PGDBA on IIT Kharagpur and its Courses, Cutoff
PGDBA in IIT Kharagpur – By delivering a cutting edge interdisciplinary educational experience to graduate applicants with an aspiration of building a career in this field, the Post Graduate Diploma in Business Analytics (PGDBA) – jointly offered by IIM Calcutta, IIT Kharagpur and ISI – aims to help shape the emerging profession of business analytics.
Targeted at creating business analytics professionals employable by leading Indian and foreign firms, PGDBA is a two-year full-time residential diploma programme. For those who have an analytical mindset, this programme is designed and people who are interested in tackling challenging business problems, and possess an inclination towards mathematics.
By reputed faculty members at the campuses of three globally renowned institutes, some of the salient features of the programme include courses are taught with hands-on business analytics training at a related company, continuous interaction with industry leaders throughout the course of the diploma programme, and the availability of placement opportunities at all the three institutes jointly offering this programme.
Courses at IIT Kharagpur
There are 146 courses in total at IIT Kharagpur and some of them are listed below.
- Computer Science Engineering.
- Mechanical Engineering.
- Civil Engineering.
- Electronics & Communication Engineering.
- Aeronautical Engineering.
- Aerospace Engineering.
- Information Technology.
- Electrical Engineering.
Infrastructure at IIT Kharagpur in brief
Covered under one umbrella, the Central Research Facility is an integrated facility for all students at IIT Kharagpur to carry out their research activities centrally.
Broadly classified into two divisions, this facility has
- Materials Science Division
- Life Science Division
Each laboratory is under the supervision of a designated faculty member from the Institute and there are around 36 laboratories in the CRF complex
At different length scales (sub-nanometer to the millimetre), the equipment housed in these laboratories is used for various types of characterization including the study of the structure and chemical composition of surfaces and bulk materials phase transitions, as well as evaluation of mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties.
For the IoT paradigm, the laboratory on Security of IoT aims to design, evaluate, and deploy the essential communication and security mechanisms. The internet security protocol currently rests on a widely trusted set of cryptographic algorithms. But for the functioning of the application scenario, something which is not always available in the context of IoTs, a significant amount of resources such as processor speed and memory are expected.
By considering new hardware security primitives and to discover new verification techniques to evaluate security against powerful side channels, and provide much-needed trust to the users against powerful adversaries, researchers at the laboratory plan to undertake a fresh approach. The laboratory is collaborating with DRDO, CDAC-Bangalore, Wipro, ISEA, Masaryk University (Czech Republic).