Admissions - 2020-21 Semester I

 

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers PhD, MS by Research (MS (R)) and M.Tech admission with specialization in the area of

  1. Microelectronics and VLSI (MVLSI)
  2. Power Engineering (PE)
  3. RF and Microwaves (RF)
  4. Signal Processing, Communication and Networks (SPCOM)
  5. Control and Automation (CA)
  6. Photonics (PH)

 

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Announcements
  1. Announcement dated: 16 March 2020

    1. Selection criteria for the MTech program (2020-2021 Semester 1):
      1. Regular candidates (non-sponsored candidates) will be selected on the basis of marks/CPI and GATE score. Candidates are suggested to refer to the COAP (Common Offer Acceptance Portal) guidelines also.
      2. B.Tech candidates, graduated from IITs with a minimum overall CPI of 6.5 and a minimum CPI of 8.0 in the last two years in B.Tech., will be selected on the basis of overall CPI.
      3. Sponsored candidates (e.g. Defence, QIP, DRDO, Company sponsored, etc.) will be selected on the basis of marks/CPI and interview.
    2. Selection criteria for the MS(R) program during 2020-2021 Semester 1:
      1. All candidates will be selected on the basis of marks/CPI (wherever applicable as per the eligibility criteria), GATE Score , and interview.
    3. Selection criteria for the PhD program during 2020-2021 Semester 1:
      1. Candidates with Master's degree in engineering will be selected on the basis of marks/CPI and interview.
      2. Candidates with a bachelor's degree in engineering or science (4 year program) will be selected on the basis of marks/CPI, GATE score (wherever applicable as per the eligibility criteria), and an interview.
      3. In addition to the above, candidates applying to the PhD programme in MVLSI stream would be required to qualify a written test in order to be shortlisted for the interview.
      4. In addition to the above, Photonics stream will only consider candidates who choose Photonics as their first or second preference in the application form. Admission to Photonics stream will be based on a combination of a written test and an interview. The dates for written test and interviews along with other relevant details will be announced in due course of time. The candidates choosing Photonics as their second preference should note the following:
        • You will be interviewed in Photonics only after written-test/interview in your first preferred stream is over.
        • If you are selected in your first preferred stream, you will be offered admission in that stream only.
    4. The dates for written test and interviews along with other relevant details will be announced in due course of time.