Type of the institute: Indian Institute of Information Technology
Complete Mailing Address: Transit Campus at 2nd Floor, Trinity Academy of Engineering Building, Near Bopdev Ghat, Kondhwa Annexe, Yewalewadi, Pune-411048
Contact Person For Admission: Dr. Tanmoy Hazra
Designation: Assistant Professor
Email: tanmoyhazra316@gmail.com
Alternate Email: bhupi.pal08@gmail.com
Phone Nos: 02025507000
Fax No: 02025507224
Mobile No.: 9975727016
About the Institute:

To address the challenges faced by the Indian IT industry and growth of the domestic IT market, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India intends to establish 20 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIIT), on a Not-for-profit Public Private Partnership (N-PPP) basis. The partners in setting up IllTPune are Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Governments of Maharashtra alongwith ROLTA India Ltd. and HUBTOWN Ltd., the industry partners.

Fee Structure:

Indian Institute of Information Technology Pune

Fee Structure 2019-20

Sr. No.


F. Y. B. Tech.


Tuition Fee



Development Fee



Other Fee






Training & Placement















Sub Total



College Fee



C.M.D. (Refundable)



Student Aid Fund



Examination Fee



Identity Card



Student Medical Insurance



Sub Total



Alumni Association Life Membership Fee



Total College Fee(For 2019-20)



Hostel Fee – INR



Hostel Fee – NRI



Hostel Deposit – INR/NRI



For the academic year 2019-20

Academic Structure:

Academic Structure

Courses offered and Intake for each course at IIIT Pune

Computer Engineering and Science (CSE): 150

Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE): 75

M.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering : 20

M.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering :20

B. Tech. Admission Brochure 2019 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

The Senate considered the agenda and recommended the following rules to be followed for change of branch for undergraduate (B.Tech.) Programme.

1.     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 only be eligible for making application for a change of branch.

2.     There shall be a maximum number of only two students admitted in any discipline in the third semester through the branch change rule.

3.     Intending students eligible for change of branch shall apply for the same to the Office of Academic Affairs of the College before the closing date notified at the beginning of odd semester of each academic year.

4.     Such students shall be required to indicate up to three branches, in order of preference to which they wish to change over, as the change shall be strictly based on their merit, subject to availability of vacancies.

5.     The change of branch shall be permitted purely on inter-se merit of all the eligible applicants. The CGPA of students at the end of the second semester shall be considered for rank ordering of the applicants seeking change of branch and in the case of a tie, the JEE (mains) ranks shall also be considered.

 6.     All the changes of branch permitted for intending students as per the above clauses shall be effective from their third semester only and no further change of branch shall be permitted after this. All the changes of branch permitted at this stage shall be final and binding on the student.    

Management and faculty at IIIT Pune

Director: Prof. Anupam Shukla

Registrar: Prof. S. N. Sapali

Faculty In-Charge Academics: Dr. Ranjith Nair

Teaching Faculty:

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

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

Dr. Darshan Vishwasrao Medhane  - Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Renu Kachhoria -  Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering

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

Dr. Pankaj Sharma -  Assistant Professor in Electronics & Communication Engineering

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

Dr. Sandeep Kumar Singh - Assistant Professor in Electronics & Communication Engineering

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

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

Dr. Mayur Parate - Assistant Professor in Electronics & Communication Engineering

Dr. Parul Sahare - Assistant Professor in Electronics & Communication Engineering

To know more about faculty visit http://iiitp.ac.in/faculty.html
The hostel at IIITP is equipped with spacious rooms, internet wifi, and other everyday things required by student. IIITP provides gyms and indoor sports facilities like Table Tennis, Chess and Carrom and outdoor sports like Badminton, Cricket, Volleyball, Kabaddi etc. The music club is equipped with Musical instruments for live performances and melodious ambiance.

Canteen at IIITP serving Indian food, the students mess committee along with the faculty in-charge plans the menu for the canteen and inspect for the quality and cleanliness time to time. Alongside this, the campus has 2 private canteens at different locations around campus.

Student Clubs
Coding Club: 'Cypher': It creates a platform which allows students to gain assistance and mentorship to enhance their coding ability. The aim is to propagate enthusiasm for coding in the institute. The club believes that every student here should have an opportunity to groom their coding skills and develop a passion for prime coding. The club promotes participation in international coding competitions such as Google Summer of Code and ACM-ICPC.

'WirkHive': It is impossible to think of utilizing the entire resources of the World Wide Web or moving any establishments online. As a result, IIIT Pune has nurtured “WirkHive”, a web- development club, which also gives an insight on Graphic Designing, Template Innovation, Advanced Photography and Content Creation, Copyrighting and SEO to the students.

Robotics Club
Robotics Society is one of the marquee student clubs of IIIT Pune. Being an Information Technology focused institution, it creates a platform for doing something out of the academic spectra, creating something mechanical and something that has a significant physical presence.
Sports Club: Sports play an integral role in the overall development of an individual and is the best source of recreation to a student. With these principles at its crux, the institute has developed excellent atmosphere for competitive sports such as Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, Table-Tennis, Carrom, Chess, Kabaddi, etc. Sports teams from our college have represented the institute in various reputed colleges including IIT-BHU, CoEP Pune, IIIT Kancheepuram, etc.

Literature Club: 'ECLECTIC'
The literary club of IIITP is the most dynamic clubs of the institute. Engineering industry, over time, has evolved to make it essential to be skilled in communication and not just technical knowledge. ECLECTIC creates intellectual and communicative engineers having ability to present a cause.
Music Club: „SAAZ': It is the versatile music club of IIIT Pune. As they say, “that which can‟t be spoken written or communicated through facial expression is sung”. Music is communication and such divine network of communication is one to be conserved and the music club here at IIIT Pune thrives at it.

Drama Club: 'Dramatics'
The Dramatics Society ignites the spark of interest of the budding technocrats in the cult of Drama, and the focus isn‟t just the play on-stage, its about the message that we want the crowd to embrace. No form of Impression is more powerful than Drama.

Dance Club
“To touch, to move, to inspire is the true gift of Dance”, said the mighty pen of Aubrey Lynch. . With ranges of Dance from Bollywood to Hip-Hop, from Kathak to Salsa, and from Contemporary to Waltz, we at the Dance Club help everyone climb-up the ladder.
Student Life at Institute:

Recreational and Extra Curricular Activities

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/  

Training & Placement:

Internships provide students with an opportunity to get insight into the real world problems of the corporate industrial world. We are driven towards offering our students the best platforms to explore and allow them to test their skills in the outside world by providing flexible time internships in industries, research centres and academic institutions of repute. Numerous firms and organization recruit our students to train them and be a part of a community that believes in building up the future. For the development of the technological society, the Institute is open for synergic association with corporate firms, research universities and social organizations. The details of few students who got paid internship in Industries/Organizations are given below:

Intership type                                                            Number/stipend
Paid Internships (in Bosch, TCS, ezDI etc.)                      17
Unpaid Internships                                                          09
Academic Internships (in Institute of national repute)          31
Highest stipend (per month for paid internship)                  30,000
Average stipend (per month for paid internship)                  16,000
Total                                                                               57
Industry And Alumni Relations:
IIIT, Pune signed MOU‟s with following institutions to provide facility, knowledge and resource sharing.
2. MNIT Jaipur
3. Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune

Along with these institutes, IIIT, Pune provides opportunities to perform timely lenient (flexible duration) internships in various industries and institute of repute. Following is the list of Industries and Institutes where students are selected for internship;
1. IIT Kanpur
2. IIIT Allahabad
3. NIT Kurukshetra
4. IIT Kharangpur
5. IIITM Gwalior
6. NIT Surathkal
8. IIITDM Jabalpur
9. NIT Trichy
10. NIT Bhopal
11. NIT Raipur
12. NIT Allahabad
Recreational/Extra Curricular activities:

Activities carried out at IIIT Pune


Independence Day: IIIT Pune celebrated flag hoisting ceremony on Independence Day with Siddhant College. The students of IIIT Pune organized cultural events such as dance, patriotic song, recitation and speech as a tribute to the sacrifice of martyrs and freedom fighters of India. 

Gandhi Jayanti: IIIT Pune celebrated Gandhi Jayanti for a week and aimed to influence the students and staffs with the philosophy of Gandhi. Various activities such as food activity, group discussion, sightseeing, drama and songs, guest lecture on Gandhian philosophy were carried out by the students and staffs of IIIT Pune. Dr. Nilofar Nadaf, Dr. S. P. Gudi and Ms. Ruksheen Vajifdar were coordinators of the whole event.

Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Birth Anniversary: IIIT Pune celebrated the birth anniversary of Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam on 15th October 2018. Various activities were conducted and the coordinator of the events were Dr. S. P. Gudi.

Hindi Diwas: Under the directives given by MHRD, Hindi Pakhwadawas organised from 1st September 2018 to 14th September 2018 by the Hindi Cell of Indian Institute of Information Technology, Pune. The Pakhwada celebration was named as “Aaroh” which means “one which keeps increasing”. IIIT,Pune dedicated this Pakhwada to our beloved former PM and Bharat Ratna Late. Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Following activities were carried out under “Aaroh” Hindi Pakhwada: Signature of faculty members in Hindi, Photography and Hindi caption competition(Chavi), Hindi Quiz competition(Spardha), Hindi Speech competition(Bhashan), Poster making(Theme – Poems of Shri. Atalji), Sketch making(Theme-Shri. Atalji), Hindi self-composed poem competition (Swarachit), Cut and paste poster making competition(Bhittpatra), Hindi Treasure Hunt (Paheli), Hindi Nibandh competition (Nibandh), Hindi Vaadvivad competition. The institute distributed prizes to the students and staffs on the last day based on their positions. Dr. Sandeep Singh was the coordinator of the event.

National Unity Day: IIIT Pune celebrated the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas– Birth anniversary of Sardar Vallbh bhai Patel by organizing following events, Pledge taking ceremony, Inter-departmental competitions, Essay Writing and Poem, Speech Contests, Drama, Unity Run etc.

Central Vigilance Week: Vigilance awareness week-2018 was observed in Indian Institute of Information Technology Pune from 29th October to 3rd November 2018 with the theme “Eradicate Corruption- Build a New India” The main objective to observe Vigilance Awareness week was to bring social awareness amongst students, faculty and staff members is to make aware the obligations of individuals in eradicating corruption. During the Vigilance Awareness Week-2018 various activities were organized starting from pledge taking ceremony to conducting group discussion, essay writing competition and Poster Making Competition among institute students and faculty members. 

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat: As per the directives of MHRD, IIIT Pune took various initiatives for Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat. Various events were conducted with an aim to the Unity in Diversity of our Nation and to maintain and strengthen the fabric of traditionally existing emotional bonds between the people of our Country; to promote the spirit of national integration through a deep and structured engagement between all Indian States and Union Territories through a year-long planned engagement between States; to showcase the rich heritage and culture, customs and traditions of either State for enabling people to understand and appreciate the diversity that is India, thus fostering a sense of common identity; to establish long-term engagements and to create an environment which promotes learning between States by sharing best practices and experiences. Dr. Nilofar Nadaf, Dr. Sandeep Mishra, Dr. S. P. Gudi and Dr. Ranjith Nair were the coordinators of the event.


Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti: IIIT Pune celebrated Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti on 23rd January, 2019 with an aim to remember and salute his sacrifice to achieve the freedom of the nation. Various cultural events were organized by the students. Dr. Sandeep Mishra was the coordinator of the event.


Vivekananda Jayanti: IIIT Pune celebrated the birthday of Swami Vivekananda as youth day. The life, philosophy and speeches of Swami Vivekananda were spreaded through various events. The students were motivated by inspirational speeches of Swami Vivekananda.


Volleyball League: IIIT Pune organized a Intra-college Volleyball League at IIIT Pune. The students of IIIT Pune showed their energy and enthusiasm during the league. Dr. Bhupendra Singh was the coordinator of the event. The prize was distributed to the winning team at the end of the event.

Traditional Day: IIIT Pune organized traditional day on 8th March, 2019. The students and staffs participated in various events such as dance, singing, fashion show etc. The students showcased their talents and passion on the day and their hard works were reflected in the event. Dr. S. P. Gudi was coordinator of the event.






Winner in Smart India Hackathon 2019: A team of six students participated in Smart India Hackathon held in 2nd & 3rd March, 2019 in NIT Warangal. The team from IIIT Pune secured the first position in the national competition and earned a prize of Rs. 1 lakh. Dr. Bhupedra Singh from IIIT Pune and Ms. Yesoda Bhargava were mentors of the team. The news was covered by multiple newspapers.

Co-organizer of ICPC 2018: IIIT Pune organized Inter-college Programming Competition on 17th & 18th December, 2018 with its co-organizer IIIT Gwalior. More than fifty teams from premiere institutes across the country participated in the competition. 

Gold Medal at SPARDHA 2018 at IIT-BHU: A student from IIIT Pune secured first position in category of sprint in SPARDHA held at IIT-BHU. SPARDHA is a big sports event. Dr. Bhupendra Singh was the coordinator of the event.

MoU with premier institutes of India: IIIT Pune has successfully done the memorandum of understanding with premiere institutes like DIAT Pune, IIT-BHU, NIT Jaipur. The students and staffs of IIIT Pune can access various facilities of the institute and start collaborative research and training programmes.

Organizing Short-term Training Programme: IIIT Pune organized a short-term training programme for students, faculties and industry persons from 8th – 12th December, 2018. People from various states of India participated in the event. The response from the participants was tremendous. Dr. Sandeep Kumar Singh and Dr. Nagendra Kushwaha were coordinators of the event. 

Organizing Faculty Development Programme: IIIT Pune organized a faculty development programme for faculties and industry persons from 20th – 24th December, 2018. People from various states of India participated in the event. The response from the participants was tremendous. Dr. Tanmoy Hazra and Dr. Ranjith Nair were coordinators of the event.

Development of Research Centers: IIIT Pune has set up three research centers: Center for Indian Languages and Computational Intelligence, Center for Robotics and IoT and Center for VLSI design and nanotechnology. Faculty members are assigned in various research centers. Different activities have been started by the research centers such as writing project proposals, conducting FDPs and STPs, collaborative research etc. Dr. Sandeep Singh and Dr. Sandeep Mishra are coordinators of the research and consultancy cell.

Setting up of National Resource Center: IIIT Pune is a national resource center for Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering. IIIT Pune already developed two lecture series by Dr. Joudip Dhar, IIIT Gwalior and Dr. Laxmidhar Behra, IIT Kanpur.

Student Internships in MNCs: Second and Third year students have got summer internships in various multinational companies and premiere institutes such as TCS Innovation Lab, edZed, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIIT Gwalior etc.

Publication by faculty members: Faculty members from IIIT Pune published research papers in reputed journals and conferences associated with IIIT Pune.

GeM Implementation: IIIT Pune has successfully implemented GeM for purchasing various products for the institute. The purchasing process becomes easier.



Invited Talks and Training Programmes


Dr. B. K. Murthy, Scientist ‘G’ DEIT came for an invited talk on Big Data Analytics: Case Studies on 17.10.2018. It was an informative and interesting talk. Students gained knowledge in this field and were very satisfied.

Dr. Mrinal Pandey, Assistant Professor in Manav Rachna University came for an invited talk on Machine Learning on 17.10.2018. She explained from the fundamentals of machine learning to its various applications. She also discussed various research problems where machine learning can be applied.

Dr. Shekhar Bhansali, Professor Florida International University USA came for an invited talk on Latest Trends in Nanotechnology on 1.11.2018. He is the department chair of Computer and Electrical department in the university. The talk was very influential and the students understood the importance and several applications of nanotechnology in Computer Science. 

Mr. K. K. Pathak came for an invited talk on Positive Work Environment- Role of Self on 5.10.2018. He discussed the positive attitude and energetic mind can determine the growth of an organization. Each person should ensure the growth of the organization.

Dr. A. K. Tripathy, Dean, IIT-BHU came for an invited talk on Software: Its Science, Engineering and Technology on 13.11.2018. He briefly discussed the impact of software in the field of science, engineering and technology in today’s world.

Dr. Swagatam Das, Associate Professor in Electronics department at ISI Kolkata, came in two phases for invited talks at IIIT Pune. He delivered a talk on Doing quality research and getting published in top tier journals- some tips to achieve the dream on 29.01.2019. The talk was very informative and helped faculties and students how to write research paper for top-tier journals. He also discussed various top-tier journals in various fields. He presented his second talk on Introduction to Deep Learning on 14.02.2019. He discussed fundamentals of deep learning and its various real world applications. Students were motivated to work in this area.

Dr. Debasish Ghose, Professor in Aerspace Engineering department at IISc Bangalore, came for an invited talk on Autonomous UAV Swarms on 20.12.2018. He discussed various computer algorithms that help UAV swarm during missions.

Dr. Umesh Ghanekar, Professor in Electronics and Communication engineering department at NIT Kurukshetra, came for an invited talk on Image Processing on 20.12.2018. The talk was informative and interesting.  

Dr. Phalguni Gupta, Director NITTTR Kolkata, came for an invited talk on Advanced Topics in Data Structure on 2.11.2019. He delivered fundamental and advanced topics of data structure and their various applications in real world.

Dr. A. K. Singh, Professor in Computer Science and Engineering department at NIT Kurukshetra, was invited for a five days lecture series on Computer Organization and Architecture for second year CSE and third year ECE students held on 10.12.2018 to 14.12.2018.

Dr. B. B. Gupta, Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering department at NIT Kurukshetra, was invited for a five days lecture series on Information Security for third year CSE students held on 10.12.2018 to 14.12.2018.

Dr. S. D. Sapre, a retired Professor from Electronics and Communication Engineering department NIT Bhopal, came for an invited talk on Science and Technology in Ancient and Modern India on 25.02.2019. He discussed various achievements in science and technology in ancient and modern India. He also mentioned in his talk that citizens must appreciate and glorify the achievements of the nation. It was kind of an interactive session and students were motivated to work for the country.

Dr. L. C. Jain, Professor at University of Technology Sydney, Australia, came for an invited talk on Intelligent Data Processing and Practical Applications in Security on 03.02.2019. He discussed about data processing approaches and its various applications in real world such as defence scenarios.

Dr. Joydip Dhar, Professor at IIITM Gwalior, was invited for a lecture series on Data Mining and Warehousing for third year CSE students held on 27.01.2019 to 31.01.2019 and 01.04.2019 to 03.04.2019. He delivered a total of thirty six hours lecture in two phases. The sessions were interactive and the response of the students was tremendous.

Mr. Anuj Mehra, senior software engineer from Magicbricks Bangalore, was invited for an invited talk on Data Science and Industry Applications on 02.02.2019. He discussed fundamentals of data science and various industrial case studies of data science applications. The students realized the requirement of industries.

Ms. Yesoda Bhargava, research scientist, Samsung Research Lab, came for a lecture series on Innovation held on 06.10.2018 to 07.10.2018. She conducted almost more than twelve hours session on the topic. The sessions included theoretical and practical aspects of innovations. The response of the students was tremendous.

Dr. Vipul Arora, Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering department at IIT Kanpur was invited for a lecture series on Machine Learning & Its Applications held on 02.02.2019 and 03.02.2019. He discussed mathematical foundations of machine learning and its applications such as speech recognition, recommendation system etc.

Dr. Nilesh Ware, Assistant Professor in Technology Management department at DIAT Pune, was invited for a lecture series on Engineering Ethics and Management on 2.12.2018. He discussed various aspects of engineering ethics and managerial aspects in engineering.

Mr. C. P. Rathore, senior software engineer at Oracle Bangalore, was invited for a lecture series on Software Engineering for third year CSE students held on 16.02.2019 to 20.02.2019 and 29. 03.2019 to 31.03.2019. He delivered a total session of thirty four hours on the topic. He discussed methodologies and recent trends of software engineering followed by industries. 

Mr. Apritam Chowdhary, a JAVA trainer from Kolkata, was invited for JAVA training Programme for second year CSE students. He conducted a ten days training programme at IIIT Pune. Students were benfited by the training programme.

Mr. Sutirtha Vardhan, a soft skill trainer from Kolkata, was invited for a Soft Skill Training Programme for second and third year students. He conducted the sessions for almost ten days. Students realized their deficiencies and improved their skills.

Mr. Anuj & Mr. Anup from CodeChef, were invited for an invited talk for the students regarding coding proficiency and coding competitions. Students learnt several in coding and how to improve coding skills.



Academic Programwise Seats breakup:
Institute CodeProgram CodeAcademic Program NameState/All India SeatsSeat PoolOPENOPEN-PwDGEN-EWSGEN-EWS-PwDSCSC-PwDSTST-PwDOBC-NCLOBC-NCL-PwDTotal(includes Female Supernumerary)
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
321 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 58 3 14 1 21 1 10 1 39 2 150
150 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 28 2 8 0 10 1 6 0 19 1 75
75 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 86 5 0 0 31 2 16 1 58 3 225
225 0