In a report shared by the IIT Bhubaneswar, it confirms that IIT Bhubaneswar Increasing seat by 70 for its UG programme. the number of seats in all the seven schools of the institute would increase from the existing 420 to 490. These steps will helps the student from Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and women candidates to take admission IIT Bhubaneswar. Of the total number of 70 new seats, 18 seats will be reserved for the EWS quota and 52 seats will be reserved for women. No decision is taken by IIT regarding the seat increase on the PG course.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar was established in 2008, inheriting the brand name IIT. This fact itself charges the Institute not only to be worthy of its inheritance but also to be distinctive and distinguished on its own by scripting a path towards novelties.
The institute offers undergraduate technical courses through seven schools which are basic sciences; earth, ocean and climate sciences, electrical sciences; humanities, social sciences and management, infrastructure, mechanical sciences and minerals, metallurgical and materials engineering.
This decision was taken due to a huge difference that was seen in the male and female participation in JEE Main engineering entrance which impacts the gender balance in IITs. In the 51st meeting of the IIT Council, held on April 28, 2017, it was decided to increase female enrolment in B.Tech programmes to 20% in 2020-2021 and creating supernumerary or additional seats was suggested to be the only option.
In April 2018 first time the IIT Kharagpur had added 779 seats exclusively for women candidates.
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