University School of Information Technology

University School of Information and Communication Technology
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Established 1999
Type University school
Chancellor Najeeb Jung
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Anil K Tyagi
Dean Prof. C.S.Rai
Academic staff 50+
Students 900+
Undergraduates 590+
Postgraduates 250+
Doctoral students 35+
Location New Delhi, Delhi, India
Campus Urban
Affiliations GGSIPU
Website USIT Home Page

University School of Information and Communication Technology (formerly University School of Information Technology) is a premier constituent institute of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. The school offers a full-time B.Tech, M.Tech, as well as MCA programs. The admission process is through IPU-CET national level exam in which around 150000 students appear every year(more than 200,000 appeared in 2014). The institute is the first preferred choice of top rankers in IPU-CET exam.[1]

History

Founded in 1999, University School of Information Technology was established by the Government of Delhi as one of the 12 University Schools of Studies under the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.

Admission

Admissions to the 4+2 year B.Tech+M.Tech (Integrated) as well as MCA(SE) program of USIT is done on the basis of merit in an All India Level Common Entrance Test (CET) which is conducted by the university annually.

Industry relation

USIT has a memorandum of understanding with CISCO systems, IBM and Intel.[2] USIT is also the Cisco regional academy for northern India.

The final year students of USIT are placed with the top IT companies like Adobe, Samsung R & D, Naggaro, TCS, Winsol, Impetus, Infogain, Intelligrape,TechMahindra.[3]

Student bodies

USIT has following student bodies:

  • SAiNT
  • IEEE Student branch
  • IETE Student branch

Events and festivals

InfoXpression

InfoXpression is the annual festival of the USIT. It is organized by The Students Association of Information Technology (SAInT).

Neurotrix

Neurotrix is the annual technical festival of the IEEE Student Branch.

LeThAc

LeThAc - Learn Think Act - is the annual Open Source Conclave organized by the IEEE Student Branch.

See also

References

  1. ^ "University School of Information Technology". Ipu.ac.in. Retrieved 2010-11-18. 
  2. ^ http://www.delhieducation.net/Universities/GGSIPU/Schools-Centers.aspx
  3. ^ "University School of Information Technology". Ipu.ac.in. Retrieved 2010-11-18. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Official website of GGSIPU
  • IEEE Student Branch
  • LeThAc

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