Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW) was established in 2013 as a non-affiliating state public university in Delhi in an area of 10 acres in a serene sylvan atmosphere by the Government of NCT Delhi to facilitate and promote technology, research, innovation, incubation, and training among women. Its roots, Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, however, was started in 1998 by the Government of NCT Delhi, and it became a constituent college of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in 2002. Since its elevation to university, it has grown exponentially qualitatively and quantitatively.
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 IGDTUW gave its reports.
Students Intake at IGDTUW Delhi
IGDTUW Delhi Annual Expenditures
IGDTUW Delhi Research Details
IGDTUW Delhi Graduations & Placements
UG Graduations & Placements
PG Graduations & Placements
Ph.D. Research Programme
Median Salary & Top Recruiters
Median Salary of PG Graduates: Rs. 9.5 LPA in 2021, Rs. 8.75 LPA in 2020, and Rs. 9.25 LPA in 2019, respectively.
Students Diversity at IGDTUW Delhi
Facilities on IGDTUW Delhi Campus
Campus Festivals at IGDTUW Delhi
INNERVE is the annual technical festival celebrated for two days where many technical events, competitions, workshops, and guest lectures on various topics are held to induce interest, tease the brain, and bring out the technical prowess of students.
How to Get Admission at IGDTUW Delhi
For PG courses: Candidates who passed the UG course in the respective stream or an equivalent degree from AMIE/AMIETE or M.Sc/MCA with 60% marks need to take the GATE and should get the required score/rank for admission to the PG course.
Fee Structure at IGDTUW Delhi
IGDTUW Delhi Scores by NIRF
Perception: IGDTUW has a good faculty, good infrastructures, 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 4.23%, which accounts to 10% of overall NIRF scores.