Why Choose the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi?

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The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi is one of the best IITs in India, with a reputation for excellent teaching, research study, and advancement in science, engineering, and technology.

Established in 1961 as the College of Engineering, it was inaugurated by Prof. Humayun Kabir, Minister of Scientific Research & Cultural Affairs, in August 1961. The Institute was later declared an Institution of National Importance under the Institutes of Technology Amendment Act in 1963 and was renamed as Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. IIT Delhi provides many courses for students such as Engineering, Physical Sciences, Management, and Humanities & Social Sciences.

The campus is located on 365 acres, surrounded by the Hauz Khas area and monuments such as the Qutub Minar and Lotus Temple with basic amenities such as a hospital, shopping Centre, telecom Centre, stadium, banks, post office, playing fields, etc. It also provides facilities like swimming pools, gymnasium halls, squash courts, hobbies workshops, seminar rooms, music rooms, amphitheater, etc. IIT Delhi offers more than 100 courses at UG, PG, and Ph.D. levels.

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Course Detail

The institute offers hundreds of courses in any stream such as Engineering, Design, Management, etc. B.Tech is the most highlighted course of IIT Delhi, it is a four-year program and also offers two-years PG programs such as MTech, MBA, MSc, and MDes.

Here some top courses of the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi with their eligibility criteria and fees are given below:

BTech- According to the IIT Delhi fee structure, candidates should have to pay INR 4,47,000 lakhs. Candidates must have a 10+2 degree with 75% marks.

MTech- Candidates should have to pay INR 18,900 in the whole year for MTech. Candidates must have a degree of BE/ BTech or MSc with 60% marks.

MBA- Candidates should have to pay INR 8,00,00 in the whole year for MBA. Candidates must have a graduation degree with 60% marks.

MSc- Candidates should have to pay INR 25,150 in the whole year for MSc. Candidates must have a graduation degree with 55% marks.

MDes- Candidates should have to pay INR 18,900 in the whole year for MDes. Candidates must have a BE/BTech/BArch degree with 75% marks.

NOTE – The IIT Delhi fees which are mentioned above are without any scholarship.

Cut Off of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) is declared the IIT Delhi Cutoff on online mode to get admission in this institution.

Here the Determining Factors for Cutoff of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority will consider the following factors for determining the cutoff of IIT Delhi-

  • Based on previous years Cutoff trends
  • Number of candidates
  • Number of seat availability at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  • The difficulty level of JEE Advanced 2021
  • Category of Candidates

Previous Years JEE Advanced Cutoff

The candidate who will qualify for the IIT Delhi Cutoff of JEE Advanced 2021 will have higher chances of admission.

Common rank list (CRL)- Candidates should be Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject is 5% and Minimum Percentage Aggregate Marks is 17.50%.

GEN-EWS rank list- Candidates should be Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject is 4.50% and Minimum Percentage Aggregate Marks is 15.75%.

OBC-NCL rank list- Candidates should be Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject is 4.50% and Minimum Percentage Aggregate Marks is 15.75%.

SC/ST rank list- Candidates should be Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject is 2.50% and Minimum Percentage Aggregate Marks is 8.75%.

Placement

The number of placements of the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi increased every year. In 2020, approximately 85.6 percent of this institution's students were placed; however, due to the outbreak of COVID 19, IIT Delhi placement was disrupted. Some of the top companies are visiting the campus of IIT Delhi such as Microsoft, Intel, Goldman Sachs, UBER, Standard Chartered, Societe Generale, etc.

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