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B.Tech. in Electronics and VLSI Engineering (EVE)

IIIT Delhi aims to encourage research and innovation in Information Technology (IT) and allied areas. The objective of the B.Tech. program in Electronics and VLSI Engineering (EVE) is to prepare students to undertake careers involving innovation and problem solving using suitable techniques and hardware and software technologies, or to undertake advanced studies for research careers. In order to give due importance to applied as well as theoretical aspects of EVE, the curriculum for the B.Tech. (EVE) program covers most of the foundational aspects and also develops in students the engineering skills for problem solving. Towards this, the B.Tech. (EVE) program at IIIT-Delhi starts with computing and Electronics courses first, and allows the possibility of doing science courses later. Besides being better suited for developing engineering capabilities, it also enables the possibility of students seeing newer applications and possibilities of using computing and electronics in these subjects.

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Program Structure

  • The first semester of the EVE program is common with all - this allows flexibility to students in moving from one program to the other. The second and third semester is common with the ECE program. The fourth and fifth semester of the program is relatively fixed, comprising mostly core courses for the program. From sixth semester onward the program can be mostly flexible, consisting of electives.
    Introduction to Programming Data Structures and Algorithms Circuit theory and Devices Fields & Waves Digital VLSI Design
    Digital Circuits Basic Electronics Embedded Logic Design Integrated Electronics Analog CMOS Design
    Introduction to HCI Computer Organization Signals and Systems Physics of Semiconductor Devices VLSI Design Flow
    Maths I (Linear Algebra) Maths II (Probability and Statistics) Maths III (Multivariate Calculus) Electronic System Design  
    Communication Skills [SSH] [SSH/Advanced Programming] [Open Elective] Technical Communication + Environmental Sciences
    Semester Technical Courses Non-Technical Courses
    Semester 1 Introduction to Programming Digital Circuits Maths I (Linear Algebra) Introduction to HCI   Communication Skills
    Semester 2 Data Structures and Algorithms Basic Electronics Maths II (Probability and Statistics) Computer Organization SSH Elective

Last updated: 14-02-2023