IIT Delhi Admission
Admission to different programmes offered at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) is made on the basis of entrance examinations.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)
Admission to all Undergraduate Programmes (B .Tech.) are made through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Click here for the details.
Cultural Exchange Fellowship Programme
It is administered by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations, Government of India. Scholarship holders are directly nominated by ICCR to the Institute. These students must also satisfy the eligibility criteria for admission under foreign nationals.
A student who is registered for an Engineering/Technology degree in a recognized Institute/University in India or abroad is eligible for being considered as a casual student at IIT Delhi. He/she should be officially sponsored by the Institute/University where he/she is studying. Such a studentship is granted to carry out research or to avail laboratory or other academic facilities or for attending a formal set of courses, for a maximum period of 6 months/one semester
Joint Admission Test to M.Sc.(JAM)
Joint Admission Test to M.Sc.(JAM) is conducted by the Indian Institute of Technologies – IITs for admission to Master of Science ( M.Sc.) and other post–B.Sc. programmes offered at the 7 different Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). In a given academic year, any one of the 7 IITs take the responsibility for the conduct of JAM test. For details, click here.
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is an All-India Examination conducted by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore and the seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT’s). Admission to ME and MTech programs largely depends upon GATE percentile score. For details, click here.
Research & Fellowship Test
Admission to the Ph.D. programmes is normally made on the basis of a interview conducted by the Department/Centre concerned through its Department research committee (DRC) / Centre research committee (CRC). DRC/CRC may decide to conduct a written test as well to screen the candidates.
Quality Improvement Programme
The Government of India has started Quality Improvement Programme - QIP in 1970. The programme is implemented and monitored by All India Council for Technical Education - AICTE, a statuary body of government of India. A number of short-term courses have also been organised by the QIP Centres for the benefit of the faculty members from engineering colleges. The courses have proved very popular and useful. For details click here.
Early Faculty Induction Programme
To promote and encourage bright young Engineering & Technology students pursuing PG programmes (M.Tech./M.E./M.S. (by research) or Ph.D.) in identified host institutions to take up teaching career in Engineering Colleges. For details on admission click here.
Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET ) is the first step in the process of admission to the TWO YEAR FULL TIME Postgraduate Degree Programmes in Management offered by the IITs. JMET is only a qualifying examination. Candidates have to apply separately to the Institutes of their choice. For details click here.