ITSAT 2018: Exam Date, Result, Eligibility, Application Form


ITSAT 2017

  • ITSAT stands for ICFAI Tech School Admission Test.
  • This is an All-India level admission test conducted by the ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education, shortly called as IIFHE, Hyderabad. As it is an All India test, it is referred to as ATIT.
  • The test is conducted for admission to the B. Tech courses.
  • This aptitude test is conducted both in online and offline mode.
  • ICFAI foundation has established 11 universities across India.
  • The cities in which the university has its branches are:
  • Hyderabad
  • Dehradun
  • Baddi (Himachal Pradesh)
  • Jaipur
  • Ranchi
  • Meghalaya
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Raipur
  • Sikkim and
  • Tripura
  • The university follows a student-centric pedagogy. She and her branches deliver quality education churning out young engineers. They are prepared in such a way as to face the complex international challenges of the competitive world
  • The teaching methodology followed at the university are listed below:
  • Continuous Assessment & Evaluation
  • Live classes and virtual labs under MHRD’s QEEE Program
  • Industrial Experience through Internship Program
  • Concept Learning through Seminars
  • Skill Development through Engineering and Technical Art Science Courses
  • Workshop practices through Machine Tools and equipment
  • Language Development Sessions
  • Learning through Experiments during Lab Sessions
  • Assignments & Quizzes
  • Project and Independent Study Courses
  • Classroom Learning
  • There are different facilities at the university to provide the best ambience for the students.
  • Some of the facilities include computing facilities, knowledge resource centres, workshop and lab facilities, internship programs, etc.
  • The group focuses on creating leaders of tomorrow in the field of science and technology.
  • To cater to this focus, the university offers B. Tech course at Hyderabad, through the Faculty of Science and Technology.

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