- About IIIT-D
Application and Admission Procedure
These candidates have been selected for admission in the IIIT-Delhi PhD program for 2011.
- Anuj Shanker Saxena
- Anunay Sinha
- Ayushi Rastogi
- Himanshu Dadheech
- Jyoti Leeka
- Kushal Bhatia
- Praful Agrawal
- Shiva Reddy Koti
- Shruti Chhabra
- Trasha Gupta
- Vertika Vaid
We received an overwhelming number of PhD applications of very good quality. A screening committee of IIIT-Delhi faculty members carefully reviewed each of these applications. The candidates were finally shortlisted based on their performance in X, XII, BTech, MTech and other criteria including projects, work experience, research experience, publications, etc. Based on these criteria, the following candidates have been short-listed for the PhD entrance exam on April 23rd 2011 at IIIT-Delhi campus.
General category candidates
|PHD-4D8179A5DCAD1||Anuj Shanker Saxena|
|PHD-4D82E135132C6||Bhungaliya Yogin Parsottambhai|
|PHD-4D884C079A1C8||Chj Srinivasa Rao P|
|PHD-4D9227030661D||Dipesh Kumar Singh|
|PHD-4D8B1B6427D96||Jitendra Kumar Jha|
|PHD-4D943EA87357D||Lokesh Kumar Singh|
|PHD-4D8B65D9E5901||Reno Robert R|
|PHD-4D93E5AA59FD4||Shaukat Ali Shahee|
|PHD-4D833AFB3D198||Shiva Reddy Koti|
|PHD-4D7E13AE00727||Shyam Sundar Das|
|PHD-4D8AFEBCBA6CD||Ujjwal Kumar Tantiya|
|PHD-4D92B1B5845B4||Vijay Bhaskar Semwal|
|PHD-4D90A0242536E||Vivek P Shikaripura|
SC/ST/CW/PH category candidates
|PHD-4D81A816596C8||Punit Moris Ekka|
The above candidates have to fill up this
online confirmation form if they wish to appear for the entrance test. They have to bring the application id and the following documents for the entrance test.
- Original mark sheets, degree and certificates (including X, XII, undergraduate, etc.)
Proof of date of birth and photo identification
- Copies of all publications (if any)
GATE/GRE/TOEFL/other score card (if any)
- Original copies of awards
Any other document (in original form) to support your information in the application form
Candidates who indicated that they require accommodation have been emailed accommodation details on the email registered with us.
Tentative Schedule for April 23rd, 2011:
- 7:30AM - Registration starts
- 8-8:30AM - Breakfast, IIIT-Delhi campus (only for candidates)
- 8:25AM - Director's message
- 9:10-10:30AM - Written test
- 10:30-2:00PM - TA reimbursement
- 11:45PM - Written test results
- 12:00-1:20PM - Programming test (only for selected candidates)
- 1:00PM - Lunch, IIIT-Delhi campus (only for candidates)
- 1:45PM - Announcement of list for interview
- 2:00PM - Interview starts (only for selected candidates)
- 2:00PM - Verification of documents
- 7:00PM - Interviews end
Final result will be available on this website by Monday 25 April by 5pm.
- Fill up the
online application form. Last date of application - April 4th, 2011, 5:00pm (Monday).
- Send a demand draft of non-refundable Rs 350/- towards application processing fee in favour of IIIT-Delhi payable in New Delhi to the following address:
PhD Admission Committee
3rd Floor, Library building, NSIT Campus
Azad Hind Fauj Marg
New Delhi - 110078
- The draft should reach IIIT-Delhi latest by April 6th 5:00pm, otherwise your application might be rejected without screening.
- The candidates will be screened based on the information provided in the online application form.
- The list of shortlisted candidates is given below.
- The shortlisted candidates listed above will have to appear for a written test, a programming test and an interview at IIIT-Delhi on April 23rd.
- Entrance test details:
Reporting date: April 23, 2011
Registration time: 7:30 A.M
Written test starts: 9:00 A.M.
- Students will have to bring all the documents supporting the facts in their application form, e.g., certificates, mark-sheets, publications etc.
Written and Programming Test
- Written test: The written test will have two sections (Part A and B) as described below. The questions will be on standard B.Tech. (MSc for non CS/IT areas) level concepts.
- Part-A is compulsory. This section will have questions from data structures, algorithms and programming concepts.
- In Part-B, students need to choose ANY ONE from the following 7 subsections:
- Theory of computing, discrete mathematics, probability, statistics
- Computer networks, operating systems, databases
- Embedded systems, computer architecture, digital circuits, digital communication
- Artificial intelligence, machine learning and image processing
- Software engineering, compilers, programming languages, web technologies
- Linear algebra, abstract algebra, combinatorics, probability, statistics
- Programming Test: Selected candidates after the written test will have to appear for the programming test.
- Allowed programming languages: C / C++ / C# / Java
- Available programming environments: (command-line) gcc, g++, gmcs, javac, (IDE) Eclipse, Netbeans, Visual Studio, Turbo-C
- The program may require file I/O for reading input and producing output
- The candidates will be allowed to use default libraries in the standard installation of their programming language. Non-standard libraries will not be available.
- Shortlisted candidates (after the written + programming tests) will be interviewed on the same day.
- Students appearing for interview will have to read and bring a 1 page summary of any one of the following papers of their choice. They may be also asked questions on the chosen paper in the interview. The candidates are strongly encouraged to choose a paper in their (one of their) areas of interest.
- Emerging Architecture and Systems Design - paper 1, paper 2
- Image Analysis and Biometrics - paper 1, paper 2
- Information Management and Data Analytics - paper 1, paper 2
- Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing - paper 1, paper 2
- Security and Privacy - paper 1, paper 2
- Software Engineering - paper 1, paper 2
- Theoretical Computer Science - paper 1, paper 2
- Geoinformatics - paper 1, paper 2
- A final shortlist, based on (i) the performance in the tests, (ii) the interview, (iii) the background and (iv) references will be the final list of admitted candidates.
- The admission decisions (i.e. screening, shortlisting, and others) will be made by the IIIT-D PhD Admission Committee, which will be final.
Travel logistics: For the outstation candidates (non-NCR) who are appearing for the test, IIIT-Delhi will reimburse their travel fare by second sleeper or public bus fare by the shortest route, which ever is cheapest. They will have to furnish the proof of travel. If a candidate decides to choose a different mode (e.g. 3AC, air, etc.), IIIT-Delhi will only reimburse the second sleeper or public transport bus fare by the shortest route.
Accommodation logistics: IIIT-Delhi will be able to provide accommodation to a limited number of candidates on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please indicate your preference in the entrance test confirmation form.
More details on the tests and interviews will be posted on this page - so please check this page regularly for announcements.