Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) offer engineering education with science based fundamentals at Undergraduate level (B.Tech.), Postgraduate level (M.Tech.), Doctoral level (Ph.D.) and advanced Research Programmes. IITs also offer Masters and Doctoral level programmes in various Science disciplines as well as in Humanities, Social Science and Management.
|College Name:||Indian Institute of Technology Ropar,|
|Affiliated To:||Govt College|
|Address:||Indian Institute of Technology Ropar,
Nangal Road, Rupnagar,
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
- Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering
- Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering
Streams at Post-Graduate Level
Streams at PhD Level
PhD in Chemistry
PhD in Computer Science and Engineering
PhD in Electrical Engineering
PhD in Humanities and Social Sciences
PhD in Mathematics
PhD in Mechanical Engineering
PhD in Physics
Fee structure for various courses:
|Fee structure||IIT Ropar|
|One time payment||2500|
|Payable every semester||27035|
|Refundable caution deposit||4000|
|Medical insurance premium||450|
|Total fees payable at the time of admission||33985|
Campus:The Institute with 40 students each in the disciplines of Computer Science, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering started running from its mentor institute campus at IIT Delhi from 23 July, 2008. The institute currently operates from the premises of Government Polytechnic College for Girls (Ropar), which has been full renovated and furnished. In a few years, the institute will be relocated to its own campus, spread over a 500 acre area, along the banks of the river Satluj.
Central library:The Central Library functions as the primary information resource and repository for all teaching and research activities at the institute. Apart from textbooks and recommended reading material prescribed for each course offered at the institute, the library houses a growing collection of research monographs, reports, multi-volume reference works, dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, and so on. In addition, the library also facilitates access to a number of journals through its participation in consortia such as INDEST-AICTE. At present, users can consult more than 4000 books (available on shelves) and hundreds of journals (through electronic subscription)
Hostel:The Institute campus houses four hostels: three for boys and one for girls. The hostels are well equipped for comfortable lodging and boarding of approximately 380 students. All hostels are provided with water coolers and RO systems. Each hostel has a common room that provides facilities for indoor recreation and games. The hostel complex also includes four shops that cater to the basic needs of the residents, and also a few washing machine facility. High speed internet is available via wireless internet (spread in the complete campus area) and LAN connections provided by BSNL. The day-to-day management of hostels is taken care of by a committee consisting of student representatives, faculty members and administrative staff. Each hostel has a warden, who guides the students to manage the affairs of the hostels. Institute has its own independent post office opened for the staff and students of the institute. SBI (State Bank of India) has a well operational branch inside the campus premises, with talks of ATM being introduced in near early future.
Zeitgeist is the annual cultural fest of IIT Ropar. It is typically held in autumn(Sept/Oct) and aims at being one of the biggest student festival in Punjab. It took birth in the year 2010, when students of the institution came together to organise the event in September. The theme for the first edition of the festival was ‘The Spirit of the Times’ (the meaning of Zeitgeist) and the fest attracted participation from colleges in far-off places such as Delhi, Roorkee, Mandi and from many places in Punjab and Haryana. The title sponsors for the event were Hero Honda and the star performers were Faridkot, The Band. The fest encouraged spread of Indian culture through its events, with a Spic Macay event being a part of the inaugural ceremony.