IIT Bombay was established in 1958 under the Government of India. The institute started functioning with 14 academic departments, 10 centres, two schools and three interdisciplinary programmes. IIT Bombay is approved by The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The institute offered admission to 652 students for undergraduate programmes and 1102 students for postgraduate programmes in the year 2008-2009. IIT B has also provided employment to 495 faculty members in 2008-2009. IIT Bombay provides different undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes related to different disciplines. The college offers admission to B.Tech/B.E/BS/DD programmes based on JEE Advance scores, B.Des programmes based on UCEED scores, M.Tech/M.E/M.Phil/MBA programmes based on GATE scores, M.Des programmes based on CEED scores, M.Sc programmes based on JAM scores and Ph.D programmes based on the marks scored in the written test and interview conducted by IIT Bombay.
IIT Bombay is located in Powai, Bombay. Students can reach the Institute campus by taking an auto or a taxi. Students reaching the city by Central Railway Suburban train will have to get down at KanjurMarg, Vikhroli or Ghatkopar. If students are coming by the Western Railway Suburban train then they will have to get down at Andheri, Bandra, Goregaon or Malad. IIT Bombay is 10 km away from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. Students can hire a cab or auto to reach the Institute campus from the airport.
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Clubs, Committees and Societies:-
Film Club- The Film Club has been developed with the objective of providing more knowledge about films to students. Students of this club have interest towards media, films and cinema.
Classical Music Society- The members of this Club involve themselves and conduct practice sessions to improve their musical skills. Students are encouraged to join this club so that they can learn new genres of music. Members of this club have also participated and conducted many events inside the institute.
Debating Club- This Club has been formed with the objective of improving the debating skills of students. Students here involve in activities where they practice to improve their debating skills. Students have also conducted and taken part in different events of the institute where they have showcased their talent.
Literary Society- This Society aims to improve the literary skills of students. Students here learn and search for topics so that they can increase their vocabulary and literary skills. Students also get a number of opportunities to showcase and improve their literary skills.
Music Club- This Club aims to improve the musical skills of students. Students here rehearse different forms of music so that they can learn and participate in different musical events conducted inside and outside the institute.
Wildlife Club- The Wildlife Club consist of members who are interested in knowing more about wildlife. Members of this club also have an interest towards wildlife photography and knowing more about wildlife and their habits.
Trekkers Club- The Trekkers Club has been formed with students who are interested in adventurous activities like trekking, cycling etc. Students here go for fun activities like trekking where they get a chance to take a break from their academics and indulge in fun activities.
Aeromodelling Club- Members of this Club have a keen interest towards developing and inventing new aero-models. Students of this club organise workshops and activities where they learn about developing new models and implement their ideas in different activities.
Electronics Club- The Electronics Club aims to hone the skills of students in the field of electronics. Members of this club possess quite a good knowledge in the field of electronics.
Science Club- This Club motivates students to learn and gain more knowledge about the advancing science. Students here students new books and research topics on the internet to learn more about science which will also help them in their academics.
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Exams and Cutoffs
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, offers admission to B.Tech/B.E/BS/Dual Degree programmes, B.Des programme, M.Tech/M.E/M.Phil/MBA programmes, M.Des programmes, M.Sc programmes and PhD programmes. Admission to B.Tech/B.E/BS/Dual Degree programmes is offered by IIT Bombay on the basis of scores JEE Advanced and candidates qualifying JEE Advanced will further have to register for JoSAA counselling for participating in the choice filling, choice locking and seat allotment. For admission to B.Des programme, aspirants have to qualify UCEED exam conducted by IIT Bombay and further, they have to participate in the UCEED counselling. Admission to M.Tech/M.E/M.Phil/MBA programmes are offered by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay on the basis of GATE/MAT/CAT/UGC-JRF/UGC-NET. For Admission to M.Des programmes, candidates have to qualify the CEED exam conducted by IIT Bombay. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, offers admission to M.Sc programmes on the basis of JAM followed by participation in JAM counselling process. Admission Ph.D programmes are offered by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay on the basis of GATE/CEED score or Junior Research Fellowship of CSIR/UGC/NBHM/DBT/ICAR/ICMR/ICPR or DST INSPIRE Fellowship. The last stage of admission of all the courses offered by IIT Bombay comprises participation in the counselling process, document verification and fee payment. The detailed admission procedure of all the courses offered by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is given below.
For Admission to B.Tech/B.E/BS/Dual Degree programmes-
Candidates seeking admission to B.Tech/B.E/BS/Dual Degree programmes, have to appear and qualify JEE Advanced.
Based on their scores in JEE Advanced, candidates have to register for JoSAA counselling on the official website of JoSAA along with necessary documents and payment of fees.
Candidates need to choose IIT Bombay as the preferred college while doing the choice locking.
Candidates are offered admission to B.Tech/BE/BS/Dual Degree programmes based on JoSAA registration, participation in counselling, choice filling, choice locking, document verification and fee payment.
For Admission to B.Des programme-
Candidates seeking admission to the B.Des programme need to appear and qualify for the UCEED exam conducted by IIT Bombay.
Based on the qualifying scores, candidates have to register themselves for UCEED counselling on the official website of UCEED along with all necessary documents and payment of fees.
Candidates need to select IIT Bombay as their first preference while doing the choice locking.
Candidates can get admission to the B.Des programme after the successful verification of documents and payment of fees.
For Admission to M.Tech/M.E/M.Phil/MBA programmes-
Candidates seeking admission to these postgraduate programmes need to appear and qualify GATE/MAT/CAT/UGC-JRF/UGC-NET.
Based on the qualifying scores, students have to register themselves for counselling on the official website of IIT Bombay.
Candidates need to register themselves for counselling by providing their exam credentials, qualifying degrees, personal details and fees payment.
Candidates will get admission after the successful verification of documents and payment of fees.
For Admission to M.Des programmes-
Candidates seeking admission to the M.Des programme need to appear and qualify for the CEED exam conducted by IIT Bombay.
Based on the qualifying scores, candidates have to register themselves for CEED counselling on the official website of CEED along with all necessary documents and payment of fees.
Candidates need to select IIT Bombay as their first preference while doing the choice locking.
Candidates can get admission to the M.Des programme after the successful verification of documents and payment of fees.
For Admission to M.Sc programmes-
Candidates seeking admission to M.Sc programmes need to appear and qualify JAM.
Based on their JAM scores and eligibility criteria, candidates need to register themselves for JAM counselling on the official website of JAM by providing their JAM credentials, qualifying degrees certificates, personal details and fees payment.
Candidates will have to select IIT Bombay as their first preference while doing the choice locking.
Candidates will be offered admission to M.Sc programmes based on the counselling participation, choice locking, choice filling, document verification and payment of fees.
For Admission to Ph.D programmes-
Candidates must have a valid GATE/CEED score or Junior Research Fellowship of CSIR/UGC/NBHM/DBT/ICAR/ICMR/ICPR or DST INSPIRE Fellowship to get admission to Ph.D programmes.
Candidates seeking admission to doctoral programmes, need to clear the written test conducted by the respective departments.
Candidates who will qualify the written test, need to appear for an interview related to their research area.
Based on the marks scored by candidates in their written test and interview, merit list of the eligible candidates will be released by the authority.
Candidates interested in applying in more than one department needs to apply on separate application forms along with the appropriate fee.
Candidates will get admission to doctoral programmes after the successful verification of documents and payment of fees.
Engineering and Architecture (B.E /B.Tech)
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There are some facilities provided to students and staff under the rules and regulations of the authority which are mentioned below.
Hostel- IIT Bombay has 17 hostels which provides accommodation to girls and boys in separate hostels along with all the basic facilities to students. The hostels are provided with a mess facility inside the hostels serving quality food to students.
Gymkhana- The Gymkhana is an organisation which functions towards developing the the activities of students. Gymkhana works towards solving the issues of students.
Central Library- The central library has a collection of about 4.4 lakh volumes which provides knowledge and information to students regarding any relevant topic or subject. The library also uses modern technology and social media platforms including facebook and twitter for posting necessary information and news. The library also has a reading room area where students and staff are allowed to make use of the space for reading books.
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Questions related to IIT B
my daughter scored 131 rank in uceed . will she get iit b .des anywhere .
From UCEED you get chance to get admission into four IITs for course of Design but you should note that there are very few seats for reservation categories like SC, ST and so on and hence there cut-off also goes very high.
With this rank and category your daughter cannot get any of the IIT because according to her reservation category, her category rank should be below 30-40 than only she will have chances to get into IITs.
For more details about UCEED cut-off, refer to the link given below :-
However you can try for some other colleges with this score like DTU and so on. You should refer to the link given below for list of top colleges accepting UCEED score :-
I hope this information helps you.
sir when should i start my preparation for gates exam for addmission in iit for mtech mumbai means in which year of btech
see gate exam has separate syllabus, so you do not need to study the full syllabus of your entire b.tech course, generally the right time to practice question is from the starting of third year, cause upto second year the basic subjects syllabus is done. you may follow the previous years papers and syllabus of gate to start of your gate preparation.
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as we know that iit bombay requires maths in 12th compulsory to get admission for Msc biotechnology even if your iit jam rank is eligible ..so my question is i have cleared my 12th with PCB ..so if i clear 12th maths exam after that then will i be able to get admission in iit bombay???
The eligibility to get admission in IIT, Bombay in M.Sc Biotechnology through IIT JAM is that you must have passed bachelor's degree in any discipline and there is no essential subject requirement for M.Sc Biotechnology. Mathematics is essential subject to get admission in M.Sc-P.hD integrated degree in environmental Science and Engineering in IIT, Bombay. I request you to go through the JAM brochure and check the minimum education qualification requirement https://jam.iitk.ac.in/doc/JAM-2020_Admission_Brochure.pdf
what is IIT Bombay s environment on its campus
As per the review s of the student, IIT Bombay in terms of Infrastructure is the best college. Infrastructure here is good with lot of facilities like AC, library, wifi, hostels,etc. Also it has good faculty, placement and campus life. It is worth for study also campus life is good here. College environment is good and safe too.
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