Course offered : B.Tech (Information Technology and Mathematical Innovations)
The University of Delhi is the premier university of the country and is known for its high standards in teaching and research and attracts eminent scholars to its faculty. It was established in 1922 as a unitary, teaching and residential university by an Act of the then Central Legislative Assembly. The President of India is the Visitor, the Vice President is the Chancellor and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India is the Pro-Chancellor of the University.
The B.Tech in IT & Mathematical Innovation is offered at the Cluster Innovation Centre of the Delhi University. Building strong analytical skills through Mathematics and application skills of Information Technology (IT), this course encourages students to recognize the connectedness of various disciplines. The course aims to produce adequately skilled graduates with a creative mindset who can provide new solutions to industry in particular and to society in general.
The course offers three specialization streams – Management, Electronics & Embedded System and Systems Biology – important fields of education with significant interface with Mathematics and IT.
Important Note: The admission to this program is via an entrance exam. The tentative date for the exam is 21st June, 2018. However, candidates may send their suggestions to the Examination Branch (firstname.lastname@example.org) with in a week, not later than 25th May 2018. The final schedule based on the recommendations of the Committee will be posted after 25th May 2018 and no further request for a change/modification shall be entertained.
No. of seats : 40 (General 20, SC 6, ST 3, OBC 11)
Supernumerary seats : Supernumerary seats shall be available for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), Children/Widows of the eligible Armed Forces Personnel (CW Category) including Para Military Forces and Foreign Nationals as per the University rules.
Tuition fee : ₹6000 per annum for UR/SC/ST candidates. 100% tuition fee waiver for PwD candidates