IIT Delhi Launches Interdisciplinary M.Tech Course in Cyber security
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IIT Delhi Launches Interdisciplinary MTech Course In Cybersecurity
IIT Delhi Launches MTech Course: A new interdisciplinary MTech program in cybersecurity has been introduced by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. The Institute's Centre of Excellence for Cyber Systems and Information Security (CoE-CSIA) and the 'School of IT' will teach the new course. Those interested in enrolling in this course can visit the official website at home.iitd.ac.in. The direct link for registration to the MTech program is ecampus.iitd.ac.in/PGADM/login. The registration deadline is April 24. (4 pm). Prof V Ramgopal Rao, Director of IIT Delhi, shared information about the program and encouraged students to apply. The new course aims to pique students' interest in cybersecurity research and train them for a career in the field.
Criteria for Eligibility: Candidates must have passed the Graduate Aptitude Exam in Engineering (GATE 2021) in one of the following disciplines: computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, or electronics and communication engineering. The course can be taken full-time, part-time, or as endorsed candidates separately. Device security, cyber forensics, cryptography and cryptoanalysis, and embedded systems, and hardware security are among the specializations available. A brochure for the new program has been published by IIT Delhi, which contains information about the new course and its applications.
For MTech, GATE is necessary: Candidates for the MTech program should have passed the General Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). Candidates must have passed the GATE exam and have a good background in computer science, electronics engineering, or electronics and communication. For the duration of the program, full-time applicants must live on the IIT campus. A valid GATE score in computer science or information technology is expected of the student. Part-time candidates should be working in an industry or association that is engaged in computer science research or teaching. The nominee must live within a 50-kilometer radius of the National Capital Region. The association should also certify that it has "no objections" to the applicant seeking the degree. System security and cyber forensics, cryptography and cryptanalysis, and embedded system and hardware security are the three main disciplines included in the course.