The programme is designed to create innovators and researchers. Students are introduced to core courses that include programming, data structures, linear algebra, probability, and random processes. ECE courses like electronics, signals & systems, communications, VLSI, and embedded systems are introduced in the early semesters. Electronics Workshops are specially designed courses intended to give students hands-on experience in electronic circuit design in the third and fourth semesters. Advanced courses and electives in later years enable students to specialize in communications, signal processing, robotics, VLSI, embedded systems, and other streams.
JEE Mode: Admissions through the JEE (Main) marks is limited to the single degree programmes only.
UGEE Mode: Admission to all research-based dual-degree programmes will be through a new mode called UGEE. Admission in this mode is based on an entrance examination followed by an interview. This admission mode is to identify students with a strong aptitude for research.
Obtaining a minimum of 60% marks in Maths, Physics, and Chemistry in Class XII.
Round 12 : Rank - 832
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Round 01 : Rank - 832
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For any programme to be recognized for further studies or a profession it needs to be approved either by a University or/and by a professional council as the case may be.
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