Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Guwahati - 781039, Assam, India
Contact Person For Admission: Mr. Dhrubajyoti Sharma
Designation: Joint Registrar (Academic Affairs)
Email: acad_admission@iitg.ac.in
Alternate Email: hosacad@iitg.ac.in
Phone Nos: 91-361-2582192
Fax No: 91-361-2582090
Mobile No.:
About the Institute:

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) is the sixth IIT established in 1994 and has completed 25 years of its glorious existence in 2019. In the last 26 years, IITG has placed itself in the global academic map by dint of untiring efforts of the quality faculty members, staff and outstanding students. IIT Guwahati is the only academic institution in India that occupied a place among the top 100 world universities – under 50 years of age – ranked by the London-based Times Higher Education (THE) in the year 2014 and continues to maintain its superior position even today in various International Rankings. The Institute has been ranked at 6th position in ‘India Overall Rank’ and 350th position under the ‘World Overall Rank’ categories released by Nature Index for the year 2020. IIT Guwahati has achieved 41st rank in research citation per faculty along with 395th position in overall world ranking in the QS World ranking 2022. IIT Guwahati has retained the 7th rank among the best engineering institutions of the country in the ‘India Rankings 2021’, achieved 8th rank in the ‘Overall’ category and 9th rank in ‘Research’ category, this year (2021), declared by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) of the Union ministry of Education.

Situated in Guwahati (a modern and safe city) on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, the well planned campus of IITG is spread over 700 acres having woods, hills (home for different birds and animals) and lakes inside. The lakes are winter home for a wide range of migratory birds. This along with other infrastructural facilities (laboratories, sports facilities, clubs, hostels, computer centre, library, etc.) provides the right ambience for pursuing studies and other social and extra-curricular activities. Guwahati being the gateway to the north-east India, students can explore the natural beauty and rich and diverse cultures of all the north-eastern states. It prides itself on being probably the most scenic academic campus in India.

Guwahati Railway Station (22 km) and International Airport (23 km) could be reached from IIT Guwahati by bus, taxi and auto services within 30 minutes. Institute buses ply to and from the city centre at regular intervals. Guwahati is well connected by trains and flights to the rest of India. Weather at Guwahati remains pleasant for most part of the year with maximum and minimum temperatures of around 370C (summer) and 70C (winter) respectively with a fair amount of rainfall.

The Institute offers B.Tech in 11 disciplines along with a B.Des programme, MS(R) in a few centres and schools, M.Tech in all engineering specializations, dual degree (M.Tech+PhD and MS(Engg.)+PhD) in some departments and PhD in all departments, centres and schools. IITG also offers two year MSc (in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics departments) and a two-year MA (Developmental Studies) programmes. Current student strength of the Institute is about 7000 (including international students) and 33% of them are PhD students. B.Tech students can enroll for minor specializations in a discipline other than his/her own to extend his knowledge base to another area of interest.

IIT Guwahati nurtures and promotes academic excellence by way of excellent teaching and research exposures. With 411 quality faculty members, large classes are sometimes split into multiple sections making teaching-learning atmosphere more interactive, and personal. Many faculty members work closely with industries/research laboratories and keep students abreast of the latest developments, thus promoting innovations and research among under graduate (UG) students. IITG has the culture of senior students mentoring junior students thus facilitating a seamless integration of new students into the system. Students may also avail exchange programmes IITG has with number of leading Institutes across the globe. The flexible and balanced course curriculum at IITG imparts graduates the confidence and competence to take up challenging assignments. The placement statistics and alumni of IITG bear testimony to this fact.

For details please visit: https://www.iitg.ac.in/

Fee Structure:

For New PREPARATORY/B. Tech students for July-Nov 2021 Semester (First Semester) 


One-Time Fees (At the Time of Admission) & Non-Refundable

Amount in Rupees



Admission Fee




Certificates Fee (Grade Cards + Degree Certificate)




Medical Examination Fee




Student Welfare Fund




Identity Card Fee




Hostel Admission Fee*




Mess Establishment Charge*




Modernization and Upgradation Fee








One-Time Deposits (At the Time of Admission) & Refundable



Institute Caution Money




Library Caution Money




Hostel Caution Money*




Mess Deposit*








Payable at Every Semester



Tuition Fee (for all Non-PWD Students belonging to General or OBC-NCL category and whose Parents’ Annual Income is above five lakhs) #




Registration / Enrolment Fee




Examination Fee




Academic Facilities Fee




Students’ Brotherhood Fund




Students’ Travel Assistance Fund




Gymkhana Fee




Hostel Fund*




Hostel Rent*




Hostel Maintenance Charge*




Electricity and Water Charges*




Adjustable Mess Advance*








Payable at the time of Admission and in Every July-November Semester


Medical Fee








* These fees are applicable only to Hostellers.

# For SC / ST / PwD Students, there is NO Tuition Fee.  For Most Economically Backward Students whose Parents’ annual income is below 1 lakh, the Tuition Fee is fully waived.  For Other Economically Backward Students whose Parents’ annual income is between 1 lakh and 5 lakhs, the two-third of Tuition Fee is waived.


Total Fees (in Rupees) Payable At the Time of Admission for Indian Nationals

SC/  ST/  PwD Students



Most Economically Backward Students whose Parents’ Annual Income (in the last FY) is below One Lakh



Other Economically Backward Students whose Parents’ Annual Income (in the last FY) is between One Lakh and Five Lakhs



All Other Students




Total Fees  Payable At the Time of Admission

(for Foreign Nationals)


Studentship Category

Residential Status

Amount (in Rupees)

SAARC Countries



$2000 (Tuition Fee) + Rs. 48250 (Other Fees including Hostel)

Non-SAARC Countries



$4000 (Tuition Fee) + Rs.48250  (Other Fees including Hostel)


Total Fees  Payable At the Time of Admission

(for Foreign Nationals)


Studentship Category

Residential Status

Amount (in Rupees)

SAARC Countries



$2000 (Tuition Fee) + Rs. 48250 (Other Fees including Hostel)

Non-SAARC Countries



$4000 (Tuition Fee) + Rs.48250  (Other Fees including Hostel)

Academic Structure:

A learning-centric teaching learning academic paradigm has been developed at IIT Guwahati where instructors and students work together to make the learning fun and motivating. The students are encouraged in creative activities by including the component of creation a part of the course curriculum. The flexible undergraduate course curriculum is a perfect blending of basic sciences, humanities, engineering sciences and professional courses that allows students to take courses from other departments and encourages interdisciplinary activities.

IIT Guwahati offers the following under graduate (UG) courses

(i)            B.Tech. (Four-year) in Biosciences and Bioengineering

(ii)           B.Tech. (Four-year) in Chemical Engineering

(iii)         B.Tech. (Four-year) in Chemical Science & Technology

(iv)         B.Tech. (Four-year) in Civil Engineering

(v)          B.Tech. (Four-year) in Computer Science & Engineering

(vi)         B.Tech. (Four-year) in Electronics & Communication Engineering

(vii)        B.Tech. (Four-year) in Electronics & Electrical Engineering

(viii)       B.Tech. (Four-year) in Engineering Physics

(ix)         B.Tech. (Four-year) in Mathematics & Computing

(x)          B.Tech. (Four-year) in Mechanical Engineering

(xi)         B.Tech. (Four-year) in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

(xii)        B.Des.  (Four-year) in Design (admission through UCEED)

In addition, there are post graduate courses (MTech, MDes, MS(R), MA and MSc) offered by different departments and centres in large number of specializations. PhD programmes are offered by all the academic departments and centres and some departments/centres also offer dual degree (MS(Engg.)+PhD, MTech+PhD) programmes. Current student strength at IIT Guwahati is about 7000.

The Institute follows a semester-based credit system. The BTech and BDes programmes consist of 8 semesters spread over 4 academic years. Each semester has theory courses and supporting laboratory courses. Students need to do a Bachelor’s thesis project work in the last two semesters providing them ample scope for independent work. Some courses are also offered during the summer recess for students to make up for academic deficiencies in regular semesters. Supplementary examinations are also conducted for those students who secure “F” grades due to poor academic performance in courses offered during the immediately preceding regular semester, providing them a chance to clear the failed courses.


Credits are allotted to various courses depending on the number of lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours per week. A student’s performance in a course is continuously evaluated throughout the semester. This culminates in the award of a letter grade for each course, which is then converted to a 10-point scale for calculating grade point averages. Performance in a semester is evaluated in terms of the weighted average of grade points secured in all the courses registered in that semester. This is referred to as the Semester Performance Index (SPI). A Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) is also calculated at the end of each semester, which represents the weighted average of the grade points secured by a student in all the semesters attended up to that point in time.


BTech/BDes students are also encouraged to do summer internships in reputed industries/ academic institutions/ research laboratories and work on practical and challenging problems. Last year our students did summer internships in different reputed industries and universities in 22 countries around the globe. The Institute also hosts a fairly large number of exchange students from other countries spending a semester or a year at IITG. Some BTech/BDes students can also spend a semester or two at another university through academic exchange programmes. The Institute also admits a large number of foreign students from Europe, Asia and Africa pursuing full Master’s or PhD programmes through various programmes and projects.


Students (depending upon their performance and availability of seats) may opt for a Minor Specialization in a discipline other than the discipline he/she is registered in. On successful completion of prescribed credits in that discipline, a student will be eligible for minor specialization mentioned in the degree certificate and in the final grade card. For example, a student with a BTech in Mechanical Engineering can earn a Minor in Computer Science & Engineering.

Rules For Change Branch:

The Institute has one of the most liberal branch change schemes among all the IITs. Students are allowed to change from one branch of study to another within the institute after the end of their second semester. This is subject to certain conditions. Complete details are available in the B.Tech ordinance of the Institute. The most important ones are -

1.   Any BTech student who has completed all the courses of the first two semesters, without failing in any course and without passing any course through supplementary examination, is eligible to apply for branch change within B.Tech programs of IIT Guwahati. There is no CPI restriction for making this application.

2.   Change of branch is permitted based on merit (i.e., CPI at the end of first two semesters) but is subject to the limitation that the strength of a branch must not fall below its existing strength by more than ten percent and must not go above its approved total strength/ intake by more than ten percent. 


Faculty members and students play a key role in the development of the Institute into a world-class Institute which caters to contemporary research needs of the nation through its teaching as well as research programs.  Presently, IIT Guwahati has 412 full-time faculty members and 6500 students (including international students). The research activities of the Institute are mainly those which are (a) of strategic importance to the nation, (b) catering to the needs of large/medium/small industries in the country, (c) catering to the needs of the rural sector by dissemination of technology and training of the rural people, and (d) academic research, including training students in research methodology. The R&D wing is committed to provide all necessary help to the Institute to achieve the highest level of scientific and technological standards.

The R&D section of IITG is actively involved in bringing together national and international industry professionals and the faculty of the institute for gaining insight and solving challenging problems through consultancy and/or funding projects. Students are also involved in these projects enthusiastically. Our students are also encouraged to start-up their own company with the help of some mentor faculty under IITG - Technology Incubation Centre. IITG Research Park is one of the important ventures to initiate the R&D activities of the incubated companies.

The Institute currently has 287 active sponsored research projects with a total funding of approximately Rs 255 crores.

Industrial Interactions and Special Initiatives (II&SI)

_1.    Industrial Interactions and Special Initiatives (II&SI) office presently has 17 active Sponsored projects with a sanctioned amount of 138.33 crore. In addition, during 2021-22, 81 Consultancy projects have been received till now.

_2.    IIT Guwahati students get an opportunity to work on industrial problems as interns during regular semester at IIT Guwahati Research Park.

_3.    Samsung Fellowships are awarded to economically weaker final year undergraduate and postgraduate students based on their academic performances and projects.


State-of-the-art teaching laboratories in all the engineering and science disciplines, combined with a Central Workshop and a Computer & Communication Centre, are available to the students of all the programmes offered in IIT Guwahati.

The Computer & Communication Centre with its modern facilities and pleasant atmosphere is a favourite place for students to work even though these facilities also provide access from anywhere inside the campus through the campus local area network (LAN) and campus-wide WiFi. Apart from providing PCs for students, the centre also houses servers for the institute and has a PARAM supercomputing cluster facility. The centre also provides free Internet access to all users through the institute’s broadband lines and proxy servers. This is available for access to all campus residents through the campus LAN.

The Central Instruments Facility (CIF) of IIT Guwahati houses a large number of very high-end scientific instruments (like NMR Spectrometers, EPR Spectrometer, Scanning Electron Microscopes, Vibrating Sample Magnetometer, X-Ray Spectrometer, Transmission Electron Microscope and Mass Spectrometers) for use by all faculty, students and research staff.

The Central Library has an excellent collection of books, current periodicals and back volumes of journals along with subscription to most online repositories for journals and some e-book collections.  Campus residents can access these facilities through the campus LAN. System of automatic borrowing, renewal and return of books is in place. The library provides a comfortable zone for students to study especially during examinations and remains open until late at night on all days. A coffee shop located nearby also stays open so that students can take a break during their studies or have relaxed discussions over a cup of coffee.   

The Institute has also established a Technology Incubation Centre (TIC) to promote innovation and support students to translate their innovative ideas into commercially significant products by assisting them with finance, space and technical guidance. Faculty members are also available to provide consultation to interested students in establishing their own entrepreneurial ventures and technology-based start-ups.

Boarding and Lodging:

There are ten boys’ hostels and two girls’ hostels for accommodating students with their own individual rooms. Each of these hostels has its own mess, canteen, stationary shop, indoor games facilities, music rooms, library, TV room among many other facilities with uninterrupted power supply. High speed LAN connections are provided in every room.

The Institute also has two large Guest Houses for accommodating visitors. Parents of students who want to visit the campus can request accommodation in the Institute Guest Houses during their visit subject to availability of rooms. In addition, there are a large number of apartments, for married students. Residential quarters are also provided in campus for all faculty and staff. This helps to promote strong linkages and healthy interaction between students, staff and faculty in the social, cultural and educational events organized on campus.

The campus has an academic complex, an administrative building, a library cum Computer & Communication Centre building, a lecture theatre complex, a classroom complex, a large auditorium with state of the art sound system, a smaller mini-auditorium and a conference complex.  Classes are held in the lecture theaters or in smaller classrooms distributed around the academic complex. Instructional laboratories are available in the individual departments. A large six-storied classroom complex with all modern amenities has been added recently.

Canara Bank, ICICI Bank and State Bank of India have their branches on campus with a number of ATMs. The campus also has its own post office, a computerized railway Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counter, Travel Agency, Book shops, Stationery and photocopy shop, Food court, and a Shopping complex to serve the needs of all campus residents.

E-rickshaws operate within the campus to help the campus residents to travel conveniently inside the campus in addition to campus shuttle trip bus facility. A set of free cycles christened as green cycles is available at specified places for any residents to borrow it to ride within campus. There are buses plying to and from the campus and other parts of Guwahati city every hour so that one can commute as per their convenience. The first bus starts from campus at 8 am and the last bus returns from Guwahati city at 8.55 pm.

Health Care:

The Institute gives great importance to health care. There are five regular Medical Officers besides a number of contractual specialists. The Institute has a sixteen-bed hospital with trained nurses on duty round-the–clock and a Medical Officer available on call. The hospital provides free outdoor medical care to all campus residents and has modern diagnostic equipment, a pathological laboratory, a pharmacy, and several ambulances. For serious patients requiring higher levels of care, the Institute also has arrangements with some of the top medical institutions of Guwahati, such as Guwahati Neurological Research Centre (GNRC), Narayana Hridayalaya Guwahati, International Hospital, Down Town Hospital, Guwahati Medical College Hospital etc. All students are also covered under a Group Medical Insurance Scheme (GMIS) arranged by the Institute.

Students Activity Courses (including sports, performing arts, community service, NCC), as  non-credit but compulsory courses for four semesters in the undergraduate programme, are offered to all the students to keep them mentally and physically sound.

The Institute also has a Counseling Cell consisting of four full time Counsellors, who provide one to one counseling to support students as well as other campus residents in various mental and wellbeing issues.

Student Life at Institute:

With the majestic Brahmaputra River on one side and with the hills and lakes surrounding IIT Guwahati along with the magnificent architecture, it is one of the most picturesque campuses in India. Students can easily take a break from their hectic academic schedule and enjoy the beauty of nature within the campus.

In order to promote the overall development of life skills, students in the Institute participate in a host of extra-curricular activities, ranging from sports and outdoor activities to cultural, social and technical activities of various kinds organized under the aegis of the Students’ Gymkhana at the level of Institute, Department or Hostels.

The centrally air conditioned Student’s Activity Centre (SAC) is a vibrant place in IITG campus which houses various student bodies such as the Drama Society, the Poetry Society and the Film Society that engage in various creative activities and their rehearsals. Students are encouraged to participate in sports and outdoor activities along with the technical and cultural activities promoted by the large number of student clubs under the Students’ Gymkhana.

The Institute is well equipped with training infrastructure for almost all major outdoor and indoor games with professional coaches and visiting experts available to guide students all year-round in these sporting activities. Selected students also take part in the Inter-IIT sports meet which is held in December every year. Inter-IIT sports meet 2018 was held at IIT Guwahati. Artificial lights allow sports activities to continue even after dark. IITG students have exemplary records in these events and in several national level sports competitions.

Dedicated to promoting co-curricular activities are the 30+ active clubs of IIT Guwahati that provide stimuli towards growth and experience in cultural, technical, sports and entrepreneurship. The sheer varieties of clubs (ranging from dance, dramatics, music and movies etc in cultural to aeromodelling, astronomy, coding, electronics, entrepreneurial development, robotics, automobiles, quizzing, finance and economics etc.) lead to the well-rounded, versatile and passionate persona that one sees in all IITG students. IIT Guwahati also has its own radio station, RadioG, run by the students, which broadcasts on the network and is available through YouTube as well.

Alcheringa, the Annual Cultural Festival of IITG, is one of the largest cultural festivals of North-East India. Techniche, IITG’s Annual Techno-Management Festival, is now one of the largest Techno-management Festivals of the country. The Entrepreneurial Development Cell organizes Udgam, the annual Entrepreneurial Summit of IITG, bringing together an experience of workshops, lectures and showcases for promising entrepreneurs and start-ups in India, promoting a culture of innovation and problem solving. All these three events are run and managed by the students where they learn communication, crowd and risk management and leadership skills.

National Service Scheme (NSS), IIT Guwahati, tries to improve the living standards of the society at large through regular donation drives, cleanliness drives and by taking up teaching projects at various locations outside the campus.

Students’ Academic Board (SAB), IIT Guwahati, is a student forum to redress the academic problems and concerns of the student community of IIT Guwahati. It is a bridge between the students and the academic administration redirecting the academic issues of the students to the appropriate administrative authority.  It conducts Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) classes for UG students who need help in academics.

Centre for Career Development (CCD) of the Institute is well equipped with excellent infrastructure to handle all aspects of campus placements and internship for the students by arranging Pre-Placement Talks, Written Tests, Group Discussions, and Interviews etc. as per the requirements of the recruiters.

Students’ Alumni Interaction Linkage (SAIL) is a voluntary cell of IIT Guwahati, which acts as an engaging and a mutually beneficial link between IIT Guwahati and its Alumni.

For details please visit:  http://www.iitg.ac.in/stud/gymkhana/index.html

Financial Assistance:

Financial Assistance:

IIT Guwahati awards the following scholarships to its under–graduate/post-graduate students to promote and recognize academic excellence, and overall growth and development of meritorious students and students with low parental income.

Institute Merit Scholarship (IMS) is available for B.Tech/B.Des/MSc/MA students of the Institute, which is meant for the year-wise class toppers of all the streams and is awarded from the second year onward.

Institute Merit-cum-Means (McM) Scholarships is awarded to B.Tech/B.Des/MSc/MA students of the institute strictly on merit-cum-means basis to up to 25% of non-SC/ST students.

SC-ST Scholarships is awarded to all B.Tech/B.Des/MSc/MA students of SC/ST categories with specified income level.

Student Travel Assistance Fund (STAF) is intended to help meritorious students attend and make presentations in national/international conferences, workshops, symposia, scientific meetings etc.

Student Contingency Fund (SCF) offers financial assistance to students who encounter unexpected difficulties during the tenure of their study in IIT Guwahati, such as a serious accident, illness, calamity in family etc.

Student Childcare Assistance Fund scheme is for married student parents who find it difficult to finance their child/children for their education and may apply for assistance under.

Students’ Brotherhood Fund (SBF) provides fund as “Loans of Honour” (interest free but to be refunded) to the deserving student applicants to meet their own educational/medical expenses.

Director of the Institute can have assigned prerogative to award Special Scholarship to maximum 5 students every year on genuine means basis. While it is possible to award all 5 scholarships in a year in deserving cases, it may also not be awarded if there is no such case.

If ordinance or rules of the Institute permit, the Institute allows students to avail scholarships awarded by external Govt/non-Govt. organizations (such as central sector scholarship schemes, scholarships form state Govts., scholarships from private trusts etc.).

Assistantships are also provided to most of the students admitted for the M.Tech and PhD programmes.

Training & Placement:

The placement scenario at IIT Guwahati for the year 2020-21 has been good so far. A total of 160 companies/organizations from various categories [Private, MNC (Indian origin and foreign origin), Govt., PSU, NGO, etc.] and sectors (Such as IT, R&D, Core Engineering, Consulting, Analytics, Finance, Oil & Gas, Conglomerate, Education Management, Health care, etc.) have participated in the recruitment process. The overall placement of B. Tech and B. Des students have been almost 77.91%. Till date, 453 jobs (including PPO) have been offered to 584 students registered from B. Tech and B. Des. Companies from various sectors also participated for internship hiring for pre-final year students and a total number of industrial offers in 2020-21 has been 263 (Indian offer).

Additional information:

  1.         For the placement session 2021-22, based on internship hiring 2020-21, 178 students have got PPO (who will be graduating June 2022) by the recruiters so far.
  2.      For the internship session 2021-22, 260 students hired by recruiters out of 650 so far.
  3.      IIT Guwahati has started the Internship program during the regular semester in companies associated with IITG Research Park.
  4.     IIT Guwahati has started Career counseling for IIT Guwahati students preparing for the Indian Administrative/Engineering services examination in terms of preparation strategy.

Industry And Alumni Relations:

Start-ups from IIT Guwahati and its Alumni   

The Institute now has 16,000+ alumni who are well settled and well established in different parts of the world facilitating networking of IITG with established professionals and experts. The culture of start-ups and entrepreneurial ventures driven by our alumni are making headlines across the country. Our alumni are now involved in setting up around 100+ start-ups in different cities of the country.  

A good number of industry start-ups founded or co-founded by IIT Guwahati alumni did visit the campus for scouting talent and to introduce their firms and seeking recruits for internships. Further, the Institute is now actively engaging established alumni for alumni mentorship sessions and guidance for current students.  

International Relations

IIT Guwahati has seen a remarkable increase in the number of foreign students applying to and being selected to pursue their masters and PhD programmes. IIT Guwahati has students exchange programme with large number of Universities from across the globe and as a result there are a good number of full-time and exchange students from Canada, Egypt, France, Denmark, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda, Ghana, China, Botswana, Israel, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Iran, Mongolia, Spain, Sweden, South Korea, Japan, UK, and USA.  For student exchanges and collaborative research IIT Guwahati has established MoU with 130+ national and international institutes of repute and is a member of various international networks such as the Asia Technological University Network and the European Union’s Heritage Network. This has resulted in a large number of our students visiting various institutes in Germany, France, UK, Sweden, USA, China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Singapore. 

Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

In spite of their busy academic schedule, students at IITG are encouraged to participate in the various recreational and cultural activities that are organized, both by the Institute and by the Students’ Gymkhana. Apart from the major annual festivals Alcheringa, Techniche and Udgam organized by the students at the institute level, various student bodies and the student hostels also organize smaller festivals and cultural events of their own throughout the year. Apart from the students themselves, the rest of the campus community (faculty, staff and their families) also takes part in these events which also see participation from the surrounding community as well.

The Institute regularly invites experts and well known persona from a wide range of technical, scientific and cultural specializations to visit IITG, give lectures and expositions in their respective areas and interact directly with the students to develop their interests in these areas. Apart from a very successful Institute Lecture Series, SPIC-MACAY events, programmes on dance, music and drama are also organized, some with the help of international organizations like the British Council and the Japan Foundation.

Location and Accessibility:

IIT Guwahati is situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra and is 22 km from the Guwahati city centre. It can be easily reached by Air and Rail from any other part of the country.

Arrival by Air: Guwahati International Airport is well connected to most of the major cities of the country by a large number of flights. IIT Guwahati campus is 23 km from the airport and can be reached by taxi in 25-30 minutes.

Arrival by Train: Guwahati Railway station is well connected to other cities and towns of the country by a large number of trains. IIT Guwahati campus is 22 km from the Guwahati Railway station and can be reached by taxi/auto/bus within 30 minutes. IITG campus can also be reached by IITG Buses that ply from the city centre (near railway station) at a regular interval of one hour.

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)
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
117 4107 Chemical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 30 1 8 0 10 1 5 1 20 1 77
87 10
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 7 1 2 0 3 0 2 0 5 0 20
(including "10" Supernumerary)
117 4108 Chemical Science and Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 20 1 5 0 8 0 4 0 13 1 52
61 4
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 13
(including "4" Supernumerary)
117 4109 Civil Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 36 2 8 1 13 1 7 0 24 1 93
99 18
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 9 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 6 1 24
(including "18" Supernumerary)
117 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 35 2 8 1 13 1 7 0 23 1 91
99 15
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 8 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 6 1 23
(including "15" Supernumerary)
117 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 32 2 8 0 12 1 6 0 21 1 83
90 14
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 9 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 6 0 21
(including "14" Supernumerary)
117 4116 Electronics and Electrical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 18 2 5 0 7 0 4 0 13 0 49
52 10
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 5 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 13
(including "10" Supernumerary)
117 4117 Engineering Physics (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 21 1 5 0 8 0 3 1 14 1 54
61 7
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 14
(including "7" Supernumerary)
117 4124 Mathematics and Computing (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 22 1 5 1 9 0 4 0 14 1 57
68 4
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 15
(including "4" Supernumerary)
117 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 36 2 9 1 13 1 7 0 25 1 95
99 20
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 9 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 6 1 24
(including "20" Supernumerary)
117 4181 Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 6 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 16
20 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4
(including "0" Supernumerary)
117 4194 Biosciences and Bioengineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 26 1 7 0 10 0 4 1 17 1 67
79 5
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 6 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 4 0 17
(including "5" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 354 20 0 0 133 6 65 4 237 12 922
815 107

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