The agreement enables meritorious students of NIT Warangal to carry on with part of their studies in IIT Delhi. On completion, the students can gain direct admission to PhD in IIT Delhi without appearing for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, or GATE, or any other national level examination.
New Delhi: Students from the National Institutes of Technology (NIT) will soon be able to join the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, in the final year of their B.tech course and continue studying there for their PhD.The new admission policy of IIT-Delhi will be implemented from the academic session 2020-21. While the students will get their B.Tech degrees from the respective NITs.
IIT Delhi Ph.D. Admission 2020-21. Indian Insititute of Technology (IIT) Delhi every year conducting the many entrance exams for the various courses admission in IIT Delhi. A large number of aspirants every year applied IIT Delhi admission process and get the admission seat in their interesting courses.
NIT Admissions 2020 Application Form, Notification, New Guidelines October 17, 2019 October 17, 2019 by SC Sharma B riefly state with reference to the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Union Government framed Guidelines for Admission into NIT Program for the Academic Year 2020 onwards in the subsequent Paragraphs.
National Institute of Technology Delhi (NIT DELHI), New Delhi Admission 2020 details for B.Tech,M.Tech,PhD. Check course wise admission process, application form, eligibility, merit list, selection criteria, fees, news and more.
NIT Jalandhar invites applications for admission to M.Tech and Ph.D. Programme for the Academic Year 2019-2020 (Session July-2019).
IIT Delhi Signs MoU For NIT Agartala Students' Early Admission To PhD National Institute of Technology Agartala (NITA) and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) have signed an MoU for.
Admission is subject to vacancy being available in the relevant specializations. Part-Time programmes: IIT Delhi offers most of its MS(R) programmes in the part-time mode for working professionals. They are expected to complete their credit requirements in six semesters (maximum of ten semesters) by registering for a lower load than full-time students in each semester.