KIITEE M.Tech 2019: Application, Exam Date & Pattern, Eligibility, Fee StructureKalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), is an institute of higher education that has given wings to a lot of dreams. It is situated in the very capital of Odisha i.e., Bhubneshwar. KIIT is a versatile institute offering a lot of courses to let you explore the innovation and ideas within you. If you wish to take admission in the university, you can do it either through KIITEE (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination) or GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test Engineering).

Have you made your plans? After graduation, are you looking forward to studying further? Do you wish to gain a masters degree in engineering? Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination (KIITEE) is one such platform that will help you take your aspirations to the next level.

This examination is conducted online. For more insight into the university, you can visit its official website

KIITEE 2019 Registration:

Candidates can register through the online available forms by following the procedure mentioned.

Here is a detailed description of how you can register:

STEP 1-  visit the official website

STEP 2-  Fill the online application form by clicking on “Online Application”.

STEP 3 – Go through the instructions carefully.

STEP 4 – fill up the form carefully and after reviewing your details, click submit.

STEP 5 – Upload all the required documents like a passport size photograph, 10th / 12th-grade mark sheet, etc. in the format mentioned in the instructions.

KIITEE 2019 Application Form Details:

As you click on the “Online Application”, a form appears that requires you to fill out the following details in order to proceed with the application:

  • Candidate’s Name.
  • Father’s Name.
  • Mother’s Name.
  • Date of Birth.
  • Qualification: E. or B. Tech. or equivalent Degree (e.g. AMIE, GRADE-IETE etc.) in respective branches of Engineering and Technology with a First Class or equivalent CGPA or First Class MCA / First Class M.Sc. in (Comp/IT/ETC). GATE qualified candidates need to apply.
  • % of marks and year of the qualifying examination.
  • Class X Roll number
  • Class X passing year.
  • Address for communication.
  • Pin Code.
  • Phone number.
  • Mobile number.
  • Email Id.

The format of the application is demonstrated in the following picture.

All of the above fields must be filled in carefully with unquestionable credentials. Any wrong information might get you in trouble during the counseling or admissions.

Important instructions:

  • Retain the photocopies of printed application form for future correspondence.
  • Filled in downloaded application form, should be submitted in person or by post (Registered post, Speed post, Courier) to “The Director, Admission, KIIT, Koel Campus, Bhubaneshwar – 751029, Odisha, India”.
  • No application fee is charged.

KIITEE 2019 Rules and Regulations:

  1. Kaziranga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Examination (KIITEE) is conducted in the fourth week of April.
  2. The examination is conducted online.
  3. Duration of examination is 180 minutes.
  4. Each candidate is allotted a proctor guide.
  5. An extra sheet for rough work is provided.
  6. Candidates are briefed about the examination.
  7. Candidates can log in using the password mentioned on their admit cards.
  8. Before the submission of answers, you can review your answers.
  9. You can mark the answer that you are doubtful about and review it later and then submit the right answer.
  10. When called for counseling, candidates are required to carry their admit card, rank card, 10th pass certificate and mark sheet, 12th pass certificate and mark sheet, B. TECH pass certificate and mark sheet, Gate score (it appeared), a demand draft of the amount mentioned (if any).
  11. E. or B. Tech. or equivalent Degree (e.g. AMIE, GRADE-IETE etc.) in respective branches of Engineering and Technology with a First Class or equivalent CGPA or First Class MCA/First Class M.Sc. in (Comp/IT/ETC).
  12. GATE qualified candidates shall be accorded preference in the process of selection. GATE qualified candidates having Score 400 or above need not sit in the Entrance Examination.

KIITEE 2019 Examination Dates:

The dates mentioned are tentative and are liable to change.

Events Dates
Commencement of online registration 3rd week of November 2018.
Last date for registration Last week of March 2019.
The issue of admits card 2nd week of April 2018.
Schedule of examination 3rd  and 4th of the week of April, 2019.
Display of results the First week of May, 2019.
Counselling 3rd week of May, 2019.

KIITEE 2018 for M.TECH was held between 17th and 20th of April in several cities across the states. The dates were as follows:

Events Dates
Commencement of online registration 20th of November, 2017.
Last date for registration 31st  of March, 2018.
Issue of admit card 1st to 10th April, 2018.
Schedule of examination 17th to 20th April, 2018.
Display of results 26th  of April, 2018.
Counselling 24th  of May, 2018.

KIITEE 2019 Exam Pattern:

  1. Mode of examination: Online.
  2. Type of questions: Multiple choice objectives.
  3. Medium of examination: English Medium.
  4. Marking scheme: 4 marks are awarded for each correct answer.
  5. Negative marking: 1 mark is deducted from the total score, for each wrong answer.
  6. Duration of examination: 180 minutes.
  7. Number of questions: 120 questions.
  8. The questions differ depending on the branch.

The syllabus is branch specific. The syllabus varies depending on your department. The question paper carries 120 questions made out of the respective subjects of the respective branches.

Courses and seats available under M. Tech in KIIT:

Branches                               Courses.
M. Tech in Electrical Engineering a.     Specialization in Power Electronics & Drives.

b.     Power Energy & System.

c.      Power System Engineering

M. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering a.     Specialization in Computer Science & Engineering.

b.     Computer Science & Information Security.

c.      Data Analytics.

d.     Software Engineering.

M. Tech in Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering a.     Specialization in Communication Engineering.

b.     VLSI Design & Embedded System.

c.      RF & Microwave

M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering a.     Specialization in Manufacturing Process & Systems.

b.     Thermal Engineering.

c.      Machine Design.

M. Tech in Civil Engineering a.     Specialization in Construction Engineering & Management.

b.     Structural Engineering.

c.      Geotechnical Engineering.

d.     Water Resources Engineering.

Availability of seats:

The number of seats varies every year depending upon the number of qualified students and admissions. But the stats round up to 1800 plus seats divided among various departments.

More than 500 seats are allotted under the CSE and Mechanical branches. The newly introduced departments like aeronautical engineering and Mechatronics consist of 200 plus seats.

Seats for reserved categories:

Categories Percentage of seats.
Scheduled Castes (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.5%
Physically Challenged (PC) 3%
  • 30% of the seats are reserved for women candidates.
  • All the unfilled seats are further converted into general category seats.

KIITEE Fee Structure:

Tuition fee per semester (in rupees) 35,500
Prospectus fee (in rupees) 600
Refundable (caution/security money)

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Total fee (for two years – duration of M. Tech)

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KIITEE Preparation Tips:

Studying strategically is very important. It saves your time, plus it helps you keep track of the syllabus and time. It is all about working smartly. The first step towards preparing for any entrance examination is making a plan.

What to plan?

What are the things you must keep in mind while planning?

  • Syllabus of the respective exam, you are preparing for.
  • Resources for studying.
  • The time period of preparation.

Keeping your plans in your head sometimes gets clumsy and it affects your assets and hinders your focus. You won’t be able to think clearly unless you have it figured out. How to solve this problem? Noting down your goals proves to be of great help, it gives you an insight.

Now, since you have your goals sorted in front of you, you can easily create an effective timetable.

Set deadlines.

What is the point, if you keep going, and you don’t even complete your syllabus on time? You need to set deadlines on your short-term goals (tasks). You might sometimes miss the deadline, no problem you can always extend the time. This is going to help you in the long run as well. You will get used to complete your tasks in a disciplined manner and on time.

Execute your plan.

All you have to do now is execute the plan.

  1. Practice as many questions as you can.
  2. Start early: you are never too early to start preparation, in fact, the earlier you start, the better it will be, you will have more time to revise the syllabus again and again.
  3. Take regular online mock tests.

Well, you can go around and ask people for suggestions for books, YouTube channel, online content, etc. Every person has a different caliber and they are going to give suggestions, accordingly.

It is a very bad practice, to get going with multiple plans and suggestions in your mind as the saying goes “you will drown if you put your feet in two different boats”. You need to work with the same study plan all along, at your own pace.

How to crack KIITEE M. Tech?

Nothing beats hard work with a little bit of smart work. If you have decided to take the examination, you definitely are determined. All that is needed to crack any competitive examination is:

  • A lot of hard work.
  • Know all or not at all: Having incomplete knowledge is very dangerous, so you either study completely to the core or leave that entire topic.
  • A little bit of smart and strategic planning.
  • Successful execution of the plan.

We hope that we have provided you with all the relevant information. All the best preparing for your examination.