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Admission Notice- IIIT Bangalore Announces Admission for M.Tech Programs 2016
International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Bangalore announces admission to Master of Technology (M.Tech) program in Electronic Systems Design (ESD) and Information Technology for the session 2016.
Candidates should have 65% in four-year bachelor's degree in engineering (i.e. B.E., B.Tech., or equivalent).
First class degree holders in 3-year undergraduate programs followed by MSc with first class in any of the physical sciences, or an MCA degree with first class, can also apply.
Final-year students expecting to graduate by August 2016 may also apply.
How to Apply-
Candidates can apply online from the website of the Institute
All applicants need to pay a non-refundable application fee of Rs. 1000/-.
Admissions to the M.Tech program is done on the basis of performance in the GATE examination.
Last date for submitting online applications: Saturday, April 30, 2016.
For more information visit the website of the institute
The International Institute of Information Technology, a Deemed University, popularly known as IIIT-B, was established in 1999 with a vision to contribute to the IT world by focusing on education and research, entrepreneurship and innovation. The Institute is a registered not-for-profit society funded jointly by the Government of Karnataka and the IT industry.
Since its inception, IIIT-B, with its unique model of education, research, and industry interaction, has grown in stature to become an institution of considerable repute in academic as well as corporate circles. The Institute works in partnership with the corporate sector, while retaining the freedom of an academic institution. It is inspired by other renowned institutions, and also strives to emulate an academic culture that is on par with the best international institutions.
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