This specialization aims to encourage students and working professionals to develop an in-depth knowledge on theoretical as well as practical aspects of modern communications and signal processing (CSP) signals and systems. Students are provided with the specialist knowledge and skill-set needed in this industry. They are prepared to undertake research and development work in academic or industrial environment in this field. Program Structure As per M.Tech regulations, a student is required to complete 12 credits (all the courses) from core bucket and 8 credits (any 2 courses from elective bucket) to get specialization in Communications and Signal Processing. Overall 48 credits (course work of 8 courses +Thesis 16 credits OR course work of 10 courses + Scholarly paper 8 credits) must be completed to get M.Tech degree with CSP specialization.
Candidates with valid GATE score will only be eligible for M.Tech Assistantship. GATE score above the qualifying marks announced by GATE in the respective year will be considered valid. For CSE, “CS” GATE paper and for ECE, “EC/EE/IN” GATE paper will be considered.
Both GATE and Non GATE candidates are eligible to apply for admission with B.Tech/BE in ECE/EE (& its allied areas) or MSc in Electronics (for ECE) with a CGPA of at least 7.00 out of 10 or 65% marks.
IIIT-Delhi provides relaxation to SC, ST, OBC, PwD and CW category candidates. Specifically, candidates under these categories must have a CGPA of at least 6.0 out of 10 or 60% in their qualifying degree. Applicants who do not satisfy the above criteria will not be considered for admission
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