Information & Communication Technology (ICT) embodies the convergence of Computer and Communication systems and has obtained wide acceptance as a distinct discipline. ICT is considered to be a discipline dealing with accessing, storage, processing, transmission, reception and display of information, primarily using digital systems and techniques. The curriculum in the B.Tech (ICT) program tries to address the optimized convergence of existing Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) as well as Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) disciplines by identifying the broad areas of performance capabilities. It is also expected that B.Tech (ICT) graduates would enjoy a special niche only if they have certain performance capabilities not found in conventional CSE and/or ECE graduates.
B.Tech. (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science
Computational Science is concerned with constructing mathematical models, simulating and quantitative analysis techniques, and using computers to analyze and solve scientific problems with applications in engineering and social sciences. In Computational Science, unlike the traditional theoretical and experimental approaches, scientists and engineers gain understanding mainly through the analysis of mathematical models implemented on computers. Typically, these models require massive amounts of calculations and are often executed on high performance computing backbone consisting of supercomputers or distributed computing or several inter-connected clusters of workstations and personal computers. The curriculum in B Tech (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science aims to provide expertise to the students in techniques involved in modelling and simulation of complex and large scale systems, implementation on computers through parallel and high performance computing techniques and finally analysis and visualization of these large scale data sets.
|Filling of online Application Forms commences on||15 April 2018|
|On-line application closes on||1 July 2018|
|Announcement of First Merit List||6 July 2018|
|Last Date of Fees Payment for shortlisted candidates||11 July 2018|
|Registration and document verification at DAIICT campus for confirmed candidates.||23 July 2018 (tentative)|
|Orientation Program commences.||25-27 July 2018 (tentative)|
|Commencement of classes||30 July 2018
Number of seats: 115
B.Tech (Information and Communication Technology (ICT)) –92
B.Tech (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science – 23
The minimum academic qualification for admission to the programs is that the candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent referred to as the qualifying examination (mentioned below). The candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics and any one of Chemistry/Bio-technology/Computer Science/Biology.
Admission to the B. Tech. programs will be based on the All India Rank of Joint Entrance Examination 2018 (JEE-2018) Main, which is conducted by CBSE. Therefore, candidates who are appearing for JEE 2018 Main can only apply for these programs.
The short-listed candidates will be offered admission (confirmed/waitlisted) in order of their merit (based on the All India Ranking of JEE 2018).
At the time of counselling an amount of Rs. 96,000 (Rs.81,000 towards Tuition Fee for the First Semester and Rs.15,000 towards Caution Deposit) is to be paid. Subsequently, fees are charged semester-wise, with the registration at the beginning of each semester.
|Tuition Fee||Rs.81,000 per Semester|
|Registration Fee||Rs.2,500 per Semester|
|Caution Deposit||Rs.15,000 (Refundable at the end of the Program)|
|Hostel Rent||Rs.15,000 per Semester (Staying in the hostel is compulsory)|
|Food||As per actual, as charged by the canteen/cafeteria. (These expenses will be approximately Rs.4,000 – Rs. 5,000 per month)|