./M. scholars can join the institute at any time of the year though the course registration will be possible only at the beginning of the subsequent semester. or equivalent degree are required to complete a minimum of 12* credits with a minimum required GPA of 7.D. Normally candidates having a B. For short-listing purposes. All candidates are allowed a maximum of 7 years for submission of their thesis. I(a) Minimum Qualifications for admission to Full-time PhD Programmes: Table-1 defines the minimum qualifications required for admission to fulltime PhD programmes at IIT Delhi for General/OBC (Non-creamy Layer) category students.A. Further. *A Department/Centre may specify a higher credit requirement for all their PhD programmes and/or require an individual scholar to complete a larger number of credits based on his/her background and preparation level. M. subject to their meeting the minimum eligibility criteria after their final qualifying examination results are announced.D. 3 . Admission schedule: Normally. ADMISSION PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS I. These courses are given either by faculty member or by guest speakers and specialists in the profession. Please note: • • • These are Institute minimum requirements and any Department/Centre operating through their DRC/CRC can specify higher short-listing criteria than what is specified here. or equivalent qualifications is 2 years whereas those with B. Course work and other academic requirements: In order to overcome any deficiency in the breadth of fundamental training or proper foundation for advanced work.
Candidates holding MBA degree.75 to 6. 1.75 CGPA on a 10-point scale Qualification through national level examination requirements M. Only employees of Public Sector Undertakings or Government Departments or Research and Development Organizations or Private Industries (approved by Faculty Boards) are eligible for admission to these programmes. 6./MBA/M./MBBS or equivalent Nil GATE score >= 300 or qualifying or equivalent score whichever is higher CSIR/UGC NET/ICAR/ICMR/DST INSPIRE fellowship Qualified GATE/CSIR/UGC NET/ICAR/DST INSPIRE fellowship B.E. or equivalent M. etc)) having CPI/ CGPA 7.5 relaxation in CGPA may be permitted for admission to the PhD programme in Humanities & Social Sciences. and/or B. degree in English. All candidates should have a minimum experience of two years as on 1st August. 2013 for admission in July 2013.00 scale) at the end of 3rd year are also eligible for admission to PhD.Techs.Table 1: Minimum Qualification for Admission to full-time PhD Programmes Qualifying Degree Minimum performance in Qualification degree for General/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) category students 60% marks or 6. 2.Sc.25) and GATE score requirement from 300 to 200. 3. the requirement of qualification through a national examination (row three in Table 1) is waived off.Tech or equivalent 70% marks or 7.0 or above./B. For SC/ST/PH category students. 4.E. Qualifying degree performance is computed by aggregating performance over all the semesters/years of the qualifying degree. relaxations and clarifications: 1. 4 . The requirement of qualification through a national examination (row three in Table 1) is waived off. IIIT’s. 2. M. are eligible for applying to the PhD programme in the Department of Management Studies. 5. from IITs graduating with a CGPA of 8./M. 7.Sc.D.00 (at 10. a 5% relaxation in marks or 0. For candidates with M.Tech. In respect of MA. Students from CFTIs (Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (IIT’s. minimum performance in the qualifying degree with postgraduate qualifications (first two rows) is relaxed from 60% to 55% (6./M.75 CGPA on a 10-point scale 60% marks or 6.A.Tech.5 CGPA on a 10-point scale Exemptions. For assistantship purposes candidates with MBBS qualification will be considered equivalent to M.A. NIT’s. I(b) Minimum Qualifications for admission to Part-time and Sponsored (full-time) PhD Programmes: The following eligibility conditions apply for the Part-time and sponsored full-time programmes.
Sponsored (full-time) candidates seeking admission to a Ph. the candidate would be treated as on duty with usual salary and allowances. Minimum qualification for these candidates is the same as for full-time candidates except that the requirement of qualifying in a national examination (column 3 in Table 1) is waived off.D programme on the basis of study leave. and that he/she will be fully relieved and granted study leave for a minimum period of 3 years (2years for M. facilities for research in the candidate’s field of research are available at the candidate’s place of work. and equivalent degree holders). DRC/ CRC may specify a higher residency requirement based on the courses recommended as well as the background. 4.Tech.3. and he/she will be fully relieved from duty and permitted to reside at the Institute for the period required residency (This is not a requirement for candidates who are working in NCR or in organizations located within a distance of 50 KMs from the Institute). 6. Part-time candidates are required to submit a “No Objection Certificate” on a proper letterhead from the appropriate authority in the organization clearly stating the following: the candidate is permitted to pursue studies on a part-time basis that his/her official duties permit him/her to devote sufficient time for research. For part-time candidates from outside NCR (or at a radial distance of more than 50 KMs from IIT Delhi). 5 . 5. there is a minimum residency requirement of 6 months. must submit a “Sponsorship Certificate” on a proper letterhead from the appropriate authority in the organization clearly stating the following: for the period of his/her studies in the programme.
Programmes The Institute runs a number of M. M. admission to MS(R) programmes is also possible at any time in the year through DRC/CRC/PEC. The list of programmes to which a graduate of a specific discipline is eligible to apply. Some of these programmes are interdisciplinary programmes (IDP) where multiple academic units are involved in running of each of these programmes. Such candidates must also fulfill the required academic qualifications /experience at the time of interview. Industry sponsors also play a significant role in defining the projects. and M.D. In these programmes either industry supports full-time students recruited by the Institute or sponsors their employees for the programme. admission. Master of Design (or M. or M. In this process save considerable amount of time to complete Ph.Tech. In either case. (Research) programmes offered by various Departments and Centres. The listing of all the Masters' programmes is given in Annexure-II.S.S. regular Industry feedback is obtained to adopt and improve the curriculum to the needs of the industry. They are expected to complete their credit requirements in six semesters (maximum of ten semesters) by registering for a lower load than full-time students in each semester. M. M.II. MS(R) to M. and M. though the course registration in such cases will be possible only at the beginning of the subsequent semester. Part-Time programmes: IIT Delhi offers most of its M.Tech. With these changes. just like Ph.Tech. to PhD.Tech. M.Des. and MS(R) to PhD. progarmmes have two-thirds of the credits for the course work while MS(R) programmes have two-thirds of the credits for the thesis component. Further. IIT Delhi has adopted major changes in its rules and regulations.D. IDPs are administered through a Programme Executive Committee or PEC. is given in Annexure III.S.Tech. Eligibility for programmes: B. it is now possible for a student to join M. M. Programme) in Industrial Design is also offered as an Interdisciplinary Programme. programmes are advertised in the month of March each year in the Employment news as well as in leading newspapers and admissions are carried out in the month of May. M.Tech. Flexibility of movement: Very recently. Please note it may not always be feasible to slot all courses of the programme in the morning and those candidates applying for part-time programmes should be flexible to take courses at other times if required. They must join the institute within 4 weeks after the issue of admission offer unless specifically permitted otherwise.TECH.Tech/MS(R)/M. Admission schedule: Normally.S. programmes is 4 semesters (24 months) for full time and 6 semesters (36 months) for part-time programmes.Tech. / M. These changes enable easy mobility of students from M./MS (R) at IIT Delhi and then they can apply for change to a research programme if they feel confident.Tech.Des.(R) programmes mainly differ in the fraction of course and project/thesis credits. students with different backgrounds are eligible to be admitted to the programme. They can be admitted to the institute at any time of the year. MS(R) programmes are also advertised in the month of October followed by admissions in December. (Research) / M.Des. Also in these IDPs. Programme duration: The minimum duration of M. /MS(R) programmes in the part-time mode for working professionals. Departments /Centres offer most of the core courses between 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM to enable these working professions to attend classes as well as continue with their full-time employment..Des.(Research) and M.Tech. IIT Delhi also offers a number of industry-sponsored programmes. 6 .Sc.Tech to MS(R). degree holders of a particular discipline are eligible for admission to one or more programmes. Admission is subject to vacancy being available in the relevant specializations.
/ MS(R)/ M.Tech. Admission to M./MS(R) programmes without interview to exceptionally meritorious students. In such cases.Tech.Sc or equivalent B. GATE score is given a minimum weight of 70% in judging the overall performance of the candidates appearing for interview. Programmes: Table 2 defines the minimum qualifications required for admission to full-time M. (Admission with test/interview) B.Tech/ M.Des./MS(R) (Admission with test/interview) M. This is the Institute minimum and again DRC/CRC/PEC is free to set higher eligibility criteria for direct admissions without interview. Des.75 CGPA on a 10. This table includes many degrees for eligibility but each DRC/CRC/PEC is free to specify the qualifying degree disciplines as well as GATE disciplines acceptable for admission to their programmes. Des.Tech. (Direct Admission without test/interview) M.Des./B.Sc or equivalent B.II(a) Minimum qualifications and procedure for admission to Full-time M. Candidates in the final year of their programmes and who expect to complete all their qualifying degree requirements before third week of July 2013 are eligible to apply for admission.E./MS(R) (Direct Admission without test/interview) M./B.Tech/MS(R)/M.Tech/ M. subject to their meeting the minimum eligibility criteria after their final qualifying examination results are announced.E.Sc or equivalent B.Tech/ M./B.Tech./MS(R)/M. For shortlisting purposes. DRC/CRC/PEC is empowered to offer direct admission for M./B.Tech.Tech/ M. The minimum performance required by such candidates is listed in Table 2.point scale National level examination requirements M.E.Sc or equivalent GATE score > = 300 or qualifying score whichever is higher GATE score > = 300 or qualifying score whichever is higher CEED Percentile >=75 CEED Percentile >=75 7 . Programmes Programme & Admission type Qualifying Degree Minimum performance in the qualifying degree for General/ OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) category students 75% marks or 8.5 CGPA on a 10-point scale 60% marks or 6.Des programmes at IIT Delhi for General/OBC (Non-creamy Layer) category students.E.75 CGPA on a 10.5 CGPA on a 10-point scale 60% marks or 6.Des programmes are carried out by first short-listing the eligible candidates (meeting the minimum performance in their qualifying degree – Column 3 of Table 2) and scoring above a GATE / CEED cut off specified for that programme and then conducting written test / interview at IIT Delhi. In this context please note: • • These are Institute minimum requirements and any Department/Centre operating through their DRC/CRC/PEC can specify higher short-listing criteria than what is specified here. their performance till the preceding semester (preceding year if their programmes are year based) would be considered but their admission would be provisional.Tech. • • • Table 2: Minimum Qualification for Admission to full-time M. GATE / CEED cut offs for various Programmes last year (admission year 2012) is tabulated in Annexure IV./ MS(R) /M.point scale 75% marks or 8. DRC/CRC/PEC may also decide not to offer any direct admissions without interviews.
Techs.Des. Only employees of Public Sector Undertakings or Government Departments or Research and Development Organizations or Private Industries (approved by Faculty Boards) are eligible for admission to these programmes. Employees of only those organizations which are located within 50 KMs radius of IIT Delhi are eligible to be considered for admission to part-time M. Programmes.5) and GATE score requirement from 300 to 200. 6.Tech/ MS(R)/M. minimum performance in the qualifying degree is relaxed from 60% to 55% (6. the candidate would be treated as on duty with usual salary and allowances.0 or above./MS(R)/M. 2013 for admission in July 2013./ MS(R) programmes 3. that he/she will be fully relieved and granted study leave for a minimum period of 2 years 7. In this programme. For admission with interview of SC/ST/PH category students (row 3 & 5 of Table 2). 3. they would be required to complete 24 valid undergraduate credits prescribed by the concerned DRC/CRC/ PEC and clear the GATE examination before being actually admitted to the M. programme on the basis of study leave. 4. Minimum qualification for these candidates is the same as for full-time candidates except that the requirement of qualifying in a national examination (column 4 in Table 2) is waived off.Exemptions. from IITs graduating with a CGPA of 8. All candidates should have a minimum experience of one year as on 1st August. Programmes.Des.Tech (Evening) Programme in Energy And Environmental Management is a special programme for working professions only./MS(R) Programmes: The following additional eligibility conditions and relaxations apply for the Part-time and sponsored fulltime programmes.Des programme CEED score is relaxed from 75 percentile to 50 percentile. Qualifying degree performance is computed by aggregating performance over all the semesters/years of the qualifying degree. 5. II(b) Minimum Qualifications for admission to Part-time and Sponsored (full-time) M. 2. For all B.75 to 6. For M. Candidates with AMIE or Grad. Sponsored (full-time) candidates seeking admission to a M. and b.25) and GATE score requirement from 300 to 200. lecture classes are held on week days in the evening between 1830 to 2030 hrs.Tech.Tech. and laboratory classes on Saturdays/ Sundays in the forenoon. however.5 to 7. minimum performance in the qualifying degree is relaxed from 75% to 70% (8. 1. Part-Time M. if provisionally selected for admission based on their AMIE/Grad IETE performance. 2.Des programme CEED score is relaxed from 75 percentile to 50 percentile. 5. Part-time candidates are required to submit a “No Objection Certificate” on a proper letterhead from the appropriate authority in the organization clearly stating the following: the candidate is permitted to pursue studies on a part-time basis that his/her official duties permit him/her to devote sufficient time for studies that he/she will not be transferred to any other place during the period of study 8 . for the period of his/her studies in the programme.Tech. the requirement of qualification through GATE is waived off. IETE qualifications may also be considered for admission to the M. relaxations and clarifications 1. For M. 4. For Direct admission of SC/ST/PH category students (row 2 & 4 of Table 2). must submit a “Sponsorship certificate” on a proper letterhead from the appropriate authority in the organization clearly stating the following: a.Tech.
Des.Des.Des STUDENTS Table 3: Schedule of fee applicable for different programmmes in July 2013 admission. The Institute has nine boys’ hostels. only a limited accommodation is available.Des./DIIT Students (Sponsored. PT and Non Teaching position holders) General/OBC/PH SC/ST MBA Self Financing FT/PT Students General/OBC/PH Full Time General/OBC/PH Part Time SC/ST .in. REGISTRATION FOR COURSES All students are required to report for Orientation and Central Registration before the commencement of each semester according to the schedule/procedure notified in advance. Note : All shortlisted candidates applying for admission under the reserved categories are required to produce the relevant certificate at the time of interview. Programmes. 7.(R)/M.D. The students register themselves for the courses in consultation with the Course Coordinator. 5.5% for ST candidates. Delhi based and sponsored students admitted to M. subject to availability. M.Tech/M. except Married Research Scholar accommodation. For married students. FT./M. Students TOTAL FEES 14385 9385 34385 9385 12685 7585 112385 72752 12385 9 M. The courses to be run by the Departments are made known to the students before registration.S. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION All post-graduate students admitted on full-time basis can. (b) 27% seats are reserved for Non-Creamy layer OBC candidates.Tech. All candidates applying for admission under this category should produce the OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate applicable for OBC’s in the Central list at the time of interview. For details and specimen form visit : http://www. Each hostel. They should also go through the Prospectus regarding the rules governing their academic duties and performance. programmes have a lower priority in hostel accommodation. 6. is self-contained with amenities such as a reading room. Students Receiving Institute/Project Assistantship or Teaching positions holders CATEGORY General/OBC/PH SC/ST General/OBC/PH SC/ST All Full Time / Part Time Ph. (c) 3% seats are reserved for the physically handicapped persons in the Postgraduate courses and Ph.D. the required performance levels for continuation of registration may be higher than those given in the Prospectus. the students should go through carefully the Departmental advice of courses for their discipline. On admission. two girls’ hostels and a hostel for married students.iitd. RESERVATION OF SEATS: (a) 15% seats are reserved for SC and 7./MS(R)/M.D./MS(R)/M.ac.4. In some Departments.Tech. FEES AND PAYMENTS (a) INSTITUTE DUES PAYABLE BY 2013 ENTRY PH.Tech/MS(R)/M. a lounge and a dining hall with mess. avail of residential facilities in the hostels. an indoor games room. The admitted students must acquire a copy of the departmental norms in such cases. Hostel rooms are adequately furnished. The hostel for married students has one/two-room suite(s) with an attached bath and a kitchen for each resident family.
24. 3300/-.The exact amount of fees and mode of payment will be indicated in the offer of admission. Details Mess Security Deposit (Refundable) Mess Admission (one time payment)(Non refundable) Mess Advance (one time payment adjustable against mess dues) SCOOPS membership (one time payment)(Non refundable) Total Boys Rs.m.SC/ST students are given 100% exemption from payment of tuition fee . FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND OTHER SUPPORT I.00 at the end of a semester in respect of those semesters when the student has been assigned course work will be considered as satisfactory performance.p. With M.000 Rs.000/. 16.000/. 3. .Time students are not to pay Hostel Seat Rent 3300/-. or equivalent qualifications Rs.m. .500 Girls Rs./M.Sc.p. Programme A scheme for the award of Teaching/Research Assistantship for providing financial assistance to the students exists.400 Rs. For details of SGPA calculation refer to the Institute Prospectus. Rs.Tech. Rs.p. student is 4 years. (b) MESS DUES PAYABLE BY 2013 ENTRY STUDENTS Membership of associated mess is compulsory for those allotted Hostel accommodation. 100 Rs. Ph.400 Rs. Continuation of the assistantship during the subsequent semesters is contingent upon satisfactory academic performance and satisfactory performance in the discharge of responsibilities assigned under the assistantship scheme.E. those non-sponsored students who are admitted on full-time basis are considered for the award of Half Time Teaching/Research Assistantship. 100 Rs.Note: .000 Rs. .000 Rs. These rates have been significantly enhanced by the MHRD recently and are as indicated below: Table 5: Assistantship amounts for Full-time Institute PhD students Period of assistantship First 2 years of registration Next 2 years of registration Assistantship amount With B.D.2. For this purpose an SGPA of 7. 12.000/-.E./M.500 8.Tech/B. 20. The maximum duration for which assistantship can be awarded to a Ph.D.m.The Institute Dues payable at the time of admission includes a refundable security deposit of Rs.Part . the assistantship is awarded for one semester./MBBS or equivalent qualifications Rs. 11.000/. 10 .25. 10.p. Hours/week assistance to be provided 8 8 Other conditions and benefits: In addition the full-time students enjoy a number of benefits but are also required to satisfy academic performance requirements for continuation of assistantship from semester to semester. 10.Non-Hostlers need not to pay the Hostel Seat Rent of Rs.18. Table 4: Mess Dues applicable at the time of joining the Mess for July 2013 admissions.m. They will be required to pay Mess Dues at the time of joining as detailed in Table 4. In the first instance. 3.000 Rs. In terms of this scheme.000/.18.
000/.000/. A copy of the format would be given along with the admission offer letter. All such work can be undertaken only with the consent of their supervisor(s). they can avail the CSIR fellowship for doing the Ph. (Research) and M.p. 20. Sponsored (Fulltime) candidates employed in CSIR/DRDO/PSUs may also be offered assistantship provided they have qualified either GATE or any other national level examination like CSIR/UGC NET/ICAR etc. 10. and fulfill the requirement for award of assistantship and their employer has no objection to the same. In the first instance./MS(R)/M. This assistantship would be over and above the emoluments he/she may be getting from his/her parent institution. He/She will have to produce on the date of Central Registration.S.Tech/M.Tech/ M. by the PI/CI of the project. For this purpose an SGPA of not less than 7. a certificate to that effect in the prescribed format. However. Programmes on full-time basis are considered for the award of ‘Half-time’ Research/Teaching Assistantship under which they will be paid Rs. Senate.S. Apart from Institute assistantship.75 in the case of SC/ST/PH) at the end of the semester is treated as satisfactory academic performance.D.8. This would enable interested students with the consent of their supervisor and DRC/CRC to undertake a research visit which would increase his/her exposure while adding value to his/her work.Des.TECH/MS (R) / M. The faculty of an Engineering/Science College sponsored by his/her institution for pursuing Ph.m. In exceptional cases with the approval of the Chairman. 3. Thereafter continuation of the assistantship during each semester is contingent upon satisfactory academic performance and satisfactory performance in the discharge of responsibilities assigned under the assistantship scheme. - - - - - II M. please contact your respective department/centre. All students including faculty of engineering/science colleges meeting the academic qualifications for admission as full-time students with Institute assistantship are also entitled to apply for these. at IIT Delhi and meeting all the academic requirements of full-time Institute assistantship can be considered by the DRC/CRC for the award of Institute Assistantship. It is expected that all assistantship holders will have good general physique. The present scheme is described below: Students admitted to M. Only full-time non-sponsored students who have qualified GATE/CEED are eligible for assistantship. 11 - - - . The admission is subject to his/her being found medically fit.Des students participating in a sponsored project/ consultancy project (in addition to their assistantship work) can be paid an honorarium of upto Rs.per month and would be required to provide assistance of 8 hours/week to the Department/Centre The maximum duration for which Assistantship can be awarded to M.once during the program as partial financial assistance for presenting papers abroad in good academic conferences Institute is in the process of formalizing a number of agreements with leading foreign institutions or agencies for supporting upto 6 months long research visits by PhD students.p.m. Candidates qualified for CSIR JRF will not be allowed to avail fellowship for doing M.Tech. IIT Delhi has a number of assistantships sponsored by national as well as international institutions and/or industries. All such work can be undertaken only with the consent of their supervisor(s). All fulltime M.- All fulltime students participating in a sponsored project/consultancy project (in addition to their assistantship work) can be paid an honorarium of upto Rs. For more information on the availability of such scholarships in your area.DES STUDENTS A scheme for the award of Teaching/Research Assistantship for providing financial assistance to the students exists.(R) programmes. by the PI/CI of the project. Institute provides a seed money of Rs.000/.D programme.Tech/ MS(R )/ M.00 (6.Des students is 4 semesters. the assistantship is awarded only for one semester.000/.
(g) The Ph. in any respect.00 350/400 87./M.50 IInd Year 205/400 51.83% (of all the years/semesters) (c) Admission on part-time basis is further subject to the availability of seats for part-time and decision of the respective DRC/CRC/PEC.Tech. selection result and operation of waiting list please contact the concerned Deptt. given on page 18 of this brochure./MS(R)/M. Indian Students pursuing M. Failure to inform the P. For any query regarding date of interview. - - 9. The Department/Centre will call an adequate number of eligible candidates for a written test/interview which may be held between May 14 to June 14. 2013. 2013. A copy of the format would be given along with the admission offer letter. (d) Candidates who are in the final year of their qualifying examination can be considered for admission only if they complete the requirement of their final examination including Viva-Voce by 21 July.G. Programmes. is liable to be rejected. if any. However. (R) at IIT Delhi are eligible for this scholarship for doing their thesis work for about 6 months at one of the nine German technical Universities Institute is pursuing a number of other collaborative agreements with leading research laboratories an universities to enable such research visits by post-graduate students It is expected that all assistantship holders will have good general physique. He/She will have to produce on the date of Central Registration./Centre at the Telephone Nos. if the requirements of their qualifying degree including Viva-Voce.25 IIIrd Year 210/400 52. GENERAL GUIDELINES (a) The minimum eligibility criteria indicated above for each programme is only an enabling clause. (b) The minimum prescribed 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the qualifying examination) is calculated by IIT Delhi as per example given below: Years 1st Semester (%) 1st year 250/400 62. The admission is subject to his/her being found medically fit.50 IVth Year 240/400 60. (f) Application incomplete. Section. 12 .50 280/400 70. minimum background expected to cope with the programme etc.S.00 Total 905/1600 IInd Semester (%) 290/400 72. this provision will not apply to the sponsored and parttime candidates.- Apart from the above mentioned scheme for teaching/research assistantships.Tech. D. (e) The applications will be scrutinized by the Department/Centre concerned.G. The Deptt.Des. a certificate to that effect in the prescribed format. (h) No TA/DA will be paid to the candidates applying for M.00 1070/1400 Aggregate (% age./Centre may fix higher criteria at the time of short listing keeping in view the number of candidates. (For more information on these scholarships/ assistantships/fellowships please contact the respective department). candidates called for appearing in test and/or interview will be paid to and fro II Class Railway Fare by shortest route. 2013. 2013. are not met by 21 July.) 1975/3000=65. Section about non-completion shall result in forfeiture of entire fees deposited by them in addition to cancellation of their admissions. Candidates must inform P.50 150/200 75. there are a number of fellowships/scholarships instituted by Industries/Individuals. A number of DAAD scholarships under the Sandwich System may be available. The exact date for the test/interview will be communicated by the Department/Centre. IIT Delhi in writing by 21 July.
(b) Separate application form should be filled for each M.Tech programme. 11.(R) programme. The Ph. He/she may give upto four choices in order of preference for the M. (h) Filling of false information will lead to rejection of application/cancellation of admission. In case a candidate is found to have filled more than one form of a particular department.2013. he/she will be considered only for two choices for which he/she is eligible in the order of preference given. (g) Part-time/Sponsored (full-time) candidates must submit NOC/Sponsorship Certificate from their employer at the time of interview. programme of a particular department should fill a separate application form.(i) A provisional list of applicants selected for admission and of applicants selected for the award of Assistantship alongwith those placed on waiting will be displayed on the Department/Centre notice board within a day of the test/interview. The selected candidates would be required to pay the first installment of fees soon after the admission offer letter is issued to the candidates failing which seats will be offered to those on the waiting list.ac.iitd. Online submission of application form may be made by accessing the Institute website <http://www.Tech.Des.D.Tech. The last date for submission of bank challan for payment to SBI branch is 25.G.iitd. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Submission of Application is only through online procedure.000/. However.Des. (e) The applicant seeking admission to M. his/her candidature will be cancelled. 75/=. For payment of application fee the candidate will generate a bank challan for each form submitted online and make payment through challan to the nearest branch of State Bank of India after two days of generating the bank challan. Candidates are NOT required to send hard copy of the application form and bank challan. Candidates belonging to General/OBC category are required to pay for each application form a fee of Rs. (R)/M.1.D.ac. 225/= and the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PH categories are required to pay Rs.in. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING APPLICATION FORM (a) Separate application form should be filled for Ph. programme codes are given in Annexure-II.if the candidates do not join the programme after paying the dues and leave the Institute by applying for refund on or before the date of registration For refund of fees and/or security deposit the student must apply on the prescribed form available from the P. academic year 2013-2014. programme for each Department/Centre. Section. 10.in>. IIT Delhi or the Institute Website : http:// www. (d) Separate application form should be filled for each interdisciplinary M. Programmes available in that department.Tech. 12. 13 .S. (i) Fill the programme code at the appropriate place in the Application Form. programme codes are given in Annexure-I and M.e. programmes during the Academic year 2012-2013 is given in Annexure IV.Tech/M.04. programme.S. REFUND OF FEES The whole amount of fees/other charges deposited by the students will be refundable after deduction of Rs. (c) Separate application form should be filled for M. This is only for the candidate’s reference and the criteria may even change substantially based on applications received for the current admissions i. (f) GATE score cut off criteria used for short-listing candidates in different non-sponsored (full-time) M.
For query regarding date of interview. Tools & Technology Telecommunication Technology and Management Industrial Design (M. CONTACT TELEPHONE/FAX NOS.Des. selection result and operation of waiting list please contact the concerned Deptt.TECH./Centre at the following Telephone Nos. Section at the following fax/ telephone Nos.) 26591291 26591280 26591437 26561494 26591085 26596200 26591431 26596121 26591147 26596200 26596056 26596104 26591101 26591301 26596132 26591251 26591281 26591431 26591421 26591121 26596585 TELEPHONE 26591201 26591001 26591021 26591501 26591241 26591291 26591071 26591371 26591171 26591471 26591051 26591331 26591401 14 . / M.DES.: Fax: 11-26582032 Tel: 11-26591723 2.13. 1. PROGRAMMES Computer Applications Industrial Tribology & Maintenance Engineering (ITMMEC) Instrument Technology Polymer Science & Technology VLSI Design.G. For any query/clarification please contact P. DEPARTMENTS Applied Mechanics Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Electrical Engineering Humanities & Social Sciences Management Studies Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Physics Textile Technology CENTRES Applied Research in Electronics Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Energy Studies ITMMEC Instrument Design Development Polymer Science & Engineering Rural Development & Technology National Resource Centre for Value Education in Engineering SCHOOLS Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology & Management Amar Nath and Shashi Khosla School of Information Technology School of Biological Sciences INTERDISCIPLINARY R&D PROGRAMMES Opto-Electronics and Optical Communication Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme INTERDISCIPLINARY M.
protein conformation study and structure-function relationship using biophysical methods. development of bio-sensors for detection of various analytes. Mechanical Properties of Solids. Biosimilars. Off-Shore Structures. Structural Stability. Severe Plastic Deformation. biopolymers. development of expression systems in bacteria and yeasts. Reliability Engineering. Waste Management. Computational fluid dynamics. 15 . Biomass. Membrane Synthesis & Processes. Aerodynamics. Non-linear Dynamics and Chaos. chromatographic separation techniques. Environmental Biotechnology: The development of reactors and processes for stabilization of organic and industrial wastes. Impact Mechanics.. Biomechanics/Cell Mechanics. Piezothermoelasticity. Dynamic Plasticity. Hydrodynamic Stability. Bioseparations and Bioprocessing complex fluids.D. Physical and Mechanical Metallurgy. Biochemistry and molecular biology: Industrial enzymes. Design Engg. Damage Mechanics. Protein Characterization. Colloid Science. Crystal. Polymers. & Biotechnology [Code BEZ] Microbial and Enzyme Engineering: Analysis and design of microbial and enzyme reactors for production of industrially important products such as biofuels. Modeling Simulation and Optimization. Failure Analysis. bioenergetics and biological molecular machines.. Smart Structures. Phase Transformations. development of recombinant clones for overproduction of enzymes and metabolites. Plasticity. Turbulence. Environmental cracking. Department of Chemical Engineering [Code CHZ] Mixing. Computer Aided Design. Active Vibration Control. fuel cells. water purification etc. industrial enzymes. Renewable hydrogen and Fule Cells. Process operations Planning and scheduling. Animal and plant cell culture: Development of cell culture techniques for cultivation of plant and animal cells in specialized reactors for production of therapeutic compounds. Electron Microscopy. in the following areas in the various Departments/Centres: Department of Applied Mechanics [Code AMZ] Large Deformations. Railway Vehicle Dynamics. Polymer Rheology. Nano Composites. Fracture Mechanics. Turbulent Heat Transfer Compressible Flows. Fluid-structure Interaction Computer Aided Design. Department of Biochemical Engg. Interfacial Engineering. application of artificial neural networks for control of bio processes. Experimental and Computational Methods in Solids and Fluids. structural Health Monitoring. Particle Technology. Biosensors. catalysis and Reactor Engineering. Fluidization. organic solvents. Elasticity. Nano Materials. Functionally Graded Materials. Composite Materials and structures Plates and Shells. Metal Foams. Soft materials. Engineering alternatives.. biofertilizers and biopesticides etc. Quality by design. Internal and External Flows. Nano Technology.D. chaperone-mediated proteins folding of native and recombinant proteins. Petroleum Refining Engineering. Fatigue. Environmental Engineering. Residual Life Estimation.ANNEXURE-I RESEARCH PROGRAMMES : DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PH. Functionally Graded Structures. control of Reactors. Distillation and other separation processes. multiphase flow & rectors. application of bio-informatic tools for development of bioprocesses. Availability and Maintainability Engg. Pipeline Engineering. Amorphous Materials.) The Institute offers research programmes leading to the degree of Ph. Computational Fluid Dynamics. Bioseparation and down stream processing: Membrane separation techniques. Snow Mechanics. Solid-Liquid Flows.
sustainable development (Urban cities/growth centres). foundation engineering.slope stability and dams. Landfill Management. Fuzzy systems. stability & folding. Supramolecular chemistry. seismic microzonation. tall buildings. geoenvironmental engineering. self compacting concrete. Enzyme Immobilization and Bioeonvcrsions. Membrane Process. Ion-exchangers. water and waste water treatment. RCC and steel structures. Molecular organization and recognition. Organometallics. geotechnology for tracks and pavements. Bio separations. Hazard analysis. Modeling. simulation and optimization of Environmental systems.Department of Chemistry [Code CYZ] : Theoretical Chemistry. incineration. contract administration. Pcptidc synthesis. damage assessment and strengthening. climate change and health impact. Landslides and man movement. bridges. landfills. computational methods. durability of concrete. concrete Technology. reinforced soil. 16 . geophysical methods. Pavement design (flexible and rigid). Solid stale chemistry. masonry. Pavement management systems. photovoltaics) Nanocatalysis in ionic liquids. Modeling of pedestrian behavior. non-destrrctive testing and evaluation using ultrasound. solid waste management. indoor air pollution. engineered bamboo structures. wind engineering. pile dynamics. engineering geology. Dynamic behavior of tunnels and slopes. Design of reusable biocatalyst. offshore structures. ground improvement: geosynthetics. biomechanics. financial analysis. Highway engineering. Carbohydrate Chemistry. circulating fluidized bed operations. structural health monitoring. plasticity and creep of concrete. Characterization of pavement materials. Quantum & classical computer simulation on chemical and biochemical systems. Expert systems in transportation engineering. subsurface imaging using ultrasonic wave propagation. Blast and impact analysis. rebar corrosion. Heterogeneous traffic flow modeling. structural control. Mass transportation planning. Enzyme structure. Condition assessment of highway infrastructure. rock mechanics. NMR speetroscopy. local air quality. composites. soil dynamics and earthquake geotechnics. Constitutive modeling of pavement materials. Recycling of civil infrastructure materials. (Nano particles. ash ponds and ash utilization. Aerosol characterization. Inter metallic compounds. Bioorganic chemistry. rock engineering. Coordination & bio-inorganic chemistry. Human Health Risk Assessment. construction Management. Process Developments for the Organic Transformations. quantitative methods in construction management. mechanics of composite materials. Environmental Impact Assessment. Biophysical chemistry Synthetic and Mechanistic organic chemistry. Geometric design of transportation infrastructure. expansive soils. modeling of cements. earthquake engineering. Polymer chemistry. computational methods. constitutive modeling. artificial intelligenc. Environmental impact assessment. structural dynamics. high performance concrete. offshore geotechnology. Non-linear soil-pile interaction. tensigrity structures. energy harvesting from structures Transportation Engineering : Transport planning. microstructural modeling. Non-motorized transport planning. Traffic safety and capacity of hill roads. smart materials and structures. Construction Technology. Urban transport infrastructure planning and design. modeling of damage. Nanomatcrials (optical properties. Environmental Risk Analysis. urban water Management. Non-aqueous enzymology. Geotechnical Engineering : Soil mechanics. Structural Engineering : Analysis and design of structures. Rheology of asphaltic materials. Risk and reliability in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. Non-point source of Pollution. Ground response. Damage modeling of bitumen and bituminous mixtures. Transportation Safety. Site Specific Studies. Airport infrastructure. constitutive modeling. supplementary cementitious materials. Energy Geotechnology. Dielectric malerials. GIS and Remote Sensing Applications for Environmental Management. Construction work zone safety. Fluorescence Speetroscopy (Ensemble & Single molecule) Department of Civil Engineering [Code CEZ] Environmental Engineering : Urban air quality management. Carbon sequesteration. Transport policy. Antibiotics) Emerging water contaminants. underground structures.
Pattern Recognition. Multimedia Systems. Data Mining. Large river basin modeling. Powers System. Graph algorithms. HVDC & FACTS. Indian Economics Macro and International Development. planning and management. Labour economics. Optimal Control. ASIP Synthesis. Mechatronics. Bioremediation. Parameter Estimation. Surface and subsurface drainage. CFD. Speech and Image Processing. Department of Computer Science & Engineering [Code CSZ] Computer Architecture. Communication Engineering : Signal Processing. Mobile computing. Energy Conservation. Industrial Development. Drives. Compilers. Computer Applications in Power (computational intelligence. Environmental impact assessment of water resources projects. Department of Humanities & Social Sciences [Code HUZ] Development Economics. Network measurement and modeling. River water quality modeling. Microwaves. Foundations and Models of Computing. Control Engineering : Control theory Robust Control. Discrimination. Computer Networks. Ground water contamination. CAD. Numerical methods in control. Hydraulic structures. Serviceoriented computing. Neuro-FUZZY control. Communication Systems. Energy Audit & Efficiency. Hydroclimatology. Wireless and Mobile Communications. Virtual environments. Software Engineering. Parallel and Distributed Computing. microcomputer/DSP control. Empirical Economics.Water Resources Engineering : Hydrology in natural and urban environment. Optimisation. Natural Language Processing. Computer Graphics. Optical Communications. 3D Visualization and Animation. Robotics. Wireless and mesh networks. Issues of Labour. Water resources conflicts. Artificial Intelligence. Computer Architecture. Image Processing. Peer-to-peer networking. Stability. Computer Networks. Instrumentation. Interval Analysis. sliding mode control. Formal Methods and Verification. Sediment transport. Data mining in hydrology. Digital Signal Processing. Snow dynamics. Water allocation. Information Technology. Hydrological modeling and simulation. Model representation. Optoelectronics. CAD software & application) Renewable Energy Systems (Small Hydro. Flow through porous media. Intelligent control. Hardware-Software Co-design. Irrigation management. Databases. Computational Geometry. Climate change effects in water resources. Embedded Systems. soft computing. VLSI Design Automation. Neural Networks. Flood forecasting and modeling. Demography & Population Economics. Social networking. Testing and Fault Diagnosis. Mixed-signal design. Regional Development. Biological and artificial. Randomized and Approximation algorithms. Faulttolerant Design. Artificial Intelligence. Coding & Information Theory. Health and Nutrition. and Remote sensing in Water Resources Engineering. computational electromagnetics. PV. Protection. High-Speed Networks. ad hoc and Sensor networks. Protocol validation and verification. Delay Tolerant Networks and Opportunistic communication. Geometric modeling. Combinatorial Optimization. Watershed modeling. GIS. System level Design and Design Space Exploration. Power Quality. Multimedia systems. Computational and Systems Biology. Bioinformatics. 17 . Embedded Systems. Microelectronics. Antennas. Groundwater modeling. Microprocessor. Computer Aided Circuit Design. distributed parameter systems. Economics of Education. Stochastic processes. Programming Language Semantics and Design. Energy Conversion. Analysis of algorithms. Health Economics. Computer Engineering : Computer Vision. Power Engineering : Electrical Machines. Endogenous growth. Microeconomics. water resources systems. WiFi/WiMax. Power Electronics. AEM. Web-related computation. Wind). Adaptive Systems. Graph Theory. Application of numerical methods. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING [Code EEZ] Electronic Engineering: Electronic Circuits. Macroeconomics. Music information retrieval. Communication Networks. Image Processing. Semantics of Concurrency and Distributed Computation. Computer Vision. Contaminant transport modeling. Leachate pollution. Trade Policy. VLSI.
Contemporary Fiction. International Financial Management. Applied Mathematics. Business Forecasting. Vehicle Dynamics. Department of Mathematics [Code MAZ] Pure Mathematics. Regulation of Technology. Society. Ethics. Biomass gasification. Business Ethics. Sociology of Development. Knowledge Management. Positive Psychology. Sensors and Actuator Design.Sociology of Culture and Knowledge. Work and Society. System Analysis. Continental philosophy. Mutual Funds. Management Information System & Decision Support System. Global Competitiveness. Flexible Systems Management. Phonology. Department of Management Studies [Code SMZ] Production Management and Operations research. Combustion Generated Pollution. Visual Anthropology/Sociology. Organization Management / Behaviour / Development. Marketing Management. Indian English Theatre.engineering. Noise Engineering. Derivative Securities. Social and Political Philosophy. Sociology of Agriculture Technology and Rural Development Policy. Modernist and Postmodernist Literature. Phenomenology. Indian Writing in English. Performance Studies. Economic Sociology. Technology. Design of Microsystems. Structural Dynamic Modification. Aesthetics. Multibody Dynamics. Metaphysics. Sociology of Social Movements. Tibet and Peace Studies. Socio-Legal Studies. Centrifugal and axial compressors Internal 18 . Sociology of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Development. Condition Monitoring. Cultural Studies. Modelling the Impact of Vehicles. Energy efficient kilns. Phenomenological and Multi-dimensional modeling of engines. International Business. Economic Feasibility & Technoeconomic Analysis. Smart structures. Engine Simulation. Corporate Strategy. Nanomechanics. Network Security Management. Rotor Dynamics. Buddhism (including Buddhism in the Himalayas and Political Buddhism). Behavioural Finance. Project Management. Management of Technology. Utilization of biogas. MEMS. Language Education. Mechanical System Design. Philosopy of Science. Robotics. Business Process Re. Postcolonial Literature. Metaphysics of the Self. Impact Biomechanics. Globalization and Transnationalism. Alternate Fuels. Industrial and Hi-Tech Marketing: Public Sector Management. Lubrication. Financial Management. Computer Controlled Mechanisms. Entrepreneurial Management. Mechatronics. Language Variation. Department of Mechanical Engineering [Code MEZ] Design Engineering: Mechanical Vibrations. Science and Technology Policy. Strategic Innovation. Financial analysis. Technology. Managerial Economics. Capital Markets. Environmental Sociology. Philosophy of Culture and History. Climate Policy. Portfolio Management. Social Psychology. Computer Aided Mechanical Design. Philosophy of Mind and Cognition. Intellectual Property Rights. Law. Language Acquisition). Mechanisms. Finite Element Model Updating. Religion and Development. Entrepreneurship. Gender Studies. Philosophy and Film. Application of Multibody Dynamics in Design and analysis of Rural Engineering Systems. Enterprise Resources Planning. Cognitive Studies. Philosophy of Language. Strategic Business Management. Leadership. Thermal Engineering: Internal Combustions Engines. Civil Society and Democratizations Sociology of Religion and Violence. Concurrent Engineering Design. Composite Structures. Energy and Environmental Policy. Management of Information Technology. Damped Structures. Human Resource Management. Artificial Intelligence Applications in Mechanical Engineering & Expert Systems for Design & manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Applications to Medical Science. Environmental Law + Policy. Energy flow through radial rectilinear cascades. Combustion. Dynamic Design. Philosophy of Literature. Productivity and Efficiency Analysis. Epistemology. Wittgenstein. Active Vibration Control. Radiation from flames. New Media Studies. Turbo charging. Total Quality Management. Linguistics (Formal Syntax and Semantics. Experimental Modal Analysis & Identification. Sociol Anthropology of Medicine. International Economics. OR & Statistics and Theoretical Computer Science. Note: (Shortlisted students will be required to submit a two pages research proposal). Hermeneutics. Electronic Commerce. Bearing Dynamics. Disaster Management and Risk Reduction.
Lean Manufacturing. Intelligent Manufacturing. Photonic Metamaterials. high stress elastic materials. Fluid Mechanics & Machines. Measurements & Metrology. Intelligent Manufacturing Systems. Reliability and Maintenance. Nonlinear Optics. nonwovens. textile production and marketing. Metal Casting. Solar cooling. Nonlinear Waves and Instabilities in Plasmas. Department of Textile Technology [Code TTZ] Textile Engineering: Design and analysis of yarn and fabric formation systems: rotor spinning. Microcellular Injection Molding. High density Data storage. Waste Heat Utilization. Thermal Comfort. Applied Probability Models. Financial Engineering. Space Plasmas. Healthcare Systems. Nanocomposites. Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes. Microwaves and Plasma Interaction. Spintronics. Finite Element Applications in Manufacturing. Wireless Systems. High temperature natural convection Microchannel Heat Exchangers. ring spinning and air jet spinning. Decision Support Systems. Photovoltaics. CAD/CAM. Numerical modeling of radiation heat transfer in participating media. Grinding of Ceramics and Metal Matrix Composites. filter fabrics. Terahertz (THz) Radiation Generation. Optimization of power plants. Biomaterials and Medical Implants. Novel Functional Materials. Air Water Spray Injection. Terahertz Spectroscopy and Applications. comfort. Lattice Dynamics. . Topological Insulators Optics and Photonics: Holography. Fiber Optic Sensors and Biosensors. High Pressure-High Temperature Physics. Solitons. Operations Research. fluid flow in microfluidic/nanofluidic devices. Energy Storage and alternative Energy Materials. Inverse Problems in Imaging. Electronic Ceramics. Fiber Optics. Nanophotonoics. Theoretical/computational modeling of mass transfer. Materials and Devices. protective textiles. Flexible Systems. Supply Chain Management.quality management. Laser Processing and Fabrication. braiding etc.flow and Laser anemometry. Quantum Optics. Ultrafast Dynamics. Microwave Materials. Nonlinear Phase Conjugation. Metal Forming. Project Management. textile composites etc. Quantum Functional Materials. Turbulence. Reverse Logistics. Mineral Physics. Agile Manufacturing Productivity Management. Heat Transfer. Interdisciplinary: Optical Spectroscopy under extreme conditions. Optical Data Security. Nonlinear guided Wave Optics. 19 . Laser Spectroscopy and Applications. Processing of Polymers & Composites. Charge transfer. Energy Conservation. Superconductivity. Fibre Optic Components. Interaction of Plasmas with Materials Theoretical Physics: Mathematical. Optoelectronics Plasma Physics: Particle acceleration. Turbo machines. systems analysis. Statistical Mechanics and Computational Physics. Semiconductors and Amorphous Materials. Microwave Processing. Green and Biophotonics. Department of Physics [Code PHZ] Materials and Condensed Matter Physics: Thin Films. Optical Information Processing. Welding. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems. Material Characterization. e-Business. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). operation management and supply chain management. Sustainable Energy Systems. Value Engineering. Nuclear and Particle Physics. Hall Thrusters. Injection Molding. Computer Simulation and Design of Thermal Systems. Industrial Engineering: Quality. weaving. Modeling of Material Behavior. handle and other functional aspects of fibrous assemblies. Solitons in Plasma. Bio-Medical Imaging. apparels and garments. Lean concepts in Machine Tool Design. Thermo Nuclear Fusion. Nanomaterials. Particle-laden Flow. Micro & Nano-Manufacturing. Renewable Energy Sources. Liquid Crystals. medical textiles. Theoretical studies in ultra-cold atoms. Operations Management. design and development of technical textiles: geotextiles. Ultrafast Optics. Graphene. friction spinning. textile instrumentation and machine development. knitting. Fire Research. Integrated Optics. structural mechanics of textiles. CO2 sequestration. Production Engineering: Metal Cutting. modeling and simulation of textile processes and products. Rapid Prototyping. Heat and mass transfer in porous Media. Micro/ nano scale heat transfer.
Renewable Energy Systems. Vascular Biology Medical Diagnostics. IC Engines and Biofuels. smart textiles. Morphological Studies of polymers. printing and finishing. nanocomposites. high performance polymeric materials for fuel cells. RF MEMS. Biogas production and enrichment. Underwater Acoustics. Fibre Science & Technology: Synthesis and characterization of advanced polymeric materials. Structure-property correlation in polymeric materials. Wideband Microwave Circuits. Biomass 20 . Biofuels. Energy Economics & Planning. Microwaves and RF. Technical Evaluation of Complimentary Medical System. Oceanography. Acoustic and Optical Non-Destructive Characterization. Biomaterials-Synthesis and Characterization of Biomedical Polymers. functional and responsive polymers. Controlled Delivery of Drugs. Design and stress analysis of engineering component form polymeric materials. Modification of polymers. Fibre formation processes. Acoustic Imaging. Physiological Monitoring. Centre for Biomedical Engineering [Code BMZ] Biomedical Instrumentation. Biomechanics. Olefin polymerization catalysts. conducting textiles. Centre for Rural Development and Technology [Code RDZ] Artisanal technologies and rural industries. Industrial Application of Plasmas. nanomaterials: synthesis and application in textiles. Plasma Science & Technology. Environmental Pollution and Control. tissue engineering. Biodesign. surface functionalization by plasma and UV excimer lamp. animal energy. Thermal. Fibre/particulate filled thermoplastic/thermoset composites: Degradation and stabilization of polymers. Fuel Technology. Biomechanics-injury biomechanics. Polymer electronics. Synthesis of conjugated organic materials. Air Pollution and Climate change. Bioelectronics-Digital Signal Processing. Heat & Mass Transfer. Micro and nano hydrogels.Textile Chemical Technology : Textile chemical processing: preparatory processes. modification of natural and synthetic fibres. sustainability and polymer recycling.modeling and simulation structure property correlation. Mechanical and thermal properties of polymeric systems. Bamboo technologies. dyeing. Modelling and simulation in polymers processing. Energy Conservation and management. Electrical Energy Systems. Millimeter Wave circuits and sub-systems. polymer nanocomposites. photodegradable polymers. bio active textiles. Centre for Energy Studies [Code ESZ] Energy Efficiency. Centre for Atmospheric Sciences [Code ASZ] Meteorology. medical textiles. textile ecology and environment. Microelectronics. Computer analysis of mould filling. Smart polymers. Rheology and processing polymers. crystallization of polymers in blends/composites. Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Technology. coated textiles. Centre for Applied Research in Electronics [Code CRZ] Signal Processing. Active and Reconfigurable Circuits and Antennas. CMOS-RFIC Modeling of Active Devices. Reactive Processing. Biosensors. natural dyes. micro and nano encapsulation. Digital Communications. DSP Hardware Design. green composites. Ergonomics. Speech and Audio. Medical Imaging. Centre for Polymer Science & Engineering [Code PTZ] Synthesis of speciality polymers. Dairy and Food Processing. polymer blend and alloys. nanofibers by electrostatic spinning. General Acoustics. Biofertilizers and Biopesticides. Rehabilitation Engineering.
Embedded Systems and Sensor Networks. Electric Drives. Pneumatic. temperature and wear debris monitoring techniques. Molecular biophysics of protein folding. Marine Bioprospecting. Signal Processing. signature analysis. Systems Biology. reliability. design for maintenance. Wear Mechanisms and modeling of metallic and non-metallic materials and surface engineering. Digital Speckle Pattern Interferometry. residual life estimation. Design for sustainability. School of Biological Sciences [Code BLZ] Computational Biology. Human Computer Interface. Ergonomics. Information Security. HCI (Human Computer Interface). Optical Networks. acoustic emission. fnsulin signaling and insulin resistant diabetes. ceramics and metals. Assistive Technologies for Special Needs. Cellular Biophysics. Aspheric and Freeform Optics. Nanoparticle-based targeting. High Speed Networks. etc. Smart Sensors and Sensors Networks. Leishmaniasis 21 . Medical Computing. Chemical Biology. Treatment of Industrial/domestic waste. Structural Biology. Chaperonc assisted protein folding. Maintenance Engineering and Machine Dynamics: Condition based maintenance. Instrument Design & Development Centre [Code IDZ] CAD and Simulation of Electronic Systems. medicinal plants. Regulatory and Policy Aspects of Telecom Services and Systems. Wasteland reclamation. Soft Computing. Multimedia Systems. unfolding and conformalional properties. Industrial Tribology. Computer Aided Product Design. Geographical Information Systems Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology and Management [Code BSZ] Telecom Networks. Cancer Biology. Digital Holography. conversion and utilization systems. vibration & noise analysis and control. Cognitive and computational neuroscience. Wireless Technologies. vibration. Computational Biology. lubricant characterization and analysis. risk analysis and safety. compressors. Hngineering biomaterials. failure analysis. Telecom Network Management. Rural energy systems. Ethnoveterinary Medicine. Viral diseases. Tissue Culture. Performance Analysis of Communication System and Resource Management. Power Electronics and Control. Electromagnetic Sensors and Instrumentation. ICT for Development. Telecom Software. Planning and Management. Customer Persuasion and e-comerce. Boundary and Hydrodynamic lubrication. Plant-based therapeutics. Ecological Sanitation. E-HD lubrication. non-destructive testing. availability and maintainability (RAM) engineering. Design and Culture. Internet of Things. maintenance planning and control. Mushroom Technology. Telecom Systems Design. turbines. Machine Dynamics & Maintenance Engineering Centre [Code ITZ] Tribology: Tribology of Polymers & composites. Information Storage and Retrieval.production. Solid Waste Management. Flame Tomography. Embedded Telecom Systems. Graphic Design. conveying of bulk solids. Microprocessor Applications. Design for User Experience. Natural products including aromatics. Optical Metrology. Biomass Combustion Clean Cookstoves. Environmental microbiology and biore mediation. Fiber-Optic Sensors. Optical Coherence Tomography. tribology of bearings and other machine elements. i’rotcin folding & misfolding with focus on infectious diseases and non-communicable disorders. Robotics and Inteligent Systems. operational problems like erosion and degradation. computer aided maintenance audit. Amar Nath and Shashi Khosla School of Information Technology [Code ANZ] Dependable Computing. nutraceuticals. Diagnostic Virology. nano-composites. Renewable energy technologies. performance and dynamic study of machine elements and equipment like pumps. Digital System Design and DSP Applications. Diffractive. Pesticide residue and food safety.
Interaction of Science. Transportation Research & Injury Prevention Programme [Code TRZ] Transportation Planning. Traffic Flow Modelling and Optimization.Opto-Electronics and Optical Communication Programme [Code OEZ] For research areas please refer to the relevant areas mentioned above under the Departments of Physics and Electrical Engineering. Professional Ethics. Vehicle Crash Modeling. Substainable Urban Transport. Technology and Human Values. Highway Safety. Road Traffic Injury Prevention. National Resource Centre for Value Education in Engineering [NRZ] Philosophy of Values. Public Transport Systems. 22 .
& Management Environmental Engineering and Management Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engg Rock Engineering and Underground Structures Structural Engineering Transportation Engineering Water Resources Engineering *Computer Science & Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Electrical Engineering Communications Engineering Computer Technology Control & Automation Integrated Electronics & Circuits Power Electronics.S. Programmes Computer Applications Energy Studies Instrument Technology Industrial Tribology & Maintenance Engineering Opto-Electronics & Optical Communication Polymer Science & Technology Telecom Technology & Management VLSI Design Tools & Technology Special part-time M. Electrical Machines & Drives Power Systems Mechanical Engineering Design of Mechanical Equipment Industrial Engineering Production Engineering Thermal Engineering Physics Applied Optics Solid State Materials Textile Technology Fibre Science & Technology Textile Engineering B. Programmes M. M.Tech Programmes of Deptts.Des. Tech Energy & Environmental Management (Evening) Programme 23 ./Centre Applied Mechanics Engineering Mechanics Design Engineering Applied Research in Electronics Radio Frequency Design and Technology Atmospheric Science Atmospheric-Oceanic Science & Technology Chemistry Molecular Engineering. Chemical Synthesis and Analysis Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Construction Engg.Tech.(Research) and M.Tech. Programmes offered Department/Centre/ Interdisciplinary Programme Programme Programme Code AME AMD CRF AST CYM CHE CET CEV CEG CEU CES CEP CEW MCS* EEE EET EEA EEN EEP EES MED MEE MEP MET PHA PHM TTF TTE JCA JES JID JIT JOP JPT JTM JVL** JEN A.ANNEXURE -II M./M.Tech. Interdisciplinary M.
Temic Usha Ltd. M. Texas Instruments.Sc Math (with exposure to appropriate level course in Computer Technology) and MCA (with Math and Science at B. programme in Computer Science & Engineering (MCS) is limited to candidates who have a Qualifying degree in Computer Science.Des. M.Sc Math. 24 . Electronics and Communication. * Admission to M. M. & Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering D. Programme Industrial Design * Admission to M.Sc Operations Research.S. or equivalent) or Electrical Engineering (B. Information Technology.Sc level). both the programmes (MCS and CSY) are limited to candidates who have appeared in GATE with Computer Science and Engineering or Information Technology.Tech or equivalent) or Physics with electronics specialization (M. Programme in VLSI Design Tools and Technology is an interdisciplinary programme jointly offered by Electrical Engg. Candidate applying for admission to this programme should have basic degree in Computer Science (B.Sc level).Department/Centre/ Interdisciplinary Programme C. ** M.Sc Mathematics (with exposure to appropriate level course in Computer Technology) and MCA (with Math and Science at B.Sc. or equivalent) plus GATE. Electronics and Communication. In addition to the above.Sc Statistics.S. M. Information Technology. M. SGS Thomson. Electrical Engineering.. MA/M. Deptt. Computer Science and Engineering Department & Centre for Applied Research in Electronics. The Students will get a monthly fellowship as per rules. The M.Tech.Tech. (Research) Programme Programme Code AMY SIY BSY BEY CHY CEY CSY* EEY MEY JDS Applied Mechanics Amar Nath and Shashi Khosla School of Information Technology Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology and Management Biochemical Engg.Tech. M. Analog Devices. Electrical Engineering.Tech. (Research) Programme in Computer Science & Engineering Department (CSY) is limited to candidates who have a Qualifying degree in Computer Science. programme is wholly sponsored by industries such as Philips Semiconductors.
JDS. BSY. MEE. JEN. MEE SIY. MED. JCA. JOP. EEE. MCS. MEP.ANNEXURE-III Options for M. AME. JCA. MEE. CEP. MET. PHM. MEE. JEN. MEE. JDS SIY. Operations Research M.. MED. CSY. CEV. CRF. JID. JCA. MED. EEY. JCA. MET. AMD. Meteorology Electronics & Communication Engineering Physics M. AMD. AME. JPT. MEE. MET. EET. JCA. MEE. MEP. EEY. CRF. EET. Physics M. JES. MEP. EEP. JVL. MCS. MCS. MET. JDS. MEE. JEN. JEN SIY. AST. JCA. AST SIY. JOP. AMY. MEY. EET. EEA. JPT.Sc. AST. JDS. MEE. BSY PHA. AST MCS. TTE AMD. JVL. JDS. AME. EEN. MCS. MCS. JPT. MCS. EEP. TTF. EES. JPT. MCS. EEN. TTE AMD. JIT. AME. MET Mining Engineering M. JES. MEP SIY. AMD SIY. MED. AMY. EEY.MCS. MEE.Sc. JTM. JDS. JIT. CES. PHA. JES. AMD. JOP. CSY. MEE. Programmes according to the discipline in which the candidate holds the Qualifying Degree Discipline Aeronautical Engineering Agricultural Engineering Automobile Engineering Biochemical Engineering/ Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Programme Options (see Annexure-II for codes) AMD. JID. CEU. JDS. MEE. AME. EET. AMY. PHA. TTF EEN. JIT. AMD. CHE. MCS. AST. EEY. MEY.JEN. EEN.Tech. EEA. JID. EEA. MED. JEN. EEY. SIY. CEV. JCA. AST MCS. CEY. MCS. PHM. EEP. MED. AMY. AME. CEV. JDS. BSY. JDS CEW. JCA. JEN. MEE. JDS. Geo-Physics Polymer and Rubber Technology Production Engineering Manufacturing Science & Engg Marine Engineering . AMY 25 Environmental Engineering Food Engineering Technology Industrial Biotechnology Industrial Design Industrial Engineering Informational Technology Instrumentation Engineering Mechanical Engineering Metallurgy JCA. CEG. MEP. JOP. BSY. TTF. EET. MET. JDS. MCS. EEA. TTE JIT. PHA. TTF. CEV. EEA. SIY. JVL. JDS SIY.Sc. JID. JEN AMD. MEP. JCA. JIT. JVL.Des. MED SIY. TTE AST.JES. MEE. MEE. AMD. CEW. MCS. SIY. MEE SIY.S. SIY. JIT. JTM. MEE. MCS. EES. JIT. MCS. MET. EEY.Sc. MEP. EEE. MCS.’ MEP. EEN. JID. JCA. MCS. CEP. MEY. MED. JTM. MCS. MEE SIY. MET. AMY. CSY. EEA. JPT. EEA. JOP. CRF. CEU. MED CSY. JVL.(Research) & M. BEY. JES. JIT. JEN. AME. EEN. AME. JES. MEY. AME. JCA. CHY. EEE. AMY. TTF. JCA. JDS. EEP. MEP. JES. JPT. JCA. MEE. PHM. CET. BEY. MCS. JEN. JVL. BSY. JES. AST CSY. EEN. MCS. MET. PHM. AST. MED. AMY. EEY. MET BEY. JDS BEY SIY SIY. M. JTM. JPT.
AST CSY. JPT MCS. MEE CSY. JEN. Mathematics/with an exposure to appropriate level course-in Computer Technology M. JEN CET. SIY. MEE SIY.Sc. level) Energy Engineering /Energy system / Associated Disciplines Programme Options (see Annexure-II for codes) CSY. MED. JTM. JDS MCS. JCA. JPT. Maths M. MEP. JOP. MCS. AMY.Sc. Chemistry M. EEN. TTF. SIY.Sc. Physics with specialization in Electronics Architecture Naval Architecture MCA (with Maths and Science at B. AST.Discipline M. EET. MEE JES.Sc. EET. TTE. JEN. JES. MCS. JES. MED SIY. JDS. JEN. AST. JCA. EEY.A./M. Statistics Textile Chemistry Textile Engg/Technology M. AST. MEE MCS. JVL. MET AMD. AST. MCS PHA. TTF. JCA. BSY. JCA. MEE. SIY. JDS. MCS. OPT. MCS.MCS 26 . AME.Sc.Sc. PHM. CEP. TTF.
EEE Computer Technology EET Control & Automation EEA Integrated Elect. Chemical Engineering CHE 468 7.Tech. M.ANNEXURE-IV GATE Score cut off for admission to non-sponsored full-time M. Design Engineering AMD 600 3. Communication Engg. 17. Structural Engineering CES CE 662 12. Geotechnical and CEG 601 Geoenvironmental Engg. 13. Environmental Engg. & CET CE 551 Management AR 559 8. CEW CE AG CEP CE AR ME MCS CS/IT EE/EC OTHERS EE/EC OTHERS 441 519 586 321 536 765 810 950 770 779 800 880 Code OBC SC ST PH 540 540 620 400 360 360 320 450 240 250 360 320 400 240 250 360 320 450 240 250 415 518 500 533 457 533 533 408 442 584 359 436 362 377 338 377 377 264 253 428 309 379 200 275 346 275 275 272 311 425 359 200 200 200 200 625 404 503 539 352 471 695 735 900 730 720 750 815 486 207 388 457 200 287 525 585 800 493 535 550 575 436 256 350 436 200 308 525 510 800 380 435 450 450 200 200 200 525 510 800 474 435 450 450 14. & Engg. CYM 400 Chemical Synthesis and Analysis 6. 16.Tech. Transportation Engg. Programmes in the Academic Year 2012-2013 (This is only for reference as the cut off this year may change even substantially) SNo. Progremme GATE Gen Paper / B.Tech Discipline 1. & Circuits EEN 27 . CEV EN 574 & Management CE 478 BT 574 CH 574 9. Radio Frequency CRF 685 Design & Technology 4. Construction Engg. & CEU CE 408 Underground MN 459 Structure 10. Atmospheric-Oceanic AST 400 Science & Technology 5. Engineering Mechanics AME 600 2. 15. Rock Engg. 11. Water Resources Engg. 18. Molecular Engg. Computer Sc.
23.SNo. Progremme Code 19. Polymer Science & Technology Telecom. & Management JPT JTM EE/EC Bkgnd PH 445 450 730 28 . (Textile) (NonTextile) CS/IT MA EC OTHERS PHY Mech Ele/EC OTHERS TTE 28. M. 21. Solid State Materials 27. EES MED MEE MEP MET PHA EE OTHERS 900 ME 750 675 675 720 360 700 360 700 400 550 400 550 750 500 710 650 335 630 650 580 530 650 723 26. 35. Elect. Equipment Industrial Engineering Production Engineering Thermal Engineering Applied Optics EEP GATE Gen OBC Paper / B. Industrial Tribology & JIT Maintenance Engg.Tech Discipline EE 760 700 OTHERS 900 735 850 680 890 675 625 625 650 330 630 330 630 360 495 360 495 720 470 680 600 300 567 580 522 475 550 657 400 405 687 SC ST PH 480 850 480 850 500 475 475 500 240 450 240 450 266 366 266 366 500 400 500 400 300 375 315 300 350 400 422 250 300 489 460 850 460 850 350 350 350 350 240 450 240 450 266 366 266 366 300 375 315 300 350 300 320 250 300 300 450 450 460 850 350 350 350 350 240 450 240 450 266 366 266 366 300 375 315 300 350 300 390 250 300 287 20. Power Electronics. Tech. Instrument JID Technology 33. Tech. 25. Energy Studies JES 31. Optoelectronics & JOP Optical Communication 34. Computer Applications JCA 30. 24. TTF 29.Tech. Machines & Drives Power Systems Design of Mech. Tech. (Textile) (NonTextile) B. 22. 32. Textile Engineering ME ME ME PH EC/EE PHM PH EC/EE B. Fibre Science & Tech.
Progremme Code 36.Tech. M. Industrial Design (M. 37.Tech Discipline 85 85 EC/IN CS/IT/PH OTHERS 780 710 710 - SC ST PH 80 - 50 - - *CEED Percentile 29 .Des) VLSI Tool Design & Technology JDS* JVL GATE Gen OBC Paper / B.SNo.
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