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Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior
The Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior (IIITM Gwalior, IIITM-G) is a deemed university and the first Indian Institute of Information Technology established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in 1997. It is located in the city of Gwalior, in the northern part of the state of Madhya Pradesh, India.

IIITM Gwalior was ranked 25th by Outlook-MDRA, in a survey of Top 50 Engineering Colleges in India in 2010. It also secured 38th position in MBA survey done by MBA Universe in 2010. In the same year IIITM Gwalior got A++ grade both in Engineering as well as in MBA from Outlook and Business India respectively. Further this college aims high to get position under top colleges.

History

Committee

In 1992, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) set-up a committee under the chairmanship of Dr. P G Reddy. The team reviewed the scenario in the country with regard to software education and training. It was identified that the total manpower need for the software development, domestic and export, was of the order of 570,000 personnel in 1996 to meet a target of software export of Rs. 10,000 crores. Against this the formal educational system produced only 120,000 personnel. The team recommended setting up of Advanced Information System Institutes on the pattern of IITs and IIMs in the country. A study conducted by the World Bank sponsored in July 1992 also underlined the need for additional manpower in the area of IT and software development.

Beginning

Presently, a number of institutions offer programmes in computer science and technology. However, there was no institution acting in the field of IT and Management.

The All India Council for Technical Education established a working group in 1995 consisting of professionals, academics and others in the areas of IT, management and communications to deliberate on the issues relating to IT and prepare a Theme paper. This group prepared a document underlining thec need for the establishment of a National Centre in the area of IT.

Autonomy

IIITM was established as a centrally funded, autonomous institution registered under the Societies' Registration Act and governed by its board of governors. The composition of the first Society is given in Annexure II. The objectives of the Institute would be to create facilities for education, training, research, consultancy and professional development in the areas of IT and management.

Course structure

The structure of academic programmes contained in the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) document were as follows:

* A 5½ year integrated programme with an entry-level qualification at Senior School Certificate or equivalent leading to a postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology and Management.
* A 2 year postgraduate programme leading to Diploma in Management and Information Technology with entry qualification as a bachelor’s degree in selected areas.
* A 1½ year postgraduate programme leading to Diploma in Information Technology and Management with entry level qualification as a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Electronics or equivalent.

Location

The foundation stone of the institute was laid on Jan 17, 1996.

The institute initially operated from a temporary site in Madhav Institute of Technology and Science Gwalior (MITS). The institute had been provided nearly 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) covered area in the high voltage laboratory complex of MITS without charging the monthly rent with a proviso that the permanent fixtures created should become the property of MITS after IIITM moves to its permanent location. IIITM Gwalior would carry to its new campus all the equipment, furniture, AC and electric fittings and all other items, which are transportable.

This space was remodeled and renovated to create two laboratories for computing and IT, faculty offices, offices for accounts, administration, academic section and two lecture rooms.

Land for the campus

Girls hostel in its construction phase A committee headed by Prof. S. K. Khanna, Chairman AICTE, looked out for a suitable site for the campus at Gwalior and identified one. The Government of Madhya Pradesh allotted land for the campus free of cost, first at the village of Sonjana, nine kilometers on the Tighara Road in January 1996. The Ministry of Environment and Forests did not agree to de-notify this land on as it was shown as forestland in old documents. The Madhya Pradesh Government allocated 61 hectares of land on Morena Road in Village Sewage farm, Gwalior. That land was then transferred to the institute in October 1998. The land is in the foothills of Gwalior Fort and located nearly equidistant from the Gwalior railway station and the airport. One face of the Site is the Morena Road linking Gwalior with National Highway No. 3.

Logo

The National Institute of Design, Ahemdabad designed the logo for the institute. The logo is depicted in Annexure IV.

Overview

Established in 1997, with a financial outlay of Rs. 61.0 Crores (US $14 million) for the first five years, the institute gives education in the field of IT and management.

The institute was accorded the status of Deemed University in the year 2001. The institute campus is spread over 160 acres (0.65 km2) amidst picturesque landscape in the foothills of the Gwalior Fort.

Academics

Campus The institute is located on a 160-acre (0.65 km2) campus at the foothills of Gwalior Fort. It is a fully residential campus with the faculty and students residing at the campus. It houses departmental blocks with Academic block houses LT, SH, library, laboratories and Faculty offices, administrative block and the student hostels. There are three hostels for boys. There are two hostels exclusively for girls. The campus is planted with a large variety of plants including those with medicinal properties.

Academics

Library Prof. V. Ramachandran Vice Chancellor Anna University (2nd from left), head of the UGC team for IIITM in library

The library consists of a main reference library, reading room and digital library. The library has 12,000 references and text books. The library subscribes to journals, periodicals, and magazines in the area of IT and management. The library has videotapes and video CDs for use by the students.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has set up the "Indian National Digital Library in Engineering Sciences and Technology" (INDEST) consortium. This provides students with a repository of knowledge through journals and industrial database like IEEE, EBSCO, CME, ABI/Inform complete, Association for Computing Machinery Digital Library, IEEE - IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL)|IEL[1] Online, J-Gate Engineering and technology, Proquest Science journals and Springer Verlag’s link.

Laboratory

The institute has laboratories required for courses such as Physics, Electronics, and Digital Logic, Engineering Process in addition to other computer laboratories. The institute has computer facilities in the form of dedicated Linux and Windows labs.

IIITM has more than 13 laboratories for disciplines like operating systems, database systems, software engineering, Customer relationship management, Networking protocols and Multimedia. The computer laboratories have more than four hundred Pentium based computer systems from manufacturers such as Compaq, Digital, HCL, and Silicon Graphics.

Labs and research areas

Computational Nanotechnology Laboratory

Chairman Dr. M.M.Buch with Director Prof. S. G Deshmukh and CNTL HOD Dr. Anurag Srivastva at CNTL lab inaugural day

The Computational Nanotechnology Laboratory has the following research areas:

* Quantum information theory
* Carbon nanotubes for IT applications
* Nanoscale effect in CMOS technology
* Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and Nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS)

Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Laboratory (Department of Mathematics)

The research areas for the Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Laboratory are:

* Cryptography applications
* Modeling and simulation using neural network and genetic algorithm (GA) in IT problems
* Modeling of innovation diffusion in marketing problem
* Market return prediction and option pricing model
* Biometric authentication

Very-large-scale integration Design Laboratory

The Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) Design Laboratory research areas are:

* Design of rail structures
* Design of current mode instrumentation operational amplifier (op-amp)
* Low voltage high gain analog structures
* Gain boosting technique
* Power distribution of wireless ad hoc networks with topology control
* An efficient energy saving mechanism for IEEE 802.16e wireless MANs
* Leakage current analysis and reduction techniques for low power VLSI circuits
* Analysis and design of low leakage SRAM[which?] cells
* Noise tolerance enhancement techniques for low power and high performance VLSI circuits
* Performance evaluation of deep submicron logic circuits for low power, low voltage, and high[clarification needed]
* Speed VLSI applications





Academic blocks



Operation Management Lab



Girl's hostel



Communication Skills Lab



Digital logic and Design laboratory



DLD LAB



Modelling and Simulation lab



Networking Lab

Digital Logic and Design Laboratory

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Digital logic and Design laboratory

DLD LAB

Networking and Wireless Laboratory

The Networking and Wireless Laboratory has the following research areas:

* Location estimated routing in mobile ad hoc networks
* Routing in mobile ad hoc networks and wireless networks
* Cooperative routing protocol in mobile wireless sensor networks
* Statistical techniques for detecting traffic anomalies through packet header data
* Performance analysis of a cross-layer handoff ordering scheme in wireless networks
* Distributed spectrum-efficient routing algorithms in wireless networks
* Cross-layer design in mobile and wireless networks
* Game-theoretic approach for exploiting multiuser diversity in cooperative slotted aloha
* MAC/PHY Cross-layer design of MIMO ad hoc networks with layered multiuser detection
* Wireless ad hoc networks with MIMO MMSE receivers
* Joint iterative channel estimation and multiuser detection for MIMO-OFDM and multi-carrier code division multiple access (MC-CDMA) systems
* Channel estimation method for STBC and OFDM systems in high-mobility wireless channels
* Energy aware routing in wireless sensor networks.

Multimedia Laboratory

The Multimedia Laboratory has the following research areas:

* Semantic based image and video processing
* Image compression
* Image restoration
* Image registration
Soft Computing Laboratory

The Soft Computing Laboratory research areas are:

* Artificial intelligence
* Robotics
* Biometrics
* Biomedical engineering
* Signal processing
* Video communication
* Pattern analysis and maachine intelligence
* Bioinformatics
* Animation
* Social network analysis
* Associative rule mining through genetic algorithms
* Solving hard graph problems using genetic algorithms

Software Engineering Laboratory

The Software Engineering Laboratory research areas are:

* Productivity#Productivity_studiesProductivity study and its effect on process delay in software development project
* Effect of current recession on India’s IT industry
* Modeling status and scope of software reuse and its impact on business performance
* Distributed software development
* Lean software production
* Dynamic analysis of countermeasure plan against process delay in IT projects
* Modeling impact of manpower shortage on India’s IT business growth
* Service operations management

E-Business Laboratory

The E-Business Laboratory research areas are:

* Marketing research
* Business process integration
* Customer relationship management (CRM)
* IT enabled services and marketing

Operation Management Laboratory

The Operation Management Laboratory has the following research areas:

* Supply chain management
* Enterprise resource planning (ERP)
* Project management
* Logistics
* Knowledge management
* E-Governance
* Human resource management (HRM)

Hostels

The residential campus consists of three mens hostels with acapacity of 300 students each, and a women's hostel for 150 students, along with guest houses and staff residences for senior professors and other staff.

Sports facilities

The institute has three badminton courts, two lawn tennis courts, table tennis, basketball court, snooker tables, football and cricket ground. An indoor sports complex and swimming pool are under construction. The institute has a separate gym for boys and girls.

Academics

Programs

The institute offers integrated postgraduate, Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of technology (M.Tech) programs. The institute pioneered the concept of a five-year integrated postgraduate programme, which leads to a dual academic certification (graduate and postgraduate). After successful completion of B.Tech students opt for the post-graduate programs on offer in the institute. The choice of degrees is as follows:

* B.Tech (IT)+ M.Tech(IT)
* B.Tech (IT)+ MBA

The institute offers the following specializations in the postgraduate programmes:

* Master of Technology with specializations in (Advanced Networks/Digital communications/Information Security/VLSI)
* MBA (IT Enabled Services/Infrastructure Management/Non-Formal sector/e-Governance)
* PhD under IT and Management.

The first academic programme PGDMIT (now MBA) started in July 1998 at the institute. Subsequently PGDIT (now M.Tech) in 1999, Ph.D. programme in July 2000 and 5-year dual degree PG programme in July 2000 were started.

It also conducts frequent management development programmes (MDP) for professionals in the corporate sector, government departments and educational institutions.

Five-year integrated MBA/M.Tech (IT) programme (IPG)

The institute conceived and developed a new seamless postgraduate education programme offering two degrees (undergraduate and postgraduate) after completion of ten semesters for the pass outs of 10+2 school. The programme structure gives flexibility to students to opt for either MBA or M.Tech (IT) after completion of fundamental courses in Science, Humanities, Management, Computers and IT. The students are exposed to the needs of society and business through their placement in non-governmental organizations and industries at different stages of the programme. The curriculum enables students to undertake independent research through projects and dissertation.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

This programme is of two years duration and is for engineering graduates. it educates in:

* Managing business in areas like finance, marketing, human resources, strategy and operations;
* Providing business solutions in areas like e-Business, technology strategy, enterprise resource planning, SCM,[which?] and customer relationship management,
* Integrating IT with business and determine how best to position information technology in an organization for competitive advantage.

Four MBA programmes are offered in infrastructure management, IT enabled services management, public services management, non formal sector management and e-Governance.

Master of Technology in IT (M. Tech)

The programme offers specialization in: Advanced Computer Networks, Digital Communication, Information Security and VLSI. The program creates competence in:

* Analyzing the needs of IT products and services, and guide them throughout their product life cycle;
* Integrating existing and new technologies for resource optimization;
* Developing IT technologies, solutions and applications to give a competitive edge to the organizations.

Doctoral programme

Ph.D. programme is offered in all core areas of Information Technology and Management and inter-disciplinary areas such as CRM, SCM, ERP Business Intelligence, Data Mining, Decision and information sciences, Knowledge Management, etcetera. The programme has attracted students, and working professionals from industry, academic institutes and government departments. Sixteen candidates have received their Ph.D. degrees and many are at stages of their research work.

Research areas for IT are Software Engineering, Network and Information Security, Human Centered Computing, Mobile Computing and Embedded System Design and for Management, the thrust areas are core business functions viz; marketing, finance, CRM, Business integration (SCM, ERP, etc.), e-Governance, Knowledge management, Business analytics, Risk management, Quality management, and Technology management.

Teaching methods

Exposure to technology and professional and field experiences are brought to students through visiting faculties from the industry and mentoring exercises. The M.Tech students are taught management and similarly, the MBA students are imparted technical knowledge, in addition to their specializations. The system of assessment is credit based and employs continuous evaluation through tests, surprise quizzes, home assignments, laboratory work, industry projects, and presentations.

Learning methods

Emphasis is laid on independent study and self learning, problem solving and providing solutions on live problems. There are lectures and seminars by professionals from industry and research organizations. Research and development activities

The institute is has research and teaching programs which focus on emerging technologies for rendering high tech solutions. Core research areas for IT and Management disciplines have been identified to focus on research, application and user segments. For IT areas, the thrust areas identified are: Software Engineering, Network and Information Security, Human Centered Computing, Mobile Computing and Embedded System Design and for Management.

Seminars, workshops and conferences

The institute conducts international, national and regional seminars, workshops and conferences.

Management Development Programme (MDP)

The MDP centre of the institute has been organizing modular programmes aimed at initiating graduate engineers into professional management, and to help executives and managers keep pace with today’s complex organizations.

Faculty Development Programmes (FDPs)

The Institute has started offering Faculty Development Programmes (FDPs) to refresh and update university and college teachers in the area of IT and Management.

Industrial links

Linkages to industry enompass curriculum design and development, curriculum delivery by industry experts, mentoring of students by CEOs and senior professionals, summer internship projects, final placement and participation by industry executives in MDPs offered by them. Professionals and experts from industry are members on policy and decision making bodies of the institute. The students and the faculty take up industrial and business problems and projects and offer solutions. Joint research projects are also undertaken.

Summer internship

Summer internship, which is of twelve-week duration, after completion of first year of MBA and M.Tech programmes or after fourth year of five year integrated programme, is intended to give students an insight into the practicalities of work in the corporate world. During this period the students undertake projects under the guidance of company executives. Institute faculties closely interact with the students and industry mentors.

The second year students of the five-year integrated programme undergo a ten-week internship with NGOs to provide them the opportunity to understand the needs of people and of the ground realities of India.

Campus placements

Student placements in industry and NGO’s is 100%. The placement in industry is 100%.[citation needed]

Scholarships

Scholarship schemes are available from the Andhra Pradesh state government, and Bharti Foundation. Students from Andhra Pradesh joining the institute for the five-year integrated PG course are eligible for Pratibha Scholarship of Rs. 20,000 per annum of the government of Andhra Pradesh. Bharti Airtel Foundation scholarship is awarded to 2 students (at maximum) of every IPG batch based on their annual family income and their past academic performance. Scholarship is subjected to a maximum of Rs. 25,000 per semester.

International collaborations

The institute has collaboration with organizations outside the country. The objectives of such collaboration are faculty and student exchange programmes, joint research, seminars, web based distance learning programmes to provide business solutions to industry problems. Several of the students have taken up research projects as part of curriculum with the following sponsoring
 
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