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IIT BHU offers admissions to M.Tech., M.Pharm. and Ph.D. programmes (Odd Semester) in various departments/schools for the academic session 2017-18. The application should be submitted online only. Interested candidates can check all the details like application procedure, eligibility criteria, selection procedure etc. from this page given below.
IIT BHU M.Tech Admission 2017
The Institute has 10 Engineering 3 Science and 1 Humanistic Studies Departments and 3 Interdisciplinary Schools which offer PG programmes in the respective disciplines. Joint registrations for Ph.D. programme involving more than one department/ school are encouraged to promote multi-disciplinary research. Candidates whose qualifying examination results are not declared at the time of written test / interview are also eligible to apply.
Schedule for IIT BHU M.Tech./ M.Pharm./Ph.D. is given below.
|Opening of admission portal for online submission of application form||13 Apr 2017|
|Last date for online submission of Application form||01 May 2017|
|Notification of shortlisted candidates to be called for Interview||10 May 2017|
|Date of Interview/Written Test||12-17 Jun 2017|
|Last date for submission of Admission fee online||22 Jun 2017|
|Last date for 1st withdrawal from Admission / Wait list activation||22 Jun 2017|
|Last date for 2nd withdrawal from Admission / Wait list activation||29 Jun 2017|
|Date of PG Admission Closure||05 Jul 2017|
|Date of Physical Registration in Deptt/School concerned||24 Jul 2017|
|Commencement of Classes||26 Jul 2017|
|Final activation of Wait list||26 Jul 2017|
Application Form 2017
The application should be submitted online only. The applicants are advised to carefully read the information brochure and instructions (provided below) before proceeding to the online submission of application. Applicants may contact he[email protected] for any queries related to the online submission of application.
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The application processing fee of Rs. 500.00 for GEN/OBC candidates and Rs. 250.00 for SC/ST candidates should be paid ONLINE ONLY and is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Follow the steps given bellow to Apply Online
- Step 1. Register into the portal
- Step 2. Login to fill the application form – Click here to view a sample application form
- Step 3. Select the programme
- Step 4. Upload your photograph and signature
- Step 5. Pay online the application processing fee – Click here to view a sample application form format
- Step 6. Select the Programme, Department/School, Discipline/Specialization(s)
- Step 7. Fill in the qualifying entrance exam details
- Step 8. Fill in the academic information
- Step 9. Fill in the work experience
- Step 10. Fill in the publication details
- Step 11. Fill in the referees details
- Step 12. Self Declaration
- Step 13. Save, View, Lock/Submit and Download the application form (PDF)
For Complete Instruction to fill application form – Click here
Candidates who possess the requisite qualifications are eligible for admission to postgraduate programmes in the respective Departments/ Schools of the Institute leading to M.Tech./M.Pharm. degree. The candidates should have secured a minimum of 60% marks / 6.0 CPI (on a 10.0 point scale) in the qualifying degree. In addition, they should have qualified in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) for M.Tech. Programmes & Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) for M.Pharm. Programme.
Most of the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees that are being awarded in the disciplines/areas in the country and abroad are listed in the following. However, a candidate possessing a degree that does not exactly conform to the degrees listed below may be considered for admission, based on the performance in written test / interview and provided that the interview /admission committee, upon scrutiny of the list of courses done and credits earned by the candidate, finds that the degree concerned is at par with those listed below.
Programmes without specializations
Programmes with specializations
Applicants must have the requisite qualification with minimum marks/CPI in the discipline concerned or in an allied discipline/area. Applicants who qualified in CSIR/UGC-NET-JRF may be offered admission after an interview as and when they apply for admission to Ph.D. programmes in Departments/Schools where sciences are allied disciplines. However, they should be recommended to register formally for the programme at the next available semester. Such candidates with CSIR/UGC-NET-JRF qualification who are applying for admission in response to advertisement for the current session will go through similar procedure of selection.
For more details of eligibility criteria candidates refer to the information brochure.
Candidates shortlisted on the basis of GATE/GPAT Score, which is valid and above the qualifying pass mark may be selected for M.Tech./M.Pharm. programmes either on the basis of their GATE/GPAT score or written test or interview or on the basis of any combination of these as declared by the individual department/school.
Admission to Ph.D. Programme
The applicants must apply for admission by the mode prescribed in the Advertisement.
All admissions will be made on approval by the Chairman, Senate on the recommendations of the duly constituted selection committees and the Chairperson, SPGC. A selection committee will consist of faculty members, one of whom will be from another Department/ School. The constitution of the selection committee will be proposed by the DPGC and approved by the Chairperson, SPGC.
The selection committee may form separate sub-committees, if necessary, to select candidates belonging to different categories, viz., sponsored, QIP, etc. It is necessary to prepare separate merit lists for each of these cases. Notwithstanding any other clause contained in the ordinances, all such candidates should satisfy the specified minimum requirements of marks/CPI in the qualifying degree.
Admission to Ph.D. programmes will be based normally on written test and/or interview of the candidates shortlisted by the DPGC of the Department/School concerned.
The short listing for calling for written test and/or interview may be done based either on the percentage marks/CPI in the qualifying examination or on the GATE/GPAT score. If the results of the qualifying examination for a candidate are not declared, the marks/CPI obtained by the candidate up to and including the previous semester may be considered for short listing.
At first, a merit list of all applicants who have qualified in the admission test/interview mentioned in item number 3 above shall be prepared and the seats allocated to the Open Category shall be filled up in order of merit from this merit list. Remaining qualified applicants shall be allotted seats category-wise.
For Complete details of IIT BHU Admission 2017 – Download Information Brochure.