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Name: IIIT Delhi 2013
Exam Full Name:: Indian Institute of Information Technology Delhi
Category: Engineering
Website: http://iiitd.ac.in/
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IIIT Delhi 2013

Description

IIIT Delhi 2012 is an autonomous institute created by Government of NCT of Delhi the IIIT Delhi Act, 2007 and the Delhi Act 5 of 2008. IIIT Delhi 2012 is empowered to offer degree programs at all levels.The mission of IIIT Delhi 2012 is to be a global centre of excellence in Information Technology (IT) education, training and research. Its twin aims are:

  • To train and educate, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, engineers of outstanding ability who can become innovators and creators of new technology and products in the country.
  • To carry out advanced research and development in Information and Software technology, and in better leveraging IT in specific domain areas. It has started a B.Tech. (IT) program in 2008, and has started a Ph.D. program in 2009. Information about these programs is available on the institute.
     

Exam Level

National level exam

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A student is eligible if in Class XII Boards he/she has obtained:

  • 80% or more in Maths
  • AND 80% or more overall (i.e. in all the five subjects) in Class XII Board results.
  • The students who want to take ECE as the branch of study must have taken Physics as a subject in Class XII.
  • If the result of Class XII has not been declared by the time of application, the candidate can apply but at the time of Counselling he/she would have to submit the result as per the IIIT Delhi 2013 Eligibility Criteria.
  • In case the board has more than 5 subjects, the best 5 will be considered for aggregate calculation.

 AGE CRITERIA:

  • the candidate must be less than 25 years in the October of 2013.

Relaxation of IIIT Delhi 2013 Eligibility Criteria for Reserved Categories:

The candidates of reserved categories will be given relaxation in IIIT Delhi 2013 Eligibility Criteria in both as follows:

  1. The candidates of Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Scheduled Castes (SC) will be given a relaxation of 10% in aggregate and Mathematics marks.
  2. There will be a 5% relaxation for the wards of Widows of Defence Personnel who were disabled or killed in Action as per IIIT Delhi 2013 Eligibility Criteria.
  3. There will be a 5% relaxation in marks for the Physically Handicapped candidates.

The test is of objective type. Total number of questions will be 100, and the total time will be 2.5 hours. Each question will have multiple responses, and the student will have to choose the best response and mark the response on the OMR Answer Sheet. All questions will be compulsory and there will be no negative marking. The paper consists of the following sections.

Section 1: Comprehension
Section 2: Quantitative
Section 3: Logical/Analytical

Some of these sections may have sub-sections. There is no specific time allotted to each section. You are expected to answer all 100 questions within the allotted time of 2.5 hours (i.e. average of 1.5 mts each question). All questions are of equal marks.

Section 1: Comprehension

The Comprehension section is primarily to check the ability of the candidates to understand facts and arguments. Most of the questions will be of the following nature: A passage with a Technical Backdrop will be given and then based on that passage there will be few questions. The passages can be on any topic but will be self contained and self explanatory. The primary motive is to check the comprehension if he is given a completely alien topic and a specified time to answer questions pertaining to the topic.

Section 2: Quantitative Ability

This section is designed to measure your basic math and algebraic skills, your understanding of basic quantitative concepts, and your ability to reason quantitatively and solve quantitative problems. The section will have problems related to Arithmetic, Algebra & Geometry. It will also have data interpretation questions which are based on line graphs, bar charts, tables, case-lets and numbers, and test the ability to interpret the given data and make deductions from them, and may involve calculations also.

Section 3: Logical/Analytical

Analytical/Logical is the ability to visualize, articulate, and solve complex problems and concepts, and make decisions that make sense based on available information. Such skills include demonstration of the ability to apply logical thinking to gathering and analyzing information, designing and testing solutions to problems, and formulating plans. It also tests a candidate on his/her understanding of relationships. The section will also contain decision making questions which gauge the ability of the student in selecting the correct course of action among several alternatives, given several input conditions or constraints.


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