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1. About the Institute 1-2
• Salient Features 3
• Infrastructure 4-7
2. Academic Program at IIIT Allahabad 8-9
3. Projects of the Institute 10-11
4. Collaborations & Research 12-13
5. Extra-curricular Student Activities 14-15
6. About MBA-IT Program 16-19
• Summer Training & Placements 20
• Other Highlights of MBA-IT Program 21
• Admission Process for MBA-IT 22-25
7. About MS-CLIS Program 26-28
• Summer Training & Placements 29
• Admission Process for MS-CLIS 30-37
8. Faculties @ MBA-IT & MS-CLIS 38-42
9. Scholarships/Fellowships at the Institute 43-45
10. Fee-Structure for MBA-IT & MS-CLIS 46
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About the Institute

The Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Allahabad was established in 1999, as a centre of
excellence in Information Technology and allied areas. The Institute was conferred the “The Deemed
University” status by Government of India in the year 2000. The Institute thus became empowered to have a
perpetual seal to award degree subsequent to the conduct of its own examinations. IIIT-A has been conceived
with the ambitious objectives of developing professional expertise and skilled manpower in Information
Technology (IT) and related areas. This has enabled the country to exploit efficiently emerging opportunities to
meet economic challenges being thrown up by the rapid global IT revolution that has influenced virtually every
area of development and social activity. As an apex nucleating institute in the area of IT, the establishment of
IIIT-A, is a major step of Govt. of India towards strengthening the indigenous capability necessary for exploiting
profitability and harnessing multi-dimensional facets of IT at all levels, and attaining expertise to enable the
country to emerge as a leading player in the global arena.

Each academic year consists of two semesters and training. While the education system is broadly organized on
the pattern of other IIT’s, a Relative Grading System pattern with credits allotted for each course, is followed by
End Semester Examinations. Continuous evaluation of students performance also provides students the desired
flexibility to choose courses as per their own interests. Each course is assigned specified credits, depending upon
its relative importance in the field of Information Technology. Class contact hours per week are also decided
based on it. To boost creativity in students, mini and major projects, in their chosen fields of interest, form an
integrated part of the course curriculum at the Institute. Normally one-theory course credit hour is of 15 hours of
lectures in one semester, and one laboratory course credit hour is of 30 hours of laboratory work.

Our, foreign collaborations speak volumes about the Institute’s efforts in striving for establishment of worldwide
linkages. Currently an Indo-Russian Center for Biotechnology with thrust area as Bio-informatics has become
operational while an Indo-US facility for Universal Digital Library has been setup with active collaboration with
Carnegie Mellon University, USA. Several other sponsored projects are also in the pipeline, which shall further
assist IIIT-Allahabad in being recognized as a hub of activity for all persons in the field of IT and CSE. The
institution has also taken a lead in the NME & IT/ITES initiatives of the nation. Currently, IIIT-A, has taken up a
project on "Establishing of North Zone Resource Center for generation of Contents, Mentors / Teachers etc. by
conducting specialized short term HRD courses for IT / ITES sector", is also a contributing partner in “National
Education Mission” of Govt. of India.

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About the Institute …

Keeping in view that students from different socio-cultural backgrounds enroll themselves at the institute, a
Communication Skills Laboratory assists them in refining their Personality and Communication Skills. Web
based education and airing of courses through Gyanvani FM channel, housed inside the Institute’s Campus, is
another novelty of IIIT-Allahabad along with handling eight VRC’s in collaboration with ISRO. Apart from
these, Video Conferencing and webinar facilities are available for collaboration with other Institutes or Research
Centers for online and offline interactions.

It is in these contexts that this Institute promises to play a crucial role to generate requisite high level technical
manpower to meet National goals in critical areas like defense, weather forecasting, space programs, economic
development and social transformation, to gain from emerging IT revolution. Keeping these in view, the Courses
of the Institute have been designed with a lot of operational flexibility in syllabus so as to be at par to the need of
the society. B.Tech. Course in the Institute consists of theory courses, laboratory courses, project work, tutorials,
home-assignments, etc. Each course module has a specified number of credit hours.

Mission

The mission of Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Allahabad is to be a unique and world class
nucleating "Apex Center of Excellence" in the area of Information Technology and Allied Sciences, so as to
enhance India's Technological strength in IT and for become a pace-setting institution for other similar institutes
to be established in the future. IIIT-A seeks to derive its strength from a linkage with sound Indian traditions of
centuries past, and sets out to create knowledge-based resources in regional languages.

Institute Charter

• To train and educate, at certificate, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engineers of
outstanding ability, who may become leaders in the IT industry and profession.

• To carry out advanced research and development in leading edge technology areas in computer hardware
& software, this can be useful on a comparatively long-term basis.

• To develop and promote National and International linkages by way of partnership in research, student
exchange, credit transfer and joint degrees.

• To work for the creation and development of resource databases, associated software and courseware for
all, important applications, so as to ensure future availability of newer software technologies for English,
Hindi and other Indian languages.

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Salient Features at a Glance

• Fully furnished separate Hostels for Boys & Girls is available.


• 24 Hours Internet Connectivity through 1 GBPS Leased Line .
• Each student allotted P4 and above computers.
• All computer points backed by 100% Uninterrupted Power Supply
• All students are encouraged to undertake Projects in cutting-edge areas under active supervision of
faculty members. Students are also encouraged to undertake Industrial trainings/projects during
vacations.
• Academic Regulations as being practiced at other IIT’s are broadly followed at the Institute mutatis
mutandis
• All courses are envisaged to be delivered by leading experts.
• State-of-the-art facilities for all labs.
• All academic and administrative areas are fully air conditioned.
• Unique opportunity to participate and contribute in leading National and Internationally sponsored
projects.
• Selected students may also get the opportunity to work in foreign Universities under special institutional
MoU’s with them. Academic Exchange of students program with international educational institutions of
repute.
• Past IIITians placed successfully in reputed National & Multinational companies.
• Scholarships and financial aid available to brilliant and financially weak students.
• Different sport facilities, swimming pool and GYM facilities are available for all the students.
• Students are motivated to participate in the Sports activities. Institute has full-fledged facilities for sports
(like volleyball court, basketball court, football court, snooker, cricket ground, etc.)
• Student Activity Centre caters to the overall personality development of the students.
• Banking facilities available in the Institute premises itself.
• Medical facilities available on the Campus at any hour of the day and night.
• State of Art A/C library covering different books, magazines related to Computers, Management,
Electronics, etc. Electronic library available for academic and general mental development of the
students.

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Infrastructure

Campus

The institute is established in a sparkling new campus at Jhalwa, on the outskirts of Allahabad. The
institute is situated on a campus of 100 acres. The architecture aims to transcend established design conventions
and make a statement about the similarities between atoms and bits. Instead of the traditional geometric lines, the
campus and other buildings have been styled on patterns developed by internationally acclaimed scholar and
mathematician; Roger Penrose Its exquisite gardens provide a great escape to the exhausted. Its spacious
facilities, remarkable resources, intimate courtyards, open lawns reinforce both the individual concentration and
the group interaction that are critical to the transformational learning experience that the Institute provides. All
academic, administrative and residential areas are fully air conditioned and connected to the Institute’s network
(LAN) with 24 hrs services by 1 GBPS leased line.

Computer Facilities

Hardware: One of the salient features of the training imparted to the students is the hands-on computer
assembly training. The students themselves have assembled almost all of the Institute’s computers, under
guidance of the specially trained technical staff. This has not only enabled the Institute in bringing down the cost
of new computers, but also made almost 100% instant trouble shooting of any faults, resulting in no requirement
of any computer related AMC’s. Computer laboratories and the administrative buildings are derived from
selected tessellated blocks in the star pattern. Out of IIITA’s 31 labs the computer labs provided to the MBA
department comprises of Latest Pentium IV PCs, Core 2 Duo, Quad Core, I5 with a 24 hours Internet access
through 1 GBPS Leased line. Scanners, CD-writers, Laser printers are also available in the Labs.

Multimedia projectors, Webcams, Video Cameras are extensively used for communication skills labs and
various Presentations. Efforts are on to provide students with the latest Laptops. All computer points are backed
by 100% Uninterrupted Power Supply.

Software: The PC’s use mainly Windows XP and Linux. The labs have a very rich repository of software
ranging from integrated development environments for C/C++, Java, Visual Basic, to RDMS like Oracle 9i,
MySQL. Several specialized software for core labs or projects like Statistica, Rational Rose, SPSS 10.0, Argo
UML, Systat 12 and various software for Testing and Decision Purposes for Managers have been acquired with
adequate user licenses. ERP prototype packages are being acquired for facilitating the students with the latest in
enterprise applications.
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Services

All kinds of required network services, like DNS, NIS, NFS servers, Windows Domain Controllers, Mail and
Web servers are managed and maintained by the lab staff and students. Services for Intranet and Internet are
separated by firewall. The web and mail services are also appropriately divided for external and internal use.
Further, efforts are ongoing to enable the campus with Wi-Fi Networks; IIIT-Allahabad is the first academic
campus in the country to implement BPL (Broadband over Power Line).

Residential

It is fully residential in nature and hence is a self-contained unit. The institute has a comfortable Visitor
Hostel (Guest – House) with 75 Air-Conditioned and Non- Air-Conditioned rooms. Besides this there is a
residential complex meant for the faculty members both senior professors and other staff along with a small
children park for the respective families. Faculty hostels with two-room and one-room units meant for visiting
Professors. There is a separate well-equipped hostel facility for both the boys and girls supported with a quality
mess and canteen. There is an optical fiber network connecting all buildings on campus including the hostels.
The indoor and outdoor physical facilities provided to the students give them opportunity to an all-round
development. The spacious accommodations are provided with computers, along with 24-hour backup power
supply. Every room in the hostel is provided with a telephone set giving the students intercom facility inside the
campus, also is provided STD/ISD facility for out campus calls through prepaid cards. The students have access
to a regular bus service from the Jhalwa Campus to Central Allahabad (the Nehru Science Centre City Campus
of IIIT-A). The institute bus service also covers the Naini and Civil Line and other areas of Allahabad.

Class room

The air conditioned classrooms on campus featured curved desks arranged in tiered rows, a design that was
particularly amenable to what was then a novel approach to teaching business through the case method, but the
learning experience extends far beyond the walls of our classrooms. The campus abounds with places where
students gather for projects, discussions, study groups, and club activities. There are meeting spaces where small
groups of students perform the daily ritual of preparing together for upcoming case discussions. Projector
systems are placed in every classroom to facilitate the teaching and learning methodologies. Discussion lobbies
are available with round table facilities along with LCD display of latest stock market & Business trends.

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Library

The sun pattern has been chosen for laying out the library. The IIIT library is stocked with books that
cater to the student's academic and research requirements. Audio and multimedia versions of some course
modules are also available. In addition, dictionaries, journals, thesaurus and encyclopedias are provided for
reference purposes. Present is an electronic library that provides students with connectivity to the latest
technological material through networked workstations. There are a total of 140 systems distributed over two
floors. Reading space is also provided at convenient locations. There is a premier section of Books for the MBA
students. This new library has already acquired more than 30,000 books on various courses along with IT related
latest titles. The library uses web-based software, developed in-house, for maintaining the database and
circulation related daily operations. Besides, Institute is also the member of INDEST consortium, through which
all ACM Digital Library, IEEE Digital Explore, Capitaline, Emerald Full-text, ABI Business Dateline, ABI
Trade & Industry, EBSCO Business Sources, JCCC Case studies, Harvard Business Review etc. and various
tutorials and journals are accessible throughout the campus, in digital form.

The Institute maintains licensed copies of all software (systems, applications and academics) that students
require and ensures that the licenses are kept up to date. It also discourages the use of illegally procured
software. Students have the prerogative to request the Institute to procure any software or hardware that they
require in their assignments, projects or research activities.
Research laboratories

The Institute has 30 specialized labs for students and research labs for Ph.D. students in the following
specialized areas:

• Signal Processing Laboratory • VLSI Fabrication Laboratory


• Computer Graphics Laboratory • MBA-IT Computing Laboratories
• Digital Data Communication Laboratory • Research Laboratories (MBA / MSCLIS)
• Robotics Laboratory • MSCLIS Computing Laboratories
• Bio-informatics Laboratory • Information Security Lab
• Electronics Laboratory • Forensic Lab
• Wireless computing Laboratory • Data Centre Lab
• Embedded Systems Laboratory • Project Laboratories
• VLSI Design Laboratory

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Specialized Lab Development:

The institute has put in high degree of concern and recourses in development of general and specialized labs, housed in 3
different buildings namely Computer Center 1, 2 & Lecture Theater Complex. The institute has 20 general programming
lab, along with following super specialized labs:
¾ Micro – electronics Lab: The lab is considered to be a major center of experimentation and learning as its one of
its type in academic setup in Asia.
¾ Virtual Reality Lab: This lab was established lately at IIITA campus. It provides a chance for innovative learning
in the field of virtual reality augmented with high end control communication and presentation technologies.
¾ Bioinformatics Lab (wet lab): The wet lab of bioinformatics under the IRCB project has proved to be a very
fruitful ground for various experiments related to transgenic, gene analysis, DNA synthesis etc.
¾ Robotics Lab: This lab has to its credit a transfer of technology agreement with leading prosthetic limb
manufacturing company (ALMCO).The lab is also working in developing controls for humanoid robots.
¾ Universal Digital Library Lab: A mega center established in association with Carnegie Mellon University of
USA under the ambitious million book project. This lab has produced sizable digitized data in tunes of teraflop
storage capacities.
¾ Human Computer Interaction Lab
¾ Wireless Sensors Lab
¾ Geographical Information System Lab
¾ Computer Forensics Lab: This lab is the first of its kind in an academic institution in the country. It houses much
proprietary software and hardware’s including mobile forensic work stations.
¾ Information Security Lab
¾ VLSI Design Lab: This lab gives a unique opportunity to work in a clean environment towards development of
VLSI designs and also exposes students in area of etching and related practices.
¾ Natural Language processing Lab
¾ Image Processing Lab
¾ North Zone Resource Centre for generating Contents, Mentors/Teachers etc. by conducting specialized
Short term HRD Courses for IT/ITES sector: The centre has developed e-content in twelve designated areas
ranging from computer science and e-services.
¾ Financial Analysis & Simulation Lab
¾ Incubation Center

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Academic Program at IIIT Allahabad

IIITA offers the following academic program

• Bachelor of Technology
Information Technology (IT)
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
• Master of Technology in IT with specialization in
Bio-Informatics (BI)
Wireless Communication & Computing (WCC)
Intelligent System (IS)
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
Robotics
Software Engineering
Microelectronics
• Master of Science in Cyber Law and Information Security (MS-CLIS).
• Master of Business Administration in Information Technology (MBA-IT).
• Doctoral Program.
Bachelor of Technology:
The B Tech (IT & ECE) courses are arguably one of the best in the country in the fields of information technology
and electronics & communications engineering. Its greatest strength is its adaptability to the changing industry
requirements. A student here is not only learning the newest technologies, but is also given ample industry
exposure.
Master of Technology:
M.Tech (BI, WCC, IS, HCI, Robotics, SE & Microelectronics) -IIIT-A has started a unique model of M.Tech
education in the field of Information Technology. With the objective of preparing quality professionals and
researchers to work at high-end technologies in IT, the Institute provides very specialized courses, such as
specialization in Human Computer Interaction, Bio-Informatics, Wireless Communication and Computing,
Microelectronics, Robotics, Software Engineering and Intelligent Systems. Many of the specializations are the
unique features of IIIT-Allahabad only. The course models of M.Tech includes two semester 'Thesis work' which
provides an opportunity to students to create and develop new concept, techniques, methods and applications
given the world class infrastructure and faculty in the Institute.
Master of Science in Cyber Law and Information Security (MS-CLIS):
The MS-CLIS program aims at building professionals ready to deal in issues relating to “Information Security”
and “Cyber Law”. Our real contribution, however, lies in the blending of these two disciplines into a single whole,
thus fulfilling the need of a class of techno-legal experts. IIIT-A is the first and the only institute in India awarding
the Masters degree in Cyber Law and Information Security.

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Master of Business Administration in Information Technology:


MBA in Information Technology is presently being offered in a very few institutions of India, with IIIT-A being
at the vanguard of them all. MBA (IT) program is a trio specialization program (viz: General Management, IT &
Functional Areas) in Information Technology provides graduate students with the advanced knowledge and
skills necessary to assume and discharge the duties and responsibilities of managers in high technology
industries.

Doctoral Program (Ph.D):


Students may enroll in the doctoral program directly after B.Tech or after M.Tech. The objective of the program
is to promote the development of futuristic IT applications and patent products, ideas, technologies. The institute
intends to contribute to society through these highly qualified students, who have specialized in frontier areas of
Information Technology. Research and development is now the focal point of the institute and our stress is on
collaborative and interdisciplinary work. We introduce students to a research environment that contains facilities
comparable to the best in the world.
Broad Area of Research Includes:

1. Networking, Internet, E- commerce, E-Governance, Web based Education, Content design and delivery
2. AI, Intelligent/KB systems, Knowledge management, Behavioural modeling, ITS
3. Industrial Automation – Design, process, production, control, security
4. Chemical structures and modeling – Chemicals, new materials, polymers, Pharmaceuticals etc.
5. Bio systems - Genetic modeling, medical informatics, Nano technologies
6. Modeling and informatics pertaining to economic, financial and social systems
7. Eco systems, GIS, Environmental modeling, Geo systems and Geophysical systems.
8. Image processing, Image restoration, Applications to art, crafts, sculpture and architecture
9. Disaster management
10. Informatics and computation in Indian languages, Informatics for rural areas, IT enabled services and IT
enabled education
11. Surveillance and security for industry and defense, safety in general and in transportation systems in
particular
12. Supply Chain Management, Production & Operations Management, Human Resource Management,
Marketing Management, Finance Management, Risk Management, Managerial Economics, Public Sector
Management.

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The Projects of the Institute

In addition to the teaching and research activities in focused areas, the Institute & Institutes’ faculties are
involved in number of funded projects.
a) Ongoing Projects

The institute has undertaken many prestigious Research Projects, as enlisted below:

S. List of IIIT-A Project Funding Coordinator


No. Agency
1 Department of Bio-Technology (Indo Russian Centre for
DBT Dr. M.D.Tiwari
Bioinformatics) - Phase-I
2 Department of Bio-Technology (Indo Russian Centre for Bio-
DST Prof. K.Mishra
informatics) - Phase-II
3 Universal Digital Library MIT Dr. Ratna Sanyal
4 Application of EMF For Evolution of Health of Vital Organs
DST Dr.T.Lahiri
(INT/ILTP/A 9.24)
5 Information Security Education & Security—
MCIT Dr. Anurika Vaish
( ISEA )
6 TDIL -( English-Indian Language machine Translation System ) MCIT Dr. Ratna Sanyal
7 TDIL-( Indian Language-Indian Language Machine Translation
MCIT Dr. Ratna Sanyal
System )
8 TDIL-Development of Robust document analysis and recognition
MCIT Prof. S.Sanyal
system for printed Indian Scripts-( OCR )
9 Allahabad Michigan Collaborative Fund DST Prof. K.Mishra
10 Fund for Improvement of Science & Technology infrastructure in
Universities and higher educational Institutions (Fist program- DST Dr. U.S.Tiwary
2007)
11 Development of Algorithms using ECG Bio Signal & Bio Images Dr. T.lahiri
DST
( Moscow ) (INT/RFBR/P-17)
12 Technology incubation and Development of Entrepreneurs(Tide)
DIT Prof. R.C.Tripathi
Scheme
13 Development of Software/Hardware Based Tools (ILTP A1.26) DST Prof. G.C.Nandi
14 Patent Referral Centre DST Prof. R.C.Tripathi
15 Development of active Prosthetic limbs for challenged person
using robotics technology–Indo Swiss project—((Allahabad DST Prof. G.C. Nandi
bank) Sanction No-INT/SWISS/P-12/2005
16 TIFAC- Quality Assurance Condition monitoring and fault
DST Dr. Vrijendra Singh
diagnosis using intelligent control methodologies
17 Indigenization of broadband over Power line technology (BPL)

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The Projects of the Institute …

a) Ongoing Projects ……..

18 National Mission on education through information and Dr. M.D.Tiwari,


MHRD
communication technology --( ICT ) Dr. Anurika Vaish
19 Establishment of north Zone Resource centre of Generating Dr. M.D.Tiwari,
Contents, Mentors, Teachers etc By Conducting Specialized Prof. R.C. Tripathi,
MCIT
Short term HRD Courses for IT/ITES Sector Dr. Anurika Vaish

20 Institutional partnership project’ Centre of excellence in


Microelectronics at IIIT-A &Institute of Microelectronics and Prof. M. Radha
DST
Microsystems ,EPFL,Lausance” under Indo-Swiss( ISJRP) Krishnan
Sanction No-INT/SWISS/ISJRP/IPP-01/2009 dated 20-03-2009
21 Methods for compensation & iocalization of interferences in ultra
DST Dr. Shirshu Verma
wideband wireless sensor networks(INT/RFBR/P-57)-
22 Setting up of an ASEAN-India Science & Technology Library
Sanction letter No.-AB/244/10/07 dated 29.10. M E Affairs Dr .M.D.Tiwari

23 Development of transgenic wheat plant against cereal Cyst


Nematode (Heterodera Avenae and sunnpest (Eurygaster
intergriceps puton ) by using Bioinformatics and Genetic Dr.C.V.S.Shiva
DST-ILTP
engineering Approaches Prasad
Sanction NO-( INT/ILTP/A 1.28 ) dated 23.11.09

24 Development of a Neuron-Like system for Real Time visual DST


Dr. Abhishek Vaish
Object Detection Sanction No- (INT/RFBR/P-69)
25 Development of a computer aided microscopic pool for structural
derivation of pathologically significant proteins (No.52/8/2005-
I.C.M.R Dr. T.Lahiri
BMS)
Indian council of medical Research, Ansari Nagar –New Delhi
26 Inspire Awards-2010 DST Dr. M.D.Tiwari

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COLLABORATIONS & RESEARCH

Academic Exchange Programs – International / National Institutions

The Institute has continued to maintain and enhance the academic excellence it has had since its inception that has
enabled it to have collaborative academic exchanges with the following International Universities / Institutions of
academic eminence. MoUs have already been signed with most of these institutions and with the rest they are in process.

1. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh


2. California University, Riverside, USA
3. State University of New York, Buffalo
4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
5. Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST), Korea
6. Canberra University, Australia
7. EPFL Louisiana and ETZ Zurich, Switzerland
8. Aalborg University, Denmark
9. Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow, Russia
10. Purvanchal University, Nepal*
11. Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Ghana*
12. University of Michigan, USA
13. Caledonian College of Engineering, Muscat, Oman
14. IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Mumbai and IIT-New Delhi (* For support from IIIT)
15. Information Security Research Consortium jointly signed by USA, China, Japan, Russia, Germany, Israel, India,
RosNOU-Russia
16. University of Dundee, Nethergate, Scotland, UK

Center of Excellence at Institute

Apart from the R&D activities, the Institute has the following Centres of Excellence:
• Indo-Russian Centre of Biotechnology
• Indo-US Centre of Language Technology
• Indo – Danish Centre for Wireless Sensors and Sensing
• Indo-Swiss Centre for Microelectronics
• Patent Referral Centre
• Plagiarism Detection Centre
• S&T Discovery Park for Rural Empowerment, Amethi
• Centre for Physically Disabled Persons

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with Institute

Under the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with these Institutions, the Institute has
developed program of interchange of students for Academic activities. Thus, the students and teachers of the
Institute have commendable outreach to other Institutions for exchange of Academic knowledge.

Collaborations with Industries

The Institute is also actively involved with some of the major industrial & business houses & organizations.
1. Maple Leaf India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
2. M/s. Corinex, Canada
3. Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC)
4. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Mumbai
5. Artificial Limb Manufacturing Corporation (ALIMCO), Kanpur, Govt. of India
6. FORTIS Hospital, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
7. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Bangalore
8. Zensar Technologies Ltd., Pune

Research & Academic Achievements

IIIT-A has a number of research programs and collaborative efforts with the industry, the government and
academic institutions. The focus in these programs is on joint research and project development in India-
centric, broad-based applications. The participation of the students in these projects which have commercial as
well as research-based importance speaks volumes about the whole gamut of exposure the students get.
Students are also encouraged to work closely with the industry and gain experience in large scale IT projects.

As the Institute attaches much importance to taking up of research degree programs, research scholars enrolled
for Ph.D. are encouraged and provided with state-of-the-art facilities to pursue their objectives with full
promise and poise.

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Extracurricular Student Activities

At IIIT-A, the focus is on developing individuals -capable of taking the initiative in varied social and
professional activities.The clubs remain active throughout the year in organizing varied events and activities.

STAMBH -Program Management and Publicity club


It forms the umbrella organization under whose supervision all the other clubs operate. The club takes care of the
extra curricular calendar on the annual basis. It also sees that all the activities are undertaken properly, right from
sponsorship to the winding up of events.

Saraswa-Literary Club
Organizes debates, extempore and other literary competitions. It is also responsible for publishing IMHO (in
english) and Swacchanda (in Hindi), two magazines for in-campus circulation. It also publishes a regular
newsletter MÈLANGE.

Robita -The Robotics club


The robotics club of IIITA encourages students to explore and experiment with robot design, artificial
intelligence programming and related areas. Robot fabrication workshops are also conducted.

Tech Club
Is at the forefront of various programming and software events, which promote learning through healthy
competition.

RangTarangani -Dramatics club


The dramatics club at IIITA, RangTarangani is responsible for organizing workshops (acting as well as
scriptwriting) and holding drama competitions where young talent can be showcased. The club has been active
in staging excellent performances both in Hindi and English at various occasions. Innovation-one act play
competition is an annual feature of the club.

Virtuosi -The Music club


The IIITA music club, which is a showcase of the musical talent of the institute. The club apart from having a
college band "Semaphore" has been successful in putting up wonderful performances and also being helpful in
letting the student bite the music bug. It is responsible for musical performances at all concerts and competitions.

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Extracurricular Student Activities …

Thunderbolt -The Audio and Lights club


The institute is proud to have the services of this club, which has been very efficient in managing lights, audio
equipment, visual recording of various events staged at IIITA.

Spirit -Sports Club -Higher, faster, stronger


That is the Olympic spirit that resides in each sports person of IIITA. Basketball, Cricket, Soccer, Tennis,
Volleyball other indoor or outdoor every sport has its own face and value at IIITA.

Ushma -Dance club


Synergy of thought, symphony of movement, artistic expression and a sense of idyllic beauty ¬this symbolizes
the ushma of the dance club. This club is responsible for organizing regular dance parties for the IIITA student
community.

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MBA-IT Program

IIIT-A started its MBA course with specialization in Information Technology in the year 2004, designed
keeping in mind the latest emerging trends in management and future needs of the society. IIIT-A MBA program
fosters state-of-the-art approaches to manage the diverse organizational units and settings.

Our MBA (IT) program is a trio specialization program (viz: General Management, IT & Functional Areas) in
Information Technology provides graduate students with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to assume
and discharge the duties and responsibilities of managers in high technology industries. Technological
advancements have made information management a critical skill for managers at all levels, worldwide. The vast
availability of information and explosion of knowledge management tools make accessing information on
demand, anytime from anywhere, a new reality. The MBA in Information Technology specialization prepares
you for management positions in a wide range of industries challenged by the complexities of managing
information in an era of technological innovation and globalization. The proliferation of information
technologies and the need for managing the flow of information requires a new breed of manager. The
Information Technology Management Track develops business leaders who understand the concepts and
methods required to define, design, build, manage and evolve information technology. In addition, students will
learn to align technology goals to strategic business goals, design client server applications, develop data
communication and networking strategies, assess the business risks and rewards of new information technology,
apply reengineering principles to business processes, and understand the role of the technology manager in
business planning. Information Technology is not only about computers, software or services. IT is a
combination of all these elements, capped by a vision on how technology can help an organization to reach its
goals.

MBA Faculty
The academic activities of the MBA (IT) Program are organized under able supervision of senior
academics and persons from the senior management level from various industries and organizations. Apart from
having its regular faculty members Institute has also been very actively supported by senior industry people from
ISB Hyderabad, Hughes Software Systems, Jindal Iron & Steel Co. Ltd, BYNL, Telecom Consultant India Pvt.
Ltd, etc. Senior academicians from Eli Broad School of Business at the Michigan State University, U.S.A,
Buffalo University, Sunny New York, IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Lucknow, Thailand University, LUMBA, TCS
Denmark, have also been very closely associated.

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Faculties Broad Area of Interest & Research


Area of Interest & Research:

1. Management & Financial Accounting, Banking & Finance, Strategic Cost Management, and Basel
Norms
2. Business Strategy, IT Strategy , Consumer Behavior, CRM & E-tailing BPM& BPR along with BCP &
DRP
3. Blind Source Separation, Independent Component Analysis, Artificial Neural Networks, Data Mining,
Image & Audio Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Materials Management & Inventory Control,
Intelligent Enterprise Resource Planning, Information Security & Forensics
4. Relationship Management, Key Accounts Management and Strategic Marketing Management
5. Finance and Accounting, accrual accounting in firm valuation
6. Expert system, Statistical quality control, Software quality control, Control chart pattern recognition,
TQM and Six sigma, Optimization techniques, Human resource information system, Organizational
health in IT Industry, Job satisfaction and employee engagement survey
7. Consumer Behavior, Sales Promotion, and Advertising
8. Service quality , Total relationship management, Cyber law, Human resource auditing
9. Corporate Finance, Corporate Banking and Derivatives

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MBA-IT Program

Comprehensive Syllabi
Semester-I Semester-II
• Principles of Management • Human Resource Management
• Financial Accounting & Analysis • Marketing Management
• Managerial Economics • Process Management and Consultancy
• Quantitative Decision Models • Management Accounting
• Digital Infrastructure & ERP • Object Orient Methodology
• Business Communication • Research Methodology
• Data Base Management Systems • Operations and Supply Chain Management
• Business Law • Elective I
• Elective II
Semester-III Semester-IV
• Networking & Network Security • Business Marketing & Key Account
• Corporate Finance Management
• Software engineering and project • Organizational Structure & Behaviour
management • Information Security Laws & Practices
• Strategic Management & Information System • Project & Viva-Voce
Strategy • Comprehensive Lab
• Cross Cultural International Management
• Elective I
• Elective II
• Summer Training

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Criteria for Choosing Electives


A Candidate can opt for specialization in any one functional area in the 2nd and 3rd Semesters, wherein they are
free to opt in combination of 3:1 or 2:2 (which represents those 3 courses from one area and 1 course from the other area,
in the two semesters). The elective basket for all the three functional areas for the last two semesters is as under:

Semester-II Electives

Financial Management
1. International Financial Management
2. Banking Finance
Information Technology
1. Expert System Design and Applications
2. System Design & Integration
Marketing Management
1. E-tailing
2. Advertising and Brand Management
Operations Management
1. Procurement Management & E-Logistics
2. Material Management and Inventory Control

Semester-III Electives

Financial Management
1. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
2. Corporate Taxation
Information Technology
1. BCP & DRP
2. Data Warehousing & Technologies
Marketing Management
1. Marketing of Services.
2. Consumer Behavior & CRM
Operations Management
1. Total Quality Management and Six Sigma
2. Operation, Strategic Cost Management

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Summer Training & Placements (MBA-IT)

Our students have found positions in the following companies for their 2-month summer projects.
Large numbers of companies are showing keen interest in taking 6 months project with our students, which
will further show the way to their final placements. Students had more than one placement opportunity to
choose from and hence could decide on their desired profiles and compensations.

ICICI Prudential L & T Infotech BIRD etech Group of Indusind Bank Auditime India
IMBR
HCL comnet Indiabulls Intel Tata Teleservices Compare Infobase
Tech Mahindra Wipro Infotech Rolta India SBI PWC
Sysman Infosys Cvent BSNL SHCIL
Asian Paints Deloitte First Flight Power Grid HAL
Aptech Wipro consulting Corporation Bank RBI SAIL
Newgen Ernst & Young Mtouch Tech SHCIL NGO
A1 Technolgoies KPMG Max New York Life Pantaloons Jhonson & Jhonson
(Delhi)
LeCPL (Delhi) Matrix SHCIL Canara Bank ICICI
ACEVA DCM Group NALCO Bajaj Hindustan Bank of Baroda
Technologies Private Limited
HCL Wepro BPO JaipurRugs Tata Motors Crompton Greaves
Infosystems
IL & FS VIP Mtouch Tech. HDFC Infordart
Technologies India
Ltd.
Indiamart EDU Camp SHCIL Hindalco, IFFCO, PIAGGO
Areva
A-one 160by2 Wipro Ricoh India Pvt Ltd DSCL
Technologies
TAM media Telesourcing DSCL GMR NALCO
research
3i Infotech CRP Patni Computer IIT – M SHCIL
(SDG) Technologies Systems

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Other Highlights of our MBA-IT Program

Pedagogy

We at IIIT-A aim to build a new discourse around teaching where we lay emphasis on sharpening the
decision-making, leadership, team building and analytical skills of the students. Case Studies, Group
Discussions, Role Plays, Presentations, Industry Analysis provide our students an opportunity to put their
management theories into practice offering a forum for critical reflection and spirited debate. Live projects are
assigned to the students and underway is already an Incubation Center in collaboration with our potential
recruiters where the students will get an opportunity to work on live projects provided by the Industry. Other
than the classroom learning you will get ample opportunity to organize and hold national business meets,
closely interact with industry stalwarts and receive business insights from them. Apart, from the above clubs
our MBA students have a regular E-magazine `B-Cognizance’ targeted solemnly to the MBA & Technology
students which is yet another effort of our MBA students to bring in a perfect platform for the MBA student
community, whereby information and intellect meet. Eminent academicians, Industry Stalwarts and students
from top management and technology Institutes of India and abroad contribute articles.

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Admission Process for MBA-IT Program

For General and SC, ST, OBC, Category Candidates

1. Graduates with valid CAT-2010 Percentile Score are only eligible for consideration. Those
appearing in their final examinations and expecting their results latest by 14th July 2011 may
however also apply.

2. Admission shall be made strictly on the basis of Merit ONLY, as per the following weightage:
• Entrance Test: 50%
• CAT Score: 30%
• Group Discussion: 10%
• Interview: 10%

3. Entrance Test, Interview & Group discussion for screened in candidates only, on the basis of CAT
2010 Percentile score. While intimation to all screened candidates for the same shall be sent by
courier also, the list shall be available on our web site and the applicants are therefore advised to
visit the same frequently, in their own interest (www.iiita.ac.in). In no case shall the Institute be
responsible for non-receipt of the information by the applicants.

4. The list of candidates offered admission to the MBA (IT) Program shall be displayed on the
Institute Notice Board as well as the Institute’s web site.

5. The Program is Two Years Full Time Program. Classes shall commence from 14th July 2011.
Separate residential facilities for Boys and Girls exist.

6. Selected candidates shall have to present all original documents & 3 passport sized colored
photographs before interview.

7. Fees by selected candidates shall be deposited in cash or by Demand Draft drawn in favor of “IIIT-
Allahabad” and made payable at Allahabad, necessarily by 2:00 pm of the next day (or as notified)
or else candidates from the waiting list shall be offered the admission in order of merit.

8. Medical fitness certificate in the form annexed shall have to be produced by the candidate before
Interview or else the candidature shall be cancelled summarily.

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Sponsored Category Candidates

1. Applicants in this category shall be required to produce a Sponsorship Certificate from the Employer in the
Format as annexed apart from the three letters of reference in the specified format.
2. Only First Class Graduates with working experience are eligible for consideration.
3. Merit list for this category shall be prepared as per the following weightage
• Entrance Test: 50%
• Marks in Qualifying Degree: 15%
• Length of experience: 15%
• Group Discussion: 10%
• Interview: 10%

(In case of a tie, candidate scoring higher percentage of marks in the Qualifying Degree Examination shall be
given preference). Pl. Note: Candidates with Engineering Degree / Post Graduation, shall be given an
Additional weightage of 5% in the “Marks Scored in Graduation” Category

4. While the academic criteria to pass and to be declared successful in the MBA Program of the Institute, shall
remain the same as for other non-sponsored category candidates, the tuition fees for Sponsored Category
Candidates shall be Rs. 50,000/-per Semester.
5. Residential Facilities may be given subject to availability.
6. Candidates should have working experience of at least one year from an Institution/ Organization/ Industry of
repute. It is expected that the sponsored candidate will join back the sponsoring organization; hence they are not
offered campus placement support.
7. Experience in all above cases means experience obtained after successful completion of the Qualifying Degree
8. Only candidates having at least 60% marks (Aggregate of whole Degree Exam) or equivalent Grade Points
(certified conversion formula from Degree Granting Institution to be provided by the candidate) shall be eligible
to apply. Certified conversion formula MUST accompany the filled in application form, or else the application
shall be rejected summarily.
9. Sponsorship certificate preferably in the format specified from competent authorities of the concerned
organization, on their letterhead, is a must.
10. While upon initial selection into the program, the candidate shall be required to pay the fees etc. as per rules laid
down for General candidates. For payment of routine semester fees and other dues, candidates shall personally
be responsible to make sure that all necessary dues are got deposited by their respective sponsors in time. If dues
are not cleared, the name of defaulting candidate shall be cancelled from the rolls of the institution.
11. Medical fitness certificate in the form annexed shall have to be produced by the candidate prior to the interview,
in absence of which the candidature shall be summarily cancelled.
12. Three letters of reference (sealed), must reach IIIT-Allahabad before the interview. (In format annexed for
Sponsored candidates)
13. IIIT-Allahabad reserves all rights regarding admissions
14. Summer training & placement for sponsored category will not be arranged by the institute.

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NRI / Foreign Nationals

1. Graduates from Foreign Universities, duly recognized / accredited by the appropriate bodies /
government agencies of the respective country and granted Equivalence by the Association of Indian
Universities shall be considered. Those appearing in their final examinations and expecting their results
latest by 14th July, 2011 may however also apply.
2. Candidates shall be considered for admission only on the basis of a valid GMAT score as per the
following weightage:
• Entrance Test: 50%
• GMAT Score: 30%
• Group Discussion: 10%
• Interview: 10%
3. SAARC Nation candidate criteria are same as Sponsored Candidate except work experience.
4. All SAARC candidates are desired to produce a domicile and no objection certificate from their
respective embassy.
5. Three letters of reference must be submitted along with the application form in the Prescribed Format.
6. Candidates graduating from the UGC recognized Indian Campuses of Foreign Universities shall be
considered eligible for admission under this category. Such applicants shall however be required to
produce UGC recognition certificate for their campus along with their applications. (In absence of the
same, the application is liable to be summarily rejected)
7. In case of above seat(s) remaining vacant sponsored category candidates shall be considered for
admission in lieu thereof.
8. The sponsorship is accepted by guardian, parents or relative of the candidate settled abroad only if it is
for the whole program.

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Syllabus for Entrance examination for MBA-IT

Technical & IT Aptitude:


Designed to measure aptitude for working with computers, this measures individual’s natural aptitude for
computers and problem solving. It will measure ability in the following five areas: Recognition of similarities
and differences, Syntax, Procedural Ability, Programming construct & Sequencing.

Reasoning:
Designed to check the logical capabilities of the individual by usage of the following, Abduction reasoning;
Analogical reasoning; Cause-and-effect reasoning; Cause-to-effects reasoning; Effects-to-cause reasoning;
Comparative reasoning; Conditional reasoning; Criteria reasoning; Decompositional reasoning; Deductive
reasoning; Inductive reasoning

Mathematical Aptitude:
Deal with questions involving arithmetic and algebraic problems the problems will test the sharpness of your
mind and insight

A consideration of weights to section viz contribution of marks to the total merit as:

Nos. of
S No Sections Weightage
Questions
1. Technical & IT Aptitude 40 20%
2. Reasoning 30 15%
3. Mathematical Aptitude 30 15%

Sample Questions
1. The octal equivalent of decimal 324.987 is
(a) 504.771 (b) 504.781 (c) 215.234 (d) 40.987

2. The field size of a city is determined by


(a) The shortest city name that will be entered.
(b) The longest city name in United States.
(c) The longest city name that will be entered in the database.
(d) Ten characters more than the longest city name that will be entered in the database.

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MS in Cyber Law & Information Security

Perspective:
The advent of Internet and information technology has given new dimensions to the present world. It is no
longer the same place for individuals and corporation presenting forth a transformed society. This, transformed
world is now known as the cyber world, where the active players are lawmakers, technology builders and
techno managers. Law enforcement agencies are –facing significant issues like new Policies, Acts and its
enforcements beyond the physical safety of citizen, whose foundation was laid for the closed economic
conditions. The use and misuse of cyber space requires law enforcement to take a proactive role in providing
cyber safety. Cyber law has come to the rescue of such persons who are victim of cyber crime, i.e. crime
perpetrated through the electronic and communication means. Moreover, the biggest contribution of cyber law
has been in validation and protection of electronic commerce.

Synergistic Approach:
The requirement at the either ends of Cyber Law & Information Security were to be adequately handled by the
provision of synthesis of these two areas interest namely Cyber Law & Information Security. The discipline of
cyber law covers such diverse issues such as copyrights, trademarks, intellectual property, defamation, privacy,
software privacy, legal drafting and a variety of other related matters. Information security, the other hand, is
protection of information against unauthorized disclosure, transfer, modification or destruction, whether
accidental or intentional. To keep information secure in the current global scenario a gamut of security
practices along with its proper implementation and enforcement both at the system level and the judicial
domain are needed. This course covers the managerial technical aspects of security. Students explore
information security with real world content and issues facing today’s businesses. Course encompasses all
such aspects and they are an integral part of our course.

In the year 2004, considering the urgency to develop techno – legal professionals in the field of Cyber Law and
Information Security and acting on proactive lines, IIIT, Allahabad initiated a one year Diploma Program on
the subject. The eligibility criterion for admission was made strictly restricted to B.Tech, B.E., Post Graduate
or LL.B. where the aspirants were to be scrutinized through a three stage process comprising of application
screening, written test and interview. As the first batch was about to pass out from the Institute, it was realized
that the duration of one year for the course was not adequate to cover all the relevant topics in the field of
Cyber Law and Information Security. As a consequence, the one year Diploma on Cyber Law and Information
Security was introduced to two year Masters Program. With the passage of time the Masters Program on Cyber
Law and Information Security gained immense popularity among various sectors. In the year 2006, it was
decided that the Masters Program on Cyber Law and Information Security be elevated to the status of MS in
Cyber Law and Information Security and bring at par with international standards considering the importance
and exigency of the subject. Currently, the second and third batches are studying in the campus of IIIT,
Allahabad.

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Cutting Edge:

The need for Information Security in today’s highly networked business environment, information is
undoubtedly among an enterprise’s most valuable assets, so its protection from predators from both, within and
outside has taken center stage as an IT priority. Information Security refers to techniques, policies and
strategies used to ensure that data stored in an organization’s information systems should not be accessed or
processed without the consent of the organization. Information Security promotes trust and confidence
achieved by applying controls, which are combination of policies, legislations, procedures, organizational
structures and physical or hardware / software measures. The polices, Legislations, Procedures are looked into
by legal aspects, organizational structure and hardware needs study of computer architecture and tools required
to protect the networks and database and to analyze the vulnerabilities.
The technical aspects require understanding of:

• Programming
• Security Audit
• Logics and Cryptography

All merged with new technological innovations in the field of Electronic business, Computer Forensics, etc.
accomplish the security of information, which is the basic objective of our course. The course aims to produce
Techno-Legal & Information security Expert to fulfill the need of international business community and all
those who are engaged with:

• Data Protection and Information providing


• Cyber Crime and IPR Litigations
• Law Firms and Advocates

Course Offered:
The course in its totality is pivoted around the e-commerce model of virtual business bearing strong adherence
to computer based technological skills and capabilities, churning out efficiency to handle variety of Techno –
legal operations in any organizational system.
The curriculum has been designed to provide the student an in-depth understanding of core concepts with
major thrust on functional competencies whereby students are exposed to real life situations. The course has
been divided into Four Semesters of 20 Credits each, details to which can be seen by visiting our web site:
http://msclis.iiita.ac.in.

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Course Structure:
The curriculum has been designed to provide the student an in-depth understanding of core concepts with major thrust on
functional competencies whereby students are exposed to real life situations. The rich experience gained in summer
training at prestigious organizations have made them battle ready for industrial war field. A relative grading system
pattern with credits allotted for each subject is followed for end semester exams.

Semester-I Semester-II
Introduction to Computer Technology and Programming Data/Information & Cryptography
Networking and Network Security Protocols and Systems for Internet and Web Security
Fundamentals of Information Security Database Management & 4GLs
Communication & Soft skills Elective – I
IT Act, Cyber Crime & Rights in Digital Age Elective – II
Quantitative Decision Models

Semester-III Semester-IV
Security Architecture Computer Forensics & Digital Evidence
Identity and Access Management Information Security Audit
Wireless Network and Security Process Management and Consultancy
IP packet Analysis Internship Project
Elective – I
Elective – II
Summer Training

Elective Semester-II Elective Semester-III


Implementation Side Implementation Side
Elective I Elective I
Technical Risk Assessment (or) BCP & DRP Cryptographic Protocol (or) Authentication protocol

Elective II Elective II
Static Information & Software Protection Tools (or) Data Modeling and Simulation (or) Pattern Recognition
Integrity & Plagiarism Detection Tools Compliance Side

Compliance Side Elective I


Elective I COBIT (or) ITIL
SOX (or) E-Business Security (NDA, GLBA, Electronic
Contract) Elective II
ISO-15048, ISO9001 (or) BASEL
Elective II
HIPAA (or) DPA

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Summer Training & Placements (MS-CLIS)

The students are required to undertake summer internship, which constitutes an integral part of the
curriculum and is valued for the exposure it provides. The internship program aims to widen the students
perspectives by providing an exposure to real life organizational and environmental situations. The program is
pertinent support in enabling our students to relate theory to practice. The organization in turn gets benefit
from objective as the students provide the organization with the practical implementation of the concepts and
skills imbibed at the Institute. The interns also serve as unofficial spokespersons of the organization and help
in building on campus reputation. The following is the list of Organizations/ Industries where the students have
undergone internships training and also got placed:

NTPC, Noida Computer Forensics, APFSL, Hyderabad


MCIT, New Delhi Wipro Consulting
Indus Ind IT Ltd., Mumbai KPMG, New Delhi
CBI Academy, New Delhi IISc., Bangalore
eTech Support Ltd., Nasik IITM, Chennai
Network Security Solutions, Noida IIT Kanpur
Bombay Stock Exchange, Mumbai Lab Systems, Mumbai
Deloitte PWC, New Delhi
Ernst & Young Cyber Appellate Tribunal, GOI, New Delhi
NIC, New Delhi Ashmen Technologies, New Delhi
IBM, Kolkata Computer Forensics Lab, Mumbai
CRIS, New Delhi TCS, Mumbai
Khaitan & Co., New Delhi AKS- IT
Bharti Airtel Ltd., Gurgaon WTT
Mumbai Cyber Lab, Mumbai LECPL Communication (p) Ltd.
Ayanter e-service Pvt. Ltd., Noida Wipro Technologies

Projects Undertaken
Penetration Testing Computer Forensics & Electronic Evidence
Web Server Security Computer Data Recovery & Protection Policy
Application Security Audit Drafting of Security and Outsourcing policies
IT Outsourcing Management Cyber Terrorism implication and its prevention
Enterprise Risk Management Techno legal study Of Indian & US S/w Industry
Information Risk Management System and Process Audit of CDSL-IPO Scam
Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) Peering Agreement and Interconnection Agreement

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Admission Process for MS-CLIS Program

For General and SC, ST, OBC, Category Candidates

1. Only screened in candidates shall be invited for Entrance Test and Interview.

2. Category wise admission shall be offered on the basis of Merit calculated as per the following
weightage:
• Entrance Test: 65%
• Interview: 35%

3. There will be provision of “Floating Cut – off” merit for the written test, failing which the candidate
will be eliminated from the selection process ( Interview)

4. Selected candidates shall have to present all original documents & 3 passport sized colored
photographs before interview committee.

5. List of provisionally selected candidates for admissions shall be displayed at Institute Notice Board in
the evening of the same day.

6. Fees by selected candidates shall be deposited in cash or by Demand Draft drawn in favour of “IIIT-
Allahabad” and made payable at Allahabad, necessarily by next day 2:00 PM ( or as notified) or else
candidates from the waiting list shall be offered the admission in order of merit.

7. Medical fitness certificate in the form annexed shall have to be produced by the candidate before
Interview or else the candidature shall be cancelled summarily.

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Sponsored Category Candidates

1. Weightage (s) for admissions shall remain as above.


2. Candidates MUST have working experience of at least one year from an Institution/ Organization/
Industry of repute. It is expected that the sponsored candidate will join back the sponsoring
organization; hence they are not offered campus placement support.
3. Experience in all above cases means experience obtained after successful completion of the Qualifying
Degree
4. Only candidates having at least 60% marks (Aggregate of whole Degree Exam) or equivalent Grade
Points (certified conversion formula from Degree Granting Institution to be provided by the candidate)
shall be eligible to apply. Certified conversion formula Certificate MUST accompany the filled in
application form, or else the application shall be rejected summarily.
5. Academic criteria and assessment rules during the duration of M.Tech Program for sponsored
candidates shall be same as those for other General admission candidates.
6. Sponsorship certificate preferably in the format specified from Competent authorities of the concerned
organization, on their letter head, is a must.
7. While upon initial selection into the program, the candidate shall be required to pay the fees etc. as per
rules laid down for General candidates. For payment of routine semester fees and other dues,
candidates shall personally be responsible to make sure that all necessary dues are got deposited by
their respective sponsors in time. If dues are not cleared, the name of defaulting candidate shall be
stuck off the rolls.
8. Sponsored candidates shall not be eligible for any Institute Assistantship.
9. Medical fitness certificate in the form annexed shall have to be produced by the candidate prior to the
interview, in absence of which the candidature shall be summarily cancelled.
10. Three letters of reference (sealed) must reach IIIT-Allahabad before the interview. (In format annexed)
11. IIIT-Allahabad reserves all rights regarding admissions.
12. Residential Facilities may be given subject to availability.
13. After admission and deposit of fee & other dues if the candidate opts for leaving the course the fee will
not be refunded except the hostel charges which will be refunded.
14. Summer training & placement for sponsored category will not be arranged by the institute.

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NRI / Foreign Nationals / SAARC

1. While weightages for admissions shall remain as above.


2. Only candidates having passed the specified qualifying degree examinations B.S/ M.Sc/B.E from
abroad with 70% marks or equivalent Grade points, and possessing valid GRE Scores shall be eligible.
3. The sponsorship is accepted by guardian, parents or relative of the candidate settled abroad only if it is
for the whole program.
4. Fee US$ 4000 per year and other dues (Hostel, annual charges, etc.) in Indian Rupees.

Entrance Examination Syllabus

1. Law: Constitution of India, CRPC, IPC, Contract Act, Negotiable Instruments Act
[Number of Questions: 25]

• IPC - Punishment of offences committed within India, special Law, Logical Law, Punishment
or Rioting and Punishment of offences committed within India,

• CRPC – Form of Summons, withdrawal of powers, Courts by which offences are triable,
Powers of superior officers of police.

• IT ACT 2000 – Secure electronic record, Secure Digital Signature, Security Procedure,
Regulation of Certifying authorities, Offences, Duties of Subscribers

• Contract Act – Steps involved in Contract, Essential ingredients of contract, what agreements is
contract, contingent contract.

• Negotiable Instruments Act – Negotiable Instruments- Inland Instrument, Foreign Instrument,


Endorsement, Negotiation, who may negotiate, Instrument endorsed in blank.

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Entrance Examination Syllabus

2. Information Technology: Fundamentals of Computer, Internet Technologies


[Number of Questions: 45]

• Operating System, Basics of C language, Computer Architecture, Internet Technologies,


Network and Cyber Security, Introduction to Database, Basics of Wireless Technologies, Data
structures

• Operating System–different types of operating system, scheduling algorithms, threads, file


system structure, Disk scheduling and management, Virtual memory, Deadlock, storage
management, inter-process communication.

• C Language –Decision Control Instructions, Loop Control Instructions, Array, Pointer,


Structure, Union, Strings.

• Computer Architecture - Number system, Integer and floating-point representation, character


codes (ASCII, EEBCDIC), and Error detection and correction codes, Central Processing Unit:
ALU, Arithmetic and logic operations, Microprogramming, Memory: Memory types and
organization, address decoding and selecting.

• Internet Technologies – HTML, Javascript, CORBA, XML, XHTML.

• Network and Cyber Security – Attacks and threats, privacy, Hacking and cracking, firewall,
Gateway, Encryption algorithms, Digital Signature, E-Mail Security, HTTPS

• Database – Database concept and architecture, Normal forms, Query Languages, concurrency
control, Entity Relationship.

• Wireless Technologies - Multiple Access Techniques: FDMA, TDMA, CDMA, SDMA,


Capacity of Cellular CDMA and SDMA. Blue tooth, Spectrum.

• Data Structures – Stack, Queue, Linked List, Tree, Sorting, Searching, Graphs.

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Entrance Examination Syllabus

3. Analytical and Reasoning capabilities

[Number of Questions: 15]

Designed to check the logical capabilities of the individual by usage of the following,
Abduction reasoning; Analogical reasoning; Cause-and-effect reasoning; Cause-to-effects
reasoning; Effects-to-cause reasoning; Comparative reasoning; Conditional reasoning; Criteria
reasoning; Decompositional reasoning; Deductive reasoning; Inductive reasoning, Arithmetic
and algebraic problems (Polynomial, group, ring, field).

4. General Knowledge: Current affairs (National and International spectrum)


[Number of Questions: 15]

Sample Questions

1. LAW Constitution of India, CRPC, IPC, Contract Act, Negotiable Instruments Act

1. When was the advocate act came into existence _________

a.1867 b.1861 c.1864 d.1865

2. What is the mailbox rule under contract law?

a. All correspondence related to a contract becomes effective the moment that it is mailed.
b. Contract correspondence must be passed through the mail, although the mailing can occur after the contract is negotiated orally.
c. An acceptance becomes effective at the moment that it is mailed, assuming that it is properly addressed and proper postage is paid.
d. Any contract correspondence in ineffective while it is sitting in a mailbox and has not been read.

3. A contract will always meet the consideration requirement if:

a. At least one party suffers a legal detriment.


b. Both parties suffer a legal detriment.
c. At least one party receives a legal benefit.
d. Both parties receive a legal benefit.

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Sample Questions

2. Information Technology

1. Which of the following policies describes the type of authorization required to perform a port scan of an organization's
internetwork?

a. Acceptable use policy b. Antivirus policy c. Audit policy d. Nondisclosure agreement

2. Which of the following correctly describes a Trojan Horse?

a. A program that propagates itself within a computer by infecting other programs residing on the computer system.
b. A program that spreads itself (without the help of any other program) over the network from one computer to another.
c. A program that appears innocent but capable of damaging a computer system when downloaded and executed.
d. A program that gets executed only when an event, such as a specific date and time occurs.

3. What is a 'tuple'?

a. Another name for the key linking different tables in a database


b. Another name for a table in an RDBMS.
c. A row or record in a database table.
d. An attribute attached to a record.

4. Which of the following are features of the object-oriented approach to databases?

a. The need to split objects into their component parts.


b. The ability to develop more realistic models of the real world.
c. The ability to develop databases using natural language approaches.
d. The ability to represent the world in a non-geometric way.

5. _____runs on computer hardware and serve as platform for other software’s to run on

a. Operating environment
b. Operating System
c. System environment
d. None

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Sample Questions

3. Analytical and Reasoning capabilities


Questions 1 and 2
Three men (Tom, Peter and Jack) and three women (Eliza, Anne and Karen) are spending a few months at a hillside. They
are to stay in a row of nine cottages, each one living in his or her own cottage. There are no others staying in the same row of
houses.

1. Anne, Tom and Jack do not want to stay in any cottage, which is at the end of the row.
2. Eliza and Anne are unwilling to stay besides any occupied cottage..
3. Karen is next to Peter and Jack.
4. Between Anne and Jack's cottage there is just one vacant house.
5. None of the girls occupy adjacent cottages.
6. The house occupied by Tom is next to an end cottage.

1. Which of the above statements can be said to have been derived from two other statements?
a. Statement 1 b. Statement 2 c. Statement 3 d. Statement 5

2. How many of them occupy cottages next to a vacant cottage?


a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

3. Ashok bought 16kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 11.50 per kg and 14 kg wheat at rate of Rs 14.50 per kg. He mixed the two
and sold the mixture at the rate of 13.50 kg. What is his gain in the transaction?
a. Rs 16 b. Rs 18 c. Rs 24 d. Rs 28

4. A train travelled from Delhi to Patna and back in a certain time at the rate of 60kmph.But if the train had travelled from
Delhi to Patna at rate of rate 80Kmph. And back from Patna to Delhi at the rate of 40Kmph. It would take two hours
Longer. Find the distance between Delhi and Patna?
a. 480Km b. 460Km c. 450Km d. 465Km

5. On a certain pasture the grass grows at an even rate. It knows that 40 cows can graze on it for 40 days before the grass is
exhausted, but 30 cows can graze there as long as 60 days. How many would the pasture last if 20 Cows were to graze on it?
a. 140days b. 100 days c. 110 days d. 120 days

6. What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?
22, 66, 132, 792 , ?
a. 1584 b. 2376 c. 1246 d. 2674

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Sample Questions

4. General Knowledge: Current affairs (National and International spectrum)


1. Who among the following is the sovereign in India

a. President b. Parliament c. Prime Minister d. People

2. For which of the following disciplines in Nobel Prize awarded?

a. Physics and chemistry


b. Physiology or Medicine
c. Literature, Peace and Economics
d. All the above

3. On which date is Nobel Prize awarded?

a. December 10
b. January 10
c. April 10
d. July 10

4. Who among the following was not a Vice-President?

a. Gulzarilal Nanda
b. Gopal Swarup Pathak
c. B. D. Jatti
d. M. Hidayatullah

5. Which of the following India company had launched Mission 10Xin 2007?

a. Infosys b. Mahindra & Mahindra c. Wipro d. Reliance

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Faculties @ MBA-IT & MS-CLIS


Prof. R.C. Tripathi (Professor)
Teaches Intellectual Property Rights, Patents, Copyright and Enterprise Resource Planning,
and has over 31 years of teaching experience. He has a lot of name and credit in many national
& international publications.

Dr. Anurika Vaish (Associate Professor & Head of Division)


She has many National and International publication as well as books to her credit. She has
been instrumental in laying the foundation of MBA-IT and MS-CLIS course in IIIT-A. Her
subject of interest includes Management Accounting, Strategic Cost Management, Identity
and Access Management & COBIT. A true fighter, motivator and key personnel behind many
project of International repute she has been a role model for academicians as well as for
students.

Dr. Shekhar Verma (Associate Professor)


A highly experienced faculty in Wireless Networks & Security and has many national &
international papers in his credit. His areas of interest are Computer Networks & Database
Management Systems

Dr. Shirshu Varma (Associate Professor)


He has published about 30 papers in international and national journals and conferences of
repute. His expertise is in the area of wireless sensor network and wireless communication
system. He is also the member of Indo-Russian project undergoing at IIIT-Allahabad. He is a
member of IEEE and life member of ISTE. He has been a recipient of many national awards
in this area. His areas of interest are intelligent sensor network, wireless sensor network,
Optical wireless communication, Wireless communication & network.

Dr. Vrijendra Singh (Assistant Professor)


He is Ph. D in Computer Science His Research Interests includes Data Warehousing & Mining, Image
Signal Processing, Machine Learning Operations and Enterprise Resource Planning.

Dr. Madhvendra Misra (Assistant Professor)


He teaches Process Management, Consultancy, Strategic Management, BCP & DRP. His current Research
are in the area of strategic innovation, empowerment and information system strategy. He is author of
many research papers presented at National & International level. He is also member of many on going
sponsored projects at the institution.

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Dr. Pritish Varadwaj (Asst. Prof.)


He is teaching Computer Aided Drug Designing and Delivery, Molecular Structure Prediction
and Visualization, Chemo-informatics and Molecular Modeling, Data mining and Machine
Learning Techniques, he has various papers to his credits in bio-informatics.

Ms. Vijayshri Tiwari (Asst. Prof.)


Her areas of interest are research and teaching the Organizational behavior, HRM &
Organization Culture. She has research papers on HR initiatives in the Hospitality Industry
and Women Entrepreneurs as Leaders of tomorrow to her credit as well.

Dr. Manish Kumar (Asst. Prof.)


Before joining IIIT-A , he was working as a Lecturer in BITS, Mesra. He is pursuing his Ph.D.
from IIITA.He is currently teaching Software Project Management.

Dr. Abhishek Vaish (Asst. Prof.)


He has done his MS in Information Security from Indian Institute of Information Technology,
Allahabad and has been awarded as Gold Medallist for his outstanding academic achievement.
He has worked in Wipro Consulting Services as an Associate Consultant.

Dr. Vijay Kumar Chaurasia (Asst. Prof.)


He has completed his PhD in Wireless Sensor Network from IIITA. His main areas of interest
are Computer & Wireless Networks. He has to his credence a real life project exposure in
Programming and Routing Protocols.

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Mr. Ashish Kumar Shrivastava (Lecturer)


Pursuing Ph.D (IT) in Security issues in WSN from MANIT Bhopal, he has 7 years of
teaching experience in various Universities. His research interests include Wireless security,
Information security& Mobile communication WSN, Mobile agent.

Dr. Pratika Mishra (Lecturer)


She has many publications to her credits and is also associated with organizing committees of
projects and seminars. She is also Chief Coordinator BCognizance (IIIT-A e-magazine).Her
areas of interest includes Relationship Management, Information Technology and Key
Accounts Management and Strategic Marketing.

Dr. S. Venkatesan (Lecturer)


He received his PhD from Anna University, Chennai, India. His research area is Mobile Agent
Security and Network Security. Before joining IIIT-A, he worked as Research/Scientific
Associate in Smart and Secure Environment (SSE) project for 2 Years in Anna University,
Chennai.

Mr. Rahul Gupta (Lecturer)


He is teaching courses Data Protection Law & Act, SOX, Static information &
Software protection tools. He has more than 10 years experience in research projects
including teaching for a couple of years. He is also pursuing PhD in the area of
Information Security.

Mr. Monark Bag (Lecturer)


PhD (Pursuing) , MBA (ITM-HRM ), B.Tech. (CSE)
Core Area: Expert System, Statistical Quality Control, Control chart pattern Recognition,
TQM & SIX Sigma,HRIS.
Courses: Principles of management, TQM and Six Sigma ISO15048 & ISO9001

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Mr. Shashi Kant Rai (Lecturer)


PhD (Pursuing), MBA (Marketing), B.Tech (IT).
Core Area: Service Quality, Customer Relationship Management, Marketing of Services
Courses: IT Act ,Cyber crime & Rights in Digital Age, Business Communication, Marketing
of Service.

Mr. Santanu Das (Lecturer)


PhD (thesis submitted), MBA (Finance)
He has a teaching experience of over 8 years at BIT MESRA, Ranchi. Published papers in
refereed journals & presented papers in both national & international conferences.
Core Area: Accrual Accounting, Financial Reporting, Merger Accounting.
Courses: Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Managerial Economics.

Mr. Saurabh Mishra (Lecturer)


MBA (Marketing), B.Tech (EE)
Pursuing PhD from IIIT-A, in the area of marketing. His research area also includes sales
promotion, Advertising and consumer behavior.

Mr. Utkarsh Goel (Lecturer)


MBA (Finance), B.Tech (CS)
He is pursuing PhD from IIIT-A in the area of Risk management in banking system. He has
done MBA (finance) from Nicma University, Ahmedabad. Before joining IIITA he worked in
corporate banking division of IDBI bank. His area of interests include corporate finance,
derivatives, corporate banking.

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Guest Lecturers

The active MBA student & faculty community at IIIT-A organizes various symposiums, guest lectures,
seminars, corporate events, and festivals throughout the year. Guest lectures take place in average every other
week. Guest Lectures feature high-level business leaders, academicians and other guests to speak to students
on diverse issues and topics. Few of eminent people who have delivered talk to our students include:

1. Mr. A.K. Chaudhary, Ex. Chairman, BYNL


2. Justice Yatinder Singh, Judge, Allahabad High Court
3. Mr. Brijesh Kr. Singh, Regional Manager TCS, Denmark
4. Mr. Gautam Salaria, HR-Coordinator, Hughes Software Systems
5. Prof. Deepak Chandra, Head Executive Program, ISB Hyderabad
6. Mr. Masood Nasir, DGM HR, Telecom Consultant India Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi
7. Mr. R.N. Ugra, Ex-Senior Vice-President (Marketing), Jindal Iron & Steel Co. Ltd.
8. Prof. V. Sambamurthy Eli Broad School of Business at the Michigan State University, USA
9. Prof. Satish K. Tripathi, Provost & Exe.V P Academics Buffalo University, Sunny, New York
10. Prof. S.A. Jamil, Director, Qatar University, Qatar
11. Dr. Kamlesh N.Agarwala, Noida
12. Dr. Ashok Pratap Arora, Professor, M.D.I, Gurgaon
13. Dr. Anita Goyal, Associate Professor, M.D.I, Gurgaon
14. Mr. Joseph Phoket, Advocate, Delhi High Court
15. Mr. Tabrez Ahmad, Microsoft
16. Mr. Abhinav Johri, Senior Consultant, Risk Management, Ernst & Young
17. Dr. Meena Kumari, IT consultant
18. Mr. Saurabh Agarwal, HDFC Bank
19. Prof. Arun Jain, Buffalo University
20. Dr. Sanjit Singh, IIM Kolkata
21. Dr. Anil Srivastava, Prof. of Strategy , MONIRBA (AU)
22. Prof. Avinash Mehrotra, Chartered Accountant
23. Dr. B.L.Bajpayee, Deptt. of Management Studies, Lucknow University
24. Prof. D K Bandyopadhyay, VC , GGS Indraprastha University
25. Mr. Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Founder and Vice Chairman of Naukri.com

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Scholarships / Fellowships / Assistantships for Students
There are various scholarships/financial assistantships provided by the Central & State Government to the students of the
Institute. A brief overview of some of the various Scholarships is as follows:

Sl. Name of Executed by / Period Number of Amount of Remarks If any,


No. Scholarships/ Funded by Scholarships Scholarships (in
Regular Rs.) per month
Educational Aids
1. POST MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS
B.Tech / MBA / Govt. of India, Till period of All Eligible Students Full Fees + Rs. For SC/ST students
MSCLIS Ministry of Social study (Income Limit – 740- p.m. for 10 (Paid by native State)
Justice & below 1.0 Lakh, months
Empowerment Caste Certificate) (maintenance
allowance)
M.Tech Govt. of India, Till period of ------ DO ------ Reimbursement of Only for SC/ST Students
Ministry of Social study Tuition Fee only
Justice & (Rs. 50,000/-)
Empowerment
2. POST MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS OF U.P. GOVT.
B.Tech / MBA / Uttar Pradesh Govt. Till period of All Eligible Students B.TECH – 25,000 General + OBC Category
MSCLIS study (Income Limit – MBA – 19,000 Students (not for M.Tech)
below 1.0 Lakh, MSCLIS- 17,000
Caste Certificate)
3. INSTITUTE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP
B.TECH / MBA / Paid by Institute Till period of B.Tech Rs. 1,500/- p.m. Eligibility: on the basis of
MSCLIS (IIIT-Allahabad) study 10 Scholarships to B.Tech  merit
(IT) (IIIT‐A) 
06 Scholarships to B.Tech 
(EC) IIIT‐A; and 
06 Scholarships to
B.Tech (IT) at IIIT-
Amethi Campus
MBA – 04
MSCLIS – 04
4. MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP
Undergraduate & Ministry of Minority Till period of Eligible UG / PG Rs. 30,000/- for 1.Muslims, Christians,
Postgraduate Affairs, GoI study Students Hostellers Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains
Students Rs. 25,000/- for 2. 50% Marks
Day Scholars 3. 30% for Girls
4. Parent’s Income below
Rs. 2.5 Lakhs
5. INDIAN OIL SCHOLARSHIP
B.TECH / MBA Indian Oil Till period of 1). 100 No. for Rs. 2,000/- p.m. 1. On All India Basis
Corporation, Govt. study B.Tech on All India 2. 50% for SC/ST/OBC -
of India Basis 60% marks
2). 60 No. for MBA 3. 25% for Girls – 60%
on All India Basis marks
4. 10% for PHs – 50%
marks
5. General – 65% marks
6. PRATIBHA SCHOLARSHIPS
B.Tech Students of Govt. of Andhra Till period of Eligible B.Tech Rs. 20,000/- per 1. SC/ST/Gen/OBC
Andhra Pradesh Pradesh study Students of A.P. year 2. Min. 60% marks in
Only Intermediate/12th Class or
CGPA of 06 per semester
3. Native of Andhra
Pradesh
4. Non-recipient of any
other Scholarship
5. Parents Income Rs. 1.00
Lakh p.a.

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7. BIRSA MUNDA TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIPS


ST Category B.Tech Govt. of Jharkhand Till period Eligible ST 12 months’ tuition 1). Parents Income Rs.
State of study Category B.Tech fees, admission 1.00 Lakh p.a.
students of fees, examination 2). ST Certificate
Jharkhand fees and other
University fees
(Caution Money not
included)
8. NCERT SCHOLARSHIPS
B.Tech National Council For Till period Qualifying Exam: Rs.500/- p.m. 1. Reservation: 5% for
Educational Research of study Class VIII SC, 7.5% for ST, 3% for
& Training, Govt. of (appearing) PH each in respect of
India class VIII
9. CENTRAL SECTOR TOP CLASS EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
B.Tech Ministry of Social Till period B.TECH 1. Refundable/Non- 1. AIEEE Merit Ranking
Justice & of study Top 10 SC refundable Fee for 2. Non-recipient of other
Empowerment (for SC) Top 05 ST year =40,750/- Scholarship
& Ministry of Tribal (AIEEE Merit 2. Lodging 3. Successful
Affairs (for ST), GoI Ranking) =6,000/- performance in Annual
3. Boarding Exam
=15,600/- 4. Parents Income Rs.
4. Contingency 2.0 Lakh
=3,000/-
5. Cost of Computer
=45,000/-
TOTAL =
1,10,350/-
10. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
Post Matric professional Govt. of India Till period 500 new Day Scholars = 700 1. 40% or more
/Technical Courses of study scholarships, Post per month disability
Matric Hostellers = 1,000 2. Pursuing
professional per month Professional/Technical
/technical + Reimbursement of Courses
Courses Course Fee = 3. Parents Income = Rs.
10,000 per year 15,000 per month
(Financial (Rs. 1,80,000/year)
Assistance for
computer with
editing software for
blind/deaf
students)
11. EARN-WHILE-YOU-LEARN
Poor meritorious Paid by Institute Till period Decided by Decided by Nature of Work:
students of study authorities as authorities as 1. Some Administrative,
admissible under admissible under Academic and Project
the Projects the Projects work in spare time to
finance their studies
2. 150 Students
benefited every year
12. STIPEND/ASSISTANTSHIP
M.Tech Students AICTE, GoI / Paid of Till period Eligible students 8,000 per month 1. Paid by AICTE/GoI,
Institute of study of + Contingency @ MHRD
SC/ST/OBC/Gene 10,000 per annum 2. Available GATE
ral Scorers only
Category 3. Teaching
Assistantship under a
Faculty is necessary
4. Not for
sponsored/MBBS
candidates
5. Teaching for 8 hours
per month, if reqd.

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13. SINGLE GIRL CHILD SCHOLARSHIP


M.Tech Girl Students Govt. of India Till period Only for Girls 2,000 per month 1). Single Girl Child in family
of study SC/ST/ (should not have any other
General brother or sister)
2). Age upto 30 years
(Based on 3).Certificate from First
eligibility) Class Magistrate/Gazetted
Officer reg. ONLY CHILD IN
FAMILY Status
14. UGC SCHOLARSHIP
M.Tech Students UGC, GoI Till period Based on eligibility 5,000 per month Age Limit – 45 for Male, 50
of study Female (may be relaxed in
exceptions)
Duration: 2-3 years (or
tenure)

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Fee Structure
FEE STRUCTURE OF MBA‐IT & MS‐CLIS DEGREE COURSE 
 

 
[As approved by the Board of Governors of the Institute vide their Resolution No. 03 in the 22nd
 
Meeting dated August 11, 2008] 
 

  1st Semester  2nd & 4th Semester  3rd Semester 


  Amount  Sponsored Amount  Sponsored Amount  Sponsored
Particulars 
Amount  (Rs.)  Amount (Rs.)  Amount (Rs.) 
Sl.  (Rs.)  (Rs.) 
No.  (Rs.) 

1.  Alumni Fund  8000.00  8000.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐ 

2.  Tuition Fees  25000.00  50000.00  25000.00  50000.00  25000.00  50000.00 

3.  Admission Fee  1000.00  1000.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  1000.00  1000.00 

4.  Provisional Certificate Fee  500.00  500.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  500.00  500.00 

5.  Identity Card Fee  500.00  500.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  500.00  500.00 

6.  Medical Fee  1000.00  1000.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  1000.00  1000.00 

7.  Student Benevolent fund  500.00  500.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  500.00  500.00 

8.  Sports Fee  500.00  500.00  ‐‐‐  ‐‐‐  500.00  500.00 

* Hostel Rent (Single 
occupancy Rs. 6000/‐ per 
9.  semester and Double  3000.00  3000.00  3000.00  3000.00  3000.00  3000.00 
occupancy Rs. 3000/‐ per 
semester) 

10.  Grade Card Fee  500.00  500.00  500.00  500.00  500.00  500.00 

  Total  40500.00  65500.00  28500.00  53500.00  32500.00  57500.00 


Note: * For Hostellers only 
1. In addition, Mess Fee @ Rs. 9480/‐ per Semester is also chargeable, from Hostellers 
2. Fee Structure for NRI/FN etc. students is governed separately as per GOI norms. 

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