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Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, [IGIT] Admissions 2019

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UG-PG Admissions 2019 at Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, [IGIT]


Eligibility Criteria for B.Tech/MCA/M.Tech at Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, [IGIT]

B.Tech & M.Tech:

  • All the applicants are expected to have passed [10+2] exam conducted by the central board of secondary education or any of its state equivalents with a minimum aggregate of 50% of marks overall along with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics mandatory subjects from any recognized university/institution.
  • An aggregate marks relaxation of 5% is allowed for the SC/ST candidates.
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Power
Power
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
8/10

So, I started preparing for JEE MAINS in 2013 and then I appeared for the exam in 2015 and luckily got an AIR 26K which was OK! Then I applied for JAC (Joint Admission Counselling) for the Technical colleges of Delhi. Based on my rank (for OD), I got ECE in IGDTUW. I lost ECE in DTU and ICE in NSIT to the people with their AIR around 25899(approx). That was a disappointment then because I didn't want to study in an all-girls college. But now that I have been in IGDTUW for the past 5 semesters, I love this college even though it has certain shortcomings. When I came here, I realised that I was one of the first ones to grab a seat in ECE. The cutoffs for ECE have gone further down for ECE in IGDTUW for the past two years. The infrastructure of this college is a bit miserable but they are working on it. Now it's much better than when I joined the college. Like every Technical college classes are meant for completing the goal of 75% attendance. But if you get lucky then you will find yourself in the presence of pretty amazing teachers. Also, they need you to give three exams per semester- Minor 1, Minor 2 & then Majors. Events and the societies in this college are really amazing and they provide plenty of opportunities to girls who otherwise shy away in a co-ed college, generally. Girls here are pretty smart and expressive. The environment overall is really healthy for self-development and growth. There is one more common problem here. There are a lot of monkeys roaming around on the college campus.



Ankita
Ankita
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Mechanical Engineering), batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
8/10
  • Eligibility criteria is to crack JEE MAINS for this college basically it depends on ur All India Rank .
  • Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical recruits within 50k for admission to almost all the branches. 


palak
Palak
Master of Computer Application [MCA], batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
9/10

The eligibility criteria were 60% in graduation. And the admission was through entrance test The university took it's own entrance test It is an engineering college so most of the admissions are taken through JEE MAIN



Akanksha
Akanksha
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Electronics & Communication Engineering), batch of 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
7/10
  • The candidates applying at Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women have to answer the JEE mains.
  • There are different maximum rankings for different courses.


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Hi Shreya,

Admissions

Eligibility Criteria

A candidate passing any of the following examinations from a recognized School/College/Institute and securing 60 % or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, and must have passed English as a subject of study of the Senior School Certificate Examination Level (Core or Elective) shall be eligible for admission to the first semester of Bachelor of Technology Course provided she has passed in each subject separately.

(i) Senior School Certificate Examination (12-year course) of the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.), New Delhi.

(ii) Indian School Certificate Examination (12-year course) of the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi.

(iii) Any other examination recognized as equivalent to the Senior School Certificate Examination of the C.B.S.E.

Relaxation in marks for reserved categories

Candidates belonging to the following categories, who apply for seats reserved for them, shall be allowed a relaxation in the minimum eligibility in marks as per university norms: Other Backward Class (OBC) / Defense Category (DEF): 5% concession of marks in the minimum eligibility requirements. Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) / Differently Abled Persons: 10% concession of marks in the minimum eligibility requirements.

Admission Procedure

The admission to B.Tech. Program will be based on All India Rank prepared by CBSE giving 40% weightage (suitably normalized) to class XII (or equivalent examination) and 60% to the performance of JEE(Main) -2016 Examination Paper– 1 and also the candidate must be declared eligible for Central Counseling by the CBSE. The admission to B.Tech. program will be done through Joint Admission Counseling (jointly organized for DTU, NSIT, IIITD & IGDTUW). For more details refer to JAC website (http://www.jacdelhi.nic.in). 85% of the total seats are reserved for candidate belonging to Delhi Region (Students passing the qualifying examination from recognized Board / College / Institution located within the NCT of Delhi) and 15% of the total seats for candidates belonging to outside Delhi Region.

 



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