PostGraduate Programmes Offered:
Master of Technology (M.Tech)
 Computer Science and Engineering
 Computer Science and Engineering with specialization in Data Analytics and Software Engineering
 Electronics and Communication Engineering
 Electronics and Communication Engineering with Specialization in Mobile Communication
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
 Computer Science and Engineering
 Electronics and Communication Engineering
 Computer and Communication
 Mechatronics Engineering
 Mechanical Engineering
 Physics
 Mathematics
 Humanities and Social Sciences
Master of Science(M.Sc.)
For Engineering Disciplines
M.Tech in Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering.

 The applicant must have B.E / B.Tech with 60 % marks / 6.5 CPI
or
 M.C.A/ M. Sc. (Electronics/Computer Science) with 60 % marks/ 6.5 CPI and valid GATE Score.

Ph.D. in Engineering 
 Computer Science and Engineering
 Electronics and Communication Engineering
 Computer and Communication
 Mechatronics Engineering
 Mechanical Engineering

 The applicant must have a master's degree in engineering with 60 % marks/ 6.5 CPI
or
 Bachelor's degree in engineering or science (4 year program) with a minimum of 70 % marks/7.5 CPI
or
 M.C.A/ M. Sc. (Electronics/Computer Science) while satisfying each of the following criteria:
(a) a minimum of 60 percent marks/6.5 CPI in the master's degree,
(b) first division in bachelor's degree.

For Physics and Mathematics Disciplines
M.Sc.

Physics, Mathematics.

 The applicant must have a minimum of 60 percent in B.Sc./B.A./B.Tech. or equivalent degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics or a related subject such as Engineering or Physics.

Ph.D. in Sciences 
Physics, Mathematics 
 The applicant must have a master's degree in the relevant subject with 55% marks/ 6.0 CPI
or
 Bachelor's degree in engineering or science (4 year program) with 60% marks/ 6.5 CPI

For Humanities and Social Sciences
Ph.D. in Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS)

Humanities and Social Sciences (English, Economics, Applied Linguistics, Psychology )

 The applicant must have a master's degree in Arts or in an allied field of HSS with 55 % marks/ 6.0 CPI

Admission Procedure :
M.Tech.
Admission is generally offered on the basis of a written test and interview. The Institute will invite a limited number of candidates for a written test and interview based on the academic records and/or GATE score. The Institute reserves the right to use its own judgment while determining the candidate’s level of competency based on the available information. The final selection will be based on all of above, viz., academic records, GATE score, written test and interview. The Institute may also exercise the option of offering admission to a few outstanding candidates based on academic record and/or GATE, without calling them for written test and interview.
Master of Science (Physics) program:
The admission to our two year MSc (Physics) program is directly without appearing in the admission test if candidate qualified Joint Admission test to M. Sc. (JAM) conducted by all IITs or LNMIIT admission test.
Master of Science (Mathematics) program:
 Applicants satisfying minimum eligibility criteria will be called for written test and personal Interview. Date, Time and Venue for the Test and Interview will be notified through Institute website.
 Candidates who have already qualified Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM), will be exempted from written test for admission and will be called directly for personal interview.
 We may also accept the score of international qualifying exam like GRE or an equivalent standard for admission of Indian/foreign nationals.
P.hD.
Admission is generally offered on the basis of written test and an interview as per UGCnorms.
Written Exam Pattern
The question paper will be of one and half hour duration. It will consist of objective and short answer type questions. There will be NO negative marking.
Syllabus for Written Test
 M.Tech. and P.hD. in Computer Science & Engineering
Computer Programming, Data Structure and Algorithms, Operating System, Database Management System, Computer Networks, Discrete Mathematics.
 M.Tech and P.hD. in Electronics & Communication Engineering
 Digital Design Introduction to Digital Design, Number Systems & Codes, Boolean Algebra and Minimization Techniques, Digital CMOS Logic, Combinatorial Circuits & Systems, Sequential Circuits & Systems, Finite State Machines.
 Analog Electronics : Circuit Theory, Network analysis, Opamp, RC, RLC Circuits, Physics of transistors, Characteristics and biasing of BJT, Small signal (incremental) equivalent circuits, CE, CB and CC amplifiers, Difference Amplifier Design, Oscillators and Filters: Bode plots, Clipping, Clamping and other NonLinear OpAmp applications, Power supplies, DAC: Principles and Circuits, ADC: Principles and Circuits.
 Signals and Systems :Linear time invariant (LTI) systems: Discrete and continuous, Fourier representation of periodic signals, Fourier Transform of aperiodic signals, Laplace and ztransform, Linear Feedback Systems.
 Digital Signal Processing Transform analysis of LTI systems, Structures for Discrete Time systems, FIR Filter Design Techniques, The Discrete Fourier Transform and Computational Aspects, Multirate digital Signal Processing, Adaptive signal Processing, Stochastic signals, Wiener Filtering, LMS and RMS algorithms, spectral estimation.
 Basic Analog and Digital Communication
 Probability and matrices
 PhD in Mechanical Engineering :
 GENERAL ENGINEERING & DESIGN :Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, Vibrations, Design.
 FLUID MECHANICS & THERMAL SCIENCES: Fluid Mechanics, HeatTransfer, Thermodynamics, Gas Turbines, IC Engines, Power Plant Engineering
 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING: Engineering Materials, Metal Casting, Metal Forming, Metal Joining Processes, Machining and Machine Tool Operations, Tool Engineering, Metrology and Inspection, Powder Metallurgy, Polymers and Composites, Manufacturing Analysis, Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING: Product Design and Development, Engineering Economy and Costing, Work System Design, Facility Design, Production Planning and Inventory Control, Operation Research, Quality Management, Reliability and Maintenance, Management Information System, Intellectual Property System.
 PhD in Mechatronics Engineering:
 GENERAL ENGINEERING & DESIGN :Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Theory of Machines, Vibrations, Design.
 FLUID MECHANICS & THERMAL SCIENCES : Fluid Mechanics, HeatTransfer, Thermodynamics, Gas Turbines, IC Engines, Power Plant Engineering
 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING : Engineering Materials, Metal Casting, Metal Forming, Metal Joining Processes, Machining and Machine Tool Operations, Tool Engineering, Metrology and Inspection, Powder Metallurgy, Polymers and Composites, Manufacturing Analysis, Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
 MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING : Introduction to mechatronic systems and components. Principles of basic electronics. Microprocessors and their applications, integrated circuits, sensors, actuators, and other electrical/electronic hardware in mechatronic systems. Principles of electronic/system communication. Interfacing. DA and AD converters, software and hardware principles and tools to build mechatronic systems. Design and selection of mechatronic applications to CNC systems, robotics, consumer electronic products etc. Note: The candidates willing to apply for Mechanical Engineering areas can attend the questions related to Industrial Engineering and those with Mechatronics Engineering can attend for the Mechatronics.
 P.hD. in Mathematics
Algebra, Linear Algebra, Real and Complex Analysis, Topology, Functional Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations.
 P.hD. in English Literature
 Chaucer to Shakespeare
 Jacobean to Restoration Period
 Augustan Age: 18th Century Literature
 Romantic Period
 Victorian Period
 Modern Period
 20th Century and Contemporary British Literature
 European Literature from 18th to 20th Century
 New Literatures in English
 American and other nonBritish Literatures
 Indian Writing in English
 Literary Theory and Criticism (up to T.S. Eliot)
 Contemporary Literary Theory
 Culture Studies
 Prosody and Rhetoric
 Literary Comprehension
 P.hD. in Applied Linguistics and ELT
 Applied Linguistics (Structuralism, Chomsky, Halliday)
 Language Acquisition (L1/L2)
 Discourse Analysis
 Fundamentals of Phonetics and Phonological Theory
 Generative Syntax, Semantics and Morphology
 Contemporary English Grammar
 English Language Teaching (Pedagogic Methods, Approaches and Techniques), Critical Theories, Trends and Movements
 Communicative Approach to Language Teaching (CLT)
 Language Testing and Assessment
 Error Analysis, Contrastive Analysis
 English for Academic/ Specific purposes (EAP/ESP)
 Curriculum Designing
 Sociolinguistics
 P.hD. in Psychology
 General Psychology
 Research Methodology
 Psychological Statistics
 Psychological Testing
 P.hD. in Physics
 Classical Mechanics : Conservation of linear momentum, energy, and angular
momentum, Lagrangian, action principle, EulerLagrange equations, Lagrangian
formalism, Generalized coordinates, Hamiltonian, Hamilton’s equations of
motion, Phase space and phase trajectories, Hamiltonian systems and Liouville’s
theorem, Canonical transformations, Poisson brackets.
 Electrodynamics : Electrostatics, Gauss law and its application, Magnetostatics,
Electromotive force, Faraday laws, Maxwell equations, wave equation,
electromagnetic waves in vacuum, wave equation for E and B, scalar and vector
potential, gauge transformations, electric and magnetic field in matter,
Polarization, magnetization.
 Quantum Mechanics : Basic principles of quantum mechanics, Probabilities and
probability amplitudes, linear vector spaces, Eigen states and eigenvalues, wave
function, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, Schrödinger equation, one
dimensional potential problems, linear harmonic oscillator, Orbital angular
momentum operators, spherical harmonics, hydrogen atom problem. Charged
particle in a uniform constant magnetic field, Time independent perturbation
theory, Time dependent perturbation theory, variational methods.
 Statistical Mechanics : First law of thermodynamics, Second law of
thermodynamics, Third law of thermodynamics, microcanonical ensemble,
canonical ensemble, grand canonical ensemble, quantum statistics, phase
diagrams, phase equilibria and phase transitions.
 Mathematical Methods : Orthogonal and curvilinear coordinates, Scalar and
vector fields, Vector differential operators, Gauss’ theorem, Green’s theorem,
Stokes theorem and their applications, Laplace and Poisson equations, Linear
vector spaces and representations, Elements of complex variables, various special
functions, Fourier analysis, Fourier transforms, and Laplace transforms.
 M.Sc (Mathematics)
 Functions of One Variable: limit, continuity, differentiation, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean value theorem, Taylor's theorem, Maxima and minima.
 Functions of Two Real Variables: limit, continuity, partial derivatives, differentiability, maxima and minima, Method of Lagrange multipliers, Homogeneous functions including Euler’s theorem,
 Integral Calculus: Integration as the inverse process of differentiation, definite integrals and their properties, Fundamental theorem of integral calculus. Double and triple integrals, change of order of integration. Calculating surface areas and volumes using double integrals and applications. Calculating volumes using triple integrals and applications.
 Differential Equations: Ordinary differential equations of the first order of the form y'=f(x,y). Bernoulli’s equation, exact differential equations, integrating factor, Orthogonal trajectories, Homogeneous differential equationsseparable solutions, Linear differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients, method of variation of parameters. CauchyEuler equation.
 Vector Calculus: Scalar and vector fields, gradient, divergence, curl and Laplacian. Scalar line integrals and vector line integrals, scalar surface integrals and vector surface integrals, Green's, Stokes and Gauss theorems and their applications.
 Group Theory: Groups, subgroups, Abelian groups, nonabelian groups, cyclic groups, permutation groups; Normal subgroups, Lagrange's Theorem for finite groups, group homomorphisms and basic concepts of quotient groups (only group theory).
 Linear Algebra: Vector spaces, Linear dependence of vectors, basis, dimension, linear transformations, matrix representation with respect to an ordered basis, Range space and null space, ranknullity theorem; Rank and inverse of a matrix, determinant, solutions of systems of linear equations, consistency conditions. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. CayleyHamilton theorem. Symmetric, skewsymmetric, hermitian, skewhermitian, orthogonal and unitary matrices.
 Real Analysis: Interior points, limit points, open sets, closed sets, bounded sets, connected sets, compact sets; completeness of R, Power series (of real variable) including Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s, domain of convergence, termwise differentiation and integration of power series.
 M.Sc (Physics)
 Vector calculus : Coordinate systems in two and three dimensions, Dot product,
Cross product, Gradient, Divergence, Curl, Line integral, Surface integral,
Volume integral.
 Classical Mechanics : Kinematics, Force, Momentum, Work and Energy,
Collisions in Centerofmass frame, Angular momentum, Torque, Rigid body
motion, Central force motion, Harmonic oscillator, and Noninertial Frame Of
Reference.
 Electrodynamics : Basic concepts of electrostatics, Gauss’s law and its
application, basic concepts of magnetostatics, electromotive force, Faraday’s
law, Maxwell’s equations, Electromagnetic waves.
 Quantum Mechanics : Wave particle duality, Photoelectric effect, Black body
radiation, Compton effect, Concepts of wave packets, Heisenberg uncertainty
principle and its application, wave function, Time dependent and independent
Schrödinger equation and its application in one dimension.
 Heat and Thermodynamics : Thermodynamic properties, Energy, work, heat,
laws of thermodynamics and their applications.
 Optics : Wave equation, Plane waves, Electromagnetic waves, Standing waves,
Interference, Diffraction, Lasers
Financial Support
M.Tech. & Ph.D.
Financial aid (Assistantship/Scholarship) is available in form of Teaching and Research Assistantship.
 GATE / NET / SET qualified will get both teaching and Research Assistantship as per UGC norms
 Non GATE/ NET/ SET qualified student will get teaching assistantship. Amount for same will be linked to work assigned.
M.Sc (Physics & Mathematics)
Some assistantships would be available for the students admitted to M.Sc. programme on the basis of merit/selection as part of teaching assistantship.
Major Research Areas
Computer Science and Engineering
 Software Engineering, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Data Mining, Ad Hoc Networks, Distributed Computing, Security
Electronics and Communication Engineering
 Wireless Communication, Microwave and RF Techniques, Signal Processing, VLSI, Photonics Communication
Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
 Thermal and Energy Engineering (Alternate fuels for IC Engines, Cogeneration/Trigeneration, Renewable energy engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer), Production Engineering (Manufacturing Technology, Welding Technology), Mechatronics Engineering
Humanities and Social Sciences
 English: The Literature of the Early Twentieth Century, Postcolonial Studies, Cultural Studies, Film and Adaptation Studies, Modernist Studies, Contemporary Literatures of the Indian Subcontinent, Applied Linguistics, English Language Teaching, English as a Lingua Franca
 Psychology: Health Psychology, Positive Psychology, Organizational Behavior
 Economics  Labour Economics, Developmental Economics, Environmental Economics, International Economics.
Mathematics
 Numerical Analysis, Computational Partial Differential Equations, Singularly Perturbed Problems, Finite Element Methods, Spectral Element Methods, Scientific Computing, Topology and Function Space, Cryptography
Physics
 Material Science and Engineering, High Energy Physics, Particle Physics, Cosmology
ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE
Postal Address (For Speed post and Registered Post only):
The LNM Institute of Information Technology,
Rupa ki Nangal,
PostSumel, ViaJamdoli,
Jaipur302031,
(Rajasthan) India.
Contact Numbers:
For any PG Admission related queries call us on
Tel : +911415191719 / 791 / 792
Toll Free No. : 18001806566
Phone lines are open from 9 AM to 6 PM on working days only.
Fax: +911412689014
Email : pgadmissions@lnmiit.ac.in
Fee structure for academic year 201617
Postgraduate Program M.Tech, PhD/MS and MSc Fee:
Particulars

M.Tech

PhD/MS

MSc

Registration Fee

3,000

3,000

3,000

Tuition Fee

66,000

14,000

14,000

Hostel Fee

18,000

18,000

18,000

Other Fee *

8,500

8,500

8,500

Building Fund **

2,000

2,000

2,000

Total fee for one semester

97,500

45,500

45,500

Yearly (two semesters)

195,000

91,000

91,000

Note:
1). In addition to the above amount following amount shall also be deposit alongwith the fee.
Particulars

Amount

Purpose

a. Caution money from new st

10,000

One time without interest payable, refundable at the

b. Mess (food) charges

14,000

Adjustable on actual basis at the end of the semester

2). All charges are mandatory nothing can be waived off in any circumstances,
3). Alumnai Fee: Alumnai fee of Rs. 2000/ (one time) will be charged from all graduating students,
4). Scholarship payable to elegible students will be decided by Governing Council,
5). All charges are mandatory can not be waived off in any circurmstances except allowed as above,
6). Medical cum Acciential insurance charges shall be charged on actual basis with 2nd semester fee,
7) Same fee will be charged in 2nd semester.
* Other fee includes the following:
Mess, maintenance charges 1,000
Electricity & internet charges 6,000
Students activity charges 1,500
* Building fund  to be kept as reseave for future infrastructure.
Admission schedule for various postgraduate program as follows:
Department \ Program

M.Tech

Ph. D.

CSE

4/7/16

12/7/16

ECE

5/7/16

4/7/16

MME



12/7/16


M.Sc.

Ph.D.

Maths

2/7/16

4/7/16

Physics

11/7/16

8/7/16

HSS



8/7/16
