IIT Bhubaneswar Admission
IIT Bhubaneswar Admission

The Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar (IIT Bhubaneswar) is a premier institute established in 2008. It focuses on teaching, research, and development in various engineering, science and technology fields.

IIT Bhubaneswar Admission

IIT Bhubaneswar M.Tech Program Admission

Courses Offered

IIT Bhubaneswar offers undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs:

  • Undergraduate Programs (B.Tech):
    • Civil Engineering (CE)
    • Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
    • Electrical Engineering (EE)
    • Mechanical Engineering (ME)
    • Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
    • Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (MME)
  • Dual Degree Programs (B.Tech. + M.Tech):
    • Several combinations of the above disciplines are offered.
  • Postgraduate Programs (M.Tech, M.Sc., Ph.D.):
    • M.Tech in various specializations of Engineering.
    • M.Sc. by Research.
    • Ph.D. programs in Engineering, Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences.


Admission eligibility varies depending on the program:

  • B.Tech.: Admission is through JEE Advanced.
  • Dual Degree Programs: Admission is through JEE Advanced.
  • M.Tech: Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related fields with a minimum percentage of marks (generally 60%) and a valid GATE score.
  • M.Sc. and Ph.D.: A Master’s degree in a relevant field with a minimum percentage of marks (generally 60%) is required for M.Sc. by Research and Ph.D. programs. Entrance exams like GATE/UGC CSIR-NET may be required for some programs.

Admission Process

The admission process for most programs involves:

  1. Entrance Exam: Qualifying scores in JEE Advanced (for UG), GATE (for PG Engineering programs), UGC CSIR-NET (for PG Science programs) or other relevant exams as specified by the program.
  2. Shortlisting: Based on entrance exam scores, candidates are shortlisted for the next rounds.
  3. GD & PI (for some programs): Shortlisted candidates may be called for a Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) to assess their communication, analytical skills, and suitability for the program.
  4. Final Merit List: The final selection is based on a composite score combining entrance exam scores, GD & PI performance (if applicable), and past academic record.

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