Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai



Indian Institute of Technology, Madras is among the premier institutes of engineering and is located in Chennai, formerly called Madras. IIT Madras has a residential and self- contained campus of nearly 360 faculty, 4000 students and 1250 administrative and supporting staff. IIT M covers an area of 250 hectares and is carved out from the Guindy National Park and has a large population of chital (spotted deer) and black buck.

IIT Madras has 15 academic departments and a few advanced research centres in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences, with nearly 100 laboratories organised in a unique pattern of functioning.

IIT Madras offers following courses:
  • Bachelor of Technology (B Tech)
  • Dual Degree programmes in Engineering leading to B Tech and M Tech degrees
  • Master of Technology (M Tech)
  • Master of Science (M Sc)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Science by Research (MS)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)



Last Updated on 11/2/2011





     


     

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