Indian Institutes of Information Technology

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Indian Institutes of Information Technology is located in India
Gwalior(IIITM-G)
Gwalior
(IIITM-G)
Jabalpur(IIITDM-J)
Jabalpur
(IIITDM-J)
Allahabad(IIIT-A)
Allahabad
(IIIT-A)
Kancheepuram(IIITDM-K)
Kancheepuram
(IIITDM-K)
Sri City(IIIT-SC)
Sri City
(IIIT-SC)
Kerela(IIITM-K)
Kerela
(IIITM-K)
Guwahati(IIIT-G)
Guwahati
(IIIT-G)
Kolkata(IIIT-K)
Kolkata
(IIIT-K)
Kota(IIIT-K)
Kota
(IIIT-K)
Vadodara(IIIT-V)
Vadodara
(IIIT-V)
Srirangam(IIIT-S)
Srirangam
(IIIT-S)
Location of the 4 MHRD Funded IIITs (Green) and 6 PPP IIITs (Red).

Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) are a group of institutes of higher education in India, focused on information technology. They are established, funded and managed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.[1] Indian Government is likely to approve the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Bill that seeks to give IIITs administrative autonomy and uniformity and set up 20 more such schools on a public-private partnership (PPP) model.[2][3] Admissions into undergraduate programmes in IIITs are through the Joint Entrance Examination JEE.

The technical education system in the country can be broadly classified into three categories – Central Government funded institutions, State Government/State-funded institutions & Self-financed institutions.

List of IIITs[edit]

  • Setup on Public Private Partnership by MHRD, respective State Governments and Industry Partners.

Proposed new Institutes[edit]

As per the Budget 2011, twenty more IIITs under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model, are to be launched soon for every major state of India. Nasscom recently submitted a detailed project report to the Government of India on the establishment of new IIITs.[15]

Each of the IIITs has been proposed to be set up as a fully autonomous institution, through the PPP model. The partners setting up IIITs will be the ministry of human resource development, the governments of respective states where each IIIT will be established and industry members. The report suggests that private organisations should play an equal or slightly greater role in bringing investment for the new IIITs. According to former director Chandresh Chauhan, IIITs are not to be confused with IITs because the two institutions offer completely different focuses.

The addition of new IIITs as Institutes of National Importance is proposed under The Institutes of Information Technology Bill 2010.[16] As of June 2011 the bill was not approved yet.[17]

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