The EE department offers the following MTech programs:
- Online MTech Program -
Online MTech program For is available to industry professionals who are currently employed. This program is running only in the Micro Electronics & VLSI stream for the current academic year.
- MTech (TA) Program - 2 Year
Students take intensive courses during the first year. In the second year they carry out research activities under the supervision of a professor. Teaching Assistantship(TA) in the form of stipend will be provided for students enrolled in this program, and GATE qualification is mandatory.
- MTech (RA) Program - 3 Year
This program has greater research component than a two year MTech program. The curriculum is identical to the two year MTech program, but it is distributed over 3 years to give greater emphasis on research. Research assistantship(RA) is available for this program. There are two rounds of admission in this program - Aug and Jan
- Self-sponsored MTech Program - 2 Year (SS)
This is a new program started by IIT Hyderabad during the academic year 2020-21. This is a 2-year program with the same course content and structure as the regular 2-year MTech(TA). The only difference is in the fee structure, which is higher than MTech (TA). Fees for this program are roughly INR 20,000 per credit, and for the entire program the cost is around 10 lakh INR (considering 48-52 credits for a typical program). Note that the MTech (Self-sponsored) students are not entitled to any fellowship since GATE qualification is not be mandatory for this program. Please see the brochure below to know the course structure and admission details.
- Sponsored MTech - 3 Year
Available only for industry/IITH project sponsored candidates.
A number of faculty from EE department teach in the Department of Artificial Intelligence which offers BTech and MTech programs in AI & ML. Further information can be found on the Department of AI webpage here.
|Online MTech Program Brochure||Download|
|EE 2 year and 3 year MTech Program Brochure||Download|
|EE Self-sponsored MTech Program Brochure||Download|
|EE MTech Curriculum||Please click here|
|IITH MTech Admission page||Please click here|
|Fee structure and financial aid||Please click here|
|Past placement information||Please click here|
|The EE department reserves the right to conduct a written test and interview even if the applicant has a valid GATE score. The department also reserves the right not to select any candidate if no suitable candidate is found.|
Eligibility for MTech Programs(TA) in EE Department at IIT Hyderabad
Communication and Signal Processing (CSP)
A valid score in GATE-EC is mandatory for this program. The written test and interview will be based on respective GATE syllabus with emphasis on Signals and Systems, Discrete time Signal Processing, Linear Algebra, Probability and Random Processes, Analog and digital communications.
Microelectronics and VLSI (Micro)
A valid score in GATE-EC/EE/PH is mandatory for this program. The written test and interview will be based on respective GATE syllabus with emphasis on Semiconductor devices, Discrete time signal processing, Electrical networks, Digital electronics and circuits, Analog electronics and circuits
Power Electronics and Power Systems (PEPS)
A valid score in GATE-EE is mandatory for this program. The written test and interview will be based on respective GATE syllabus with emphasis on Electrical networks, Electrical machines, Power systems, Power electronics, Control systems, Linear algebra, Signals and systems
Systems and Control (SysCon)
A valid score in GATE-EE/EC/IN is mandatory for this program. The written test and interview will be based on respective GATE syllabus with emphasis on Electrical Networks, Linear Algebra, Control systems, System design, Advanced Control
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AI & ML)
This program is moved to Department of AI for the coming academic year. Please visit for Department of AI webpage for further details
Gate Score cut-offs for Open/General Category EE MTech programsPlease note that this is indicative only. The cut-offs vary from year to year depending on the applications received and the screening criteria.