Eligibility

Undergraduate Postgraduate PhD

Eligibility for BE/BTech programs other than BTech (Biotechnology):


  • He/She should be a student of BE/BTech programme of a recognized Institute/University and have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from recognized board and have secured at least 60% (55% for SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate of three subjects, namely, Physics, Mathematics and any one subject out of Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology and Technical Vocational subject.
  • He/She has qualified TIET Entrance Test with at least 20% aggregate marks (15% for SC/ST candidates).
  • Or
  • He/She should be a student of BE/BTech programme of a recognized Institute/University and have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from recognized board and have secured at least 80% (75% for SC/ST candidates) marks in aggregate of three subjects, namely, Physics, Mathematics and any one subject out of Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology and Technical Vocational subject.
  • He/She has qualified TIET Entrance Test with at least 15% aggregate marks (10% for SC/ST candidates).
  • He/She should be a citizen of India.
  • He/She should bear a good character and satisfy the prescribed requirements of the University.
  • He/She is born on or after October 1, 1992 (5-years relaxation in age for SC/ST/PH candidates).

Eligibility for M.E./M.Tech programs:


  • Admission to all the M.E./M.Tech. programmes shall be made on the basis of valid GATE Score in respective discipline. First preference will be given to GATE qualified candidates and who have obtained at least 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in the aggregate in the qualifying examination from a recognised University.

  • After offering seats to the GATE qualified candidates, for seats remaining vacant (if any), the admission will be made on the basis of following method:

  •   In M.E./M.Tech. programs offered by CSED, MED, CED and ECED. The seats remaining vacant, after offering to the GATE qualified candidates, shall be filled by conducting offline entrance test. Admission to M.E./M.Tech. programme shall be open to candidates who obtain at least 60% (55% for SC/ST/Industry sponsored) marks in the aggregate in the qualifying examination from a recognised University.

  •  In other departments/schools, remaining vacant seats shall be filled on the basis of merit prepared by giving 30% weightage to 12thmarks and 70% weightage to B.E./B.Tech. marks (upto end of pre-final year). Overall minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST/Industry sponsored) in B.E./B.Tech. shall be required to be eligible for admission. Or

  • In case M.Sc. is qualifying exam, the seats remaining vacant shall be filled on the basis of merit prepared by giving 50% weightage to B.Sc. marks and 50% weightage to M.Sc. marks (upto end of pre-final year). Overall minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST/Industry sponsored) in M.Sc. shall be required to be eligible for admission.


MCA (3-years duration)

Bachelor degree of minimum 3-years duration in any discipline from a recognised University with at least 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) in aggregate. Mathematics must be studied at 10+2 level or at graduation level. Mode of Selection: Admission will be made on the basis of merit of 10th, 12th and graduation (upto end of 2nd year, minimum of 65% marks are required). Overall minimum 60% (55% for SC/ST) in graduation shall be required to be eligible for admission. Candidate must attach mark sheets of 10th, 12th and all the marks sheets of Graduation upto end of 2nd year along with the printout of applications.


MCA Lateral Entry (2-years duration)


Recognized bachelor degree of minimum 3-years duration in BCA, B.Sc. (IT/ Computer Science) with at least 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) in aggregate. Mathematics must be studied at 10+2 level or at graduation level. Mode of Selection: Merit list will be prepared on the basis of above said criteria of MCA (3-year) and admission will be made according to this merit list.


M.Sc.


M.Sc. PROGRAMS TIET offers following M.Sc. programs of 2-years duration (4 Semesters): i. M.Sc. (Bio-Technology) ii. M.Sc. (Chemistry) iii. M.Sc. (Bio-Chemistry) iv. M.Sc. (Mathematics and Computing) v. M.Sc. (Physics) 6.1 M.Sc. (BIO-TECHNOLOGY) Eligibility: Candidates with bachelor's degree with minimum of 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in graduation from recognized University under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Physical, Biological, Agricultural, Veterinary, and Fishery Sciences, Pharmacy, Engineering Technology, 4-Years BS (Physician Assistant) Course, Medicine (MBBS) or BDS. 6.2 M.Sc. (CHEMISTRY)/M.Sc. (BIO-CHEMISTRY) Eligibility: Recognised Bachelor’s degree in Science of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Chemistry as one of the subject at the graduation level. 6.3 M.Sc. (MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING) Eligibility: Recognised Bachelors degree of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Mathematics as one of the subject at the graduation level. 6.4 M.Sc. (PHYSICS) Eligibility: Recognised Bachelor’s degree in Science of minimum 3-years duration with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate and Physics as one of the subject at the graduation level. The program shall have following three specializations: i. Nuclear Science and Technology ii. Modern Electronics iii. Materials Technology


M.A.


M.A. PROGRAMMES TIET offers following M.A. (Master in Arts) programs of 2-years duration (4 Semesters): i. M.A. (Economics) ii. M.A. (Psychology) 7.1 M.A. (Economics) a) Eligibility for M.A. (Economics) BA/B.Sc. in Economics/ Mathematics/ B.Com./ B.Statistics/ Bachelors in Business Administration - BBA/ Bachelors in Business Studies- BBS/ BE/ B.Tech. with 50% (45% for SC/ST) at Bachelors level. The program shall have following two specializations: • Money, Banking and Financial Markets • International Business 7.2 M.A. (Psychology) a) Eligibility for M.A. (Psychology) Recognized Bachelor degree in Psychology (Honors) or Arts/Science/Allied Sciences such as Home Sciences/Nursing/Human Development/B.Tech of minimum 3-years duration with 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in aggregate and Psychology as one of the subjects at graduation level. Candidates who have appeared in the examination of the final year shall also be eligible. However, for such candidates, admission shall be provisional. The program shall have following two specializations: • Clinical Psychology • Counselling Psychology

 

Relaxation in CGPA to 7.00 on a 10-point scale or in marks to 65% for the minimum eligibility conditions may be permitted for candidates with a B.E./B.Tech. degree or equivalent who have a minimum of 3 years of professional and/or research experience in the area in which the admission is sought. However, candidates admitted with B.E./B.Tech. or equivalent qualification will be admitted for PhD after successful completion of eight Masters level courses as suggested by the PhD Admission Committee of concerned Department/School, within a period of two years from the date of admission. A minimum CGPA of 6.00 on a 10-point scale should be earned in the courses prescribed by the concerned Department/School.

Relaxation for appearing in the Entrance Test may be given by the University to those candidates who have qualified GATE/NET(UGC/CSIR).

Only those candidates who successfully complete the course work within one year of admission and with a minimum CGPA of 6.00 on 10.00-point scale shall be registered in the PhD programme.

Every candidate will be required to submit research proposal, duly recommended by the Supervisor(s), after successful completion of the course work (December 31 shall be taken as date of completion of course work for odd semester and June 30 shall be taken as date of completion for even semester). The minimum time period to submit the research proposal shall be one semester from the date of admission and maximum time allowed to submit the research proposal shall be one year from the date of admission.

Research proposal will be submitted to the concerned Head of the Department/School. In case of non-submission of proposal within one year, DoRSP on the recommendations of the Supervisor and Head of the Department/School may grant an extension for a maximum period of six months.

If the candidate fails to submit the proposal even during the extended period, her/his admission will be cancelled. In case the proposal is rejected by the URB, she may resubmit it within next six months starting the date of meeting of URB failing which her/his admission will be cancelled.

Notes:
(a) Part-time candidates are required to submit the "No Objection Certificate" from their parent organization/department/employer stating that the candidate is permitted to pursue studies on a part-time basis and that the candidate’s official duties permit her/him to devote sufficient time for course work and research.
(b) In case of FN candidates, Research VISA endorsed to TIET is required.

  • A candidate seeking admission to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy must have obtained M.E./M.Tech./M.Phil./MCA/M.Sc./M.A./M.B.A./C.A. or equivalent with minimum CGPA of 6.00 on a 10-point scale or 55% marks in aggregate where marks are awarded OR GATE/NET(UGC/CSIR) qualified with minimum CGPA of 6.00 on a 10-point scale or 55% marks in aggregate where marks are awarded. .
  • Candidates with B.E./B.Tech. degree or equivalent with excellent academic record (minimum CGPA of 9.00 on 10-point scale or 80% marks in aggregate) may be considered for admission.
  • Part-Time studies leading to PhD degree are permitted for professionally employed personnel. Part-time studies leading to PhD shall also be permitted to persons working in Institutions with which a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed for research purposes. Such a candidate must be in employment at the time of admission and be engaged in professional work in the area to which admission is sought.
  • Admission of a PhD candidate in a department/school other than his/her basic background: Suitability of a candidate is the purview of admission committee, if a candidate qualifies the test and interview then he/she should be allowed to pursue PhD Program. However, the admission committee may recommend additional courses for the candidate to clear.
  • Candidates shall be admitted on the basis of merit of Entrance Test and Interview to be conducted by the Institute. The candidates who secure minimum of 50% (45% for SC/ST)marks in the written exam shall only be called for Interview. During interview, a candidate is required to indicate area of research.
  • Every admitted candidate shall have to do course work for a minimum of one semester. The course work shall include at least three courses, namely, a course on research methodology (may include quantitative methods and computer Applications) or a course proposed by the Admission Committee (for those who have studied a similar course on Research Methodology at PG level), a professional course (if not offered by any Department/ School, its syllabus to be proposed by the allocated supervisor and approved by DoAA) and a seminar (Relevant in the area of research). Minimum credits for the course work shall be 11 including a seminar of 4 credits. The process of registration in the course work, examination, evaluation and grading shall be same as followed for UG/PG programmes.