Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering) had received 2840 applications for its 17 M. Tech programs with a total intake of 359 seats. The number of applicants this year were approximately 40% higher than the last year. The great rush for M. Tech programs has been in Electronics & Communication Engineering in which 832 applications have been received for three M. Tech programs in VLSI Design and Embedded System and Microwave and Optical Communications and Signal Processing and Digital Design. In Computer Science & Engineering and Software Engineering programs 564 applications have been received for 42 seats, while for M. Tech for Mechanical Engineering in Thermal Engineering and Production Engineering 440 applications have been received. M. Tech in Bio Informatics has received 180 applications and M.Tech in Nanoscience & Technology 129 applications have been received. DTU also offers M. Tech in Polymer Science in which 53 applications have been received.
The admissions to M.Tech have been concluded with a combined consideration of 80% GATE Score and 20% Interview by the Selection Boards of various Departments. DTU has selected its M.Tech candidates with high cut-offs. The list of the selected candidates have been declared on the University website www.dce.edu. The selected candidates are required to collect their admission letter from the Head of the concerned Department and deposit their fees from 7th to 18th July, 2011. Those selected candidates who fail to take admission by 18th July will forfeit their right of admission and the vacant seats will be offered to the waitlisted candidates. The list of the waitlisted candidates have also been displayed alongwith the list of the selected candidates.
The cut-offs for M.Tech courses for various Departments have been much higher compared to last year for Microwave and Optical Communication the highest and lowest GATE cut-off have been 99.77 and 98.07. Likewise, for VLSI Design and Embedded Systems the highest and lowest GATE cut-off have been 99.41 and 98.14, for Signal Processing and Digital Design the highest and lowest GATE cut-off have been 99.56 and 98.54. Further details are given below:
Highest Cut-Off GATE Percentile
Lowest Cut-OffGATE Percentile
Nano Science and Technology
Microwave and Optical Communication
Computer Science and Engineering
Control & Instrumentation
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Signal Processing and Digital Design
VLSI Design and Embedded System
Hydraulics and Flood Control
Mechanical Thermal Engineering
Production and Industrial
he rush for M. Tech applications in DTU reflects the popularity of the high quality post graduate programs of the university which have received high placements in reputed industries and R& D Organizations during the campus placement in academic session 2010-11. All eligible PG have been placed in good quality jobs.
“The DTU has strong industry interface and our curriculum has been designed as per the needs of the industry and is aimed to create specialised man power for engineering of tomorrow”, informs Prof. P.B. Sharma, V.C., DTU.