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Institute of Informatics & Communication

Information Technology integrates a wide spectrum of knowledge and skill ranging from the design of computer hardware, software systems, and telecommunication to the impact of information technology on society. To achieve this holistic goal the Institute of Informatics & Communication (IIC) was established in 1997 with the following objectives:

  1. To serve as an inter-disciplinary centre for humanities, social sciences, pure and applied sciences and as a nodal point between university and various Institutions/Industries, related to communication and informatics.
  2. To conduct professional/socially relevant post-graduate teaching programmes, independently or in collaboration with various departments on different aspects on communication and informatics.
  3. To conduct research on various aspects of informatics and communication.



: Prof. M:K:Das




Institute of Informatics & Communication
University of Delhi South Campus
Benito Juarez Marg
New Delhi, Pin code – 110021


Dr. Sanjeev Singh, Associate Professor
Deputy Proctor, ICT In-charge
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Dr. M K Das, Associate Professor
Head of the Department
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Das, Prof. Mrinal Kanti

Courses Offered : Master of Science (Informatics)

Eligibility Conditions for Admission

The candidate must have passed from the University of Delhi with any of the following degrees or have equivalent qualification from a recognized University / Institutions with at least 50% marks in aggregate 

  1. Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 scheme (B.Sc./B.Sc.(H)/B.Appl.Sc.) in Physical Sciences or Chemical Sciences or Electronic Sciences or Mathematical Sciences or Computer Sciences or any combinations of subjects with at least two from these disciplines.
  2. B.E./B.Tech. degree in any discipline
  3. Students who are appearing or have appeared in the final examination of the above courses may also apply. However, the results of the qualifying examination must be submitted on orbefore 31st August 2014 failing which the admission will be cancelled.

Number of Seats

The total numbers of seats (including reserved seats) for M.Sc. are 62. *



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* The seats for PH, CWW etc. shall be as per the Univ. norms

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