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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay offers a total of 106 courses at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. IIT Bombay courses are offered in full-time mode only. IIT Bombay UG courses include B.Tech, BS, B.Tech M.Tech and B.Des. Similarly, M.Tech, M.Sc, Executive M.B.A and M.Sc Ph.D are the IIT Bombay PG courses while Ph.D is the offered doctoral course. The streams in which IIT Bombay courses are offered are Engineering and Architecture, Computer Application and IT, Sciences, Animation and Design, Commerce, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and many more.
IIT Bombay course fees depend on the course and specialisations selected by the candidates. Aspirants who want to apply for the courses need to meet the IIT Bombay eligibility criteria. After fulfilling the eligibility criteria, students can proceed with the IIT Bombay admission process. The details of IIT Bombay courses, fees and eligibility criteria are tabulated below:
12th standard from a recognised board + a valid score in JEE Advanced
10+2 from a recognised board + a valid score in UCEED
12th class from a recognised board + a valid score in JEE Advanced
Minimum 60% marks in B.E/B.Tech degree in respective discipline from a recognised university (55% for SC/ST candidates) + a valid score in GATE
Undergraduate degree from a recognised university
At least 60% marks in bachelor’s degree from a recognised university (55% for SC/ST candidates) + a valid score in JAM
BS/B.E/B.Tech/MS/M.E/.Tech degree with 60% (55% for SC/ST) from AICTE approved University or from abroad with research experience
My college has all necessary infrastructure. We have facilities for any sport you can think of. We have a separate building dedicated for library purposes. Although hostels are old, cleanliness is maintained.
Ofc it is IITB ,the most demanded Engineering college in the country so undoubtedly it has brilliant infrastructure,equipments and facilities. The classes are airconditioned and they are absolutely huge the Main lecture halls where lot of students attend class. There are facilities of board and projector in the class.Food is somewhat hygenic.Wifi,labs ,libraries are absolutely out of the world.Sports center is well maintained too and there is healthy competition of sports too.
Yes, My Collage provides all types of necessary infrastructure, facilities and equipment.Our collage provides many facilities like Digital Classrooms, Virtual Attraction through teachers, wireless Fidelity, a well organised library for students and so on maintained and managed by incharge of our collage with the best of his knowledge. All the areas in our Collage are neat and clean and our Collage hiers many of the workers to maintains and clean the classrooms, campus and ground area too.
Last year the cut off was as follows to get seat in Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in Environmental Science and Engineering category wise
The cut off mentioned is the cut off in JoSAA round 6 counselling. Cut off is category specific. Cut off is subjected to change it may increase or decrease depending on the total number of candidates applied, difficulty level of examination and total number of seats available etc. To check the cut off click use the link given below
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In 2021, for a Scheduled Tribe candidate to get Computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay in a gender neutral seat you had to get an ST rank of 11. The trend of the rank has not changed over the years and you may expect the getting a rank of 10 is a safe score to get IITB CSE seat.
And no, you won't get any benefit of your father serving in the Army as IITs in general do not any reserved seats for such categories. Hope I have answered your question. All the best!
Indian Institute of Technologies are known to be very Post Graduate friendly as the fees are negligible for them and along with doing your projects, academics and research, you will also be getting a fellowship of more than 30 thousand rupees per month, which will help you even further.
IITs do not offer a Bachelor of Technology in Nanotechnology, however you can definitely take it up as your MTech or PhD. So, in general IITs will be the best bet for you in the said area. Hope I have answered your question. All the best