Name of the program:
Master of Technology in Communication and Signal Processing (CSP).
The duration of this program is two years. Each year consists of two semesters, summer and winter terms.
Credits to be earned:
The students have to earn minimum 70 to maximum 72 credits for the degree of Master of Technology in Communication and Signal Processing. Credit distribution details can be found the Course structure tab of this webpage.
Number of seats:
Total intake is 24. There will be seat reservation as per Institute norms.
The award of assistantship shall be in accordance with prevailing norms of the Institute.
Students admitted to these degree programs are required to stay in campus and to participate and complete all requirements of the program.