Admission into M.Tech. Programme
IIT Bhubaneswar invites applications for admission into M. Tech. Programme for the year 2016-17 in the following specializations:
Climate Science & Technology:
This programme offers opportunity to the student to learn about dynamics of atmosphere, ocean and their interaction, dynamic and synoptic meteorology, quality control, processing and assimilation of oceanic and atmospheric data sets, modelling of oceanic and atmospheric processes and their prediction, remote sensing data and GIS applications, climate variability and global warming, global and regional climate models, impact of climate change, climate risk and vulnerability assessment, instrumentation and observation systems, marine pollution and coastal zone management, glaciology and paleoclimate, downscaling approaches (statistical and dynamical), etc. In addition, a bridge course enables the student to understand about earth and its interior.
This master’s programme envisages to create high quality professionals with strong research capability. Through this programme the students will be exposed to the state of the art research in the areas of structural mechanics, structural analysis, structural dynamics, concrete technology, soil-structure interaction, etc. The programme also offers the students to learn about earthquake engineering and seismic design of structures. This programme has a set of elective courses, which are relevant to the part of the structural engineering education and research. The students can also take inter-disciplinary subjects of their choice from a broad spectrum of electives offered by other departments of IIT Bhubaneswar.
The programme will impart training on cutting-edge research and development activities for solving various pressing problems and challenges. The transportation engineering division will primarily be engaged in producing highly skilled human resources, who can cater to the country’s steepest needs to handle various complex issues relating to sustainable transportation solutions. The division will focus issues and problems relating to urban transportation planning, land-use and transportation interactive modelling, traffic flow theory and modelling, traffic engineering, highway materials, pavement engineering and management, rural/low-volume roads, geometric design of transportation facilities and road safety, public transportation system, transportation economics, environmental impact assessment of transportation facilities, intelligent transportation system etc. Besides, it will also be engaged in addressing issues pertaining to transportation related policy and behaviour of all of its stake-holders.
Electronics & Communication Engineering:
The program focuses on teaching and research to provide students state-of-the-art insight into major areas of Electronics, Communications and Signal Processing, Microelectronics and Semiconductor Devices, and Computing Techniques and Systems.
Power System Engineering:
The program focuses on teaching and research in the areas of power system analysis, operation, control and optimization, power system protection, wide area monitoring and power system automation, flexible AC and HVDC transmission system, power system restructuring, power electronics and its applications to power system, power quality, renewable and distributed energy systems, micro grid and smart grid systems.
Materials Science and Engineering:
This program focuses on beneficiation and processing of minerals, metal melting casting and heat treatment, steel alloys, important alloys of Al, Mg and Ti etc., superalloys, nanomaterials, precious metals and gemstones, ceramic materials, refractory materials, composite materials, bio-materials, rare earth elements: production and applications, granular materials, structure of materials, mechanical thermal optical electronic and magnetic properties of materials, structure property correlation of materials, modeling and simulation of materials etc.
Thermal Science and Engineering:
The Master’s program in Thermal Science & Engineering aims at creating motivated & capable graduates who can serve both as design & technical engineers and applied researchers in the core and R&D industry. Building on strong fundamentals of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics & heat transfer, the program offers an opportunity to broadly specialize in areas such as Power & Energy, Heat Transfer, Material Processing, Turbulence, CFD & Modelling, High-Accuracy & High-Performance Computing, Combustion and Geophysical Flows through ample electives. The program also has built into it advanced computational, modelling as well as experimental laboratories to make the graduate, industry ready. Graduates are individually moulded in their second year to build successful careers in both academic research as well as industry R&D through seminars and projects.
Mechanical Systems Design:
Mechanical Systems Design Program offers courses focusing towards various aspects of mechanical design. Students are required to undergo four core courses, six elective courses and three laboratories spread across two semesters. The core courses, such as Vibrations, Advanced Solid Mechanics, Control Theory and Applied Elasticity, and the laboratories aim at building a strong foundation in the field of systems design. The elective courses and the thesis work provide the flexibility to delve deeper into computational Mechanics, Composites, Smart Structures, Robotics, Vibrations, Condition Monitoring and Acoustics. The provision of "Research Review Paper" in the course curriculum aims to widen the research aptitude in the students.
School of Earth, Ocean & Climate Sciences offers programmes designed to address the required expertise and competence geosciences, atmospheric science and ocean science. The programmes transcend the boundaries of these individual disciplines to offer advanced knowledge and understanding on the earth systems and their interactions leading to various earth related events including climate change. The School encourages cross-boundary and interdisciplinary research between disciplines and is offering Ph. D. programmes in environmental earth sciences, aqueous geochemistry etc.
School of Infrastructure presently offers various academic programmes in Civil Engineering. The faculty members of the School are engaged in a wide spectrum of research in established and emerging technologies through nationally and internationally funded sponsored research and industrial consultancy as well as through various research collaborations. The School has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for teaching and research in Structural Engineering, Concrete Technology, Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Surveying and Computational planning and designs.
The School of Electrical Sciences offers undergraduate programme in Electrical Engineering and doctoral programmes. The faculty members of the School are engaged in a wide spectrum of research in established and emerging technologies through nationally and internationally funded sponsored research and industrial consultancy as well as through various research collaborations.
State of the art computational and experimental facilities enable to undertake basic and applied research and provide support to R&D organizations. Some of the major laboratories are: Communications Laboratory, Control Laboratory, Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Electrical Machines Laboratory, Electronic System Design Laboratory, Fibre Optic Communications Laboratory, Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory, Microelectronics Characterization Laboratory, Networking Laboratory, Power Electronics and Drives Laboratories, Power System Laboratory, Simulation and Computation Laboratories, VLSI Laboratory. Many other facilities are currently under progress including Antennas and Microwave Laboratory, Fabrication Clean Room, Multimedia Signal Processing Laboratory, Radar Remote Sensing Laboratory, Renewable Energy Laboratory, Vision and Image Processing Laboratory, Wireless Sensing Laboratory.
School of Mineral, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering offers courses in areas of mineral, metallurgy and materials to enable students to meet the challenges of new opportunities in mineral and metal technologies and increasingly complex dimensions of globalization these sectors. The School of Minerals, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering have research thrust towards application oriented technology development in collaboration with industry in the use of leaner ores (optimizing the beneficiation process), treatment of wastes, newer beneficiation process of coal, coal to liquid and coal to gas), high value products from graphite, carbon nano tubes, Iron and Steel (ULCOS for steel, Syngas for steel, ZnO capture), Aluminium (alloy development, improving electrolytic cell performance), Other metals (titanium, chromium and tin), ferro alloys and stainless steel, Special steels and alloys and innovative building materials (steel), composites, gem stones, advanced ceramics for medical and electronic industries, Photovoltaic and Solar cells etc.
School of Mechanical Sciences thrives to create new opportunities through its undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. The faculty members are involved in a broad range of research areas viz. Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing, Robotics and Controls, Experimental Fluid Mechanics, Turbulence, Heat Transfer, Multi-Phase Heat Transfer, Micro and nano- mechanics, Composite Materials, Supply Chain Management, Computational Fluid Dynamics, High Performance Computing, Radiation Modeling, Condition Monitoring and Acoustics. The school is presently working in collaboration with international research groups.
|Name of the Programme||Previous Degree||Essential/Desirable Requisite||Intake|
|Climate Science & Technology||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in M. Sc. or equivalent degree in Atmospheric Science/Marine Science/ Oceanography/ Meteorology/ Physics/Chemistry/ Mathematics along with a valid GATE score.||Mathematics or Physics at B.Sc. Level essential||18|
|60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Civil Engineering / Applied Mechanics / Aeronautical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering / Computer Science & Engineering or equivalent along with a valid GATE score.|
|Structural Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Civil Engineering along with a valid GATE score.||12|
|Transportation Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Civil Engineering / Infrastructure Engineering, Bachelors in Architecture or Planning along with a valid GATE score.||10|
|Electronics & Communication Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B.Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Electrical, Electronics, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Electrical Engineering or equivalent along with a valid GATE score.||Electronics & Communication Engineering||18|
|Power System Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B.Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Electrical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering or equivalent (with a valid GATE score in Electrical Engineering).||Electrical Engineering||18|
|Materials Science and Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B.Tech. / B.E. or equivalent degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science, Ceramic, Chemical, Mechanical, Production Engineering and allied specializations with valid GATE score or 60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in M.Sc. in Materials Science along with a valid GATE score.||Mathematics at B.Sc. level is desirable in case of M. Sc.||18|
|Mechanical Systems Design||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. / B. E. or Equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent (with a valid GATE score)||Mechanical Engineering||18|
|Thermal Science and Engineering||60% marks or 6.5 CGPA in a 10-point scale in B. Tech. /B. E. or Equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent (with a valid GATE score)||Mechanical Engineering||18|
N.B. 5% relaxation of marks in the qualifying degree examination would be granted to the SC/ST/PwD candidates. This is applicable to both regular and sponsored candidates.
|Caution Money (Refundable)||12,000/-||12,000/-|
|One Time Fee||5,900/-||5,400/-|
|Grand Total for GE/OBC Category||48,500/-||68,000/-|
|Grand Total for SC/ST Category||43,500/-||68,000/-|
*100% Tuition fee waiver for SC/ST students except Sponsored Category
Reservations for Scheduled Caste (SC) / Scheduled Tribe (ST) / Other Backward Class – Non Creamy Layer (OBC-NCL) / Persons with Disability (PwD) category shall apply as per Government of India rules. The certificate for the same must be submitted in the format specified. OBC candidates may note that the limit of annual income is Rs. 6 lakhs for determining the creamy layer among Other Backward Classes (OBCs) candidates. The OBC-NCL certificate issued after 01.04.2014 (financial year 2014-15) by the Competent Authority in the prescribed format must be uploaded in the ONLINE application form and submitted at the time of admission.
a) The shortlisting of regular candidates for admission into M.Tech. Programmes will be based on GATE score only. The fixing of cut-off score for candidates in different categories shall be as per the norms of the Institute.
b) Selection of regular candidates is based on 70% weightage for the GATE score and 30% weightage for the performance in the Written Test and Interview.
c) The final selection of regular candidates will be solely based on the combined scores of the candidates with 70% weightage to the GATE score and 30% weightage to the written test and interview marks. The Written Test and Interview shall be given equal weightage of 15% each. A candidate in the unreserved category will be eligible for interview subject to scoring a minimum of 40% of the maximum marks in the written test. A candidate in the unreserved category will be eligible for final selection subject to scoring a minimum of 50% of the maximum marks in the interview. The fixing of cut-off marks in the written test and interview for reserved categories shall be governed as per the norms of the Institute. Assignment and calculation of the cut-off marks on the combined score for final section of the candidates in different categories shall be as per the norms of the Institute.
a) A sponsored candidate with a valid GATE score will have to undergo the same shortlisting and selection process as those of the regular candidates.
b) A sponsored candidate without valid GATE score will be shortlisted only if he/she has obtained a minimum 65% marks (or 7.0 CGPA IN 10 –point scale) in all academic examinations. A relaxation of 5% marks is permitted only in one academic examination. He/she will also have to appear at the written test and interview in the School. The weightage for the Written Test and Interview shall be 70% and 30%, respectively. The candidate will be eligible for interview subject to scoring a minimum of 40% of the maximum marks in the written test. The candidate will be eligible for final selection subject to scoring a minimum of 50% of the maximum marks in the Interview. The fixing of cut-off marks for reserved categories shall be governed as per the norms of the Institute. The final selection will be based on the combined score of Written Test and Interview.
c) The candidates sponsored by DRDO (Defense Research and Development Organization) and similar approved government organizations, who have been selected through approved internal procedure, will be admitted in the appropriate discipline.
Note: A candidate who fails to appear for the Personal Interview will not be considered for admission.
N.B. 1) Application fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
2) Female candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.