Academic SectionInformation BrochureNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKSHETRAInstitution of National Importance
Academic StructureTeaching Departments/SchoolsA. Engineering:i.Civil Engineeringii.Computer Engineeringiii. Information Technologyiv.Electronics & Communication Engineeringv.vi.Mechanical EngineeringElectrical Engineering,vii. Production & Industrial Engineeringviii. School of VLSI Design and Embedded Systemsix. School of Renewable Energy and Efﬁciencyx.School of Biomedical Engineeringii.Physicsiv.Humanities & Social Sciencesxi. School of Material Science & NanotechnologyB. Sciences, Humanities & Social Sciencesi.Chemistryiii. MathematicsC. Business AdministrationD. Computer ApplicationsAcademic ProgrammeThe Academic Programs span over a wide range of areas in Engineering, Applied Sciences, Humanities, Management,and Computer Applications. Presently, the Institute conducts 07 B.Tech., 20 M.Tech. (two more to be started in 201516), one MBA (Regular and Self- Financed) one MCA (Regular and Self- Financed) and Ph. D. programmes in all theabove disciplines.Under Graduate ProgrammesSr. No.B.Tech.Intake1Civil Engineering1402Computer Engineering923Information Technology924Electronics & Communication Engineering1385Electrical Engineering1406Production & Industrial Engineering927Mechanical Engineering1388DASA (all programmes)125Total957
Post Graduate 3.4.5.Computer Engg.Regular TEQIP Sponsored Total1616161620231215555523242223261. Computer Engineering2. Cyber Security*202050553025ElectricalEngineering1. Power System2. Control System3. Power Electronics & Drives161616444555252525Electronics & Comm. Engg.1. Electronics & Comm. Engg.204529Mechanical Engg.1. Industrial & Production Engg.2. Machine Design3. Thermal Engineering161620444555252529Chemistry1. Molecular Engineering & AdvancedChemical Analysis*1. Instrumentation2. Nanotechnology200525202000552525School of VLSI Design& Embedded System1. VLSI Design2. Embedded System Design2020120553725School of RenewableEnergy & Efﬁciency1. Renewable Energy Systems200525School of Biomedical Engg.1. Biomedical Engineering200525School of Material Scienceand Nanotechnology1. Material Scienceand Nanotechnology200525Total (22 Programmes)40454110568PhysicsSoil Mechanics & Foundation Engg.Structural EngineeringWater Resources EngineeringTransportation EngineeringEnvironmental EngineeringMaster of Business Administration - Two-year Programme90 Seats (60 30**)Master of Computer Applications - Three-year programme90 Seats (60 30**)Ph. D. Programmes - All Departments (Full Time as well as Part Time)*To be started from 2015-16**Self-ﬁnanced seats
Students Strength (during last three 2473864663Admission ProcessB.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology)In the Undergraduate courses - B.Tech. Degree Courses, admissions are made on the basis of JEE (Main) conducted byCentral Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on behalf of the Govt. of India. The Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB)on behalf of all the NITs, other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions(CFTIs) and other Self Financed TechnicalInstitutions(SFTIs)(Including teaching schools/departments of Pvt. Universities) conducted centralized admissions forB.Tech programmes till 2014-15.From 2015-16 onwards CSAB is replaced by the Joint Seat Allocation(JoSAA) by the MHRD for centralized counselingfor all UG and UG PG programmes offered by the IITs,NITs and other CFTIs.Master of Technology (M.Tech.)Admission to M. Tech. degree courses are made on the basis of candidate's score in the GATE examination. Seats areﬁrst ﬁlled by admitting GATE qualiﬁed candidates and then by industry sponsored candidates. Remaining vacantseats are offered to Non-GATE candidates with a minimum of 60 percent marks (55 percent for SC candidates) in theirqualifying examination. While GATE candidates are eligible for a scholarship of Rs. 12,400/- per month, Non-GATEcandidates are not given any scholarship.MBA (Master of Business Administration)Admission for the course of MBA is done through stringent screening process using CAT scores followed by groupdiscussion and personal interview conducted at the Institute.MCA (Master of Computer Applications)The admission to MCA programs are made mainly through (NIMCET) which is a centralized body of all the NITs.Academic Bodies(i)Senate(ii)Standing Committee on Senate Affairs, SCSA(iii)DAC (Departmental Advisory Committee)(iv)BOS (Board of Studies)(v)DRC (Doctoral Research Committee)(vi)Doctoral Committee(vii)Student Advisory Committee
Evaluation SystemCONTINUOUS EVALUATION SUB-COMPONENTS AND WEIGHTAGESUB-COMPONENTWEIGHTAGE %(a)Theory Papers1.Three Class Tests (Two best to be reckoned)2.Teacher's Assessment through viva-voce, Home Assignments,on the Spot tests, Short Quizzes etc103.Class Attendance (L T)*204.End Semester Examination50(b)For Practicals1.Mid Semester Evaluation (to be conducted in regular Practical Classes)202.Teacher's Assessment through viva-voce, short quizzes, reports, Class work etc.203.Class Attendance*204.End Semester Examination40(c)For Seminars, Projects, Training, Comprehensive viva and General Fitness evaluation, the weightagewill be decided by Departmental Review/Academic Committees.10 10 20*The maximum attendance for calculation of attendance component of sessional marks shall be 90% of the totalclasses held.EVALUATION PROCESSWith effect from the batch of students admitted in the year 2003, the Institute has switched over to a Credit BasedSystem of evaluation for all degree programmes.Based on the performance of a student in a course evaluated through class-work, two mid semester examinations andan end semester examination, a letter grade for that course for the semester is awarded to a student.Further, since each letter grade awarded to the student indicates the level of performance in that course, it has anassigned Grade Point for the purpose of computing the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) as given below.
Letter GradePerformanceGrade PointA Excellent10AVery Good09BGood08CAverage06DPass04ERequired to Improve02FRepeat00Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is the weighted average of all the grades and computed as follow:CGPA SCiGi/SCiCi denotes credits assigned to ith course and Gi indicates the Grade point equipment to the Letter Gradethobtained by the student to the i course.A student who earns an E Grade in a course shall have to re-appear in that course in the subsequentexamination (s) and a student who earns an 'F' Grade in a course shall have to repeat that Course.The Percentage of marks of a student can be calculated by multiplying the CGPA of a student by 9.00.Credits Assigned to B.Tech 26.526.027.527.030.027.030.535.0229.5
Scholarships, Awards & MedalsSCHOLARSHIPSScholarshipsNumber awardedYearValue (Rs.)1st2nd3rdFinal2013201220112010TotalMerit Scholarship84845621245Rs 3000/- per annum and a merit certiﬁcatePostmatricScholarship88695621234Rs. 740/- p.m. for Hostellers & Rs. 330/- p.m.for Day ScholarsStates of India98936854313RailwaysP&T, ONGC etc.47382106112Students with full exemption from tuition fee.As sanctioned by the various departmentsand concerned agencies.B.Tech444414744279upto 250/- in form of Academic BooksCentral Scholarship68513417170 1,23,140/- per studentBatchesOthers AgenciesAcademic PrizesPG ScholarsScholarshipAll GATE qualiﬁed eligible and admitted students of M.Tech. Courses are eligible to get 12,400 per month stipend as per Government of India guidelines.Doctoral ScholarshipProgramme35 Scholarships of amount 25000 for JRF and 28000 for SRF for valid GATE/NETqualiﬁed studentsAWARDS & MEDALSSr. No.Name of MedalsRemarks1.B.Tech. ToppersOne in Each Branch of Engineering2.B.Tech. Major Project ToppersOne in Each Branch of Engineering3.Best All Round StudentsTwo (One girl and one boy) of B.Tech. Programme4.Sh. Shyam Sunder Dhingra MedalOverall Topper of B.Tech.5.Dr. R.P. Singh MedalToppers of B.Tech. (Mechanical) 3rd & 2nd Year6.Manohar Award of ExcellenceTopper of B.Tech. 1st Year7.M.Tech. ToppersOne in each Specialization of M.Tech. Programme8.MBA TopperOverall Topper of MBA9.MCA TopperOverall Topper of MCA
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KURUKSHETRAB.Tech. : Undergraduate ProgrammeSr. ProgrammeNo.2008-20122009-20132010-2014Student Students Student Students Student StudentsAdmitted eligible Admitted eligible Admitted eligiblefor awardfor awardfor awardof Degreeof Degreeof Degree1Computer Engineering7661857295792Information Technology6664615188673Electronics & Comm. Engineering110108139104136934Mechanical Engineering1099413092145965Industrial Engineering & Management5445302267546Electrical Engineering10292122102125897Civil 3M.Tech. Post Graduate ProgrammeSr. 2014Student Students Student Students Student StudentsAdmitted eligible Admitted eligible Admitted eligiblefor awardfor awardfor awardof Degreeof Degreeof Degree1Civil Engg. (Transportation )13812819182Civil Engg. (Soil Mech. & Foundation)54131016163Civil Engg. (Environmental)6410715134Civil Engg. (Structural)10613917125Civil Engg.(Water Resources)327617146Computer Engg.2520302622207Electronics & Communication Engg.241826192616
8Physics (Instrumentation)2014201420159Physics (Nanotechnology)18151817131310Electrical Engg. (Control System)18161816221911Electrical Engg. (Power System)1381715252112Electrical Engg.(Power Electronics & Drives)16152317241613Mechanical Engg. (Industrial & Production) 1682120221914Mechanical Engg. (Machine Design)19152320252415Mechanical Engg. (Thermal)15122220252016School of VLSI Design & EmbeddedSystems (VLSI Design)18122418261517School of VLSI Design & EmbeddedSystems (Embedded System Design)0000211618School of Renewal Energy andEfﬁciency (Renewable Energy Systems)00001412Total239177297242369299Other Post Graduate ProgrammesSr. 012-2014Master of Business Administration(Two years, 4 Semester Full Time)823767MCA2Student Students Student Students Student StudentsAdmitted eligible Admitted eligible Admitted eligiblefor awardfor awardfor awardof Degreeof Degreeof DegreeMaster of Computer Application(Three years, 6 Semester Full Time)752009-20128080352010-20139286672011-20148584
Academic OfﬁceProf. Baldev SetiaDean (Academic)Prof. L.M SainiProf-in-charge (Academic)Sh. Pankaj Kumar BayatiDeputy Registrar (Academic)Sh. Gopal Krishan SharmaSuperintendent SG-IISmt. Shashi BalaSr. SuperintendentSmt. Madhu BalaStenographer SG-IIMr. ManojComputer OperatorMr. Rajesh JaswalComputer OperatorMrs. RachnaComputer OperatorMs. RakhiComputer OperatorNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KURUKSHETRAPhone : 01744-233223Email : firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite : www.nitkkr.ac.in
Year B.Tech. M.Tech. MBA MCA Ph.D Total 2012 2911 536 120 258 220 4045 2013 3158 729 125 250 289 4551 2014 3191 740 99 247 386 4663 B.Tech. (Bachelor of Technology) In the Undergraduate courses - B.Tech. Degree Courses, admissions are made on the basis of JEE (Main) conducted by
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