The International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT Bangalore) was established in 1999 as a deemed university at the International Tech Park campus in Bangalore Karnataka with a vision to contribute to the IT world by focusing on education and research, entrepreneurship, and innovation. It is a registered not-for-profit society funded jointly by the Government of Karnataka and the IT industry, and its Founding Director is Prof. Sadagopan. Since its inception, IIIT Bangalore, with its unique model of education, research, and industry interaction, has gained a considerable reputation in academic as well as corporate circles. It works in partnership with the corporate sector while retaining the freedom of an academic institution, therefore, it is inspired by other renowned institutions, and it also strives to excel in an academic culture on par with the best international institutions.
In this analysis, we are going to check out all the details about the institute’s students’ stats, faculty, courses offered, graduation outcomes & placements, median salary & top recruiters, infrastructures, and fees structures. All the details are authentic since we got these from the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) where IIIT Bangalore gave its reports.
Students Intake at IIIT Bangalore
IIIT Bangalore Annual Expenditures
IIIT Bangalore spent Rs. 5.5 crores as capital expenditure in 2021, of which 21.57% spent on procuring books, journals, and e-resources for the library, merely 6.56% spent on buying new equipment and software for quality research, and a whopping 71.87% of its fund spent on the creation of capital assets and other expenditures. In 2020, the capital expenditure was Rs. 8 crores and it was around Rs. 5.7 crores in 2019.
IIIT Bangalore spent over Rs. 32 crores in 2021 as operational expenditure, of which a considerable 63.87% of its funds spent on paying salaries to professors and supporting staff, a modest 34.26% of its funds spent on maintaining academic infrastructures, and the remaining 1.87% spent on conducting Seminars, Conferences, and Workshops. Spending as an operational expenditure was Rs. 28 crores in 2020 and Rs. 27 crores in 2019.
IIIT Bangalore Research Details
As IIIT Bangalore has a good faculty and a better infrastructure, it filed 5 patent applications in 2021 and got 2 patents, filed 4 and got 1 patent in 2020, and filed 2 and got 1 patent in 2019.
As IIIT Bangalore has many distinguished professors and research scholars at its faculty, many big companies are willing to sponsor this institution, and therefore, it received Rs. 64 crores through the 99 sponsored research projects from 79 companies in 2021. In 2020 and 2019, it received Rs. 54 crores and Rs. 12 crores through 74 and 67 sponsored research projects from 62 and 49 companies, respectively.
IIIT Bangalore received Rs. 35 lakhs through 9 consultancy projects from the same number of 9 companies in 2021, and it received Rs. 34 and 51 lakhs through 8 and 9 consultancy projects from the same number of 8 and 9 companies in 2020 and 2019, respectively.
IIIT Bangalore Graduations & Placements
PG Graduations & Placements
Integrated PG Graduations & Placements
PhD Research Programmes
Median Salary & Top Recruiters
Median Salary of Integrated PG Graduates: Rs. 24.2 LPA in 2021, Rs. 17.4 LPA in 2020, and Rs. 14.1 LPA in 2019.
Students Diversity at IIIT Bangalore
Facilities on IIIT Bangalore Campus
Annual Festivals at IIIT Bangalore
YAMINI is a popular annual event where an overnight series of concerts featuring the luminaries of the Indian classical music and dance forms are organized.
How to Get Admission at IIIT Bangalore
For Integrated PG courses: Candidates who passed the +2 exam or any equivalent exam recognized by the state or central board can take the JEE Main exam. Selection is based solely on the candidates’ JEE Main scores/ranks.
Fee Structure at IIIT Bangalore
IIIT Bangalore Scores by NIRF
Perception: IIIT Bangalore has a good faculty, good infrastructures, and a conducive atmosphere, and its graduation outcomes and placements at top companies are also good, however, it has not yet gotten much popularity like first-generation IITs and NITs, therefore it scored 18.8%, which is accounts to 10% of overall NIRF scores.