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Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Information Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Near Bopdev Ghat, Kondhwa Annexe, Yewalewadi, Pune-411048
Contact Person For Admission: Dr. Bhupendra Singh
Designation: Assistant Professor
Email: bhupendra@iiitp.ac.in
Alternate Email: bhupi.pal08@gmail.com
Phone Nos:
Fax No:
Mobile No.: 9325302119,9975727016
About the Institute:

 Institute

IIIT, Pune was established as a Society in the year 2016-17 under Societies Act of 1860. In August 2017, the institute was re-created by an Act of Parliament (23 of 2017 dated 09th Aug, 2017 viz. Indian Institute of Information Technology (PPP) Act of 2017. The institute is also declared as an Institute of National Importance by the same Act. Besides the Govt. of India the other partners in the institute are the Govt. of Maharashtra and two industry partner(s) (yet to be nominated). The initial outlay of the project was Rs.128 Crores be borne by the three stakeholders, viz., the Central Government, State Government (Maharashtra), and Industry Partners in the ratio of 50%, 35%, and 15% respectively. 

Government of Maharashtra has allocated 100 acres of land in the year 2015 in Nanoli, Talegaon, Pune District for establishing IIIT Pune.

IIIT Pune is currently operating from a transit campus, near Bopdev Ghat, Kondhwa Annexe, Yewalewadi, Pune. The IIIT Pune is functioning within the Trinity Academy of Engineering College, Pune Campus. The resources, such as Hostel, Messes, Sports facilities, Canteen, etc., besides the Class rooms, Laboratories are shared with IIIT Pune.


Vision and Mission

(a)  To emerge amongst the foremost institutions in information technology and allied fields of knowledge in the global context

(b)   To advance new knowledge and innovation in information technology and allied fields to empower the nation to the forefront in the global context

(c)    To develop competent and capable youth imbued with the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship with the social and environmental orientation to meet the knowledge needs of the country and provide global leadership in information technology and allied fields

(d)   To empower environment and value based education in information technology

(e)   To encourage Indian languages in technical education and to initiate research in information technology through Indian languages

(f)    To motivate students for entrepreneurship and skill development for creating an ecosystem in the nation

(g)   To enlighten Indian traditional knowledge in technical education

(h)   To extend the frontiers of knowledge, stimulate creativity, and solve real-world problems, prepare students to think broadly, deeply and critically, and to contribute to the world, and deploy IIIT’s  strengths to benefit our region, country, and world

(i)    To create a collaborative environment open to the free exchange of ideas, where research, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship can flourish

(j)    To foster an academic community in which the learning and scholarship of every member may flourish, with vigilant protection for individual human rights, and a resolute commitment to the principles of equal opportunity, equity and justice

(k)   To harness the quality, breadth and depth of our research capabilities to address the difficult challenges of today and the future

To develop the next generation of researchers, scientists and academics

To achieve academic excellence in engineering, technology and science by imparting quality and value based education. To inspire our students to become responsible citizens and competent professionals with high ethical values.


Fee Structure:
 Fee Structure for B.Tech Students (2021-22) 1st Year


Sr. No.

Particulars

B.Tech

A

Tuition Fee

180000

B

Development Fee

20000

C

Miscellaneous Fee

27500

D

Caution Deposit (Refundable)

5000

E

Alumni Association Fee

2000

Total (A to E)

234500

 

F

Hostel Fee *

24,000

H

Hostel Deposit

5000

Total (F+H)

29000

 

*Whole amount in Indian Rupees.

**Hostel fee is exclusive of mess fee. Tentative charges payable to the Mess contractor directly.

 

Academic Structure:

Academic Structure

Courses offered and Intake for each course at IIIT Pune

Computer Engineering and Science (CSE): 175

Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE): 50


Institute has started awarding the ‘Honors’ degree to the bright students in both the branches viz. Computer Science and Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering with ‘Major’ in one of the following disciplines [B.Tech(Hons) in CSE/ECE with Major in one discipline]:

a) Artificial Intelligence

b) Data Science

c) Machine Learning

d) Cyber Security

e) Internet of Things

f) Robotics

g ) VLSI Design


B. Tech. Admission Brochure 2021 can be downloaded from the Institute website www.iiitp.ac.in

Rules For Change Branch:
Norms for change of branch for undergraduate (B.Tech.) Programme

1.     Special cases the Institute may permit a student to change from one branch of studies to another after the first two semesters. Such changes will be permitted, in accordance with the provisions laid down hereinafter.

 

2.     Only those students will be considered eligible for change of branch/programme after the second semester, who have completed and passed all the common credits required in the first two semesters of their studies in their first attempt.

 

3.     Applications for a change of branch/programme must be made by intending eligible students in the prescribed form. The academic section will call for applications at the end of second semester of each academic year and the completed forms must be submitted by the last date specified in the notification.

 

4.     Students may enlist their choices of branch/programme, in order of preference, to which they wish to change over. It will not be permissible to alter the choices after the application has been submitted.

 

5.     Change of branch/programme shall be made strictly in order of merit of the applicants. For this purpose, the CGPA obtained at the end of the second semester shall be considered. In case of a tie, the JEE rank of the applicants will be considered.

 

6.     Only those students, who have completed the common credits required in the first two semesters in their first attempt with a minimum CGPA of 8.5 shall be eligible for making the application for a change of branch.

 

7.     The maximum number of students admitted in any discipline in the third semester through the branch change rule shall be decided by the Chairman, Senate on batch to batch basis.

 

8.     The applicants may be allowed a change in branch/programme, strictly in order of inter merit, subject to the limitation that the strength of a branch should not fall below the existing strength by more than ten percent and should not go above the sanctioned strength by more than ten percent.

 

9.     All changes of branch/programme made in accordance with the above rules will be effective from the third semester of the applicants concerned. No change of branch/programme shall be permitted after this.

 

10.  All changes of branch/programme will be final and binding on the applicants. No student will be permitted, under any circumstances, to refuse the change of branch/programme offered.

Faculty:

Management and faculty at IIIT Pune

Director: Prof. Anupam Shukla

Registrar: Prof. S. N. Sapali

Dean (Academics) : Prof. Ritu Tiwari

Teaching Faculty:

Dr. Ritu Tiwari-  Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Tanmoy Hazra - Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Bhupendra Singh - Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Sanjeev Sharma -  Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Rahul Dixit - Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Nagendra Kushwaha - Assistant Professor in Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dr. Ranjith Nair - Assistant Professor in Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dr. Sandeep Mishra - Assistant Professor in Electronics and Communication Engineering

Dr. Anangha Khiste - Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics and Data Science

Dr. Chandrakant Guled - Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics and Data Science

Dr. Vaidurya Jain - Assistant Professor in  Humanities, Social Sciences and Management

Dr. Vagisha Mishra -  Assistant Professor in Humanities, Social Sciences and Management


To know more about faculty visit http://iiitp.ac.in/faculty
Facilities:

Central Facilities

a)   Laboratories

 

 

S.No.

Name of Laboratory

Software/Hardware/ Equipment

1

Electronics Laboratory

 

     3 mhz multi waveform signal generator with modulation, make- aplab, model- msgm3m

     30 mhz digital readout oscilloscope with component tester

     digital multimeters 3 1/2 digit 1999 count lcd 17mm large lcd, make- meco, model-603

     power supply- 30v,2a dual power supply with automatic overload protection

     transistor application trainer(tat)

 

2

Communication Technology Laboratory

 

     bench Function   Genrator-1022,DSO-RIGOL-DS1104,Progarammable Power supply-RIGOL-DP32, Spectrum Analyaser- RIGOL- DSA815, Sintech digital Multimeter-61, Soldring stand, MCB, Monitor LG

      DSB-SC Amplitude modulation and demodulation trainer modal-COM102N

      DSB-SCAmplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Modal-COM101N

     SSB-SC Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Filter Method Modal-COM103NF

     SSB-SC Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Phase Shift Method Modal-COM103NF

     Frequency Modulation and demodulation using reactance modulator Modal-COM104VP2

     Phase  Modulation and Demod Trainer Modal-COM129

     Frequency Division Mux and Demux system Modal-COM128

     Time Division Mux and Demux system Modal-COM109

     Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) Trainer Modal-QAM100

     Klystron Power Supply Digital MI-MCO1

     Klystron Mount with Klystron Tube

     Isolator, Variable Attenuator 20dB, Digital Frequency Meter, Detector Mount, Slotted Section with probe Carrier, Gunn Power Supply Digital MI-MC02, Magi Tee, E-plane Tee, H-plane Tee, VSWR Meter Digital MI-MC03 etc.

     Radiation Pattern Turn Table set up (Turn table gear box360 degree, Wooden stand with vertical stand, band 2nos)

     Pyramidal Horn Antenna

 

 

 3

Digital Electronics and Microprocessor laboratory

 

     Basic  Electrical and Electronics workbench in this workbench Function   Generator-1022,DSO-RIGOL-DS1104,Power supply-RIGOL-DP32,Sintech digital Multimeter-61, Soldering stand, MCB, Monitor LG

     Digital Design  Trainer Kits

     Microprocessor and microcontroller kits

     Keil, and Proteus VSM

     Logic Gate simulator

 

4

VLSI Laboratory:

 

The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Equipment:

     Xilinx Virtex-Ii Pro Board

     Xilinx Development Board With Microcontroller

     ZYBO BOARD

     Interface such as keypad, lcd etc

Software:

     Xilinx Ise Design Suite

     Vivado System

 

5

Computer Lab 1

 

The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

     Postgre-SQL

     PHP server (XAMP Server)

     MYSQL

Subject practice:

     Database Management Systems Lab

     Software Project Work Lab

 

6

Computer Lab 2

 

The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

     Linux OS

     MATLAB

     Anaconda Navigator

     R Studio

     Android Studio

     ArgoUML, UML Umbrello

Subject practice:

     Project Lab

     Software Engineering Lab

     Object Oriented Techniques Lab

 

7

Computer Lab 3

 

The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

     Anaconda Navigator

     R Studio

     Android Studio

     Anaconda Navigator

Subject Practice:

     Artificial Intelligence Lab

     Computer Network & Information Security Lab

     Compiler and Automata Lab

     Data Mining Lab

 

8

Computer Lab 4

 

The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

     WiJungle - Unified Network Security Gateway firewall

     Total 8 switches(24-ports)

     100 Mbps line

 

 

 

 

        i.        Electronics Laboratory

Activities performed in the lab:

     Design and test rectifiers, clipping circuits, clamping circuits and voltage regulators,

     Compute the parameters from the characteristics of JFET and MOSFET devices,

     Design, test and evaluate BJT in various configurations,

     Design and test JFET/MOSFET amplifiers,

     Design and test of power amplifier,

     Design and test of various types of oscillators.

 

Equipment:

      3 MHz multi waveform signal generator with modulation

      30 MHz digital readout oscilloscope with component tester

      High precision digital multimeters

      Power supply- 30V, 2A dual power supply with automatic overload protection

      Transistor application trainer

 

      ii.        Communication Technology Laboratory

The objective of this lab is to understand basic theories of digital and analog communication student’s deep knowledge in digital communication systems at the practical level so that students can understand the logical, analytical, and mathematical background of the communication system. This lab focuses on understanding the fundamental concepts of signal flow in a digital communication system. Detailed analysis of TDM, Pulse modulations, digital modulation techniques, sampling and reconstruction, source coding techniques, Error-control coding techniques, the error performance of a digital communication system in presence of noise, to design and implement analog/ digital modulator and demodulator and to understand the applications of balanced modulator circuit and other interferences are done.


Equipment:

     Advanced Electrical and Electronics workbench-In this  workbench Function   Generator-1022,DSO-RIGOL-DS1104,Programmable Power supply-RIGOL-DP32,Spectrum Analyaser-RIGOL-DSA815,Sintech digital Multimeter-61,Soldering stand, MCB, Monitor LG

     Analog and Digital communication trainer kits:

1)    DSB-fC Amplitude modulation and demodulation trainer modal-COM102N

2)    DSB-SCAmplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Modal-COM101N

3)   SSB-SC Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Filter Method Modal-COM103NF

4)   SSB-SC Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Trainer Phase Shift Method Modal-COM103NF

5)   Frequency Modulation and demodulation using reactance modulator Modal-COM104VP2

6)   Phase  Modulation and Demod Trainer Modal-COM129

7)   Frequency Division Mux and Demux system Modal-COM128

8)   Time Division Mux and Demux system Modal-COM109

9)   Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) Trainer Modal-QAM100

10)       Klystron Power Supply Digital MI-MCO1

11)       Klystron Mount with Klystron Tube

12)       Isolator, Variable Attenuator 20dB, Digital Frequency Meter, Detector Mount, Slotted Section with probe Carrier, Gunn Power Supply Digital MI-MC02, Magi Tee, E-plane Tee, H-plane Tee, VSWR Meter Digital MI-MC03 etc.

13)       Radiation Pattern Turntable set up (Turntable gear box360 degree, Wooden stand with vertical stand, band 2nos)

14)       Pyramidal Horn Antenna

Software:  MATLAB

 

 

    iii.        Digital Electronics and Microprocessor laboratory

The goal of this lab is to make students conversant with the designing of digital systems, and programmable aspects of microprocessors and microcontrollers. This lab is equipped with 8085, and 8086 microprocessors, 8051 and PIC microcontrollers, ARM based systems, and various interfacing cards. For implementation of digital systems, digital trainers and logic analyzers are available.


Equipment:

     Basic  Electrical and Electronics workbench powered with MCB, Monitor, DSO

     Microprocessor and microcontroller kits

     Keil, Proteus VSM, Logic Gate simulator

     iv.        VLSI Design Laboratory:

The VLSI Design laboratory was established with an aim to conduct research in various aspects of the ever growing field of IC design and verification. The Lab provides basic and advanced facilities for UG and PG coursework related experiments, project works and research facilities.


Equipment:

      Xilinx Virtex-Ii Pro Board

      Xilinx Development Board With Microcontroller

      ZYBO BOARD

      Interface such as keypad, lcd etc

      Desktops

Softwares:

      Vivado Design Suite

      Cadence

 

       v.        Computer Lab 1

This LAB is for design and implementation of various computer applications. In this LAB students work on new Technologies and experts in contemporary technologies like Database Management services and Web designing. The Lab is fully centralized air conditioned and well furnished. This Lab consists of one server and 25 computers. Lab is equipped with a wall mount projector.


The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

      Postgre-SQL

      PHP server (XAMP Server)

      MYSQL

Subject practice:

      Database Management Systems Lab

      Software Project Work Lab

 

     vi.        Computer Lab 2

The Department has a well-equipped, fully centralized air conditioned, well-furnished Project Lab. This LAB consists of 25 Machines and a smart Board to fulfill the presentation needs


The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

      Linux OS

      MATLAB

      Anaconda Navigator

      R Studio

      Android Studio

      ArgoUML, UML Umbrello

Subject practice:

      Project Lab

      Software Engineering Lab

      Object Oriented Techniques Lab

 

   vii.        Computer Lab 3

 

This High performance Computing Lab consists of 20 computers in which latest and required software are installed on the computers.


The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Software Specification:

      Anaconda Navigator

      R Studio

      Android Studio

      Anaconda Navigator

Subject Practice:

      Artificial Intelligence Lab

      Computer Network & Information Security Lab

      Compiler and Automata Lab

      Data Mining Lab

 

 viii.        Computer Lab 4

The Language Laboratories are becoming items better and better valued within educational institutions since the functions and possibilities they offer are much higher than the ones in the traditional teaching-learning system. Moreover it is necessary to distinguish between language laboratory, language method and control software. A method in a procedural that guides teachers when, in turn, control software is a computer programme that is used to control students' computers and to know what they are doing at all times. Instead, a language lab goes beyond, a language lab can integrate the method we want to use allowing further development of a large number of different activities in the classroom, the communication between teachers and students, using multimedia material, etc. taking into account at the same time the functions of control software. In this laboratory there are 20 computer systems .


The Hardware Specification of Available computers

     Intel(R)  i7-6700 cpu  @3.40GHz

     64-bit operating system ×64-Based processor.

     1 TB Hard Disk

     8 GB RAM

Technology:

A language laboratory has a specific technology that enables the interconnection, interaction and communication between the different positions that make up the lab.

Headset:

They should be designed to facilitate communication between the people who use the lab for the different activities that take place in it can be carried out successfully.

Server Room:

      WiJungle - Unified Network Security Gateway firewall

      Total 8 switches(24-ports)

      100 Mbps line


b)   Library

 

Presently, as per the register, the Library has 3665 books (textbooks, reference books, competitive exams related books and others). With 403 titles in two branches of engineering i.e. Electronics & Communication Engineering, and Computer Science Engineering, , at Undergraduate level.

 

Institute has also partnered with Coursera to provide free courses from top-rated institutes as a part of its COVID initiative. The subscription consists of various specializations & courses, all available free of cost for our students.

 

The library is spacious and divided into different sections to facilitate proper utilization of available resources. Library has been automated with I SLIM software and provides a good number of services like book search, reservation, renewal and account checking details through Web OPAC. All the available books and magazines are classified by DDC – 23nd edition, and enabled bar-coded circulation services. The library is making constant efforts to provide relevant resources to its users by using different technologies.

 

 

Following is the list of subscriptions for online resources.  

S. No.

Name of e-Resource

Access Details

 

URL Details

 

1

 

World E-Book Library

 

 

Three million primary sources in more than 320 different languages. In addition contemporary to journal collection it include scholarly journals and academic articles from every academic field of study

http://Community.WorldLibrary.In/?AffiliateKey=NDL-IA1779

2

 

South Asian Achieve

 

Extensive resources across humanities and social science

www.southasiaarchive.com

3

 

British Council Digital Library

 

 

100,000 eBooks from trusted publishers in all academic subject areas along with powerful research tools.

https://library.britishcouncil.org.in/cgi-bin/koha/opac-user.pl

 

 

Student Life at Institute:

Recreational and Extra Curricular Activities


Many congratulations to Tanmoy Modi and his team MMH from IIIT Pune for winning Final at Toycathon 2021.

Various recreational and extracurricular activities were organized at IIIT Pune during academic year 2018-2019.

Students of IIIT Pune participated in inter IIIT sports and Techno Cultural Meets which were organized at different IIITs.

Two Gold and Two Bronze medals ware earned in all India games and sports festival 'Spardha 2018' at IIIT BHU in Table Tennis, Chess, Carom and Athletics.

A team named “Calm Down It‟s Just Genjutsu” from Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Pune has secured 1st place at Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon 2019 (Software Edition) held on 2nd and 3rd March 2019 at National Institute of Technology (NIT) Warangal. The team had 6 students; Disha Dudhal, Devasish Mahato, Yogesh Karan, Shivam Dev Singh, Aravind Unnikrishanan, and Dhanashree Regavade and two mentors. A price money worth Rs. 1 Lakh was awarded to the team.

Also, Cricket Team of IIIT Pune participated in various cricket tournaments organized by Engineering colleges in Pune.

Financial Assistance:
Government Fee Reimbursement Schemes: 

Many State Governments have fee reimbursement schemes for SC, ST, OBC, EBC etc., IIIT Pune students, being funded by MHRD, are eligible for such schemes from their respective state government. 

Some of the information on financial support can be found below:

Government of Maharashtra:   https://mahadbtmahait.gov.in/
Government of Andhra Pradesh : https://jnanabhumi.ap.gov.in/  
Government of Telangana : https://telanganaepass.cgg.gov.in/  
Government of Jharkhand : https://ekalyan.cgg.gov.in/  
Government of Uttar Pradesh : http://scholarship.up.nic.in/  

Scholarship to Students in AY 2020-2021

The Institute follows the guideline issued by GOI to provide the Scholarship to students.  Various merit-cum-means and state scholarship scholarships are disbursed during the year 2020-21.

     3 students received Central Sector Scheme Scholarship for College and University Students.

     1 student received Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship for Professional and Technical Courses CS.

     4 students received Scholarships for Top Class Education for Students with Disability.

     19 students received the Central Sector Scholarship of Top Class Education for SC Students.

     10 students received the Central Sector Scholarship of Top Class Education for ST Students.

      21 students received the UP Dashmottar Scholarship for students belonging to Uttar Pradesh.

     69 students from Maharashtra received the MahaDBT Scholarship.

     3 students from Rajasthan received scholarship from Social Justice and Empowerment Department, Government of Rajasthan.

     1 student from Jammu and Kashmir received J&K Scholarship (PMSSS).

     23 students from Madhya Pradesh received MMVY Scholarship.

Training & Placement:

a)   Placement

IIIT Pune successfully culminated the placements drive for the 2021-2022 batch, setting the highest placement record, creating new strides in placements of the B.Tech students for yet another consecutive year.

As per the final placement report, the highlights of the placement drive could be seen with the top-notch companies like Nutanix , Media.net , Codenation and were offered with a highest package of 40 LPA to 30 LPA  respectively. In addition, while Robert Bosch and Texas Instruments picked few of the proficient engineers from the institute in the package of 17.2 Lakhs INR per annum, Paytm offered the annual package of about 16 Lakhs INR per annum to the IIIT Pune graduates. Meanwhile, Increff also emerged as one of the top paying recruiters offering about 16.5 Lakhs INR per annum to the students. Other prominent recruiters who gladly embraced the IIIT Pune graduates as their prospective employees were ZS Associates, Publicis Sapient and many more.

Indian Institute of Information Technology Pune (IIITP) successfully began the campus placements of Graduate Programme 2021-22 and the Post Graduate Programme in July securing 100% placements until now.

More than 60 recruiters participated in the IIIT Pune Placements in the session 2020-21, including Nvidia , Increff, Snowflake, Deloitte, Intuit, Infosys, ZS Associates, National Instruments,Chalo, Infoedge, o9 Solutions, Falconry  Persistent Systems, Instabase, LTI, Increff, Codenation, Xebia, TCS Digital, UBS, TCS Digital, Virtusa, Loginext and  many more.

Placement Statistics for Academic Year 2020-21


SI No.

Name of The Company

Package Offered

Eligibilty Criteria

 

 

 

10th Score

12th Score

Graduation Score(CGPA out of 10)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Nutanix

40 LPA

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

2

Instabse

31 LPA

70

70

6.5

3

Medianet

30 LPA

75

75

7.5

4

Codenation

29.5 LPA

70

70

6.5

5

Robert Bosch

18 LPA

70

70

7

6

Texas Instruments

17.2 LPA

70

70

7

7

Chalo

17 LPA

60

60

6

8

ZS Asoociates

13 LPA

60

60

6

9

Cimpress

13 LPA

70

70

7

10

Paytm   

16 LPA

60

60

6

11

Falconry

9.6 LPA

70

70

7

12

Pickrr

15 LPA

60

60

6

13

Publicis Sapient

12 LPA

65

65

6.5

14

Loginext

11 LPA

70

70

7

15

Nvidia

18 LPA

60

60

6

16

314e

13 LPA

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

17

Thyrillophillia

15 LPA

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

No eligibility criteria

18

Infoedge

12 LPA

70

70

7

19

Snowflake

10 LPA

60

60

6

20

Infosys

 8 LA

65

65

6.5

21

Deloitte

7.5  LPA

70

70

7

22

TCS Innovation Labs

9 LPA

70

70

7

23

FinIQ

15 LPA/11 LPA

60

60

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

** Eligible students are decided according to the Placement Policy at IIIT Pune.

 

 

Total number of students: 83

 

 

 

 

Number of students who participated: 80

 

 

 

 

 

Total placed- 70

 

 

 

 

 

Avg package- 17 LPA

 

 

 

 

 

Highest Package-40

 

 

 

 

 

Lowest package-7.5

 

 

 

 

 

Placement0/)- 100%


For more information visit: https://placements.iiitp.ac.in/placement8/index.html

 

 

 

 

Industry And Alumni Relations:
IIIT, Pune signed MOU‟s with following institutions to provide facility, knowledge and resource sharing.

1. IIT BHU
2. MNIT Jaipur
3. Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune
4. Robert Bosch Business and Engineering Solutions Pvt Ltd
5. Reliance Jio Platforms (In progress)

The Career Development and Corporate Relations Centre (CDCRC) of IIIT Pune hosted a webinar series for the students of final, pre-final and sophomore year of college to guide and mentor them with proper career advices and help them make appropriate decisions based on experience and knowledge of various experts from the industry. This webinar series started from 21st May and consisted of nine different webinars on various topics ranging from paradigm shift in the placement scenarios, start-up culture, digital India to ML, cyber security and placement strategies. On 30th May  (CDCRC) hosted the last webinar and marked an end to this webinar series which was only first one of its kind. Summary of Webinars are as follows: 

Industry oriented approach to learning: Held on 21st May, 2020 this webinar marked the beginning of the first webinar series by CDCRC, IIIT Pune.  Mr. Navin Williams was the invited speaker for this webinar.

Navigating Placements post Covid: The second webinar of this series was held on 22nd May and the invited speaker was Joshua David MD, Manager APAC at Hexaware. He is a skilled HR professional with broad experience in aspects of Talent Acquisition like - Recruitment (Lateral and University hiring), including front line hiring and vendor management.

Employability skills: The third webinar of this series was held on 23rd May with one of the experts of her field, Mr. Mandeep Bagchi. He is working with Tata Consultancy Services Ltd as a Campus Lead, Talent Acquisition Group. 

Industry in post lockdown: Held on 24th May, this webinar was about how the IT industry is coping up with the challenges posed by lockdown. The invited speaker, Prof. Om Prakash Shukla is the Principal at National Defence Academy.

Cyber security: The fifth webinar of this series, held on 25th May was led by  Mr. Aditya Vats. It was about the most trending domain in the IT industry, Cyber security.   

Recent technology Trends: The sixth webinar was hosted on the Recent technology trends with the IT experts at Persistent on 26th May.  

HR practices during pandemic: The seventh webinar of this series was presented by Archana Chintagunta, the lead HR at Recode solutions on 27th May, informing the attendees of the latest trends and recent changes in the HR Practices during COVID and what factors affect the most crucial stage of an interview.

Preparation of Placements during Covid: Held on 29th May, this webinar was about how the students should focus on the placement preparation and cope up with the challenges posed by lockdown. The invited speaker, Mr.  Swarnendu Halder the Lead- Talent Acquisition at Flock.  

Entrepreneurship avenues for the future: The ninth and the last webinar of  this series was presented by Mr. Umang Shukla on 30th May, informing the  attendees of the latest trends in the start-up culture and what factors affect or  govern the growth or decline of these start-ups.  

Cloud Introduction: Held on 23rd November, 2020 this webinar marked the beginning of the second webinar series by CDCRC, IIIT Pune. Mr. Tarun  Kansal was the invited speaker for this webinar. Webinar was organised to help students to look for better opportunities in cloud computing for jobs as well as further studies.  

Placement Strategies: The second webinar of this series was held on 24th November and the invited speaker was Shreya Sahu. She is a graduate from IIIT Gwalior from where she received her dual master‟s degree in computer science.   

Higher Education Opportunities in Germany & ECE Flyer:  The third webinar of this series was held on 25th November with one of the experts of her field, Niketa Dedhia. She is the Founder and Principal Consultant at the Exponent Consultancy Services (ECS), USA.   

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Held on 26th November, this webinar was about two of the most trending domains of today’s IT industry. The invited speaker, Mr. Pranav Sharma is a senior data scientist with more than fifteen years of experience in IT and is currently working with Warner Media. 

How to prepare for a job: The fifth webinar of this series, held on 30th November was led by Mr. Vaibhav Jain. It was about the preparations one is required to do to get ready for a job hunt while still being in college.  

Digital India & 5G Researches: The first day of the last month of 2020 hosted a webinar on Digital India and 5G Research with the very reputed Dr.  B M Baweja.  

Start Up Culture: The seventh and the last webinar of this series was  presented by Mr. Rajeev Shukla on 6th December, informing the attendees of  the latest trends in the start-up culture and what factors affect or govern the  growth or decline of these start-ups.

All these efforts on the part of students and faculty resulted in a very good placement. The bar graph shows the increase in the companies who visited this year in comparison to previous year, whereas the Pie Charts  show the company wise placement of different batches in IIIT Pune

Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

a)   Student Training Programme(STP)

The Student training programme has been organized by Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU) Bhilai in association with IIIT Pune under the third phase of Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP-III) during 14th September – 30th October 2020 and 4th March- 29th March 2021. Student Training Programme (conducted online) was designed to be generic in nature for satisfying the needs of students and research scholars of Computer Science and Engineering(CSE), and Electronics and Communication Engineering(ECE) of various Engineering Colleges affiliated to CSVTU Bhilai), to increase their programming skills and analysis capabilities. 

The following courses were conducted in two STP series:

First Series   

      Machine Learning

      Database Management System

      Android Application Development Programming

      Python Programing

      Java Programing

      Theory of Computation

      Information Retrieval

     VLSI Design

      Internet of Things

      Advanced Database Management System

      Robotics and control

      Deep Learning

      Foundations of Artificial Intelligence

 

Second Series

      Big Data Analytics

      Swarm Intelligence

      Advance Wireless Communication

      Digital System Design

      IoT Security

      Soft Computing with MATLAB(MATrix LABoratory.) Environment

      Deep Learning

      Cloud Architecture and Computing

The faculty members of Indian Institute of Information Technology Pune were the resource speakers for the programme. Around 276 participants, including faculties, PG students and Research scholars from different CSVTU approved institutions and members from industry had participated. The programme was coordinated by Dr Rahul Dixit, and Dr. Sandeep Mishra, Assistant Professors, IIIT Pune.

b)   Activities at Innovation & Incubation Cell (IIC) 

Institute organized a 5 hours hands-on session for the students on Applied Machine Learning with Python scheduled on 24th Oct 2020. Prototype submission from students on themes such IoT based technologies (e.g. Security & Surveillance systems, ICT, cyber-physical systems, Blockchain, Cognitive computing, Cloud computing, AI & ML etc.

For the implementation of NISP 2019, the Institute developed a roadmap that included the following points:

      Formation of Innovation and Incubation Cell and registration of the same at MoE Innovation Cell (MIC) portal

      Formation of E-Cell and I-Cell

      Faculty nomination by IIIT Pune for NISP implementation

      Creation of Section-8 company at Institute level

c)   Ideathon 2k21

 

               IDEATHON was the first-ever flagship event hosted by the Entrepreneurship Cell of the institute, from 7th to 21st February 2021. It was for the first time that an entrepreneurship promoting event was hosted by the institute club. IDEATHON provided a platform for students across the globe to showcase their ideas and get them evaluated by an experienced jury. The main objective of the event was to promote technical and rational thinking among the students.


The registrations commenced on 7th February 2021 on an online hackathon platform -DevFolio and the portal was open till 14th February 2021 where the participants could take part in a team of 1-4 members. The event was divided into two rounds where participants submitted the problem they are addressing and an idea to solve it in the first round. The submissions of the first round were deeply evaluated by the jury members which consisted of:-

1. Mr. Pranveer Sengar - Director - IT, FM Logistics, Pune

2. Dr. Bhupendra Singh - Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune

3. Ms. Yesoda Bhargava - Teaching Assistant, IIIT Pune

 

The event witnessed tremendous interest from students across the globe. With over 500 applicants from over 130 colleges (including 30+ IITs, NITs and IIITs) in over 150 cities across 4 countries (viz. India, Malaysia, Nepal and Indonesia). Since the theme was open, the ideas ranged over various domains including a vaccine storage container, automatic cereal dispenser, online platform to educate about several diseases, and others.

d)   Startup

Umang Kalra, Final Year CSE student and his team has founded a startup in December 2020, which developed aerial robotics and automation and IoT systems in various disciplines. It has been incubated at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), Jammu and will be sponsored by the Government of India under Remunerative Approaches for Agriculture and Allied Sectors Rejuvenation (RAFTAAR) scheme.


e)   Silk Route Quiz

The Entrepreneurship Cell of the institute hosted the Silk Route Quiz, an entrepreneurship-based quiz, from 19th to 21th March 2021 on Dare2Compete. The event was organized to spread awareness among students about the basics of finance and startups. Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune was the Faculty  Coordinator.

 

The event saw tremendous participation of over 400 students from more than 170 colleges and organizations across the country. Also, the quiz page on Dare2Compete had over 95000 views which was a huge success.

The results were declared on March 21th, 2021 after the All India Finals Round. Akash Verma (IIM Shillong) won the first prize and  a cash reward of 7000. Aditya Singh and Sharat Chandar won the second and third prize with cash rewards of 5000 and 3000 respectively.


f)    InfInITy 2k20

It is the institute's flagship coding contest hosted every year on CodeChef. A three-hour coding session with ACM style scoring. InfInITy started in 2017. The recent edition of the event (A Rated Contest) was held on 4th Nov 2020 with 2229 international participants and 12000+ submissions. Students from some of the renowned Universities of the world participated. The event catered challenging algorithmic and logical programming problems for the users to solve in a limited time of 2.5 hrs and battle for the prize pool of INR 15,000.

Link: https://www.codechef.com/INFY20 Total Number of Participants : 2229, Event Admin : Darshan Lokhande, Problem Setters and testers : Abhishek Jugdar, Yashodhan Agnihotri, Nishit Sharma, Aman Singhal, Prerit Jha, Web Development Team : Rohan Lekhwani, Jayesh Bhole, Rakshit Jain, Mukhrit Gupta

g)   75th Anniversary of Independence

Prime Minister of India, Shree Narendra Modi on 12th March 2021 inaugurated 'Azaadi ka Amrit Mahotsav' in Ahmedabad to mark 75 years of India's Independence. The Mahotsav is a series of events to be organised by the government to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence. Prime minister also launched various other cultural and digital initiatives for the India@75 celebrations. In this context EBSB Club of IIIT Pune in association with EBSB Club of IIIT Trichy organized two online expert lectures on 12th March,, 2021. More than 130 students and teachers from IIIT Pune and IIIT Trichy attended the event online. The speaker invited by IIIT Trichy was Prof. R. Gururaj, Associate Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, NIT Trichy who delivered a lecture on the theme entitled:- “Unity of Purpose”.

 

Mr. Shirish Shridhar Apte, Career Counsellor,  Pune was the speaker for the event. He delivered his speech on the theme entitled:- “United We Stand & Divided We Fall”. Dr. Chandrakant  Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune was the event coordinator.


Dr. Chandrakant Guled and Dr. Bhupendra Singh, Assistant Professors of IIIT Pune were the event coordinators.

h)   Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB): EBSB Club Activity was held under the programme “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB)” by MHRD in IIIT Pune on 27th May 2020 online. In this event students were taught words and sentences used in day to day conversations in the Tamil language (Paired State Language), a Tamil conversational act was presented and later explained in English.

i)    400th  Prakash Purab Samaroh

EBSB Club of IIIT Pune in association with EBSB Club of IIIT Trichy organized an online essay writing competition on 31th March 2021 on the Biography of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. Top three essays won a cash reward of 1,500, 1,000 and 700 respectively.  More than 53 students and teachers from IIIT Pune and IIIT Trichy attended the event online. 

Dr. Chandrakant Guled and Dr. Bhupendra Singh, Assistant Professors of IIIT Pune were the event coordinators.

 

j)    Other Events organized by the Students

The following events were organized by the students:

      Code Chronicles 1.0: IIIT Pune's 𝐁𝐢𝐓 𝐋𝐞𝐠𝐢𝐨𝐧, along with IIIT Bhopal's 𝐂𝐨𝐝𝐚𝐦𝐞, organized 𝐂𝐨𝐝𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐜𝐥𝐞𝐬𝟏.𝟎, the first of its kind unique coding event organised by 2 IIIT's in collaboration with each other on 19th June, 2020.

      Project Sahara (Virtual COVID Fundraising Event, Amount Raised - Rs 38,100) website - https://projectsahara2020.github.io/

      Online Fundraising Campaign organized by the student’s body of IIIT Pune, during the Covid-19 pandemic in the Month of April and May 2020. Online events, quizzes and games were organized for the same and the registration amount collected was transferred to the PM Cares Fund. Various webinars were also organized during this period that included talks of doctors and  NGO’s involved in the fight against COVID 19

 

Celebration of Important National Events

a)   Yoga Day

International Yoga Day was observed on 21st June 2020 by arranging a motivational session and demonstration of Yoga by Mr Gaurav Jain, Founder trustee of Vinyas Yoga Studio, Gwalior. Faculties, Students and staff attended the online session and practiced various yoga postures.

b)   Constitution Day

Constitution day (Samvidhan Divas) was celebrated on 26th November 2020 to honor the adoption of the Constitution of India on 26th November 1949. The Director, Faculty, and Staff took the pledge and read the preamble of the constitution.

 

c)   Independence Day

The institute celebrated the flag hoisting ceremony on Independence Day with Trinity Academy of Engineering College in 2020.

d)   Republic Day
The Institute celebrated the flag hoisting on Republic Day at the campus.

 

e)   Hindi Pakhwada

Hindi Pakhwada was organized from 14th to 28th September 2020. The programme started with a painting competition. Various competitions were organized for the students in collaboration with Hindi Samiti, whose names are as follows along with their organizer:

The organization of these various competitions gives a new direction to the promotion of the state language. Hindi Pakhwada was made very popular due to the enthusiastic participation of the students in all the competitions. In Hindi Pakhwada, more than 50 students participated in various competitions. The faculties in Hindi cell Prof. Ritu Tiwari, Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Dr. Bhupendra Singh, Dr. Rahul Dixit, and Dr. Anagha Khiste supervised the events.

f)    National Youth Day

National Youth Day was observed on 12thJanuary, 2021 by organizing a motivational lecture online for faculties and students on the theme entitled:- “The Message of Vivekananda to Youth”. Webinar focused on Swami Vivekananda’s great journey; his work towards the Nation and society; and his message to the youth to be a good citizen of India.

Prof. Varadraj Bapat, Professor, Finance and Accounts, IIT Bombay was the speaker for the event. Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune was the event coordinator.

 

g)   Parakram Diwas

Parakram Diwas was celebrated on 23rd January, 2021 by organizing a motivational lecture online for faculty and students on the theme entitled:- “Dedicated to the Nation: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose”. Webinar focused on Netaji's historical journey, his work for the Nation and society and learnings from Netaji as a student.

 

Shri. Shrikant Joshi, History Convener, Demos Humanities & Research Foundation, Pune was the speaker for the event. Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune was the event coordinator.

  

h)  International Mother Tongue Day

International Mother Tongue Day was observed on 21st February, 2021. The institute organized a motivational lecture online for faculties and students on the theme entitled:- “Mother Tongue & Culture”. Webinar focused on the importance of Mother Tongue in a person’s growth. Mother tongue is also crucial in enhancing critical thinking, skills to learn a second language and literacy skills. Dr. Prashant Sathe, Professor, BMCC College, Pune was the speaker for the event. Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune was the event coordinator.

 

On February 22, 2021, a Poetry Competition was organized to celebrate International Mother Tongue Day. Prof. Om Vikas, Ex-Director ABV-IIITM was the chief guest on the second day of International Mother Tongue Day celebrations. Prof. Om Vikas, in his talk, explored points such as the importance of meditation, how students can contribute to nation building. Students were made aware about the personal lives of many research scientists who were successful in their lives.

A poetry competition was held. Top 20 poems were selected and among those, top 3 poems were awarded.

 

i)    International Women’s Day

Institute celebrated International Women's Day on 8th March, 2021 by organizing an online motivational lecture on the theme entitled:- “Awakened Women's Power”. Women’s empowerment is the most crucial for the overall development of a country. Mrs. Bageshree Manthalkar of Surajya Sawarngin Vikas Prakalp, Pune was the speaker for the event. Dr. Chandrakant Guled, Assistant Professor, IIIT Pune and Ms. Yasoda Bhargava, were the event coordinators.

   

j) Relief to COVID-19 affected people

    Two programmes were launched by the institute

     Job for Migrant and Local Workers:

The institute provides jobs to the migrant and local workers even during the time of the pandemic with safe shelters for them. We are also ensuring social distance and all safe practices to be followed by the workers. They are working for the building construction of the campus at Nanoli, Pune.

     Help to Underprivileged Areas:

Our faculty and staff members are actively donating food packets to the poor in the underprivileged areas and needy in the ongoing pandemic. They are also educating the public on how to effectively prevent the spread of the virus.

     Donation to the PM Cares Fund

Staff and faculty members of the institute donated two days' salary. Rs.1,51,051 was collected and donated to PM Cares fund to fight against COVID 19.

 

Location and Accessibility:

How to reach Indian Institute of Information Technology, Pune

rail
Railway

Pune Railway Station - 15km

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Bus

Katraj Bus Stand - 8.4km

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Air

Pune Airport - 21km

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Road

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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
321 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 67 4 17 1 25 1 12 1 45 2 175
175 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
321 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 18 1 5 0 8 0 4 0 13 1 50
50 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 85 5 0 0 33 1 16 1 58 3 225
225 0

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