For UG Courses: (1) Applicants in SPEC mode must appear for a computer-based entrance exam conducted by IIIT Hyderabad. The exam will test applicants on subject proficiency. Subject proficiency test for 60 minutes held in multiple centers across many cities and then short-listed candidates from this exam will have to clear an interview to gain admission. The decision on the final offer of admission is solely based on the interview performance, or (2) candidates need to take and clear JEE Main to get admission to BE/B. Tech courses at this institution.
For PG Courses: Eligible candidates are selected based on performance in the PG Entrance Examination (PGEE) for admission to PG courses.
- Candidates must have cleared both the JEE Main test and the 10+2 exam from a recognized board.
- For Ph.D., candidates must have cleared the post-graduation from the recognized board.
- JEE Main score and JoSAA counseling are used by IIIT Allahabad to determine admission to B.Tech programs.
- The GATE and CCMT counseling are used to determine admission to M.Tech.
- For UG courses at IIIT Hyderabad: Candidates are selected by two modes, (1) through Special Channels of Admission (SPEC) mode and the other mode is JEE Main mode. Let us see these modes:
- Passed 12th class or equivalent with Maths, Physics, and Chemistry and belong to any one of the following categories:
2) Passed or appeared for the +2 exam with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as their subjects with a minimum of 60% marks are eligible to apply for BE/B. Tech courses.For PG courses: Candidates who passed or appeared for BE/B. Tech/ME/M. Tech/B. Arch.,/Masters Degree in either Science or Mathematics or Information Technology or Computers or MCA are eligible to apply for PG courses. Candidates are selected based on performance in the PG Entrance Examination (PGEE) for admission to PG courses.
- Qualified for the UDAAN scheme of CBSE for girls.
- Studied at a Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) at least for the last two years.
- Students who have currently enrolled in the 4th semester of an integrated, 6-year 12th + B. Tech program (after the 10th class), or