The following candidates have been provisionally selected for the MSR program subject to verification of data and approval of dean academic.
The following candidates have been provisionally selected for the PhD program subject to verification of data and approval of dean academic.
Update after Programming test: The following candidates have been shortlisted after the programming test.
You all will be called for verbal interviews. For those applying to the Ph.D. program, your interview will be scheduled either on 7th or on 8th July. For others, expect your interview to be scheduled
between 8th-10th July. The interview slot may be anytime from 9 AM to 6 PM. The exact slot will be communicated to you shortly.
The list(s) of shortlisted candidates has (have) been generated using an automated script based on the information provided in the forms filled by the candidates. It is possible for these lists to have errors. The final offer of admission depends on the candidate meeting
the shortlisting criteria given above. If your name does not appear in the list(s) above but you think you qualify the shortlisting criteria above, you should plan on appearing for the test/interview in one of the cycles. NOTE: A candidate should appear for the selection process if and only if he/she meets the shortlisting criteria.
Our PhD/MSR selection will be a two-stage process with details described below.
Stage 1:The first stage will consist of an online programming test where you will be asked to write simple
programs in a language of your choice among the following set of languages: C/C++ , Java and Python. Your program
is supposed to compile and generate the expected output, to score in programming questions.
Stage 2: This will consist of an in-person interview conducted over Microsoft Teams. Stage 2 will consist of basic as well as advanced set of questions
testing your knowledge of core computer science subjects including (but not limited to)
Data Structures and Algorithms, Probability and Linear algebra and Combinatorics,
Boolean Algebra, Operating systems, Architecture and Networks etc. Additionally, the
test/interview will consist of questions testing your basic aptitude/reasoning skills. The
test/interview process will also be geared towards checking your overall research aptitute, your
knowledge of concepts in your proposed area of research, and your ability to do fundamental
research in the area of Computer Science and Engineering.
Here is the rough timeline of how these stages will be conducted.
Stage 1: Programming test on 6th July from 11AM-1PM. Only those qualifying Stage 1 will be asked to appear for Stage 2 .
The programming test will be conducted through HackerEarth. Read the instructions carefully to know the system requirements.
Stage 2: Verbal Interview. Candidates will be appearing for
an online interview over Microsoft Teams on (a) for PhD: either 7th or 8th July, (b) for MSR: either 9th or 10th July.