Spread over 66 acres, the IIIT-H campus is bordered by the Hyderabad Central University, Indian School of Business (ISB), TCS-CMC, Indian Immunologicals and Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Development Banking (JNIDB). The campus is sited in the close vicinity of HiTech City Centre. The campus hosts well-equipped, air-conditioned computer laboratories with latest hardware and software, well stocked library with large collection of reference books, text books, technical reports, standards, literature books and CDROMS and over 150 journals/magazines. The institute also houses a digital library, an online archive of useful software, books and tutorial and students can download any permitted software from this resource. The digital library also features textbooks and reference books in the digital format as well along with recorded lectures and most courses maintain an intranet site containing lecture slides and other course material. All computers in the campus are part of an intranet (1Gbps Backbone), which connects all buildings, including the hostels; and a high-bandwidth (8 Mbps) internet is available round the clock. The campus hosts four vegetarian messes (North Mess, South Mess, Mixed Mess and Yuktahar Mess), a canteen which serves snacks, non-veg food and general fast foods, cafeterias that serve juices, milk products and snacks. Other facilities include bank extension counter, ATM machine, stationary shop and laundry services. The sports infrastructure includes facilities for cricket, volley ball, soccer, basket ball, table tennis, etc.
Undergraduate Courses B.Tech Computer Science Engineering (CSE), ECE Postgraduate Courses M.Tech Computer Science Engineering (CSE); Computer Science & Information Security (CSIS); Tech VLSI and Computer Engineering (VLSI and CE); Computer Aided Structural Engineering (CASE); Bioinformatics; Computational Linguistics (CL) MS Computer Science Engineering (CSE); Computational Natural Sciences (CNS); Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE); Computational Linguistics (CL); Civil Engineering (CE); Bioinformatics; MS IT in Building Science M.Phil Computational Linguistics (CL) PhD Computer Science Engineering (CSE); Computational Natural Sciences (CNS); Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE); Computational Linguistics (CL); Civil Engineering (CE); Bioinformatics; PhD Spatial Informatics; PhD Cognitive Science; PhD Exact Humanities; PhD IT in Power Systems Dual Degree B.Tech and MS by Research in Computer Science and Engineering B.Tech and MS by Research in Electronics and Communication Engineering B.Tech in Civil Engineering and MS by Research in Building Science and Engineering B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Computational Natural Science (5 year Dual Degree) B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Computational Linguistics (5 year Dual Degree) B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Exact Humanities (5 year Dual Degree Programmeme) Part time programmemes Part time PG programmemes are for Hyderabad based professionals to join the PG Student Status Programmeme (PGSSP) that allows them to enroll in courses of their interest and helps them acquire knowledge in chosen areas without regard to any degree. Students awarded the PGSSP status can take a maximum of two courses each semester. If they choose, based on their performance in the courses, professionals may be formally admitted into a part-time (or full-time) degree programmeme. The courses taken under the PGSSP scheme will then count towards the formal degree. In case the candidate is interested in part-time research programmemes (MS or PhD), they should additionally meet relevant faculty members and discuss their research plans and/or do a project with them. Outreach Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT)
IIIT-H boasts collaborative arrangements with research groups in universities across the world such as Carnegie Mellon University; University of Illinois; Urbana-Champaign; University of Pennsylvania, University of California, Berkeley; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; University of Washington; University of New South Wales; Brown University
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