PhD Programme at IIIT Nagpur: Apply by August 10


Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur (IIITN), an institution of national importance, RTTC, BSNL, Near TV Tower, Besides Balaji Temple, Seminary Hills, Nagpur-440 006 has invited applications for admission to the PhD Programmes at the Institute.

Research facilities are available in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering.

PhD Programmes are offered for those from (i) Industry which includes Extern Candidate from Industry (EX-I); Intern Sponsored Candidate from Industry (IN-IS) (ii) Academic Institution(s) including Extern Self financed candidates from Academic Institutions (Ex-A); Intern Sponsored Candidate from Academic Institutions (IN-AS) (iii) Others including Intern Self Sponsored Candidates (IN-U); Intern externally funded or sponsored or Project Staff Candidates (IN-ES)

Eligibility: For Industry applicants: Master's Degree in Engineering/Technology with Bachelor’s in Engineering/Technology or Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering/Technology. Applicant should have Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in CSE/ECE/IT and allied fields. A valid GATE score is desired.

Academic Institution (s) Candidate and Other Candidates: Master's Degree in Engineering/Technology with Bachelor’s in Engineering/Technology in ECE/CSE and allied disciplines A valid GATE Score is desirable.

Conditions on marks at Bachelors/Masters Programme have to be satisfied by the applicant.

Applications are to be filled in online mode at the link provided in the Admission Notification available at https://iiitn.ac.in/ along with all relevant documents attached by 5 pm on 10 August 2020. Separate hard copy of the same application filled must be send by post as back up. Details may be seen in the Notification and website.

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