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Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-Delhi), a State University, invites applications from non-Science students of Delhi for admission in its unique BTech (Computer Science and Social Sciences) programme.
About IIIT Delhi : Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-Delhi) was created as a State University by an Act of Delhi Government (The IIIT-Delhi Act, 2007) empowering it to do research and development and grant degrees. The mission of IIIT-Delhi is to be a global center of excellence in Information Technology education, training and research. Its twin aims are:
- To carry out advanced research and development in information technology and in leveraging IT in specific domain areas.
- To train and educate, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engineers of outstanding ability who can become innovators and new product creators.
Institute began with its first batch of 60 B.Tech students in 2008. Since then, it has come a long way with 75+ excellent faculty members specializing in diverse areas of Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electronics & Communications Engineering (ECE), Applied Mathematics (AM), Social Sciences (SS), Computational Biology (CB), and Design, and around 1400 students consisting of about 1000 B.Tech students, about 250 M.Tech. students and over 150 Ph.D. scholars. In a relatively short time, it has earned a good reputation in India and abroad as one of the country’s leading institute for IT education and research. The Institute is one of the three institutions in Delhi ranked in top 200 BRICS universities by QS. The institute is accredited by NAAC at A level and is also approved by UGC and AICTE.
Non Science students with 80% marks in aggregate for five subjects and 80% in Mathematics in class XII from CBSE Board or equivalent.
Candidate must have done schooling from a school located in National Capital Territory of Delhi.
Note : For a candidate, who has passed the qualifying examination through Patrachar Vidyalaya, Delhi / National Institute of Open School, Delhi (NIOS), the criterion for deciding the region shall be the location of his/her centre of examination. In other words, if the centre of examination is located in the N.C.T. of Delhi, the candidate shall be considered under the Delhi Region and if the centre of examination is located outside N.C.T. of Delhi, he/she shall be considered under the Outside Delhi Region.
No. of seats : 22
Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST): A relaxation of 10 percent marks in the eligibility requirements for the seats reserved for them.
Defence (CW): A relaxation of 5 percent marks in the eligibility requirements for the seats reserved for them.
Persons with Disability (PwD): A relaxation of 5 percent marks in the eligibility requirements for 6 the seats reserved for them.
OBC: A relaxation of 5 percent marks in the eligibility requirements for the seats reserved for them.
Selection procedure : Selection list shall be drawn by taking into account two parameters
1) Total marks cored in 10+2 in best five subjects including Mathematics and
2) Bonus marks as detailed below
a) Olympiads. Indian National Olympiad in Informatics, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, and Biology : 10 marks, if the student was selected for the summer training camp for selection of the final team for International Olympiad (i.e. IOITC, IMOTC, OCSC for Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, or Biology); supporting documents required: Certificate/letter from organizers. 6 marks, if the student qualified to appear in the National Level Exam for selection for the summer camp (i.e. INOI/ INMO/ INPhO/ INChO/ INAO/ INBO). Supporting documents required: Qualification letter/email to appear in the exam.
b) Procon Junior programming contest
- 10 marks for the medal winners; Supporting documents needed: Certificate/letter from organizers certifying this.
- 6 marks for those who got certificates of Achievement; Supporting documents needed: Certificate/letter from organizers certifying this.
c) National Talent Search scholarship
- 6 marks, if a student has won this scholarship. If a student obtains scholarship in a specific category, then he/she can only be considered for admission in that category. Supporting documents needed: Certificate/grant letter.
d) Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY)
- 6 marks, if a student has qualified for this scholarship. If a student obtains scholarship in a category, then he/she can only be considered for admission in that category. Supporting documents needed: Certificate of merit/grant letter.
e) INSPIRE Program of DST
- 10 marks if a student is a recipient of Gold/Silver/Bronze/Consolation Award in NLEPC. Supporting documents needed: Official certificate for the award from DST.
- 6 marks if a student has qualified for participation in the National Level Exhibition and Project Competition (NLEPC). Supporting documents needed: Official participation certificate from DST.
f) GNITE Award of National Innovation Foundation
- 10 marks if a student is a recipient of the National IGNITE Award. Supporting documents needed: Official certificate for the award from NIF.
g) IRIS National Science Fair
- 10 marks if a student is recipient of the award for participation in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)
- 6 marks if a student is selected for the National Fair; Supporting documents needed: Official certificate for the award from IRIS.
- In any sport in "high priority and priority discipline" (as per the terminology used by SGFI), except Chess (as Chess is dealt with separately): if a student has represented a state in (i) National School Games organized by a School Games Federation of India, in U19 or U17 category, or (ii) national championship organized by a National Sports Federation in Senior/Junior category
- 6 marks for participation or winning a medal. Supporting documents needed: Certificate for the medal or Certificate of participation issued by School Games Federation of India or by a National Sports Federation.
i) Chess: 10 marks for those whose FIDE rating is above 1800; Supporting documents needed: FIDE ID, a Self-attested printout of the list of international rated tournaments played as provided by FIDE through their official website. 6 marks for those whose FIDE rating is between 1200 and1800. Supporting documents needed: Same as above.
- 6 marks for those Students who have received “Scholarship to Young Artistes” given by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, or “Cultural Talent Search Scholarship Scheme” given by the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training an autonomous body under the aegis of Ministry of Culture, Government of India. Supporting documents needed: Scholarship sanction letter and certificate issued by Ministry of Culture, Government of India / Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Government of India.
How to apply : Apply through online portal https://admissions.iiitd.ac.in/btech/
Last date : Last date of application is 10 June 2018Follow us on Follow us on