Undergraduate Admissions – Gujarat Category

Admission to the UG Programs for the academic year 2023-24 is closed.

For 2024-25 admissions, details will be available shortly.

Registration and document verification at DAIICT campus for confirmed candidates  09 August 2023
Orientation Program 10-11 August 2023
Commencement of classes 14 August 2023

The Orientation schedule can be found: here

Total number of seats under Gujarat Category: 145

  • B.Tech. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – 84
  • B.Tech. (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science – 30
  • B.Tech. Mathematics and Computing – 17
  • B.Tech. Electronics and VLSI Design – 14

Information & Communication Technology (ICT) embodies the convergence of Computer and Communication systems and has obtained wide acceptance as a distinct discipline. ICT is considered to be a discipline dealing with accessing, storage, processing, transmission, reception and display of information, primarily using digital systems and techniques. The curriculum in the B.Tech. (ICT) program tries to address the optimized convergence of existing Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) as well as Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) disciplines by identifying the broad areas of performance capabilities. It is also expected that B.Tech. (ICT) graduates would enjoy a special niche only if they have certain performance capabilities not found in conventional CSE and/or ECE graduates. For details of the program click here.

Computational Science is concerned with constructing mathematical models, simulating and quantitative analysis techniques, and using computers to analyze and solve scientific problems with applications in engineering and social sciences. In Computational Science, unlike the traditional theoretical and experimental approaches, scientists and engineers gain understanding mainly through the analysis of mathematical models implemented on computers. Typically, these models require massive amounts of calculations and are often executed on high performance computing backbone consisting of supercomputers or distributed computing or several inter-connected clusters of workstations and personal computers. The curriculum in B.Tech. (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science aims to provide expertise to the students in techniques involved in modelling and simulation of complex and large scale systems, implementation on computers through parallel and high performance computing techniques and finally analysis and visualization of these large scale data sets. Further details of the program are available here

To complete the B.Tech. (Honours) in ICT with minor in Computational Science Program successfully, the students have to take additional 18-24 credits worth of courses besides the usual ICT courses. The student must obtain a minimum CPI of 6.5 after completion of third Semester to continue in the program failing which she/he will be moved to the B.Tech. (ICT) Program. The students who have obtained a CPI of 7.5 and above may apply at the end of the third Semester for transfer to the B.Tech. (Computational Science) Program and the transfer will be granted only subject to availability of seats and in descending order from the highest CPI obtained.

Mathematics and Computing (MnC) is a fusion of Mathematics and Computer Science that has obtained wide acceptance as a distinct discipline over the past few years. It arises out of dealing with Mathematics as a fundamental tool in computing and with Computing as a primary component of mathematical problem solving. The program has been specially designed to meet the increasing needs of professionals who would be able to respond to the convergence between mathematical and computational problem solving.

The program aims at expanding the mathematical, algorithmic and computational thinking of students and at providing sufficient and solid foundation for skill development in MnC. A strong mathematical foundation would enable the study and analysis of abstract concepts and to model many real life problems mathematically, algorithmic thinking would provide ways to solve these mathematical problems in an automated way and computational thinking would allow for evaluating the efficiency of these solutions. The program aims to provide exposure to the students who wish to build a professional career in MnC, working at the cutting edge of technology, research and development. On successful completion of the program, the students would have acquired essential theoretical, technical and practical knowledge for solving real-world problems, and will have the ability to demonstrate excellent analytical, logical and problem solving skills. The students would have also acquired social and ethical attributes that would enable them in applying their skills for societal needs with effective communication both orally and in writing. For details of the program click here

The program brochure can be found here.

Electronics and VLSI Design (EVD)

Semiconductor Integrated Circuit (IC), also called microchip, or chip is in which thousands or millions of tiny resistors, capacitors, diodes and transistors are fabricated and connected together. The IC can function as an amplifier, oscillator, timer, counter, microprocessor or microcontroller and is the backbone of modern electronics and computing. The field of Electronics and Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits (VLSI) Design embodies many of the key skills relating to IC design and electronic systems engineering and involves the development of embedded computers found in innumerable modern products. Electronics and VLSI Design (EVD) engineers design hardware and software, integrating digital and analogue electronics, circuit theory, networks and programming. These engineers design everything from portable consumer electronics to advanced computer systems, creating the next generation electronic systems. EVD Engineering students focus on developing circuits and systems, specifically embedded computers that we find in almost every system ranging from trains, airplanes, rockets, radar systems, drones, modern medical equipment and cell phones. They refine their skills to formulate, design, and implement real-time embedded systems for the industry. Our B.Tech. in EVD degree is a cutting edge course, allowing the students to choose from a wide range of modules based on digital and analogue integrated circuit designs. This is an interdisciplinary program, allowing students to take various courses and two separate pathways specializing in Electronic System Design or VLSI Design.

For more details of the program, click

The program brochure can be found here.

B.Tech. (UG) 2019-23 Batch

Placement Statistics:

Highest Package: 82.00 LPA

Median Salary: 20.25 LPA


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*Updated till 01st March 2023

At the time of counselling an amount of Rs. 1,27,500 (Rs. 1,02,500 towards Tuition Fee for the First Semester and Rs. 25,000 towards Caution Deposit) is to be paid. Subsequently, fees are charged semester-wise, with the registration at the beginning of each semester.

Tuition Fee Rs. 1,02,500 per Semester
Registration Fee Rs. 2,500 per Semester
Examination and Semester Grade Report Charges Rs. 1,500 per Semester
Caution Deposit Rs. 25,000 (Refundable at the end of the Program)
Hostel Rent Rs. 23,000 per semester
Food On actuals. There are multiple food options available in the campus (The expense will be approximately Rs. 5,500 per month)

For B.Tech. (EVD)

Value Added Course 1 Fee:

A value added course - SHILP (on Device Fabrication and Characterization) with CEERI Pilani is scheduled in Summer Break after the 2nd semester for B.Tech. (EVD) students. The fee for this value added course is Rs. 15,500 and to be paid along with the 2nd semester tuition fee.

Value Added Course 2 Fee:

To support the Digital IC Design and Tape Out in the fourth semester, a value added state-of-the-art Industrial Skill Development Course on VLSI Chip Design & Fabrication is scheduled in the semester. The important takeaway is to provide hands-on training that will give students an in-depth understanding of fabrication, process, and characterisation, nurture their technical skills, gain practical experience in product development and make them industry-ready.
The fee for this value-added course that will support the student to get fabricated chip from a Chip foundry, is around Rs. 25,000 per student and it is to be paid along with the fourth-semester tuition fees.

Additional value added courses if organized by the institute, the details about the corresponding course and fee will be intimated to the students well in advance.

*Subject to Revision

Education Loan

The Institute will facilitate the students to avail educational loan from selected Banks. The bank officials will be present on campus at the time of registration of admitted students so as to enable the students to obtain details on procedures and terms and conditions of the loan. The students can also avail loan from banks of their choice and in either of the case; the Institute will extend support in completing the loan documentation process.

Financial Support

The Institute provides financial support in the form of scholarships to eligible students as per details given below.

DA-IICT Scholarships

A few students admitted to the programs are awarded merit scholarships equivalent to full tuition fees. The Institute shall draw a list of students eligible for merit scholarship based on the admission ranks drawn from Gujarat and All India Categories separately. In addition, five merit-cum-means scholarships are offered to the students with highest ranks subject to a means test.

Mukhya Mantri Yuva Swavalamban Yojna, Government of Gujarat

The admitted B.Tech students are encouraged to apply for the ‘Chief Minister Scholarship Scheme’ of the Government of Gujarat. The Scheme provides financial support to bright and needy students.

Seats under Gujarat Category will be filled as per the guidelines of ACPC. The candidate has to apply to ACPC, GoG, separately.

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The information on admissions 2023 provided are to inform the prospective candidates about the programs and activities of DA-IICT and are subject to change from time to time.

The candidates will be bound by the rules and regulations of the Institute as applicable during their course of study at DA-IICT. Students who have failed to achieve the minimum required academic performance at the end of second or fourth semester shall be discontinued from the Institute. Disputes, if any, relating to admission shall be subject to Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India jurisdiction only.

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