Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar

B.Tech Mechanical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
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Quick Facts

Total Fees
9.94 Lakhs
Exam
JEE Advanced
Online JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Counselling
19 Jun, 2019 - 15 Jul, 2019 (Tentative)
Seats
50

Fees Details

General:
9.94 Lakhs
Scheduled Caste:
1.94 Lakhs
Scheduled Tribe:
1.94 Lakhs
Other Backward Caste:
9.94 Lakhs

Hostel Fee per Semesters: Rs. 19,300/‐

Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Important Dates

For all Exams Accepted by this Course
Dates Events
19 Jun, 2019 - 15 Jul, 2019 (Tentative) JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Counselling | Mode: Online
19 Jun, 2019 - 15 Jul, 2019 (Tentative) JEE Advanced AAT - Counselling | Mode: Online
21 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced AAT - Result | Mode: Online
17 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced AAT - Exam | Mode: Offline
14 Jun, 2019 - 15 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced AAT - Application | Mode: Online
14 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Result | Mode: Online
14 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Answer Key - Final | Mode: Online
04 Jun, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Answer Key - Provisional | Mode: Online
27 May, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Exam | Mode: Online
20 May, 2019 - 27 May, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Admit Card | Mode: Online
03 May, 2019 - 09 May, 2019 JEE Advanced Paper 1 & 2 - Application | Mode: Online

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering is four years (8 Semester) full-time undergraduate engineering program offered at the Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar.

IIT Bhubaneswar endeavors to be both globally competent and locally relevant. The School offers B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering), Dual Degree B.Tech- M.Tech (Mechanical Systems Design and Thermal Science Engineering), M.Tech. (Mechanical Systems Design and Thermal Science Engineering) and Ph.D. programs. The thrust areas of the School include Energy & Environment, Advanced Manufacturing, Autonomous Robotics, Product Design and Agricultural automation. The faculty members of the School are also involved in basic research in their own areas of specialization while also coming together to blend their shared expertise in creating technologies, products and processes that will enrich both the national and local economy. The School sees its role in nation building via three important avenues of contribution – building of human, knowledge and wealth capital through creation of comprehensive idea-to-industry cycle.

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Admission Process

Admission to all B.Tech. programmes are through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).

Eligibility Criteria

Examinations Considered as Equivalent to Class XII 

  • The final examination of the 10+2 system, conducted by a Central or State Board recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  • Intermediate or two-year Pre-University examination conducted by a Board or University recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.
  • The final examination of the two-year course of the Joint Services Wing of the National Defence Academy.
  • Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling with a minimum of five subjects.
  • Any Public School, Board or University examination in India or in a foreign country recognized as equivalent to the 10+2 system by the AIU.
  • H.S.C. vocational examination.
  • A Diploma recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) or a State Board of Technical Education of at least 3 years duration.
  • General Certificate Education (GCE) examination (London, Cambridge or Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level.
  • High School Certificate Examination of the Cambridge University or International Baccalaureate Diploma of the International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva.

Candidates who have completed Class XII (or equivalent) examination outside India or from a Board not specified above should produce a certificate from the AIU to the effect that the examination they have passed is equivalent to the Class XII examination.

In case the Class XII examination is not a public examination, the candidate must have passed at least one public (Board or Pre-University) examination earlier.

Student Reviews

One of the upcoming best engineering college in India.

Posted on 15 Apr' 18 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
The Research. It is not easy to summarize the research output at an institutional level, and I am by no means an expert in the relevant metrics. However, for a typical academic, just looking us up should give a fair sense of what's going on. We maintain a reasonably up-to-date repository of publications that our faculty and/or students are involved in, a list of sponsored research projects by discipline, and a list of our research/lab facilities, where an update is overdue (and hopefully coming soon). Notably, a research park is in the works, after the government approved a 90-cr grant to that end. Most of our faculty have their recent publications listed on their profile pages, so that's a good place to start as well. You are also welcome to schedule a visit if you want a more direct sense of the research environment and the kind of work that goes on. In terms of the general atmosphere, we usually do well in terms of routinely having visitors on the campus: on an average week, there's always an interesting talk/event, either of a general or specialized nature, to participate in. Several of these are featured on our Youtube channel: lectures from our GIAN courses will soon be made available (one of them is already up), and videos from several courses, conferences, workshops, and one-off talks are also available. Please note that we are only able to capture a small fraction of the total activity, so I leave it to you to extrapolate or check our facebook feed for a more comprehensive overview. The Education. I don't imagine that we have attempted revolutionizing education in a fundamental sense: for example, we still rely on the JEE for selecting our undergraduate students, we do give out grades like everyone else, our courses still run on the semester system - so I figure we are quite normal in many ways. Having said that, we do experiment, and are about as disruptive as it is possible to be while staying within - or just skirting :) - the norms that come with being a part of the IIT fraternity. Here's a third-party reflection on our foundation program and here is another. Our curriculum structure makes it possible for people to either graduate early or later than their default program duration - we have seen some interesting consequences of this kind of flexibility. We're home to a fair number of brave/fun startup attempts. The Explorer's Fellowship and the Gram Fellowship allows for students to get some glimpses of the real world. The Self-Learning Mode is an interesting sweet spot between mandating attendance and letting students disappear with no sense of accountability. In terms of the content and the structure of our curricula, particularly at the undergraduate level, I realize that some of our choices are considered contentious. In that context, let me point out that we are intensely aware of the issues surrounding these choices: rest assured that the problems enjoy many a colorful debate during faculty meetings and other forums. The Campus. The permanent campus is a joy to be in. Watch this video tour to get a sense of the aesthetics, or check out the campus website to see the features of the campus. Sustainability is at the heart of the campus design, not an afterthought, and that reflects in several details. For example, we were featured in a case study of the Swachh Bharat Mission. We have received several recognitions for the innovations in construction technology, the welfare of the construction workers, and the green features integrated into the campus. General Facilities. We have generally excellent guest houses and hostels, a meticulously maintained library, and plenty of options for sport and recreation. I expect the campus to be fairly self-sustained when the second phase of construction is complete. The office spaces are wonderful, even when they were operational as shared spaces. For the record, and contrary to some speculations on this forum - the offices assigned now are not shared spaces by default. Also, several of us share our offices with students or other colleagues anyway, because it happens to be more productive and fun that way. On the flip side, we could use more hangouts and coffee joints in the academic area! Outreach. This is a huge focus area at the institute - whether it is attention to detail when it comes to the safety of construction workers, or initiatives like NEEV and NYASA. One senses that there is a tangible impact from these efforts, which get more and more systematic and sustainable with every passing year, and it is very heartening to see that this is a passion shared by the entire fraternity. The NIRF Rankings. We weren't the only one who got shuffled around. The rankings have been ripped apart by several experts so I would encourage you to look a little closer than just the number in the outcome. You might say that we didn't point out these philosophical issues when we had the eighth position last year... indeed, while it is true that we were thrilled, the NIRF rankings were not our only bragging rights from that year :) On the other hand, despite the various issues with the rankings themselves, we are in the process of evaluating what happened, and the extent to which we have contributed to the variation. --- Overall: I will emphasize again that there is a general recognition of areas where there is room for improvement. On a meta-note, what I think is reassuring is that the culture here creates frequent opportunities for introspection - for example, the annual leadership and academic conclaves; regular meetings and discussions at the level of the general community, the faculty body, the students, and so on; all done with the intention of reminding ourselves of our overall vision, taking stock and figuring out where we need to course correct. IITGN may not be utopian (what place is?)... however, anyone looking to form their impressions of the institute should consider looking at the work that we do, the collaborations we have, the events we are able to host, the visiting faculty we are able to attract, the kind of students we graduate, and so on. If possible, have direct interactions with people from IITGN over email or in person: you will get a wide(r) spectrum of perceptions. Every story has at least two sides, and I don't believe they are all proportionately represented here.
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Helps in exploring about own by giving lots of opportunity

Posted on 08 Feb' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2020 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
Here placements are increasing day by day as this year it has highest ratio of core to non-core placements.Infrastructure is not so goid but its being better day by day.Faculties are ready to helo us any time except some faculty on high post of our institute.Mechanical is best branch here.Hostel is very good because of our student's representatives under student gymkhana.Here the good thing is that u can study or enjoy or both as much as u can noone is here to disturb anybody.
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Posted on 31 Jan' 17 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2018 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
The permanent campus of IIT Bhubaneswar is spreading over 936 Acres of land. It is situated at the foot of Barunei Hill, which is famous for its rich history. The campus provides a unique serene and pollution free academic environment. IIT Bhubaneswar has Academic area, Residential area and area for Training centres and Research Park. Although IIT Bhubaneswar had started functioning from two transit campuses in the Bhubaneswar city during its inception period, majority of residential and academic activities have now started in the permanent campus at Argul. The campus placement is great here.almost 95% out of all registered students gets placed every year.
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My college its the best

Posted on 17 Feb' 16 by Nitheesh
Batch of 2015 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
Our college ranks 16 among the premier institutes of India. It also has the second largest area of the campus among other IIT'S leaving IIT KGP in the first place. Our college IIT Bhubaneswar is located in the capital city of Orissa i.e., Bhubaneswar. Bhubaneswar is a pleasant city with lesser pollution when compared with other IIT'S. We have an excellent hostel, food and scenarios. We have excellent staff and a large library and also Computer lab with a website ERP where we can get access to a lot of journals and thesis and even can find PDF versions of books etcetera. We have students Gymkhana which ensures the plain functioning of college activities. We also have a gym for our guys to do exercises and stay healthy. If I keep going I can write a book about my college.
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I m an IITBBSian

Posted on 17 Feb' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of 2015 | B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
Our college ranks 16 among the premier institutes of India. It also has the second largest area of the campus among other IIT'S leaving IIT KGP in the first place. Our college IIT Bhubaneswar is located in the capital city of Orissa i.e.,Bhubaneswar. Bhubaneswar is pleasant city with lesser pollution when compared with other IIT'S. We have an excellent hostel, food and scenarios. We have excellent staff and a large library and also Computer lab with a website ERP where we can get access to a lot of journals and thesis and even can find PDF versions of books etcetera. We have students Gymkhana which ensures the plain functioning of college activities. We also have a gym for our guys to do exercises and stay healthy. If I keep going I can write a book about my college.
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