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IIIT, Delhi offers M.Tech programme admissions 2014

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M.Tech programme admissions at IIIT Delhi

Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Delhi, invites applications for admission to Master of Technology (M.Tech) programme, commencing in 2014.

The M.Tech specialisations are offered in:

  • M.Tech in CSE with specialisation in Information Security
  • M.Tech in CSE with specialisation in Mobile Computing
  • M.Tech in CSE without specialisation
  • M.Tech in ECE with specialisation in VLSI & Embedded Systems
  • M.Tech in ECE with specialisation in Communication and Signal Processing

Also Read: List of Colleges offers M.Tech admission in 2014

Eligibility:
Candidates must have a B.Tech / B.E degree in CS/IT/ECE/EE discipline with 70% of marks from any of the recognised universities.

How to apply:

  • The application forms are available in the official website of Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology.
  • The filled application form along with demand draft of Rs. 350/- in favor of 'IIIT Delhi', payable ay Delhi should reach the below address.

Admission Process:
Based on the facts furnished in the application, candidates have to appear for a competitive entrance process that includes written test. Written test will contain objective and/or short subjective questions. The questions will cover a typical B.Tech. CSE / ECE curriculum. The list of selected candidates and wait listed candidates will be prepared based on the written test performance.

Important dates:

  • Last date for the submission of online application form is 05th May 2014.
  • Last date for the submission of application form with DD is 09th May 2014.

Contact Details:
Assistant Manager (Academics),
A-107, Academics Building,
IIIT-Delhi, Okhla Industrial Area,
Phase-3, New Delhi - 110020.

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