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IIT Tirupati Opens PhD Admission July 2024 with Institute Fellowships

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Tirupati, 08 April 2024: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Tirupati, an Institute of National Importance, has announced PhD Admission for July 2024 Session.


Types of Research:

Regular (Full-time scholars)


Non-HTRA Category:

  • External
  • Part-Time
  • Internal (IIT Tirupati Staff)



Key Dates: 

Start Date of On-line Application : 13 March 2024

Last Date of On-line Application : 10 April 2024

List of Departments Offering PhD Admission:

Chemical Engineering


Civil and Environmental Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Humanities and Social Sciences

Mathematics and Statistics

Mechanical Engineering


Financial Assistance:  Financial assistance will be provided as per Ministry of Education (MoE) norms. All full time regular scholars admitted to Ph.D. and M.S (Research) programs are eligible for the Half-time Research Assistantship (HTRA) for which:

They should work for 8 hours per week for the Institute to earn this assistantship. The work would normally involve assistance in teaching/research and will be assigned by the Institute.

 Renewal of assistantship every semester will be contingent on enrolment, satisfactory progress in research work and good performance during the preceding semester in the discharge of responsibility as teaching/ research assistant.

 Assistantship for candidates who have qualified through UGC-JRF, CSIR-JRF, ICMR & AICTE etc. will be as per the norms of the funding agency.

For detailed eligibility criteria, how to apply and other details, the candidates refer the PhD Admission Notification, uploaded on the official website of IIT Tirupati.


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