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National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NIT-K)

Admission to M.Tech (Sponsored seats/Research), Ph.D. and M.Sc Programme 2010-2011

Eligibility Criteria

M.Tech (Sponsored seats/Research) Programme:

A pass in the prescribed qualifying examination with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 6.0 OR not less than 60% marks in the aggregate (taking into account the marks scored in all the subjects of all the public/ university examination conducted during the entire prescribed period for the degree programme) For SC/ST minimum CGPA of 5.5 OR 55% marks in the aggregate. Valid GATE score is essential for scholarship seats. The number of seats are flexible subjected to the availability of funding for research.

M. Sc in Chemistry: A Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry with 60% (or Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of atleast 6.0 in the 0-10 scale grading system) of the aggregate in all the years of course of study and with 55% (CGPA of atleast 5.5 in the 0-10 scale grading system) in respect of SC/ST candidates.

M. Sc. in Physics: A Bachelor’s Degree in the subject with 60% (or Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 6.0 in the 0-10 scale grading system) of the aggregate in all the years of course of study and with 55% (CGPA of at least 5.5 in the 0-10 scale grading system) in respect of SC/ST candidates.

For Ph.D. Programme:

i) Admission to a Ph.D. Programme shall be open to candidates who have passed the prescribed qualifying examination with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 5.5 in the 0-10 scale grading system, or not less than 55% marks in the aggregate (taking into account the marks scored in all the subjects of all the public/university examinations conducted during the entire prescribed period for the degree programme). However, this prescribed minimum shall be a CGPA of 5.0 or 50% marks in the aggregate for SC/ST candidates. The prescribed qualifying examination is as follows:

a. For Ph.D. in Engineering/Technology – Master’s degree in relevant field.
b. For Ph.D. in Science /Humanities, Social Sciences & Management – Master’s degree in relevant field.

ii) Employed professionals having experience and proven competence aspiring for Ph.D. Programme will be considered under part-time scheme (External Registration) and will be allowed to pursue their research at their own location of work.

There are five types of student status for Ph.D. programme:
1) Full-time students on Institute Scholarship
2) Full-time sponsored students on QIP/EFIP (AICTE)
3) Full-time/External Registrants sponsored from Industry or other organizations including Educational Institutions
4) Full-time/ External Registrants non sponsored non-scholarship students
5) Internal Registrants sponsored staff of NITK

Application Procedure:

The prescribed application form and Information Bulletin for M.Tech./MTech (Research)/MSc and PhD can be downloaded from the Institute website www.nitk.ac.in .

The application form can be duly filled and sent to the Dy. Registrar (Academic), National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, Srinivasnagar, Mangalore -575 025, Karnataka State on or before the last date prescribed 04.06.2010 along with the D.D. of Rs. 500/- (for SC/ST- Rs.150/-). drawn in favour of the Director, N.I.T.K., Surathkal payable at State Bank of India, or Canara Bank, NITK, campus branch, Surathkal.

Candidates sponsored by the Educational Institutions/Industries must get their applications forwarded through proper channel.

Note: If a candidate desires to apply to more than one course, he/she should submit separate application along with D.D. for each course i.e M.Tech / M.Tech (Sponsored seats/Research)/ PhD programme. Candidates called for interview will have to appear for interview at their own cost. The interview will be held at N.I.T.K., Surathkal.

Contact Details

Address: P.O. Srinivasnagar, Mangalore-575 025
Tel: 0824 - 2474000-2474023
Fax : 91-0824-2474033
E-Mail : info@nitk.ac.in
Website: http://www.nitk.ac.in

Last date for receipt of form: 04 June 2010

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