Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Information Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Morena Link Road, 474015, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Contact Person For Admission: Pankaj Gupta
Designation: Joint Registrar (Academics)
Email: pankaj@iiitm.ac.in
Alternate Email:
Phone Nos: 91-751-2449720,2449704,2449801,2449813
Fax No: 91-2460313, 2449813
Mobile No.:
About the Institute:

Welcome to ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Gwalior

(An Autonomous Institute of MHRD, Government of India)

Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (IIITM) in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh is an autonomous institute set by Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) in 1997, now it is an Institute of National Importance enacted by Parliament from December 2014. It is an effort by MHRD towards creating professionals in areas of management and information technology from the same institute. This institute was created for facilitating higher education, research, and consultancy in areas of information technology (IT) and business management. Initially started as IIITM, this institute was prefixed with ABV in 2002 to honour the then Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (ABV-IIITM), Gwalior is an institute committed to taking academics to unprecedented levels of brilliance and efficiency. In this generation of excellence and specialization we aim at achieving an education standard that is comparable to the best globally. Academics at our institute are focussed on advancement of knowledge and systematic understanding of course materials and their application areas.With our vision of “Global Excellence in Knowledge Economy” we are committed to foster an academic environment of quality in areas of teaching and research. Our stress is not just on academic brilliance but knowledge that is pervasive in areas of emerging technologies and concurrent business processes. We through our learning and research programs aim at building an information technology and commercial infrastructure whose benefits percolate even to grass root levels.

 A Quality Institute for Academics

ABV-IIITM being a premier institute of higher studies in information technology (IT) and Business Administration has never compromised on the quality of its education or grooming of its students. This institute has constantly striven for synchronizing emerging technologies with co-occurrent business solutions. Scholars passing out of this institute are confident of overcoming the toughest challenges in areas of IT and management.

IIITM is an effort of MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development), Government of India for creating professionals who are equally adept in handling concerning issues in IT and business administration. We not only believe in making our students superior scholars but superlative human beings. Ours is a complete institute in the truest sense of the term, endowed with facilities and an environment that is incomparable.

See the following links  on youtube:
ABV-IIITM Campus tour : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1oSJr7_b-s

A walk to remember: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSkkim9pf3U

Fee Structure:

Fee Structure

 

Fees Structure 2019 (July 2019, New Entrant)

Sr. No.

Particulars

UG Program

IPG

M-Tech

Ph.D.

MBA

A

Institute Fees

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fees as per Jul 2019

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Tuition Fees

58575

58575

55000

22660

73260

2.

Semester Fees (Examination)

1500

1500

1500

1500

1500

3.

Course Material Fees

2000

2000

2000

0

2000

4.

Registration/Enrolment Fees

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

5.

Internet and Computer Charges

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

6.

Medical Insurance Fee

1000

1000

1000

1000

1000

7.

Hostel Development Fund

500

500

500

500

500

8.

One Time Payments 

(at the time of admission)

19250

19250

19250

20750

19250

 

Total Institute Fee (A) :

84825

84825

81250

48410

99510

B

Hostel Room Charges (B)

11000

11000

11000

11000

11000

C

Hostel Mess Fees  (C) :

13500

13500

13500

13500

13500

 

Total (A) + (B) + (C) :

109325

109325

105750

72910

124010

@ Rs 2500 is a security deposit,

 

*One time Fees

S No

Particulars

Amount (Rs)

UG/IPG/MBA/M Tech

2019

PhD

2019

1

Admission Fees

1500

1500

2

Thesis  Fees

0

3000

3

Grade Card

750

750

4

Provisional Certificate

500

1000

5

Student Welfare Fund

4000

4000

6

Identity card

500

500

7

Alumni Fees

-

-

8

Training & Placement charges

2000

1000

9

Sports Activities

3000

3000

10

Other Cultural Activities

2000

2000

11

Institute Security Deposit

3000

2000

12

Library security deposit

2000

2000

 

 

19250

20750

Academic Structure:

Academic Programs

ABV-IIITM offers postgraduate and integrated post-graduate degrees to students in areas of IT (information technology) and management. Integrated Post Graduate 5-year course is a pioneering attempt of this institute, in addition to the usual M.Tech in IT and MBA programs. A new addition is Bachelor degree in Computer Sciences and Engineering from 2017 session. All study courses in this institute are fully residential, and students are required to stay throughout their program except vacations.

Academics in IIITM began with PGDMIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Management and Information Technology) in 1998, followed by PGDIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology) in 1999, and Ph. D. in 2000. Our 5-year IPG (Integrated Post Graduate) program was also initiated in 2000.

This institute offers doctoral degrees in various fields of IT and management. Apart from these regular study courses, the institute conducts MDP (Management Development Programs) for outsiders from time to time.  

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar consists of a list of institutional events, activities, holidays, teaching and nonteaching days of a term. ABV-IIITM follows bi-semester term system. The semester system divides the academic year into two terms of relatively equal lengths. There is a separate academic calendar for each semester called odd semester and even semester calendar. Visit the Institute website for the coming semester calendar.

Details Course Curriculum:   Please visit the link

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_zRGX6Hs4v2amEtWU5WMXRyMUlSN0pGZjlpenV5aWdkT2F3/view?usp=sharing

Rules For Change Branch:
As per JoSAA/CSAB counseling
Facilities:

Campus Overview

 

Established in 1997, the institute serves as a premier institution in the field of IT and management. Over the years the institute has been providing highly respected Techno-Managers to the IT industry doing various techno-functional roles with elan. The institute was accorded the status of deemed university in the year 2001. The institute campus is spread over 160 acres (0.65 km2) amidst picturesque landscape in the foothills of the Gwalior Fort. The campus is self-contained and equipped with all the state of the art facilities necessary for the all-round development of the students’ personalities.

 

Infrastructure statistics


Hostels Academic Blocks

BH 1 Block A,B,C,D,E,F,G&H

BH 2 ...

BH 3 ...

GH  ...


Student Life at Institute:

Sports

Sports in ABV-IIITM
Together with academics sports is given adequate importance at ABV-IIITM. To encourage sporting activities we have a full-fledged complex, and also games facilities in each of the students’ hostels. We believe it is essential to remain physically fit and alert together with mental sharpness. In addition to a proper infrastructure several sporting events are held throughout the year to keep students bodily engaged.

Infrastructure
Our institute has an elaborate sports complex with:
    One swimming pool
    One gymnasium
    One lawn tennis court
    One basketball court
    One billiards room
    Two squash courts
    Several table tennis boards
    Multiple badminton courts
The best equipments and materials have been used to construct this sports complex. Apart from this complex, there is an additional billiards room in Boys’ Hostel 1, an additional gymnasium in Girls’ Hostel, an additional tennis court, one cricket ground and one football field. Students’ hostels are provided with badminton courts and table tennis boards.
Students interested in swimming may take the assistance of a trainer. However pool remains closed during winter season.  

Sporting Activities
Urja – This is an intra-institute. Spread over three days during February/ March, learners are encouraged to participate in this event at least in the form of a spectator. Athletes are always inspired by the presence of a team of supporters. Urja not only tests one’s physical abilities in track and field events but also offers an opportunity for creating a familial bond among different members of learners.
Twaran – Twaran is an inter IIITM athletics meet also held around February/ March every year. Students from four IIITMs in Allahabad, Jabalpur, Kanchipuram, and Gwalior take part in this track and field competition with zeal and enthusiasm. In addition to sporting glories achieved, Twaran provides a platform for interacting with IIITMians across India.  


Cultural Events

Cultural Activities and Events
ABV-IIITM encourages its students to participate in cultural events and activities with equal enthusiasm as academics. This institute is an active participant of SPIC MACAY, an endeavour of Government of Madhya Pradesh for promoting classical performance art forms like music, dance, and drama. Cultural groups and celebrity performers from across India are invited tto perform in SPIC MACAY.
Music, Arts and Dramatics club of this institute also organizes events of smaller scale throughout the year for inspiring talents of this institute.

Aurora
This is a cultural festival held over a period of three days in the month of February/ March. Aurora should not be looked upon just as a cultural event but an attempt to promote friendship, teamwork, and alliances. It is an opportunity to exhibit your talents to members of your community and visitors. Participants are invited from academic institutes across India and even abroad to join in this cultural extravaganza.
This three day event comprises: Parivesh (a fashion show showcasing ethnic Indian dresses); personality contest; Kavi Sammelan; Antakshari, singing competition, dance competitions and similar such events. Aurora is a regular event in the calendar of ABV-IIITM and is being held without interruption since its inception in 2001.

Technical Events

Technology Events

Infotsav

This institute organises events that acknowledges technological innovations and management procedures with accolades every year. ABV-IIITM in its continuous efforts to recognize excellence in areas of technology and management among its scholars organises ‘Infotsav’ every year. Participants are invited form leading technological and management institutes of this country, while premier industrial and business houses sponsor this event. Awards are in the form of prize money and recognition.

Infotsav is organized in October/ November.

 

HIQ – High Intelligence Quotient

HIQ is this institute’s initiative to encourage innovative knowledge amongst its learners. We at ABV-IIITM believe that every dream could be achieved if it is purposeful and feasible. We celebrate creative thoughts and knowledge among students through interactive sessions, classroom lectures and quiz rounds. Initiated in 2001 this is one of the more successful endeavours of this institute.


Literary Activities

The literary activities of ABV-IIITM are something to boast about. Students, research scholars, faculty, staff members, and alumni are free to contribute to the literary efforts of this institute. The institute issues magazines, newsletters, and reports for internal and online circulation. Issues are either in English or Hindi and are informative and entertaining.

Magazines
Abhishar – This internal publication in English is issued annually. Articles on various topics ranging from technology, economics, management, environment, social issues, sports, and entertainment are published in this magazine.
Arunaday – This publication is entirely in Hindi beginning from the editorial. Contributions are made by learners, faculty members, and even members of staff. Arunaday is also a yearly .publication and carries articles and anecdotes that are meaningful, informative, and entertaining.
Our Alma Mater – This magazine focuses on the alumni of ABV-IIITM. Our Alma Mater is an attempt of this institute to keep its alumni still associated with its happenings. It is also a platform where ex-students may share their experiences or thoughts with current generation of learners and teachers. This magazine in English is published yearly.

Newsletters
‘Gunjan’, the online newsletter of this institute is published regularly. It is a quarterly edition and targets one topic at a time. The response is encouraging and more so because of its online accessibility. Anyone associated with this institute may contribute to this online newsletter.

Annual Reports    
These are solely informative and issued by the institute every year. They are in fact a collection of all activities of the institute for a preceding year and meant for circulation among students, faculty members, staff, and visitors. Reports are printed both in Hindi and English.
Training & Placement:
For details Visit the following link
http://www.iiitm.ac.in/index.php/placement/prospective-employer

  Past Major Recruiters

A list of companies that visited in the past at ABV - IIITM is follows here-

Samsung

Amazon

Google

Yahoo !

Abhijeet Group

Belzabar

Mu Sigma

Perennial Systems

CatalyseR

WNS

Capital IQ

Aricent

3i Infotech

IndiaBulls

IFFCO

Iflex

Airport Authority

Impetus

Amdocs

Indian Overseas Bank

Aptech

ITC Infotech

Aujas

Kennametal

Beecem

KIIT

Bharti Telenet

KPIT Cummin

Bharti Telesoft

KPMG

BSNL

L & T Infotech

Cadence (Noida)

LPU

Capital IQ

Mahindra British Telecom

CMC

Mahindra Satyam

Cognizant

Manavrachna

Compare Infobase

Microsoft

Conexant

NIC

Crimson Logic

NIIT

CSC

NTRO

Cypres Semiconductors

Oracle

Datamatics

Patni Computers

Deloitte

Persistent

Direct-i

Pfizer

RGUKT

Dr. Reddys

Price Waterhouse Coopers

DRDO Hyderabad

PWC

DSCL

Red Bricks Media

Edcil

Reliance

Ernst & Young

SAIL

Evalueserve

Satyam Computer Services

Fiserv

SDG Software

Grail Research

SGI

Gurukul Online

Siemens

HCL comnet

SISA

HCL Infosystem

ST Microelectronics

HCL Technologies

STPI

HDFC

Sun Microsystems

HDFC Standard Life Insurance

SunLife Financial

Honda Motorcycles

Synopsis

HP

TCS

IBM Global Services

ICICI Prudential

Uniken

Wipro Bpo

IDBI Bank

Idea Cellular

Wipro Infotect


 

Registered unit of the Start-Up under the ABV-IIITM, Gwalior

 

  1. Name of the Start Up Unit: Shaastra Automation LLP

Students Name: Prajval Gupta & Rohit Singhal

Brief:

Nobody  has  ever  escaped  the  blinding  effect  caused  by  the  flashing  headlights  of  oncoming vehicles  while   driving    at    night.    The    pupil  takes  approximately  3-8  seconds  to  recover  back from the  glare  caused  by  sudden  flashlight,  and  this  restriction  of vision is one of the  major reasons behind    the    high    number    of    accidents    taking    place    at    night.   The    Auto-Dimmer device    solves    this  very  problem,  by  reducing  the    intensity    of    the    headlights    by    50  %    as soon   as   the   light  of   the oncoming vehicle falls on the sensor.  When   the   vehicle  crosses, the  original  intensity  is  restored within 0.1 seconds. So it literally works in the blink of an eye.

Patent Application No. 3966/MUM/2015.

The device can further be used in the following things:

Surveillance : The device can be used to detect any person trying to enter an area by unlawful means.  The  device  will  detect  the  movement  and  illuminate  the  area, warning the person.

Solar light : As per the  amount  of  battery  charged  in the morning by solar lights, the device will modify  the  intensity  of  the  light,  so  the  the  lights  remain  on  for  the  entire night.

Street  light  :  Streetlight  not  being  switched  off  during    the    day    time    is    again    a    common problem.  The  device can  be  used to  automatically switch off  the streetlight    as  soon  as   sufficient daylight is present, saving valuable resources.

The  device  can  further  be  used  to  automatically  detect  vehicles  and  pedestrians  and  night  and illuminate  the  roads  till    they    cross    the    region.    The    streetlights    will    then  be  automatically switched off,  saving  electricity.

 

  1. Name of the Start-Up: ReadRush Creatives Pvt. Limited

Students Name: Mizanullah & Upendra Sachan

Brief:

The Problem: Despite living in a country that reads the most (10 hrs per week), are we finishing the books that we have started reading ? Our preliminary research of sample size 500 revealed that a whopping 86% of people did not finish what they started reading, attributing different factors for the same.

The Solution: With the coming of ReadRush, People will now be able to grasp the main ideas and teachings of the book, all without actually spending hours with it. Simply open the app, spend 20-25 minutes with us, and you just completed the book that you have always wished to read!

 

  1. Name of the Start-Up:  Grenovators Motor Work Private Limited

Name of the Students: Suyash Singh, Sandeep Kumar Das and Purnendu Sinha

Brief:

Students of Atal Bihari Vajpayee-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior Mr. Suyash Singh, Mr. Sandeep Kumar Das and Mr. Purnendu Sinha whohad successfully developed their prototype of electric retro fitment kit from an old and scrapped vehicle at ABV-IIITM, Gwalior campus which was a successful project on their concept note towards electric mobility in India.

Several visitors from European high commission, IIT Delhi, IISc Bangalore, Godrej, JK Tyres, Dr. Kota Harinarayana (Father of Tejas Aircraft), Indian Air force etc. have visited their workshop during the development at ABV-IIITM, Gwalior campus which had been a very huge support in terms of feedback and motivation to the team. Team has also received technical suggestions which they have incorporated in their first prototype and still working over it to make the vehicle better and smarter.

Institute promoted these students to establish a start-up company after providing hands on experience via Green Innovation Lab in the institute premises. At the start-up centre of ABV-IIITM, Gwalior under the Guidance of Prof R. Sahu, coordinator of start-up centre, these students have registered a company named as “Grenovators Motor Work Pvt. Ltd.”

After developing an electric retro fitment kit for any conventional vehicles, they have also started with the brand-new design as a new product of electric three-wheeler category which can be fast charged within 15-20 mins. as another domain for expansion. The project name is WIN-WIN.

This retro fitment kit runs the vehicle around 100-120 KM in one full charge with full load capacity of five passengers. Maximum speed captured by team over this old vehicle is around 70- 75 Kmph. Team is working upon to increase the range capacity up to 200-220 KM in one charge. The market price will be very much feasible to their customers which they have already worked upon and still working over it, how to reduce down more by having all Indian suppliers. The conversion time as of now is around two weeks, but they have a target to do the conversion of one vehicle just in twenty-four hours.

Their market research has shown a very high inclination towards this technology by Vikram tempo (three-wheeler auto rickshaw) owners and drivers in Gwalior city as well as other Cities of India. They have published this research study and business opportunity at an SAE’s international symposium of Intelligent and Connected Vehicles in smart city.

Team is also in touch with Gwalior Smart City to introduce this concept on different routes of Gwalior where these Vikram tempos ply. There are around 1000 Vikram tempos in Gwalior city to be converted into the electric vehicle.

Gwalior Smart City and city administration have shown a very close interest in this project for which the discussions are going on and it will be India’s first smart city to bring this concept and change the public mobility towards green environment. Team Grenovators have also approached few government organisations like NTPC etc. towards the faster development of EV’s in India and to make them green by supplying electricity via solar plants.

Grenovators Motor Work have submitted a proposal to NTPC Ltd. for installing the charging stations, initially in Gwalior and later to PAN India with Grenovators for which the discussion is going on. It will easily solve the problem of charging infrastructure for all EV’s in the city premises.

Grenovators recently in the first week of July 2017 have also raised a good amount of funding for the new product and retro fitment kit development from two different angel investors. They have also extended their office premises both in Delhi and Ahmadabad along with the manufacturing facility in Mahesana which is 60 Km from Ahmedabad.  The first production of WIN-WIN (new product) will take place in Mahesana and the launch of product will be first in Gwalior being a Gwalior born organisation.

Currently, WIN-WIN has completed it first phase of on road test trials and soon will be homologated atiCAT with six different variants.

Grenovators Motor Work with a vision to have a global coverage of e-mobility has recently formed a consortium as knowledge and technology partner with NCC, Swedish Transport Administration and Algret Innovations from Sweden and UK to develop the ERS for India. Which will resolve many of our transport problem for logistics in heavy vehicles as well as passenger vehicle to make the urban transport more eco-friendly and smarter.

Apart from product development Grenovators Motor Work has also expanded to provide engineering services which has bagged some clients as: Tata Technologies (on-going), Honeywell (on-going), Cummins (On-going), Eaton (on-going), Mahindra 2W (on-going), National Centre for Antarctic Ocean and Research (successfully executed) and many more.

Industry And Alumni Relations:
https://www.iiitm.ac.in/index.php/en/placement/hr-summit-resource-person
Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

Recreation

ABV-IIITM is equally concerned about the recreation of its learners and teachers as about their academics. The infrastructure for recreation in form of auditorium, open-air theatre, and sports complex is unrestrained. There are several activities: cultural, physical or literary to keep you engaged and occupied in your free time at IIITM. Events are held throughout the year to keep students motivated and interested.

Sports Complex
Sports complex is elaborate and comprises:
•    One swimming pool
•    One basketball court
•    One lawn tennis court
•    One billiards room
•    2 gymnasium halls
•    2 squash courts
•    Multiple badminton courts
•    Several table tennis boards
In addition there are one football field, one cricket ground, an additional tennis court, additional billiards table in Boys’ Hostel – I, badminton courts in all hostels, and table tennis boards in all hostels.  

Open-air Theatre
This open air theatre in the form of an amphitheatre is located next to the sports complex and has a seating capacity for 3,500 people. This theatre is complete with a stage, projector room, green room and VIP enclosures.

Auditorium
Located in the administrative block, the auditorium is the chief venue for academic, cultural, and literary events. This state-of-art auditorium has superior acoustics comparable to the best. Totally air-conditioned, this hall is provided with reclining seats and wireless connectivity.  A projector room also serves as the control room for public addressing and sound monitoring. Stage lighting facilities also are of a superior variety.


See the following links on youtube

AASF Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fpKxU7JSFE

Wheel of Hope-Documentary on narrow gauge rail : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpZxM7GZDiU

Biodiversity at the campus/ disha : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcKIF-tObG4

A day in IIITM : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JvZY183UgMQ

Aurora at IIITM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw19LHfLhfc
Location and Accessibility:

Visitor Guide

About Gwalior City



City of Gwalior located on the extreme north of Madhya Pradesh is named after sage Gwalipa. It is famous as city of iconic composer and singer Tansen and also as city of the Scindia's. Its locational co-ordinates are 26.22º N and 78.18º E. It is located at a driving distance of 127 km south of Agra, and about 320 km south of Delhi. State capital Bhopal is approximately 424 km southwards from Gwalior.

Gwalior city is renowned for its fort, Palace of the Scindias, Tansen's tomb, institutions and Air Force base. Gwalior has the country's only BSF (Border Security Force) Academy. It also boasts of Lakshmi Bai National University for Physical Education, and R.M.T. Music and Arts University, the only of their kinds in entire India. Of course this city is also home to ABV-IIITM.

Geography and Climate -   The topography of this city is predominantly level except around the fort which is located on a hill top. From this fort you get a panoramic view of the entire city. Summers are hot and dry and last from end March till beginning of monsoon in early July. Rainy season lasts till end September after which winter sets in after a brief autumn in October. Winter lasts from November till February. Summer temperature could be as high as 45º C and winter temperatures could reach 4º C.

Reaching Gwalior

Gwalior is accessible by roads, railways and air. Gwalior Junction is among those few stations that is served by both broad gauge and narrow gauge railway lines. This junction station serves as a link to five directions:  Agra, Jhansi, Shivpuri, Bhind, and Sheopur Kalan. All except Sheopur Kalan have broad gauge access with Gwalior. Though there are few direct trains connecting this city to Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, and Mumbai, Gwalior falls en-route on Delhi-Chennai, and Delhi-Mumbai trains. Bhopal – New Delhi Shatabdi Express and Chennai – Delhi Rajdhani Express pass through Gwalior junction. 

Trains between Gwalior and New Delhi/ Delhi – Jabalpur Nizamuddin Express, Nizamuddin Link Express, NizamuddinExpress, Grand Trunk Express, Goa Express, Tamil Nadu Express, Bhopal Express, Gondwana Express,  Ujjaini Express, Mahakaushal Express, Karnataka Express,  Kerala Express, Sachkhand Express, Utkal Express,  Jhelum Express, Panch Valley Express, Punjab Mail, Chattisgarh Express, Patalkot Express, and Malwa Express connect Gwalior to Delhi. Bhopal  - New Delhi Shatabdi Express and Chennai - Apart from these daily trains there are several trains that operate on certain days of a week. Journeys between Gwalior and New Delhi/ Delhi takes about six or seven hours.

Trains connecting Gwalior to Mumbai – Amritsar Lokmanya Tilak Express, Punjab Mail, and Mangala Lakshadweep Express are daily trains connecting Gwalior to Mumbai. It takes a little over 24 hours to travel this distance of approximately 1500km.

Trains between Gwalior and Kolkata – Chambal Express is the only train plying between Gwalior and Kolkata and operates three days a week. A distance of approximately 1300km is covered in about 24 hours.

Trains connecting Gwalior to Chennai – Tamil Nadu Express and G.T. Express are daily trains operating between these two cities. In addition, Andaman Express plying three days a week, and Dehra Dun Madurai Express operating weekly are two other trains connecting Gwalior and Chennai. Chennai – New Delhi Rajdhani also connects Gwalior to both Delhi and Chennai. Travelling time between these two stations about 1850km distant is approximately 30 hours.

Apart from these four metropolitan cities Gwalior is well connected with Agra, Kanpur, Allahabad, Varanasi, Jhansi, Bhopal, Indore and Nagpur.

Roads - Roadway accessibility of Gwalior to other parts of India is excellent. National Highway (NH) 3 connecting Agra and Mumbai, and NH 75 connecting Gwalior and Parsora in Odhisa are the main interstate highways of this city. NH 3 originates in Agra and passes through Dhaulpur, Gwalior, Indore, Nasik, and Thane befor terminating in Mumbai. NH 75 begins from Gwalior and stretches upto Parsora via Jhansi, Panna, Satna, Daltonganj, Ranchi, Chakradharpur, and Chaibasa.

Air - Gwalior city is served by Rajmata Vijaye Raje Scindia airport. There are regular flights to Mumbai, Indore, Bhopal, and Jabalpur.

Local conveyance

Within the city, tempos and auto rickshaws are the main modes of conveyance. These tempos and auto rickshaws could be hired completely or ridden on shared basis. They ply throughout the city and even to adjoining areas.

Commuting to ABV-IIITM – ABV-IIITM is about  7 km from Gwalior railway station and about 12 km from city airport. Auto rickshaws and tempos are available from railway station to institute campus. From airport you could hire cabs or auto-rickshaws. The institute has its own bus service for carrying passengers to and from the institute to important locations of the city.

Lodging and Fooding in Gwalior

Parents and guardians of students are allowed to stay in ABV-IIITM Visitors' Hostel hostel subject to availability of rooms and permission from concerned authorities. Rooms is visitors' hostels are air-conditioned, furnished and provided with attached bathrooms fitted with geysers. These rooms are available at a daily charge basis. Guests could avail our dining facilities at a payment.

There also are hotels and guest houses scattered all over the city and you could select one as per your preference.      


Location

ABV-IIITM is located on Morena Link Road at a distance of about 7.0km and 10 km from Gwalior railway station and Rajmata Vijay Raje Scindia city airport respectively. Its location at the foothills of Gwalior fort is idyllic for an institute of this stature. Though it is not far from city centre it has a tranquil ambiance as desired of an academic institute. With nearly four-fifths of the institute covered with greenery, the environment is pristine and tranquil. Together with academics it offers an ideal surrounding for extra-curricular activities.

The institute is easily accessible by road, and there are cabs and auto-rickshaws to commute from railway station or airport. Shopping centres and market places are located nearby and about ten minutes driving distance away.    

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
301 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 28 1 4 0 9 1 5 0 17 1 66
74 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
301 5902 Integrated B. Tech.(IT) and M. Tech (IT) (5 Years, Integrated B. Tech. and M. Tech. /MBA) All India Gender-Neutral 45 2 5 0 15 1 8 1 27 1 105
119 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 8 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 14
(including "0" Supernumerary)
301 5903 Integrated B. Tech.(IT) and MBA (5 Years, Integrated B. Tech. and M. Tech. /MBA) All India Gender-Neutral 26 1 3 0 9 1 4 0 16 1 61
69 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 115 4 0 0 37 3 20 1 67 3 262
262 0