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IIITB introduced a 5 year Integrated M.Tech. (iMTech) programme from 2012 onwards. The Integrated M.Tech. program is a 5-year integrated program intended for students who have completed or are completing Plus Two (or equivalent). At the end of five years of the program, successful students get dual degrees of B.Tech and M.Tech.


The iMTech ECE is a ten-semester program where the first eight semesters constitute academic course work. During the ninth semester, a student is expected to work on a project at the Institute or take advanced courses which will help students to pursue higher studies. In the 10th semester, the student may opt for thesis or internship in a well-recognized organization.

The courses in iMTech ECE cover wide range of core topics including Circuit theory, Digital Communication, Microprocessor and microcontrollers, Computer Architecture, Digital Design, Computer Networking, Operating systems, and current technology topics such as Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, ASIC design, Processor Architecture, VLSI subsystems, Robotics, Real time operating systems and many others. ECE students also spend lot of time in labs for their course work. The Institute has always offered the best possible lab facilities with 18-20 hours access to the students. The ECE curriculum also has a mix of General courses such as English, Technical communication, Economics, and others. Students also study 3 courses on applied Maths, and a course on Engineering physics to have strong understanding of science and engineering. At the end of the five years, students are expected to specialize in more than one streams from the listed: AIML (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning), TSCD (Theory and Systems for Computing and Data), NC (Networking and Communication), VLSI (VLSI Systems), and DT (Digital Society).


iMTech ECE students are placed in high profile jobs including Qualcomm, Samsung, Intel, and others. On Research side, students have secured Ph.D. offers from Penn State, McGill University, and many other university's in the past.