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Indian Institute Of Technology, Bombay

Situated in Powai, Mumbai, between the Vihar and Powai lakes, IIT Bombay was the second IIT to be established in 1958 with assistance from UNESCO and funds contributed by the Soviet Union. It has a total area of about 550 acres. The annual technology festival of IIT Bombay, Techfest is Asia’s largest science and tech festival, while Mood Indigo is also Asia’s largest college cultural festival that is held in December. Some of the notable alumni of IIT Bombay are Manohar Parrikar (Defence Minister of India), Jairam Ramesh (Member of Parliament), and Bhavish Aggarwal (founder of Ola Cabs). It is, without doubt, among the top engineering colleges in India

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

Situated in Powai, Mumbai, between the Vihar and Powai lakes, IIT Bombay was the second IIT to be established in 1958 with assistance from UNESCO and funds contributed by the Soviet Union. It has a total area of about 550 acres. The annual technology festival of IIT Bombay, Techfest is Asia’s largest science and tech festival, while Mood Indigo is also Asia’s largest college cultural festival that is held in December. Some of the notable alumni of IIT Bombay are Manohar Parrikar (Defence Minister of India), Jairam Ramesh (Member of Parliament), and Bhavish Aggarwal (founder of Ola Cabs). It is, without doubt, among the top engineering colleges in India.

Ranking

Internationally, IIT Bombay has been ranked 179 by QS World University of Rankings. NIRF and Outlook India have both held IIT Bombay at 2nd ranks.

Intake Examinations

  • Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) – Advanced
  • Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED)
  • Graduate Aptitude Test (GATE)
  • Undergraduate Common Entrance Examination for Design (UCEED)

Fees

Courses Average Fees
B.Tech/B.E Rs. 1,08,000 per annum
M.Tech/M.E Rs. 29,400 per annum

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