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Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Indian Institute of Technology Indore Simrol, Khandwa Road Pin code 453 552, Indore (MP) India
Contact Person For Admission: Administrative Officer, Academic Affairs
Designation: Administrative Officer
Email: aoaa@iiti.ac.in
Alternate Email: doaa-office@iiti.ac.in
Phone Nos: 0731-6603150
Fax No: 0731-6603110
Mobile No.: -
About the Institute:

Having its foundation laid on 17 February 2009, IIT Indore is fully functioning from its permanent campus at Simrol since December 2015 conducting all its teaching, research and outreach activities. All students of BTech program have been shifted to state-of-art hostel building in its permanent campus in December 2016. The institute operated from the transit premises at Institute of Technology (IET) of Devi Ahilya Vishvavidalya (DAVV) Indore during July 2009 to September 2015 and at Pithampur Auto Cluster Ltd (PACL) premises during May 2011 to December 2015. IIT Indore was mentored by IIT Bombay till its founding Director Prof. Pradeep Mathur took charge on January 1, 2010. From the Academic Year 2010-11 onwards, it developed its own curriculum for its different UG and PG programs. IIT Indore aims to play an active role in the task of propelling India on its growth-trajectory by focusing on very high quality education, research, development, consultancy and manpower training. In the India Ranking-2020 released by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2020 of MHRD, IIT Indore has been ranked 10th amongst all engineering institutions. Institute has also the distinction of being graded very impressive 5th rank in the Teaching, Learning and Resources parameters in this category consecutively for the year 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 among new IITs in research quality. _As per Times Higher Education World University Rankings, the Indian Institute of Technology Indore (IIT Indore) becomes India's third highest ranked university and secure position in 351 -400 _bands._ IIT Indore In the recently released THE Asia University Rankings 2020, IIT Indore has once again made an impressive debut as the top-ranked IIT and has  broken into the Top 55 in Asia and is the  only Indian Institute in the top 100 emerging Universities in the  World.

Academics 

The UG and PG curriculum of IIT Indore emphasizes on imparting strong theoretical fundamentals and giving equal importance to practical knowledge and hands-on experience to its budding engineers using an inter-disciplinary, humanistic and holistic approach. Consequently, BTech students study 10-12 practical courses independently during 3-8 semesters of their program. All the students in their first year of BTech program do practical courses on Chemistry, Physics, Engineering Graphics, Computer Programming, Basic Manufacturing Techniques and Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering along with their theory courses. Additionally, there are compulsory courses on (i) English language to help the students to improve their communication skills, (ii) Economics course to give fundamental knowledge about micro and macro-economics, (iii) Biosciences course to provide fundamental knowledge and exposure to different aspects of life sciences, (iv) Experimental Engineering Lab to impart practical training on measurement of fundamental quantities, (v) Scientific and social aspects of Environmental Studies to sensitize the students about the importance and conservation of environment and adverse effects of industrial and daily activities on it.

The Institute has revised its UG curriculum in March 2014 to enable its BTech students to make their BTech project research-oriented of 6-7 months duration which can be done either outside the institute or within the institute by freeing 7thsemester of BTech program from any type of coursework. The institute also provides funding for some deserving and high-quality BTech projects as well as Institute awards the Best BTech Project among the graduating batch in its annual Convocation. All the elective courses in 8th semester of BTech program are open elective course enabling the students to have a choice-based-credits system. Many courses are cross-listed for both PG and PhD students to enhance the interaction between the UG and PG students. The Institute started the concept of Minor programs and/or additional learning in March 2014 to provide its BTech students an opportunity for additional learning and earn an additional degree by earning credits in at least five courses of a particular minor specialization in addition to BTech degree in his/her major specialization. At present minor programs are available offered in Chemistry, Biosciences and Biomedical Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences and Astronomy. IIT Indore also provides an opportunity to its BTech students to convert their program into a 5 Year BTech + MTech Dual Degree program during the 6th semester. French language courses are available to its UG and PG students. The institute has made special provisions for Defence Forces personnel to help them to pursue MTech and PhD programs at IIT Indore. From AY 2018-19 IIT Indore is introducing four PG programs i.e., MSc in Astronomy in the Centre of Astronomy, MTech in Mechanical System Design in the Discipline of Mechanical Engineering, MTech in Metallurgy Engineering in the Discipline of Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science and MS (Research) in the Discipline of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

In order to make a global presence and for spreading the light of knowledge beyond political borders, this Institute has opened its doors for international applicants for pursuing PG and PhD programs from AY 2018-19. This Institute has inked MOUs with 40 foreign institutions of repute to increase the ambit of knowledge sharing.  

More information related to academics can be found at http://academic.iiti.ac.in/

International relations and collaborations

IIT Indore faculty and students have been collaborating with countries worldwide since its inception. Most notable among these have been with Germany and France. Status of these collaborations is listed at the end. Other important collaborations have been with USA, Canada, UK, Russia, Japan, and Australia.  Here, we have active research collaborations at individual levels, which we are trying to formalize including talks regarding joint-degree programs.

We have international students present on our campus during a substantial time of the year under internship/ exchange programs from all over the world (North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia). We are also actively participating in the Study in India Program (of MHRD) for attracting international students to our degree programs, especially those from the developing world (SAARC, ASEAN, West Asia, and Africa).  

German Collaboration: Most notable links among German institutes have been with the TU9 universities, which are centers of technological excellence in Germany. Namely, KIT, LU Hannover, RWTH Aachen, TU Berlin, TU Braunschweig, TU Darmstadt, TU Dresden, TU Munich, and University of Stuttgart.

Over the past three years, due to our diligent efforts and support of both the Indian and the German partners, we have had steep expansion in collaborative research with these TU9s. Currently, we are leading all the Indian institutions in the most links with them. That is, we are collaborating with all the nine in multiple areas, have signed individual Memoranda of Understanding with six of the nine (the latest MoU with University of Stuttgart was signed on behalf of all the TU9s), and are solving important/ relevant problems (joint papers are constantly being published).

We have strong links with non-TU9 institutions as well. That is, with IFW Dresden, IKP Forschungszentrum Juelich, five Max Planck Institutes (Dresden, Heidelberg, Leipzig, Magdeburg and Munich), University of Dortmund, and University of Bonn. Here, we have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Max Planck Institute in Magdeburg.

French Collaboration: France related activities started at IIT Indore with the beginning of French classes in 2010. We have had a French instructor on-campus for most of this past decade, and many of our students have being taking minor degree programs in the French language.

Since then, our interactions with France have gone from strength to strength. This includes regular exchange of faculty and students as well as work on joint research projects. Since the past two years, we have had an increase in French-related activities on our campus. In 2017, we hosted the French admissions tour organized by French Embassy, and also actively participated in the French Embassy programs of Bonjour India, Future Tour, and Entrepreneurship Challenge. As of now, we are collaborating with fifteen universities in France in multiple research areas.

Fee Structure:

Fee Structure for BTech and Preparatory Programme at IIT Indore




Particular  

Amount

(for General and OBC students)

Amount

(for SC, ST and PwD students)

A

Tuition Fee

₹ 100,000

₹ 0

B

Group Insurance Premium per annum
(per semester for PhD students)

₹ 1,600

₹ 1,600

C

Per Semester Registration fee

₹ 6,300

₹ 6,300

D

One Time Admission Fee

₹ 8,100

₹ 8,100

E

Refundable Security  Deposits

₹ 10,000

₹ 10,000

F

Fee for Accommodation and Other Facilities  Provided in it (per semester) *

₹ 16,000

₹ 16,000

G

Total (A + B + C + D + E + F) 

₹ 142,000

₹ 42,000

 Fee Structure for BTech and Preparatory Programme at IIT Indore (For International Students)
 
Foreign Students including students belonging to OCI/PIO getting admission through JEE (Advanced)
examinations shall be charged as under:
 
Tuition fee Rs.6 lakhs per year; All other charges, Accommodation and Dining charges will be as applicable as Indian
students.

 
 
 1.    
Students are supposed to pay entire fee at the time of registration and no installment payment will be accepted.

2.     For students of BTech program from 2016 batch onwards.

 i.      The students (whose family income is less then Rs. 1 lakh per annum) shall get full remission (i.e. Rs.1,00,000/-) of the tuition fee after admission against submission of documentary evidence.

 ii.     The  students (whose family income is between Rs. 1 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh per annum) shall get remission of 2/3rd of the tuition fee (i.e. Rs.66,667/-) after admission against production of documentary evidence


For this purpose, either Income Tax Return filed (FY 2018-19 or  2019-20) by parents or Valid Income Certificate for total parental income (FY 2019-20) issued by local district authorities like SDO, BDO, MRO, Tahasildar, Anchal Officer, Chairman/ Executive Officer of Municipal corporation etc. will be acceptable.

Fee refund policy:

(i)  If a student who withdraws from an academic program after joining and completing registration in the academic program, only Security Deposits paid by the student in his/her academic program will be refunded.

Academic Structure:

IIT Indore started BTech program from the year 2009 in the Disciplines of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering with an intake of 40 in each discipline. From AY 2016-17, total number of seats in each of these three disciplines has been increased to 60. Additionally, two more BTech programmes in the Discipline of Civil Engineering and Metallurgy Engineering and Material Science are also started with 40 seats in each discipline w.e.f. AY 2016-17 onward:

 1)    Computer Science and Engineering: Discipline of Computer Science and Engineering offers Bachelor of Technology (BTech), MS (Research) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programs. The discipline adopts a modern approach to teaching wherein students are rendered adequate academic freedom to innovate and learn in the process. State-of-art facilities including the latest software and advanced hardware are available in various laboratories for use in both teaching and research. This facilitates adequate implementation of major BTech projects and for verification and validation of research results. The course structure in the CSE discipline is geared towards catering to students irrespective of their academic backgrounds in computer science. The first year of the BTech program initiates students into computer science through a basic course on Computer Programming. This course is common to students of all disciplines. It is followed by courses like Data Structures, Database and Information Systems, Software Engineering, Algorithms, Discrete Mathematical Structures in the second year through which students are eased into the more specialized concepts of CSE. The third year of the programme exposes students to the more rigorous and ‘core’ subjects of computer science such as Computer Architecture, Computer Networks, Compiler Techniques, etc. Students are encouraged to work on projects in the industry and universities in India and abroad. Students are permitted to opt for ‘open elective’ courses from across disciplines for a more holistic development of their understanding of engineering and technology.

 2)     Electrical Engineering:  Electrical Engineering Discipline offers B.Tech., two M.Tech. programs with specialization in communication and signal processing (CSP) as well as VLSI Design and Nanoelectronics (VDN) and PhD programs. It further offers MS by (research)  from AY 2019-20. The B.Tech. program in Electrical Engineering pertains to the broad disciplines of electrical power engineering, electronics engineering and communication and signal processing. The formal foundation courses in Electrical Engineering include Network theory, Electronic Devices, Introduction to Electrical Systems, Signals and Systems, Analog circuits, Electrical Machines and Power Electronics, Digital Systems, Probability and Random Processes, Electromagnetic waves, Communication Systems and Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation etc. Followed by these foundation courses, the program includes flexibility for advanced courses in each of the sub specialization of EE discipline. The graduated students from EE Discipline have been well placed in industry and/or have opted for pursuing higher studies in top notch institutes/universities in India/abroad.

_ 3)    Mechanical Engineering: _Discipline of Mechanical Engineering offers BTech, MTech (with specialization in Production and Industrial Engineering as well as in Mechanical System Design [from AY 2018-19]) and PhD programs. It further offers MS by (research)  from AY 2019-20. _It trains its students in all the required aspects of Mechanical Engineering throughout the span of their BTech Program. This includes the areas of specialization of design engineering, manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering and thermal engineering. The students get hands-on experience of both basic and applied aspects of each and every area of specialization by working in the fully developed, state-of-the-art laboratories. Students graduated from the Discipline are well placed in various academic, research and industrial sectors both in India and abroad.

 4)    Civil Engineering: _The discipline of Civil Engineering under the BTech programme started from AY 2016-17 with 40 seats.   Discipline of Civil Engineering offers B Tech and PhD programs in different specializations of Civil Engineering including structural, geotechnical, water resources and hydrology, environmental and transportation engineering. The discipline is equipped with fully functional laboratories with advanced instruments for experimental and computational research in the domain. Students are encouraged to work on industry projects and with research institutes in India and abroad. The programme is flexible by allowing the students to opt for open elective courses from other disciplines which help to enhance their knowledge. The graduated students of Civil engineering have been placed in infrastructure industry or pursuing higher studies in reputed institutes.

 5) Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science: Initially it started as a Centre for Material Science and Engineering with start of PhD program in AY 2014-15 and start of MTech program with specialization in Material Science and Engineering in AY 2015-16 with an intake of 12 students, MTech program with specialization in Metallurgy Engineering is also to be started from AY 2018-19. With start of BTech program in Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science with intake of 40 students from the academic year 2016-2017, it was changed to Discipline of Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science. 

Rules For Change Branch:

After successful completion of the first two semesters, the student can apply for a change of branch, subject to the fulfillment of the following conditions:

  1. Students without any non-credit earning grades (i.e. FR, XX & NP) and having CPI > 6.5 for students of GEN and OBC-NC categories and CPI>6.0 for students of SC and ST categories are eligible to apply and can give their choices.

  2. Top 1% of students of the total students who complete the first year of study will be eligible for a change of branch without any constraints.

  3. For other students change will be permitted strictly on merit cum preference basis.

  4. The request for change (in order of merit cum preference) from branch A to branch B will be considered if:-

(a) The number of transfers to branch B does not exceed 10% of its sanctioned strength inclusive of two vacancies for meritorious eligible students of SC and ST categories.

(b) The number of students on roll in branch A does not fall below 85% of its sanctioned strength.

(c) The request of Student 1 will be re-considered (again in order of merit cum preference) if student 1 does not violate point (b) above due to another student getting transfer to branch A.

(d) If student 1 is not permitted to change from branch A to B (due to (b) above), any other student in any branch with CPI less than Student 1 will also not be permitted to change to branch B.

  1. Branch Change will be allowed only once at the beginning of the second year of B Tech program. No application for change of branch during the subsequent academic years will be entertained.

  2. If there is a tie between two students then the student having more number of higher grades will have higher merit.

If Movement Vacancies (created due to the transfer of a student from one branch to another) are not filled by the students of that category, then the applications of the students of other categories will be considered on the basis of merit and subjected to fulfillment of branch change rules.
Faculty:

There are more than 151 highly motivated faculty members selected by eminent experts which include Bhatnagar awardees and fellows of reputed international and national academies using the same high standard criteria as being followed in the older IITs. Additionally, there are 5 Research Scientists, sponsored by various schemes viz. Ramanujan, Ramlingaswami, DST Inspire, and 3 National Post-doctoral Fellows. All faculty members and fellows hold Ph.D. degrees from reputed international and national institutions/ universities with most of them having international post-doctoral research experience. Faculty members are continuously involved in carrying out high-quality research and consultancy projects from the sponsoring agencies such as CSIR, DST-SERB, DBT, BRNS, DAE, MNRE, etc. and reputed industries and research organizations. Many faculty members are involved in international collaborations with reputed foreign universities and industries. The faculty members actively publish their research findings in many SCI indexed journals having an impressive impact factor, highly ranked conference proceedings, internationally edited books. IIT Indore has highest h-index among all the new IITs started from 2008 onwards. It has the highest number of citations per faculty, per year among all the IITs.

Faculty members also regularly attend the reputed International Conferences, Workshops, Symposia to present their papers, deliver Invited Talks and Chairing sessions. Some faculty members have published books in the reputed international and national publishers while some faculty are members of Editorial Boards of the reputed international and national journals. Faculty members regularly conduct continuing education programs (CEP), Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) and Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) to train manpower from industries and academic institutes. More details can be found at http://rnd.iiti.ac.in/

Facilities:

Campus: Permanent campus of IIT Indore is located at Simrol located on Indore-Khandwa state highway. The campus is spread over 501.42 acres of land and is about 20 km from Indore city centre.

Construction of phase 1A is on the verge of completion which includes 12.50 km long Boundary wall, Entry gates, Central Workshop, School building, Hall of Residence (hostel), Studio apartment, Academic POD buildings, Sophisticated Instrumentation Centre (SIC), STP, WTP, Computer Centre (Hub building), Cafeteria, Main Receiving Station, HVAC plant, Director’s office-cum-residence. Whereas, construction of state-of-art four more Halls of Residence (hostel), Health Centre, Library, Sports Complex, Administrative Building, Dining Hall & Food Court, Lecture Hall Complex and Guest House is in full swing. 
The Institute gets water supply from Narmada Valley Development Authority. The campus has branch office of Canara bank and its ATM, building of Canara bank is also constructed. ATM facility of State Bank of India and HDFC are also available in the campus. Post office is also functioning from the campus. Shopping Centre under the aegis of IIT Indore Cooperative Society has been made functional to cater the daily needs of residents.  
Institute has complete modern academic facilities including modern classrooms with sophisticated audio-video teaching aids, computer labs, various teaching labs having state-of-art sophisticated equipment and instruments and ever-expanding Central Library, Virtual classroom (VCR) under NKN project with state-of-art video-conferring facilities. The classrooms with 150 plus seating capacity are air conditioned.  The institute has also acquired state-of-art research equipment and facilities to cater to the research interests and needs of its PhD students, PG students, Post-doctoral fellows and faculty members also to attract best of the PhD students and faculty members. Institute has some centers of excellence established under FIST funding from DST of Govt. of India namely Center of Excellence (CoE) in Gear Engineering and Power Transmission Grid. In addition to that few more centres namely, Center for Advanced Electronics (CAE), Center of Futuristic Defense and Space Technology (CFDST), Center of Innovation, Incubation, Entrepreneurship and Industry Relations (CIIEIR), Center for Rural Development and Technology (CRDT). are established for research enhancement.

 Library: The Central Library of IIT Indore provides students and faculty members resources for their varied needs, a comfortable and peaceful environment conducive to study including wi-fi enabled and air-conditioned reading rooms and help in locating and using the resources. The resources of the Central Library include books, e-resources, magazines, and newspapers. The text book collection in the library provides vital support for on-going UG, PG and PhD programs. The library has also developed a fine collection of books on literature and English language, and also sports, biographies, and general interest titles. At present, the library has more than _35600 plus books in its collection. The Magazine and Newspaper section includes all prominent technical and general magazines and local and national dailies. The Library provides access to many full-text and bibliographic e-resources from reputed publishers such as Elsevier, Taylor & Francis, Wiley, Nature, American Chemical Society, Royal Society of Chemistry, American Institute of Physics, American Mathematical Society, and many more. The library has also e-books from IEEE-Wiley, and a select collection of e-books from EBSCO and Ebrary platform. The Library regularly organizes demonstrations and training programs for various e-resources to facilitate maximum utilization of these resources. The Library is in the process of introducing various new services to users in addition to the Lending Facility, Reading Room Facility, Renewals, Reservations, etc. The library has automated its services with the help of an integrated library management software ‘Koha’ to provide fast and effective library services to users including OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility. The Library Orientation Classes are held for new students at the beginning of the new academic year, where they get to know about the library collection, services, rules and regulations, and are introduced to the Library team.

 Online Information Resources are vital for academic and research institutes in today’s knowledge economy. The library provides its users access to more than 7600+ e-journals. In addition to this, the Library provides access to bibliographic databases such as SciFinder Scholar, Scopus and MathSciNet, among others. The Reading Hall provides a peaceful environment conducive to study.

 The IITI Institutional Repository has been created by the Central Library IIT Indore to showcase, organize, share, and preserve the scholarly output of Indian Institute of Technology Indore. The Repository is designed to facilitate scholarly communication by providing access to the knowledge resources created by IITI and preserving the same for future generations of scholars.

Central Library provides services during 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. _The timings are extended to 11.00 p.m. during examinations.

Medical Facilities: _IIT Indore has well equipped Health Centre highly skilled and dedicated medial staff including regular doctors and visiting specialized Doctors from Bombay, four staff nurses, two senior nurses and two pharmacists to look after the medical needs of students, faculty and staff members. The institute has MOU with seven best hospitals of Indore City namely _Bombay Hospital, Choithram Hospital & Research Centre, Rajshree-Apollo Hospitals, Medanta Hospital, _CHL Hospital, _Rajas Eye & Retina Research Centre and Metropolis Healthcare Ltd _to cater to the medical requirements of the students, faculty, staff, and their dependants. The students, faculty and staff members and their dependents are issued smart cards to ensure cashless medical treatment to the patient along with issue of the required medicines. Moreover, Institute doctor is available in the premises of Hall of Residence (hostel) on regular basis. For medical emergencies, a round-the-clock ultra-modern advanced ambulance with Advance Life Support System and transportation facility is also available at the Institute

Hall of Residence: IIT Indore provides one of the best accommodations in the country to its students by accommodating all its students in a fully furnished 5 BHK flat having 5 five bedrooms, one living room, small kitchen, two washrooms, and two toilets with one student occupying one bedroom. The living room of each 5 BHK unit is equipped with state-of-art facilities such as refrigerator, sofa set, discussion table, etc. Each bedroom of a   5 BHK unit has modern furniture such as cot, chair, table, almirah, geyser, etc. so that students get home environment. Each apartment is provided with first-aid box and fire extinguisher for security concern. Apartment type of accommodation facility gives students enough space for their studies and living. The institute has well maintained, spacious and hygienic dining halls, food kiosk and cafe serving both for veg and non-veg food. Students are provided four meals a day: Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner. Night time canteen facilities are also available. Many recreational, sports facilities and gym are available for overall personality development of the students. Printing and photocopying facility is also available. Counselling facility is available by professionally trained Students Counsellor inside the campus so that students can interact whenever they are under stress. Dedicated wardens and security officer is available for their security and taking care of their emergency issues. IITI Hall of Residence also has a student activity centre which includes facility like indoor games, music room etc.

Transportation: The institute has a fleet of 5 buses of various capacity for facilitating the students, faculty and staff to commute from place to another within and outside the campus. In addition to that Institute have 10 Green Vehicle with capacity of 4, 6 and 14 passengers to commute within the campus by running these vehicles green campus concept is being observed. The institute also provides transport facility _on Saturdays and Sundays which does not include gazette holidays, for visiting the city to meet their marketing needs. The facility of institute vehicles is also extended to the students for outreach excursion/sports/cultural activities.

Student Life at Institute:

Student Life at IIT Indore comprises a judicious balance between different academic and extra-curricular activities. Besides the regular academic activities associated with the respective degree program that the student is associated with, there are some interesting co-curricular activities that students indulge in. These include BTech project work, projects as part of different courses, industrial visits, etc. that go a long way in bolstering the student knowledge, experience and personality. Extra-curricular activities of students are driven by a systematic structure of clubs within the institute that channelize the activities. Some worth-mentioning clubs include Literary Club, Dance Club, Drama Club, Music Club, Programming Club, Electronics Club, Robotics Club, Science and Technology Club, Quiz Club, etc. that contribute to an all- round development of the students. A notable venue of extra-curricular activities for students is the Entrepreneurship Cell that encourages students to come up with 'out of the box' ideas and provides a 'seed' infrastructure for the realisation of the same. Consequently, many start-ups have been started by some IITI students. Faculty members at IIT Indore are widely known to be not just wonderful teachers that are open and easily approachable but are also outstanding researchers in their respective fields. This coupled with the fact that IIT Indore has a very healthy faculty to student ratio plays a definitive role in providing the students with the best environment possible for learning and an all-round development.

 

There is an active social welfare initiative taken up by students of IIT Indore called 'Avana' that plays a significant part towards the welfare of underprivileged peoples in and around Indore. This includes and is not limited to: conducting teaching activities for rural children, distribution of basic clothing and blankets through a donation mechanism, conducting blood donation camps, and more recently developing educational content such as videos for the benefit of the rural folk.

 

Many technical events are regular features at IIT Indore namely the BAJA competition (that includes the design and development of an 'all terrain' vehicle with optimal costs and resources), Robocon (comprising design and development of innovative robots), the ACM ICPC (colloquially known as the 'Olympics of Programming' where IIT Indore has regularly featured and won accolades), etc. A robust coaching structure is available at IIT Indore for various sporting activities comprising Cricket, Basketball, Football, Swimming, Athletics, and others. IIT Indore regularly participates in several sporting events including the annual Inter-IIT Sport Meet and its performance is improving with every passing year.

 

Fluxus, IIT Indore's annual Techno-Cultural festival is Central India’s largest and plays host to some of the country's biggest names in music, science, literature. Quite a few cultural and technical events are organised around the festival and the institute sees participation from students from all over the country.

Financial Assistance:

Following scholarships to BTech students at IIT Indore:

1.    Exemption from payment of Tuition fee for SC, ST and PwD students

2.    Remission of tuition fee to the economically weak students as per MHRD guidelines.

3.    Interest-free education loan for the students whose parents’ incomes is in the range from 5-9 Lacs as per MHRD guidelines. 

4.    Central Sector Scholarship to SC students from the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and to ST students from the Ministry of Tribal Affairs of Govt. Of India.

5.    Scholarships from different states

6.    Scholarships instituted by various private trusts.

Training & Placement:

IIT Indore has always strived for building a strong mutual association with the recruiters and hence creating better opportunities for the students in placements and internships. It has been reflecting in our results, as IIT Indore has achieved more than 90% placements in recent years’ placement sessions. The average salary package in last few years has been approx. Rs. 15 lakhs per annum and highest package received is Rs. 17.2 millions._ Many of these companies offered better internship/project work opportunities to our students along with full time offers. The highest stipend received is 1.50 lakhs per month. Generally, 5-10% students have been going for higher studies to top ranked foreign universities, IIMs, IITs whereas 3-5% students start their own enterprises and start-ups.

_Students were offered various job roles in areas like Automobile, Software Engineering/Developing, Technology Consulting, Analytics, Research & Development, Graduate Engineering Trainee, Data Scientist, Associate Engineering, etc. The companies from various sectors have visited IIT Indore which mainly includes Google, Amazon, Microsoft, DE-Shaw, IBM India, Samsung R&D India, CISCO, Bosch, GE India, Barclays, Deloitte, Arcesium, TCS, TCE, Infosys, CMC Ltd., Impetus, CSC Ltd., AQR Capital, Finisar Malaysia, Altair India, Qualcomn, Morgan Stanley, CA Technologies, HSBC Technology, Snapdeal, Flipkart, Axtria, Mu Sigma, Mahindra, Strand Life Sciences, National Instrument, L&T, ISRO, BPCL, HPCL, IOCL, Coal India, DRDO, Eicher-Volvo Commercial Vehicles Pvt. Ltd., AVTEC Pvt. Ltd., TATA Motors, Endurance Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Honda, Epic, FICO, Blue Star, Reliance, Samsung Solutions, Trident Group, United Health Group Ltd., Mastercard, Uniken India Pvt. Ltd., Virtusa, HCL Technologies, L&T, Practo, Book My Show, Future First, Codenation, Goldman Sachs, Arecesium, Directi, Salesforce, Razorpay, Go-Jek, Intel, TESCO, Innovaccer, Oracle, Mathworks, MAQ Software, Cognizant, Evalueserve, Bharat Forge, Reliance Jio, Bharat Seats, Maruti Suzuki, Wipro, Mentor Graphics, Analog Devices, UpGrad, L&T Infotech, Capgemini, and many more.

Industry And Alumni Relations:

Industry Relations team of IIT Indore is the point of contact with industry and research organizations for the objectives of various collaborations, industry funded research projects, consultancy for industry, joint supervision of BTech project and MSc, MTech and PhD thesis, innovations, patents and licensing, and industry lecture series. It annually conducts Industry Academia Conclave (IAC) to fulfil these objectives. It is a platform for fostering constructive interaction between the industry and the academia and discuss about prospective symbiosis in the field of industry oriented academics. Significant advances have been since 2012 in this field enabling MoUs with IBM, GE Healthcare and numerous other companies and organisations. IIT Indore offers three adjunct faculty positions for industry personnel. In this regards, one can directly approach Director IIT Indore or to Industry Relation team.


Alumni Relations:
A strong and contributing alumni network forms an essential factor in shaping the performance trajectory of an institute. IIT Indore currently boasts of about 1300 alumni of former UG, PG and PhD students graduated till 2019. A generous fraction of these students is pursuing higher education in reputed national and international universities, a large number is engaged in nation-building through providing services to Public Sector Units and internationally renowned organizations, and others have taken up entrepreneurial path by getting involved in setting up their own firms and businesses.

 
Alumni are provided access to institute facilities such as library, e-resources, guest house facilities, laboratory access at subsidized rates. Career guidance and ideas of business development are provided to the alumni. Every year one alumni is nominated to the institute senate to get their inputs for curriculum development. 

Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

There is an active social welfare initiative taken up by students of IIT Indore called 'Avana' that plays a significant part towards the welfare of underprivileged people in and around Indore. This includes and is not limited to conducting teaching activities for rural children, distribution of basic clothing and blankets through a donation mechanism, conducting blood donation camps, and more recently developing educational content such as videos for the benefit of the rural folk.

Many technical events are regular features at IIT Indore namely the BAJA competition (that includes the design and development of an 'all terrain' vehicle with optimal costs and resources), Robocon (comprising design and development of innovative robots), the ACM ICPC (colloquially known as the 'Olympics of Programming' where IIT Indore has regularly featured and won accolades), etc. A robust coaching structure is available at IIT Indore for various sporting activities comprising Cricket, Basketball, Football, Swimming, Athletics, and others. IIT Indore regularly participates in several sporting events including the annual Inter-IIT Sports Meet and its performance is improving with every passing year.

Fluxus -  IIT Indore's annual Techno-Cultural festival is Central India’s largest and plays host to some of the country's biggest names in music, science, literature. Quite a few cultural and technical events are organized around the festival and the institute sees participation from students from all over the country.


Location and Accessibility:

By AirDevi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport (IDR) is the busiest airport of MP and is about 8 km from Indore city. This is one of the best in India and offers good connectivity from major cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata, Jabalpur, Bhopal, Nagpur, and Raipur. International travelers can get connecting flights to Indore from Delhi (800 km) or Mumbai (655 km) airport. There are at least 4 airlines operating in Indore: Air India, SpiceJet, Jet Lite and Indigo.

By Rail: Indore Junction Railway Station (INDB) is an important railway station in Western railway zone. It is well connected to major Indian cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Howrah, Bhopal, Ujjain, Gwalior, Bhind, Jabalpur, Bilaspur, Khandwa, Lucknow, Varanasi, Patna, Ambala Ct, Jammu, Dehradun and Trivandrum.

By Bus: Indore is well connected by state road transport public bus services. The national highway NH3 (Bombay-Agra Road) and NH59 (Indore-Ahmedabad Road) passes through Indore and there are daily bus services from Indore to Mumbai, Jaipur, Gwalior, Bhopal, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat etc. Regular buses, Super fast and Deluxe A/C buses are also available in these routes.

How to reach IIT Indore?  

IIT Indore is located at Simrol, on Indore-Khandwa state highway. It is 35 km away from Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport and 28 km away from Indore Junction. There are three major Bus stand in Indore i.e. Sarwate Bus Stand (near Indore Junction), Gangwal Bus Stand and Teen Imli Bus Stand and their distance from IIT Indore is 24 km, 31 km, and 21 km, respectively.

Taxi/ Cab can be hired to reach IIT Indore from these places. Indore-Khandwa Buses also ply from Sarwate Bus Stand regularly in every 15-30 minutes; these buses can be boarded to reach IIT Indore.  


Academic Programwise Seats breakup:
Institute CodeProgram CodeAcademic Program NameState/All India SeatsSeat PoolOPENOPEN-PwDGEN-EWSGEN-EWS-PwDSCSC-PwDSTST-PwDOBC-NCLOBC-NCL-PwDTotal(includes Female Supernumerary)
Program-Total
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
105 4109 Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 18 1 2 0 6 0 3 0 12 0 42
50 3
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 11
(including "3" Supernumerary)
105 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 28 2 3 0 8 1 4 1 17 1 65
75 7
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 7 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 4 1 17
(including "7" Supernumerary)
105 4111 Electrical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 28 2 3 0 10 1 4 1 17 1 67
75 10
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 8 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 5 0 18
(including "10" Supernumerary)
105 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 29 3 3 0 10 0 6 0 17 1 69
75 12
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 8 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 5 0 18
(including "12" Supernumerary)
105 4128 Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 18 1 2 0 6 0 3 0 12 0 42
50 3
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 11
(including "3" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 154 10 0 0 52 2 25 2 93 4 360
325 35

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