Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Information Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Devghat, Jhalwa, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh 211015
Contact Person For Admission: Dr. Neetesh Purohit
Designation: Associate Dean (AAA)
Email: adean.aaa@iiita.ac.in
Alternate Email: np@iiita.ac.in
Phone Nos: 91-532-2922236
Fax No: 91-532-2922125
Mobile No.: 9451852922
About the Institute:

The Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Allahabad was established in 1999, as a centre of excellence in Information Technology and allied areas. The Institute was conferred the ‘The University’ status by Govt. of India in the year 2000. The Institute thus became empowered to have a perpetual seal and award degree subsequent to the conduct of its own examinations. The Indian Institute of Information Technology, Allahabad (IIIT-A) has been conceived with the ambitious objectives of developing professional expertise and skilled manpower in Information Technology (IT) and related areas.

 With the passage of IIIT Bill 2014 by the Parliament of India, IIIT Allahabad, along with the other 4 MHRD funded IIITs, became an Institute of National Importance on December 1, 2014. The Institute of National Importance is a status that may be conferred to a higher education institution in India by an act of parliament. They are institutes which "serve as a pivotal player in developing highly skilled personnel within the specified region of the country/state”.

IIITA is enabling the country to exploit efficiently emerging opportunities and meet economic challenges being thrown up by the rapid global IT revolution, which is influencing virtually every area of development and social activity. As an apex nucleating institute in the area of IT, the establishment of IIIT-A, is a major step of Govt. of India towards strengthening the indigenous capability necessary for exploiting profitably and harnessing multi-dimensional facets of IT at all levels, and attaining expertise to enable the country to emerge as a leading player in the global arena.

Fee Structure:
Fee is under revision, will be uploaded on IIIT Allahabad website.
Academic Structure:
Kindly visit the IIIT Allahabad website for detail.
Rules For Change Branch:
Kindly visit the IIIT Allahabad website.
Faculty:

Department of Applied Science

Faculty

Qualification

Research Interests:

Dr. Abdullah Bin Abu Baker
Ph.D

Dr. Akhilesh Tiwari

Ph.D

Photonic Crystals, Photonic band gap materials, Left handed materials, Heat and mass transfer (specific to space and biotechnologcal applications), Space environmental modeling (Theoretical & Experimental

Dr. Amaresh Kumar Sahoo

Ph.D

Nanobiotechnology

Dr. Amit Prabhakar

Ph.D

Clinical diagnostics using various detection based Lab on chip and nanofabricated devices, Bio-mems, Immunoassay lab-on-a-chip devices, Real-time PCR chip based detection technology, Flow cytometer chip, Cell sorting chip, Cell electroporation, Cellular-chip for single cell analysis, On chip bacterial growth studies, Blood on chip analysis, Dielectrophoresis (DEP) chip, Electrophoresis chip, Biosensing using novel techniques (i.e. based on nanowires, quantum dots etc.) with conventional approaches and conventional techniques with novel approaches, MEMS drug delivery systems and micropumps, Clinical therapeutics using nanomaterials, Implantable biomedical devices, Nanotechnology

Dr. Anand Kumar Tiwari

Ph.D

Combinatorial Topology

Dr. Ashutosh Mishra

Ph.D

Bioelectrics, Biomechanics, Learning Machines, Distributed Computation and Modeling/Simulation, Biomedical Signals & Processing



.

Dr. B.S. Sanjeev

Ph.D

Structural Biology, Parallel Computing

 



Dr. Nidhi Mishra

Ph.D

Synthetic Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry

Dr. Pramod Kumar

Ph.D

Magnetocaloric effect, Shape-memory alloy, Negative magnetization, Spin wave dynamics, Strongly correlated electron systems, Hall and quantum hall effect, Graphene (Preparation and device fabrication), Scanning tunneling microscopy, Topological Insulator, Photovoltaic effects

Dr. Pritish Kr. Varadwaj

Ph.D

Computer Aided Drug Designing and Delivery, Molecular Structure Prediction and Visualisation, Cheminformatics and Molecular Modeling

Dr. Ratan K. Saha

Ph.D

Ultrasonic imaging and tissue characterization, Photoacoustic imaging and tissue characterization

Dr. Sangeeta Singh

Ph.D

'Biofilms, stem cells, biological characterization, pathogens detection and characterization

Dr. Sintu Kumar Samanta

Ph.D

Signal transduction in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Dr. Sumit Kr. Upadhyay

Ph.D

Commutative Algebra, Algebraic Geometry and Cryptography

Prof. Krishna Misra

Ph.D

Bio-Technology, Natural Products, Nuclic acid, DNA, RNA

Prof. T. Lahiri

 

Ph.D

Development of algorithms on Fractal simulation model and fractal measure, digital image processing, digital signal processing, soft computing models (Artificial neural network, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithm and their combinations), pattern recognition and to use them in Biomedical, Bioinformatics and other fields

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering




Mr. Arun Kant Singh

Ph.D

 

Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Singh

Ph.D

Wireless Sensor Networks,Adhoc Networks, Artificial Intelligence,Fuzzy Systems,Instrumentation, Automatic Control Systems,Nonlinear Systems,Measurements,Power Electronics,Electronic Devices, Modern Industrial Drives,Electrical Machines.

Dr. Manish Goswami

Ph.D

Low Power Circuit design, Analog and Mixed Signal VLSI Design, Data Converters, Memory Design

Dr. Neetesh Purohit,

Ph.D

Modern Wireless communication technology (CDMA, OFDMA, MIMO etc.), Digital Communication system (Wired and wireless), Development and deployment of Wireless sensor networks, Digital signal processing Techniques, Antenna engineering, Computer Networks

Dr. Pooja Mishra

Ph.D

Polarimetric Applications on Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Images , Satellite Image Processing, Microwave Remote Sensing, SAR Image classification, Electromagnetic wave
interaction with various media and Electromagnetic Modelling

Dr. Prasanna Kr Misra

Ph.D

VLSI Technology, Semiconductor Device design, Analog/RF circuit design,VLSI system design, Hardware/Software Architecture codesign

Dr. Rajat Kr Singh

Ph.D

Photonic Packet Switch Architecture, Optical Data Storage, Optical Networks and Switching

Dr. Rekha Verma

Ph.D

Thermo effects in light emitting transistors and photovoltaics, Electrical contact resistance for metal-semiconductor junctions, electro-thermal analysis in 2-D materials

Dr. Seema Awasthi

Ph.D

Microwave Engineering ,Electromagnetics, Microwave Filters,  Metamaterials, Antennnas.  Multiple coupled lines, Transmitter and  Receiver modules

Dr. Sitangshu Bhattacharya

Ph.D

Computational Nanoelectronics-Physics of electron and phonon transport in mono/bilayer/molecular based devices such as graphene, complex materials, dichalcogenides,
etc., Nanoscale energy transport and conversions:-bulk and nanoscale thermoelectrics and solar cell devices

Dr. Sanjai Singh

Ph.D Structural. Electronic and Optical Properties of Nanostructures, Structural and Electronic properties of High Tc Superconducting Materials, Quantum Computing.

Dr. Sunny Sharma

Ph.D

Microelectronics and VLSI Design, Micro and Nano Fabrication, Sensor Information Processing and Pattern Recognition

Dr. Suneel Yadav

PhD

Wireless Relaying Techniques, Cooperative Communications, Cognitive Relaying Communications, Device-to-Device Communications, Signal Processing, and MIMO Systems

Department of Information Technology

Dr. Abhishek Vaish

Ph.D

Information Security, Cyber Law, Risk Management, Network Threat Protection

Dr. Amit Kumar Dhar

Ph.D

Designing efficient algorithms for Model-Checking, Employing Automata theoretic techniques for various problems in formal verification and controller synthesis




Dr. Bibhas Ghoshal

Ph.D

Embedded and Real time System, IoT, VLSI Design and Test, System software, Computer Architecture, CAD for VLSI, Signal Processing

Dr. Jagpreet Singh

Ph.D

Parallel & distributed systems, scheduling theory, operating systems, real-time systems, adhoc network, wireless sensors networks

Dr. K. P. Singh

Ph.D

Machine Learning, Optimization and Evolutionary Algorithms; Machine Learning and optimization

Dr. Manish Kumar

Ph.D

Data Management in Wireless Sensor Network, Database Systems, Data Mining, Distributed Databases, Mobile Data Management

Dr. Mohammed Javed
Ph.D

Dr. Pavan Chakraborty

Ph.D

 Human Gait Analysis, Human Prosthetics, Bio-metrics, Image Processing, Graphics and Visual Computing, Graphical Projections, Robotics & Instrumentation, Real Time Simulation, High Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Life Simulation and Intelligence, Human Computer Interaction, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Large Astronomical Data Analysis, Cometary Jets Simulation.

Dr. Rahul Kala

Ph.D

Robot Planning, Multi-Robot Coordination, Intelligent Vehicles, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Neural Networks, Evolutionary Algorithms, Hybrid Soft Computing,
Classification, Related areas of Robotics, Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition

Dr. Ranjana Vyas

Ph.D

Business Intelligence, Data Mining, Information Systems Strategy




Dr. S. Venkatesan

Ph.D

Mobile Agent Security; Cryptography
Cloud Computing and Social Network Privacy

Dr. Satish K. Singh

Ph.D

Digital Image Processing, Data-compression, Biometrics Systems (Hand, Finger-print, Face, Multimodal, etc.), Pattern Recognition and Digital Image Watermarking

Dr. Shirshu Varma

Ph.D

Wireless Sensor Networks, Mobile Computing, Mobile Multimedia, Digital Signal Processing & Optical Communication Systems

Dr. Sonali Agarwal

Ph.D

Advance Data Mining, Big Data Mining, Big Data Storage and Computing Tools, Support Vector Machine, Twin Support Vector Machine, Data Mining applications in Healthcare
and E Governance

Dr. Soumyadev Maity Ph.D Network Security, Information Security, Cryptography, Secure Routing, Intrusion Detection, Security in IoT, Security in ITS.
Dr. Triloki Pant Ph.D Satellite Image Analysis, Fractal Geometry for Imaging

Dr. Vijay Kumar Chaurasiya

Ph.D

Computer Networks , Wireless Networks,  Network Performance,  Routing Protocols, Wireless LAN,  Mobile Ad-hoc Network,  Wireless Sensor Networks,  Discrete Mathematics, Database Management System,  Network Security,  Information Security

Dr. Vrijendra Singh

Ph.D

Blind Source Separation, Independent Component Analysis, Biomedical Analysis, Artificial Neural Networks, Data Mining, Image & Audio Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Computational Neuroscience

Dr. Rishi Ranjan Singh

Ph.D.

Approximation Algorithms, Social and Complex Network Analysis, Mathematical Formulation, Algorithms Optimization; Social and Complex Network Analysis; Approximation Algorithms ;Discrete Optimization

Prof. Anupam Agarwal

Ph.D

Graphics and Visual Computing, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, AI, Artificial Neural Networks, Rough and Fuzzy Sets, Softcomputing, Multimedia Information Procesing, Information Retrieval, Human-Computer Interaction, Remote Sensing and GIS, Computational Geometry and Software Engineering

Prof. G.C. Nandi

Ph.D

Soft computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Industrial automation, Advanced Artificial Intelligence, Computer Controlled Systems, Humanoid robots , Machine vision and processing

Prof. O.P. Vyas

Ph.D

Data Mining and Business Intelligence, Mobile Adhoc Networks and Wireless Sensor networks, Future Internet, Software Engineering

Prof. Shekhar

Verma,

 

Ph.D

Wireless Networks, Cryptography, Wireless Sensor Networks, Multimedia, Networks

Prof. U.S. Tiwary

Ph.D

Image Processing, Computer Vision, Medical Image Processing, Pattern Recognition & Script Analysis, Digital Signal Processing, Speech and Language Processing, Wavelet Transform, Soft Computing & Fuzzy Logic, Neuro–computing and Soft-computers, Speech driven computers, Natural Language Processing, Brain Simulation, Cognitive Science

Prof. Channappa B. Akki Ph.D
Sentiment Analysis, Security, Hand-off and Radio Resource Management in LTE.

Department of Management Studies

Dr. Anurika Vaish

Ph.D

Economics, Accounting & Finance, Digital Divide and E-governance, Operation Management and related issues

Dr. Madhvendra Misra

 

D.Phil

Sales promotion, Consumer Behavior, Information Strategy & IT enabled Services

Dr. Pragya Singh

Ph.D

Marketing, consumer behaviour, rural marketing, Advertising and brand management, Entrepreneurship development, Investment management and related areas

Dr. Ranjit Singh
Ph.D Behavioural Finance, Security Analysis and Protfolio Management, Islamic Finance
Dr. Saurabh Mishra
Ph.D Conversion rate optimization, ORM, e-business, e-marketing, fuzzy optimization.

Dr. Shailendra Kumar

Ph.D

Corporate Finance, Capital Market related issues, Investment Management

Dr. Shashikant Rai
Ph.D Information systems Identity, Privacy and Trust Management Data and Policy Management, perishable food product supply chain coordination.
Dr. Sudipta Das
Ph.D Corporate Finance, Financial Modelling, Investments, Financial Econometrics, Research Methodology.
Dr. Utkarsh Goel
Ph.D Corporate Finance, IT& BFSI, Efficiency Analysis, Investments

Dr. Vijaishri Tewari

Ph.D

Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior

Dr. Vineet Tiwari
Ph.D Energy and Environment Modelling, Energy and Environment Policy Analysis, Water Modelling, Climate Change, Operation.

**Faculty Names are arranged in alphabetical orders.

Facilities:

Students Amenities

The Institute caters the residential need of students through Boys/Girls and Married Research Apartments.

 The Boys Hostel Campus consisting of BH1, BH2, BH3 and BH4, BH5 and Research Scholar marriage apartment situated in campus and across the road from the main campus, is a vibrant place allotted to the present students and research scholars of the campus. With a residential capacity exceeding 2400 .

 The centrally air conditioned mess in each of the hostels fulfill the dining requirements of the students and also ensure that the students are able to dine with ease and comfort.

 Recreational facilities include provision for sports such as Volley ball, Badminton, Table tennis etcetera and are complimented with gymnasium, common TV rooms. These facilities provide for sufficient avenues for students to relax and decompress from the demanding academic activities.

IIIT Allahabad provides hostel facility with a homely environment to the lady scholars of the institute. It consists of three hostels GH1, GH2, and GH3 constituting separate air conditioned mess and gym facilities with 24hrs guidance of caretakers.

 For the all round development, the students can access the facility of basketball court, badminton court. Wardens visit the hostel regularly to monitor and ensure the proper functioning of the hostels and the comfort of the students. Major discussions and activities among the students can be carried out in the common room. Timings are strictly adhered to for the incoming and outgoing of the students for their safety. Regular attendance is taken by the caretaker. Ample green cover all around the residential area provides a visually appealing and healthy environment for the residents. Different festivals and cultural events are celebrated together within the hostel campus in a very friendly and homely atmosphere.

 Night canteens within the boys and girls hostel premises facilitate the dietary requirements of the students after the normal dining hours – especially when the students are busy burning the midnight oil.

 Extracurricular activities are provided by the Students Gymkhana. These activities include Sport, Cultural programmes and Social Service. Various clubs of the Gymkhana encourage individual talents of students in hobbies such as painting, modeling, music Photography and fabrication of electronic devices. A swimming pool is an additional facility. A well-planned Student Activities Centre (SAC) routinely organizes several vibrant extracurricular events.

 

 

Research Facilities

 

IIITA has academic collaborations with premier international research organization of repute such as Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh), California University (Riverside, USA), State University of New York, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), Canberra University (Australia), University of Michigan (USA) etc. IIITA is already a Global brand. Our alumnae are  contributing in the area of IT in large number in silicon valley EU  Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and all such places where tremendous IT related activities are taking place. A modular course design along with several opportunities for industry training, gives students the freedom to tailor their learning experience.

Other Key Features:

  • Inter institutional interaction and sharing of expertise and resources
  • State of art Infrastructure with residential facilities
  • Highly interdisciplinary research
  • Competent and motivated faculties with passion for pursuing research
  • Well equipped labs with experimental and computational facilities
Central library with large collection of books and e-journals
Student Life at Institute:
Kindly visit the IIIT Allahabad website for details.
Financial Assistance:
SCHOLARSHIPS Serial No. Name of the Scholarship Eligibility Criteria Amount Re-reimbursable (in Rs.) 1 Post Matric Scholarships (State Wise) As decided by the concerned State Governments.
Some of them are :-
(a) Uttar Pradesh Post Matric Scholarship
(b) Madhya Pradeh Post Matric Scholarhip
(c) Bihar Post Matric Scholarship
(d) Uttrakhand Post Matric Scholarship
(e) Maharastra Post Matric Scholarhip
(f) Andhra Pradesh Post Matric Scholarship
(g) Telangana Post Matric Scholarship
(h) Rajasthan Post Matric Scholarship

*Ohters as given on National Scholarship Portal As decided by the State Government. 2 Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities Scholarship will be awarded to the students who have secured not less than 50% marks or  equivalent  grade  in  the  previous  final  examination  and  the  annual  income  of  whose parents/guardian from all sources does not exceed Rs.2.00 Lakh.

30%  of  scholarship  will  be  earmarked  for  girl  students.
Admission and tuition fees subject to a maximum ceiling of Rs. 3,000/- p.a. 

Maintenance allowance for 10 months @ Rs. 380/- p.m. for Hosteler and @ Rs. 230/- p.m. for Day Scholar. 3 Merit Cum Means Scholarship For Professional and Technical Courses CS Scholarship will be awarded to the students who have secured not less than 50% marks or  equivalent  grade  in  the  previous  final  examination.

The annual income of the beneficiary/parent or guardian of
beneficiary should not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh from all sources.  Full  Course Fees Reimbursement.

Maintenance allowance for 10 months @ Rs.10,000/- p.a. ( Rs.1000/-p.m.) for Hosteler and Rs.5,000/- p.a. (Rs.500/- p.m.) for Day Scholar. 4 Post-matric Scholarship for Persons with Disabilities The  students  having  more  than  40%  disability  (Certified  by
competent  medical  authority  of  the  state  Governments/UTs.)
are only eligible.

Scholarship will  be  paid  to  the  students  whose  parents /guardians'  income  from  all  sources  does  not  exceed  Rs.2,50,000/-per  annum. Fees Reimbursement upto 1.50 lakh p.a.

Maintenance allowance p.m. Rs. 1,600/- for Hosteler and Rs. 750/- for Day Scholar.

Disability allowance depending on type of disability.

Book Allowance Rs. 1,500/-
5 Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities. Student with disability having not less than 40% disability.

Total income from all sources of the candidate and/or his/her parents/guardians, shall not exceed Rs.6,00,000/- (Rupees six lakh only) per year. Reimbursement  of  tuition  fees  and non
-refundable charges up to Rs. 2.00 lakh p.a.

Maintenance Allowance Rs. 3,000/- p.m. for hostelers and Rs. 1,500/- p.m. for Day Scholars.

Special Allowance Rs. 2,000/- p.m.

Books & Stationery Rs. 5,000/- p.m.

Reimbursement   of   expenses   for purchase   of   a   computer   with accessories Rs. 30,000/- per  awardee as  a  one-time  grant  for entire course.

Reimbursement   of   expenses   for purchase   of   Aids and Assistive Device Rs. 30,000/- per  awardee as  a  one-time  grant  for entire course.  6 Top Class Education Scheme for SC Students 1. The annual family income ceiling from all sources for eligibility under the Scheme is Rs.4.50 lakh. 

2. The SC students, who secure admission in the notified institutions, according to the norms prescribed by the respective institutions, are eligible for the scholarship under the scheme to the extent of the number of scholarships allocated to the institutions concerned.

3. The scholarship is merit based and the top ones in each institutions (subject to their eligibility) to get. In case the number of students admitted exceeds the number of awards, then the scholarship will be restricted to the top ones in the inter-se merit list institute-wise.  1. Full tuition fee and other non-refundable charges (there is a ceiling of Rs.2 lakh per year per student towards fee in the private institutions and Rs.3.72 lakh per year per student in private commercial pilot training institutions).

 2. Living expenses @ of Rs.2220 per month per student.

 3.Books & stationery @ Rs.3000 per year per student.

 4. A latest computer with full accessories limited to Rs. 45000 per student as one time assistance (Living expenses, cost of books and stationery and computer are subject to actual).
7 National Fellowship& Scholarship for Higher Education Of Scheduled Tribe Students 1. The total family income of the student from all sources should not exceed Rs. 4.50 lakh per annum.

2. Only those Scheduled Tribe students who have secured admission in notified Institutions will be eligible for the scholarship.

3. If the number of the ST students admitted in a particular Institution exceeds the number of awards allocated to that Institutions than the scholarship will be restricted to that number of students who occupied top slots in the inter-se merit list. 1. Full amount of tuition fee and other non-refundable dues in respect of Government/Government-funded institutions are paid.

2. In case of students studying in private sector institutions a ceiling of Rs. 2.00 lakh per annum per student will apply normally.

3. In case of students in private sector flying clubs for Commercial Pilot Training the ceiling is Rs. 3.72 lakh per annum per student.

 4. Living expenses are paid as per actual, subject to maximum ceiling of Rs. 2200/- per month per student.

 5. Expenditure on Books and stationery is paid @ Rs. 3000/- per annum per student. Cost of a latest computer along with accessories limited to Rs. 45,000/- as one time assistance during the entire course is paid to the student.
8 Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships for College And University Students Students who are above 80th percentile  of  successful candidates in the relevant stream for  a  particular  Board  of  Examination, in  class  XII  of  10+2  pattern  or  equivalent  and  not belonging to the creamy layer.

Scholarship will be paid only to those students whose parent’s/guardian’s income from all sources does not exceed
Rs.8.00 Lakh p.a. The rate of scholarship would be Rs.1000/- p.m. at Graduation level for first three years of College  and  University  courses  and  Rs.2000/- per  month  at  Post-Graduation  level. Students pursuing professional
courses would get Rs.2000/- per month in the 4th and 5th year. The scholarship would be paid for 10 months in an academic year. 9
Institute Scholarships


(a) Merit-cum-Means Scholarship 1. The cumulative average of SGPI of two semesters only, per year, respectively should be equal to or above 8.50.
2. Parental Income should be less than Rs. 5.00 lakh p.a.
3. Total number of beneficiaries is limited to 3% of the total strength in each individual program/stream/department. Rs. 36,000/- p.a.
(b) Merit Incentive Scholarship 1. The cumulative average of SGPI of two semesters only, per year, respectively should be equal to or above 9.00.
2. 2% (Top Rank Holders) of the Total Strength, provided the Total Strength is above 40, in each individual program/stream/department will be awarded with Merit Incentive Award. Rs. 36,000/- p.a. 10
Department Scholarships The scholarships provided by the employer of the parents of the students. As per their norms.
Training & Placement:

               

Placement Report Session 2017-2018

1.       Total number of Students placed out of 240 out of 290

2.       Number of students placed in Dream Round Company : 231

3.       Number of students placed in First Round Company : 9

4.       Number of Students placed  in each company :As Below

 

SI.No

Name of Company

No. of Students placed

1.        

Amazon

13

2.

Arcesium

1

3.        

Arista Networks

5

4.       

Capegemini

5

5       

Cisco

5

6.        

CitiCorp

6

7.     

Delhivery

2

8.     

Deutsche Bank

7
9.
Digital Green
2
10.
Directi (Application)
3

11.     

Edelweiss

2

12.  

Fastfox.com

2

13.

Fidelity Investments

7
14.
Flipkart
2

15.     

GE Digital

1

16.     

Goldman Sachs

7
17.
Google
1

18.     

Happay

6
19.
Hashedin
5

20..     

Hike

2

21.     

Icon Resources

1

22.     

Infoedge

5

23.     

Infosys

3

24.     

Infosys(R&D)

3

25.     

Infozech

2

26.     

ION

2

27.     

JDA

3

28.     

Kronos

2

29.     

Linkedin

3

30.     

Mahindra

1

31.     

MAQ

3

32.     

Microsoft IDC

3

33.     

Mobikwik
2

34.     

Morgan Stanley

7

35.     

Newgen

3

36.     

Nucleus

4

37.     

OneAssist

3

38.     

Paytm

5

39.     

Qualcomm (Hardware)

9

40.     

RBS

4

41.     

Sabre

6

42.    

Samsung Delhi

39

43.    

SAP Labs

2

44.    

Shopclues

1

45.    

Sumologic

2

46.    

TCS

3

47.    

Telstra

1

48.    

Tesco

2

49.    

Treebo
3

50.    

UBS
9

51.    

Valuefy
4

52.    

Vassar Labs
1

53.    

Vehant
2

54.    

Walmart Labs

3

55.    

Wipro

3

56.    

Yatra

4

57.    

ZS Associates

3

 

 

Industry And Alumni Relations:
Will be uploaded on IIIT Allahabad website in due course of time.
Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

The Institute caters the residential need of students through Boys/Girls and Married Research Apartments.

 

The Boys Hostel Campus consisting of BH1, BH2, BH3 and BH4, BH5 and Research Scholar marriage apartment situated in campus and across the road from the main campus, is a vibrant place allotted to the present students and research scholars of the campus. With a residential capacity exceeding 2400 .

 

The centrally air conditioned mess in each of the hostels fulfill the dining requirements of the students and also ensure that the students are able to dine with ease and comfort.

 

Recreational facilities include provision for sports such as Volley ball, Badminton, Table tennis etcetera and are complimented with gymnasium, common TV rooms. These facilities provide for sufficient avenues for students to relax and decompress from the demanding academic activities.

IIIT Allahabad provides hostel facility with a homely environment to the lady scholars of the institute. It consists of three hostels GH1, GH2, and GH3 constituting separate air conditioned mess and gym facilities with 24hrs guidance of caretakers.

 

For the all round development, the students can access the facility of basketball court, badminton court. Wardens visit the hostel regularly to monitor and ensure the proper functioning of the hostels and the comfort of the students. Major discussions and activities among the students can be carried out in the common room. Timings are strictly adhered to for the incoming and outgoing of the students for their safety. Regular attendance is taken by the caretaker. Ample green cover all around the residential area provides a visually appealing and healthy environment for the residents. Different festivals and cultural events are celebrated together within the hostel campus in a very friendly and homely atmosphere.

 

Night canteens within the boys and girls hostel premises facilitate the dietary requirements of the students after the normal dining hours – especially when the students are busy burning the midnight oil.

 

Extracurricular activities are provided by the Students Gymkhana. These activities include Sport, Cultural programmes and Social Service. Various clubs of the Gymkhana encourage individual talents of students in hobbies such as painting, modeling, music Photography and fabrication of electronic devices. A swimming pool is an additional facility. A well-planned Student Activities Centre (SAC) routinely organizes several vibrant extracurricular events.

Location and Accessibility:
Kindly visit the website for details.
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
309 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 41 2 6 0 13 1 7 0 24 2 96
113 3
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 9 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 5 0 20
(including "3" Supernumerary)
309 4146 Information Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 83 4 10 1 27 2 14 1 49 3 194
226 7
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 16 1 2 0 6 0 3 0 10 1 39
(including "7" Supernumerary)
309 4186 Information Technology-Business Informatics (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 12 1 3 0 5 0 2 0 8 1 32
38 1
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 7
(including "1" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 163 8 0 0 55 3 29 1 98 7 388
377 11