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Indian Institute of Technology – Jodhpur (IIT Jodhpur)

Rajasthan | Government Institute | Co ed | Campus Area : 852 Acres
Year of Establishment :2008 | AICTE Approval : Approved
Address :

Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur
Old Residency Road, Ratanada,
Jodhpur 342011

Email :

chair_admissions@iitj.ac.in

Contact :

0291-2449099

Affiliated University :

IIT Jodhpur

Official Website :

www.iitj.ac.in

Courses :

B Tech

Total Fees : ₹ 600000
Admission Criteria : JEE Advanced
Branches : Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,

M Tech

Total Fees : ₹ 250000
Admission Criteria : GATE
Facilities :
About College :
Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur (IIT Jodhpur) was established in 2008, to foster technology education and research in India. The Institute is committed to technological thought and action to benefit the economic development of India. Scholarship in teaching and learning; Scholarship in research and creative accomplishments; and relevance to Industry are three driving forces for us at IIT Jodhpur.
Currently, it is functioning from its Temporary Campus at MBM Engineering College premises in Jodhpur. IIT Jodhpur is expected to shift by 2016 to a sprawling residential permanent campus on 852 acres on National Highway 65, north-northwest of Jodhpur towards Nagaur. The new campus of IIT Jodhpur is meticulously planned and envisioned to stand as a symbol of academics – simple, but deep.
As on date, the Institute has 755 Students (558 B.Tech., 40 M.Tech., 14 M.Sc. and 143 Ph.D.) along with 49 Faculty Members and 48 Staff Members. The Institute is committed to multidisciplinary approach of technology development. Hence, it has established state-of-the-art laboratories for basic research, and has organised its academic degree activities through Departments and its coordinated research through Centers for Technologies.

Way back to 1946, an idea grew in visionary leadres of the country, of creating of Higher Technical Institutes for post-war industrial development in India. A committee, headed by Nalini Ranjan Sarkar, recommended the establishment of these institutes in various parts of India. The first Indian Institute of Technology was founded in May 1950 at Kharagpur. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, in his Address at the first convocation of IIT Kharagpur in 1956, clarified that these institutes of technology will help meet the technological challenges of the Nation. On 15 September 1956, the Parliament of India passed an act known as the Indian Institute of Technology (Kharagpur) Act, 1956 declaring IIT Kharagpur as an Institute of national importance. Also, IIT Kharagpur was given the status of an autonomous University. Next four IITs were established during 1959-1960 at Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur and Madras. IIT Guwahati started in 1992, and the then University of Roorkee was given the status of an IIT (and now called IIT Roorkee) in 2001.

Establishment of eight more IITs across the country began with a decision of the Cabinet, which was announced by the Minister of Human Resource Development on 28 March 2008. IIT Bhubaneswar, IIT Gandhinagar, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Jodhpur (earlier called IIT Rajasthan), IIT Patna and IIT Ropar began functioning from 2008, and two others, IIT at Indore and IIT Mandi commenced their sessions from 2009. During the past decades since 1956, IITs became hallmark of quality technology undergraduate education internationally, attributed largely to ambience for quality academics. The endeavor at IIT Jodhpur is to live up to this brand image, which has been built meticulously over the last 60 years, with a renewed focus of producing world-class technology-driven graduates to contribute towards the development of the nation.

Vision & Mission

VISION
The Institute shall
 - Promote technology thought and action, and
 - Prepare needed technical human resources to meet the technology challenges of the nation.
MISSION
The Institute shall
- Create a vibrant technology institute that incubates and promotes learning, research, invention and eventually innovation; and
- Prepare each primary stakeholder towards their dharma, while continuing to adhere to its core values:
(a) Prepare competent Technology Graduates ready to meet Grand Challenges of India;
(b) Train active functionaries of a process driven professional institute;
(c) Facilitate builders of an internationally competitive academic institute; and
(d) Provide technology innovation as a force to as many industries as possible for economic value creation