JNTUH – VEDA IIT M.S. in VLSI Engineering Admission 2016 : VEDA IIT Under MOU with JNTUH offers M.S. in VLSI Engineering programmes for the academic year 2016-2017. This MS program is the result of an MOU between Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) and a consortium of VLSI companies consisting of AMD, SoCtronics and VEDA Institute of Information Technology (VEDAIIT), Hyderabad. The consortium agreed to collaborate in Design, Development, Implementation and offering of the MS Program in VLSI Engineering and any other relevant specialization that may be offered to further widen the scope of the partnership.
VEDA IIT – JNTUH M.S. in VLSI Engineering Admission 2016
VEDA IIT Under MOU with JNTUH offers M.S. in VLSI Engineering Programme – Degree awarded by JNTUH under University-Industry Partnership Program Conducted by VEDA IIT, one of the top industry-centric VLSI Engineering institutes 2 Semesters of Project Work in Consortium & Associated Companies Knowledge-intensive and Industry-oriented program.
|Date of Entrance Test||28 May 2016|
- Apply Online (Process is over now..!!!)
DD for Rs. 500/- should be taken in favor of “VEDA Institute of Information Technology Pvt. Ltd.” before filling the application form. DD’s should reach VEDA IIT by 25 May 2016.
- BE / B Tech in Electronics / Electrical / Computer Science / IT / Instrumentation
- Final year students may also apply
- Admission based on performance in the Entrance Tests & Interview
The Pattern of test paper consists of Objective type (Fill in the blanks 2 Marks questions)
Short answer type (3 or 4 or 5 Marks Questions)
- Problem solving type questions
- Design based questions
Example 2: Design a combinational circuit, that multiplies an input decimal digit represented in BCD by 5. The output is to be represented in BCD. Show that the outputs can be obtained from the input lines without using any logic gates..
Example 3: Convert T flip-flop to D flip-flop.
Example 4: Swap two variables without using third variable using C.
Example 5: Given a jar of 8 liters full of water, show how you can divide the quantity of water into two halves using only 5 liters and 3 liters jars.
Scope : B.Tech level
The test will be conducted with a main focus on
- Digital Hardware Design basics
- Analytical and General Aptitude etc.
It will also cover to some extent questions in
- Basic concepts in Digital Communications etc
Students are admitted to M.S Program in VLSI Engineering on the basis of their overall performance in the below:
- Phase 1: JNTUH Entrance Test
- Phase 2: VEDA Entrance Test (For shortlisted candidates in JNTUH Test)
- Phase 3: Interview based on performance in the Entrance Test
B. Tech marks get some consideration in final selection.
NRI candidates are admitted to M.S program on the basis of their scores in the qualifying degree and performance in interview.