B.Tech Admission 2018
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According to CBSE, students who have obtained total marks of 476 or higher in CBSE examination 2017 or 2018 are in the 99 percentile. Hence, all students (in Delhi category) who have secured total of 476 or more are eligible to apply for bonus marks, as announced earlier.
B.Tech Admissions 2018 to various programs of IIIT-D will be done through Joint Admission Counselling, JAC-Delhi, and through IIITD admission process using UCEED rank(Only for some seats in CSD) and Class XII Marks (Only for some seats in CSSS). Details regarding the number of seats, eligibility, merit list and admission process are given in B.Tech admission brochure 2018. Admissions for foreign nationals/PIOs/NRIs will be through DASA and directly through IIIT-D process - more details are available here.
This year, eligible students for B.Tech can apply for six programs, including a new program that is being launched, B.Tech (CSB). Students can apply for the following programs:
- Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
- Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE)
- Computer Science and Applied Mathematics (CSAM)
- Computer Science and Design (CSD)
- Computer Science and Social Sciences (CSSS)
- Computer Science and Biosciences (CSB)
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About the Institute
IIIT-D was created by an Act of Delhi Government in 2008. Since then it has gained a high degree of respect within the academic community, and is widely regarded as one of the top Institutions in the country for research and education in IT areas – in particular Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE), Applied Mathematics (AM), Computational Biology (CB), Social Sciences (SS) and Design (DES). Institute began with its first batch of 60 B.Tech students in 2008. Since then, it has come a long way with 60+ excellent faculty members specializing in diverse areas of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electronics & Communications Engineering (ECE), Applied Mathematics (AM), Social Sciences (SS), Design (DES) and Computational Biology (CB) with about 1400 students consisting of about 1000 B.Tech students, about 250 M.Tech students and over 150 PhD scholars. In a relatively short time, it has earned a good reputation in India and abroad for being a center of quality education and research and is regarded as one of the country’s leading institute for IT education and research. QS BRICS University Ranking has ranked IIIT-D in top 200 in 2017. IIIT-D is one of the only three institutions from Delhi that have appeared on QS BRICS list of top 200 Universities. The institute is accredited by NAAC at A level, Institute is also approved by UGC and AICTE.
Education and Placement
The Institute offers six BTech programs – in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE), Computer Science and Applied Mathematics (CSAM), Computer Science and Design (CSD), Computer Science and Social Sciences (CSSS) and Computer Science and Biosciences (CSB). The education programs at IIITD are as good as any Tier I institution in the country.
Foreign Students Admission
Details for Foreign students/NRIs/PIOs and OCIs admission are available here.
Incoming students will be invited to an induction program before the start of the program to help them transition from school to college. There will be fun activities to help the students bond with their seniors, Batch mates and programming familiarization sessions to gear them up for some coding.
Expectation from Students
IIIT-D takes academics very seriously and expects all its students to do so. Each semester a student normally does about 5 courses, and each course has a workload of about 10 hrs/week. Hence a student should be ready to work hard – that indeed is the only way to learn.