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IIT Delhi Courses




IIT Delhi Campus

IIT Delhi offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in various disciplines. It also offers M.Sc programs and M Des programs. IIT Mumbai has also started a 2 year full time postgraduate management program.

B.Tech (4 years)
M.Tech(Integrated 5 years)
M Sc
M Des
 Mathematics & Computing
Applied Mechanics
 Inter disciplinary Industrial Design
Civil Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering (Power)
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Physics
Mechanical Engineering
Production and Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineeirng
Textile Engineering
 Textile Technology


  • 2-year full time Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme with focus on Management Systems
  • 2-year full time Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme with focus on Telecommunication Systems Management
  • 3-year part time Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme for working executives with focus on Technology Management

List of special courses available in IIT Delhi is described below:


The Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme (TRIPP) offered at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is an Interdisciplinary Programme.  The programme focuses on the reduction of adverse health effects of road transport.

The TRIP activities include applied research projects, special courses and workshops, and supervision of student projects at post graduate and undergraduate levels. The TRIP projects are performed in collaboration with associated departments and centres at IIT Delhi, government departments, industry and international agencies.

OPTO Electronics

The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi offers M.Tech. / Research programme in OPTO Electronics and Optical Communication. The programme is jointly conducted by Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Physics. The IIT Delhi started this programme in 1980 and today the institute is carrying the crown of producing world class OPTO Engineers.

The programme attracts several sponsored candidates from industry and defense organizations. Students from previous batches are today occupying key positions in a variety of industries and R & D organizations involved in the area of telecommunication, networks, semiconductor technology, fiber and integrated optics, optoelectronics and software.

M.Tech. is jointly offered by Electrical Engineering and Physics Departments.

Minimum duration –
Full time- 4 semesters (24 months)
Part-time- 6 semesters (36 months)
Applications for admission to these programmes are invited through an advertisement in the Employment News/leading newspapers in March every year.

Minimum Qualification required for admission

Candidates can be admitted to M.Tech. Programmes:

Full-Time candidates

Selection process would comprise of Test/Interview

B. Tech or equivalent or M.Sc. (or equivalent) Degree Holders who have qualified GATE (for full time) with a valid score above the minimum prescribed:

General Category Candidates: 75 percentile

SC/ST/PH candidates: 50 percentile

70% weightage will be given for GATE score and 30% for performance in test/ interview.

Candidates with AMIE / Grad. IETE qualifications would also be considered for admission to the M.Tech. Programmes; but would be required to complete 24 valid undergraduate credits prescribed by the concerned Department/Interdisciplinary Programme by getting them admitted as Casual Students and would also be required to qualify GATE; before being actually admitted.

Sponsored/Part-time candidates

In addition to above, sponsored/part-time candidates working in Public Sector Undertakings or Government Departments or Research/Development Organizations or Private Industries (approved by Faculty Boards) should have a minimum experience of one year. (Sponsored/Part-time candidates are not required to possess GATE score). Further, in the case of part-time candidates, the organization where he/she is working should also be located within a distance of 50 Kms from the Institute.

Sponsored Candidates (Full-time) are required to submit at the time of interview a “Sponsorship Certificate” from their employers, stating that for the period of his/her studies at the Institute the candidate would be treated as on duty with usual salary and allowances and that he/she will be fully relieved for the period of study for pursuing his/her studies and further that the fee of the candidate will be paid by the sponsoring organization.

Part-time candidates are required to submit at the time of interview a “No Objection Certificate” from their employers stating that the candidate will be/has been permitted to pursue studies on part-time basis and that he/she will not be transferred to any other place during the period of study.


  1. For those appearing in the final year their performance upto 7th semester (B.Tech./B.E.) and upto 3rd semester (M.Sc.) may be considered at the time of admission.
  2. All candidates in the above categories (Full-time/sponsored/part-time) with or without GATE should have a minimum of at least 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters of the qualifying examination) or CGPA of 6.75 on a 10-point scale, as determined by IIT Delhi, in their qualifying examination.

Relaxation in minimum eligibilities:

Relaxation in CGPA to 6.25 or in marks to 55% in the eligibility criteria may be permitted to SC/ST/PH candidates.

Without Test/Interview (Direct Admission-Full Time)

Some candidates fulfilling the following criteria can be considered for direct admission without test/interview

  1. General Candidates:
    Candidates with B.Tech./M.Sc. or equivalent with 75% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters) (or 8.5 CGPA) and GATE percentile of 95.
  2. SC/ST/PH candidates (Within the quota):
    Candidates with B.Tech./M.Sc. or equivalent with 70% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters) ( or 7.5 CGPA) and GATE percentile 75.

    Reservation of seats:
  • 15% seats are reserved for SC and 7.5% for ST candidates.
  • 3% seats are reserved for the physically handicapped persons.

VLSI Design Tools and Technology

The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi has started VLSI Design Tools and Technology programme in 1996. The programme emphasises on industry academia relationship.


The IIT Delhi conducts cutting edge research in VLSI Design Tools and Technology with support from industry in the form of infrastructure and finances. The programme is fully industry sponsored.


The VLSI Design Tools and Technology programme is run by three academic units of IIT Delhi- Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, and Center for Applied Research in Electronics.


Students with in instrumentation engineering, electronics, computer sciences or Msc in electroni9cs are elegible for the VDTT programme


Selection is on the basis of GATE score and internal assesment of IITD. Shortlisted candidates are interviewed by the sponsoring industries

For more information click on to the DETAILS

Transportation Engineering

There is a great demand for Transportation Engineering professionals due to the huge investments in transportation related infrastructure. IIT Delhi has started offering this programme from July 2005. The programme runs under the Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Delhi. Both the government and private enterprises involved in business of transportation are sponsors of this programme.

QIP/CEP Programmes

The Government of India has started Quality Improvement Programme – QIP in 1970. The programme is implemented and monitored by All India Council for Technical Education – AICTE, a statuary body of government of India.


The following three main activities are being undertaken under the QIP serving the faculty of degree-level engineering institutions and the faculty member:


  1. Providing opportunities for faculty members of AICTE-recognized engineering institutions and the Technical Teachers
  2. Training Institutes to improve their qualifications, by offering admissions to Masters and Ph.D. degree programme at the QIP centres.
  3. Organising, Short-term Courses at the QIP Centres for serving teachers and improving class room teaching through Curriculum Development Cell.


A number of short-term courses have also been organised by the QIP Centres for the benefit of the faculty members from engineering colleges. The courses have proved very popular and useful.

For more details on Quality Improvement Programme, Click Here.

Early Faculty Induction Programme (EFIP)

The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IITD) offers Early Faculty Induction Programme along with other IITs, IISc and few other institutes.

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