ICFAI Admission The ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education

ITSAT, now known as ATIT, is conducted by ICFAI. ATIT is an entrance examination which admits students in B.Tech Programs and 3-year Integrated B.Sc Programs. ICFAI invites applicants to take this exam in two phases. It is conducted in both offline and online mode. The result of ATIT has announced for the previous session and application form for the 2nd phase is available. The applicants are required to book a slot to appear for the exam. After this, the admit card will be generated by ICFAI. Check complete details about ITSAT which is now known as ATIT, from this page.

Latest: Application Form for ATIT is available, apply now through the “Application Form” page. Candidates can check the result of previous ATIT session, click here to check it.


ATIT is conducted twice a year in offline and online mode. Admission is granted in various campuses of ICFAI across India. Interested candidates must go through all the information given on this page to know about ICFAI.

Check the schedule for ITSAT/ATIT in the table given below.

Last date to submit Application Form 08 May 2019
Slot Booking for ITSAT (Now ATIT) starts 2nd week of Apr 2019
Slot Booking for ITSAT (Now ATIT) ends 1st week of May 2019
ITSAT (Now ATIT) Exam Date 11 & 12 May 2019 (Online)
ITSAT (Now ATIT) Declaration of result 2nd week of May 2019

B.Tech Courses offered in ICFAI

The following branches of engineering are offered in ICFAI:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Mining Engineering

ITSAT Eligibility Criteria

Following is the eligibility criteria for ITSAT as prescribed by ICFAI.

  1. Pass with 60% or above aggregate in class 12th or its equivalent with Maths, Physics, Chemistry, English as subjects.
  2. Class 12th students awaiting final exam result can also apply.
  3. Applicant must have completed 12 years of formal schooling to apply.
  4. Must fulfill the minimum age requirement as prescribed by the respective Board through which the applicant has appeared for the qualifying exam.

ITSAT Application Form

ITSAT/ATIT Application Form invites candidates twice a year. It can be filled and submitted offline and online. Candidates can apply online on ICFAI’s official website or submit the form on any of ICFAI’s campuses in the country. The application fee is Rs. 500. It is required to upload a coloured passport size photograph in the application form. The file size of the photograph is not supposed to be more than 30KB and it should be in JPG/GIF format.

ITSAT Slot Booking

Candidates are required to book slots to appear for the exam. The admit card will only be generated after this process is completed. ICFAI will open the portal for Slot Booking in April till the end date of application form. It is an extremely important step in the process. Candidates reserve a seat for themselves in the test center by booking a slot. They are required to login with their application number and date of birth to enter the portal and book a slot.

ITSAT Admit Card

ITSAT Admit Card will release for candidates who have successfully applied for the exam. After this, candidates will have to book their exam slots. ICFAI will generate ITSAT/ATIT Admit Card after that. It can be downloaded online from the official website. It will have the complete details about candidate’s allotted test center, roll number, test date and timings etc. Candidates have to carry a valid ID proof along on the exam day.

ITSAT Result

ICFAI will declare ITSAT/ATIT Result in the second week of May. Candidates can check it online on the official website of ICFAI. They will have to enter their application number and date of birth as the password to check the result. The result does not ensure admission unless and until the eligibility criteria is met.

ITSAT Exam Pattern

The exam pattern for ITSAT is as follows:

  1. Mode of Exam: The exam is held in both Computer-Based and Pen-paper based
  2. Duration of the Exam: 03 hours
  3. Type of Questions: MCQ
  4. Number of Questions: 180
Subjects Number of Questions
Mathematics 50
Physics 40
Chemistry 30
English 30
Logical Reasoning 30

ITSAT Syllabus

Note the syllabus for ITSAT/ATIT


  1. Sets, Relations and Functions
  2. Complex Numbers
  3. Matrices and Determinants
  4. Quadratic Equations
  5. Permutations and Combinations
  6. Mathematical Inductions and its applications
  7. Binomial Theorems and its applications
  8. Sequences and Series
  9.  Differential Calculus
  10. Integral Calculus
  11. Differential Equations
  12. Two Dimensional Geometry
  13. Three Dimensional Geometry
  14. Vector Algebra
  15. Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
  16. Probability
  17. Trigonometry
  18. Statics
  19. Dynamics


  1. Units and Measurements
  2. Motion in One Dimension
  3. Motion in two or three dimensions
  4. Laws of motion
  5. Work, Energy and Power
  6. Rotational Motion and Moment of inertia
  7. Gravitation
  8. Solids and fluids
  9. Oscillations
  10. Waves
  11. Heat and Thermodynamics
  12. Transference of heat
  13. Electrostatics
  14. Current Electricity
  15. Thermal and Chemical effects of current
  16. Magnetic effects of current
  17. Magnetostatics
  18. Electromagnetic Induction and alternating currents
  19. Ray Optics
  20. Wave Optics
  21. Electromagnetic Waves
  22. Electron and Photons
  23. Atoms, Molecules and Nuclei
  24. Solids and Semi Conductors Devices


  1. Basic Concepts
  2. States of Matter
  3. Atomic Structure
  4. Solutions
  5. Chemical Energetic and thermodynamics
  6. Second law of thermodynamics
  7. Chemical equilibrium
  8. Redox reactions and electrochemistry
  9.  Chemistry of non-metals
  10. Chemistry of lighter metals
  11. Heavy metals
  12. Chemistry of representative elements
  13. Hydrocarbons
  14. Organic Compounds Containing Halogens
  15. Transition metals including lathanides
  16. Inner transition elements
  17. Organic Compounds containing oxygen
  18. Coordination chemistry and organo metallics
  19. Organic compounds containing nitrogen
  20. Nuclear chemistry
  21. Synthetic and natural polymers
  22. Purification and characterization of organic compounds
  23. Bio Molecules and Biological Processes
  24. Chemistry in action
  25. Environmental chemistry


  1. Reading comprehension
  2. Diction
  3. Formation of Effective Sentences
  4. Sentence Completion
  5. Vocabulary
  6. Common errors

ICFAI B.Tech Admission through JEE Main, State Exam, and Other National Exams

The admission is also granted on the basis of JEE Main, State Exam, and Other National Level Examinations. Candidates will have to mention the same while applying.

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