B.Tech. Engineering Technology

The technology of this age is truly interdisciplinary. Technologists with a multi-domain perspective have an advantage over the specialists and such graduates are sought-after by the engineering enterprises.

The seven-semester B.Tech. Engineering Technology programme under the Work Integrated Learning Programme for working professionals is designed to provide this advantage to the learners. The programme provides a broad intellectual foundation in contemporary technologies while developing the relevant engineering fundamentals and introduces the important methods of technology practice.

B.Tech. Engineering Technology is a BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programme (WILP). BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programmes are UGC approved.

Admissions Open. Last date to apply is June 14, 2021. For detailed programme information, download the brochure below.

Option to pay fees using easy EMI option with 0% interest

WILP programs are

UGC approved

Easy EMI Option With

0% Interest

Last Date To Apply

June 14, 2021

Fees per semester

INR 57,750

Programme Highlights


  1. B.Tech. Engineering Technology is a BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programme (WILP). BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programmes are UGC approved..
  2. Learn without a career break with online classes conducted on weekends or after-business hours.
  3. Lectures conducted by BITS Pilani faculty and experienced industry professionals.
  4. Contact-less and safe Online exams facility.
  5. Build expertise in Engineering Materials, Mechanical Technology, Engineering Design, Materials Management, and more
  6. Advance your knowledge through electives such as Additive Manufacturing, IoT in Manufacturing, Mechatronics & Automation, Connected Cars, and more
  7. Learn to use contemporary computation tools such as PTC Creo, MATLAB, Flownex, LabView, MultiSim, FlexSim, Afdex, Zcastpro, and Remote Lab on Fluid Mechanics
  8. The Project in the final semester enables participants to apply concepts and techniques learnt during the programme.
  9. Become members of an elite & global community of BITS Pilani Alumni.
  10. Option to submit fee using easy-EMI with 0% interest.

UGC Approval

BITS Pilani is an Institution of Eminence under UGC (Institution of Eminence Deemed to be Universities) Regulations, 2017. The Work Integrated Learning Programmes (WILP) of BITS Pilani constitutes a unique set of educational offerings for working professionals. WILP are an extension of programmes offered at the BITS Pilani Campuses and are comparable to our regular programmes both in terms of unit/credit requirements as well as academic rigour. In addition, it capitalises and further builds on practical experience of students through high degree of integration, which results not only in upgradation of knowledge, but also in up skilling, and productivity increase. The programme may lead to award of degree, diploma, and certificate in science, technology/engineering, management, and humanities and social sciences. On the recommendation of the Empowered Expert Committee, UGC in its 548th Meeting held on 09.09.20 has approved the continued offering of BITS Pilani’s Work Integrated Learning programmes.

Programme Curriculum

Participants need to take at least 24 courses towards coursework, and complete one Project/ Dissertation. The coursework requirement for the programme would consist of a set of core courses and electives. Core courses are compulsory for all participants, while electives can be chosen based on individual learning preferences.

  • Electrical & Electronics Technology
  • Calculus
  • Engineering Materials
  • Computer Programming
  • Probability & Statistics
  • Linear Algebra & Optimization
  • Engineering Measurements
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Manufacturing Processes
  • Engineering Design
  • Production Planning & Control
  • Maintenance & Safety
  • Instrumentation & Control
  • Materials Management
  • Essentials of Project Management
  • Plant Layout & Design
  • Quality Control, Assurance & Reliability
  • Elective 1
  • Elective 2
  • Elective 3
  • Principles of Management
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Elective 4
  • Elective 5
  • Project Work
  • Energy Management
  • Environmental Pollution Control
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems
  • Manufacturing Excellence
  • Mechatronics & Automation
  • Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
  • Management Information Systems
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • IoT in Manufacturing
  • Connected Cars
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Learning Methodology

ATTEND ONLINE LECTURES OVER WEEKENDS

Lectures are conducted live via online classes. These lectures can be attended via the internet using a computer from any location. These online classrooms offer similar levels of interactivity as regular classrooms at the BITS Pilani campus.

Classes for students admitted during the period May-Jun 2021 will begin in Jul/Aug 2021. The class schedule is announced within 1 week of completion of the admission process.

The online lectures are conducted usually over weekends for a total of 7-8 hours per week. If you miss a lecture, you can also access the recorded lecture on the internet.

DIGITAL LEARNING

Learners can access engaging learning material at their own pace which includes recorded lectures from BITS Pilani faculty members, course handouts and recorded lab content where applicable.

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT

Continuous Assessment includes graded Assignments/ Quizzes, Mid-semester exam, and Comprehensive Exam. Online Exams facility available.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

The programme emphasises on Experiential Learning that allows learners to apply concepts learnt in the classroom in simulated, and real work situations. This is achieved through:

  • Simulation Tools, Platforms & Environments: Some or all of the following would be utilised across the programme.
    • Simulation environments for Circuits such as LabView & MultiSim
    • Modelling & Analysis using PTC Creo & MATLAB
    • Thermal Engineering concepts using Flownex Simulation tool and Fluid Mechanics Remote Labs
    • Manufacturing process simulation using Afdex & Zcastpro
    • Manufacturing management using FlexSim
CASE STUDIES AND ASSIGNMENTS

Carefully chosen real-world cases & assignments are both discussed and used as problem-solving exercises during the programme.

DISSERTATION/ PROJECT WORK

The seventh semester offers an opportunity for learners to apply their knowledge gained during the programme to a real-world like complex project. The learner is expected to demonstrate understanding of vital principles learnt across semesters and their ability to successfully apply these concepts.

Online Labs & Remote Labs

VIRTUAL LAB

The Virtual Lab is a cloud based simulation space, where participants can design, develop and test solutions for industry scale problems. The lab hosts a range of popular software tools that can simulate the complete spectrum of engineering processes to the accuracy and precision of real-life. The lab is open 24x7, 365 days with a live support.

Industrial Engineering Virtual Lab
Manufacturing management is a 3D simulation platform that models, simulates, predicts, and visualizes systems in manufacturing, material handling, healthcare, warehousing, mining, logistics, etc. Participants can use the Industrial Engineering Virtual Lab to perform experiments such as Lean Manufacturing, Flexible Manufacturing Systems, and Operations Management.

Engineering Design Virtual Lab
Engineering Design Virtual Lab helps in understanding the implementation of various design process approach involves in all level of design, assembly, drafting and analysis of components to the real-world problems. Through the Engineering Design Virtual Lab, participants can perform experiments such as; Developing different mechanical parts and assemblies with various design needs, Create assemblies with kinematic and constrain basis.

Metal Forming Virtual Lab
Advanced metal forming technology yields high productivity of mechanical parts, allowing mass production. However, development of metal-forming processes takes a great deal of time and cost. Virtual lab contribute for improving process design and engineering of all forming processes with short span of time. Participants can use the Metal Forming Virtual Lab to perform experiments such as Simulation of cold and hot forging process, Die structural analysis.

Heat Treatment Virtual Lab
In this lab users can enter the heating, cooling and tempering heat treatment cycle for virtually treating complex geometry for a defined period of time. Users are allowed to graphically evaluate microstructure property changes and predict the abnormalities likely to occur during the cycle. Participants can use the Heat Treatment Virtual Lab to perform experiments such as Annealing process of a forging die, tempering process of a test specimen.

Machining Virtual Lab
Development of metal cutting processes, tool design, cutting parameters and controller settings takes a great deal of time and cost. Virtual lab contribute for improving process design and engineering of all CNC metal removal processes with short span of time. Participants can use the Machining Virtual Lab to perform the experiments such as 3 & 5 Axis machining with Siemens, Fanuc, Haas, and Mitsubishi controllers, turning with Fanuc & Siemens controller.

Circuits Virtual Lab
Creating complex layer of Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) with varying level of circuits requires great understanding of technologies related to electrical and electronics. Circuits’ virtual lab provides the users to simulate complex circuits and prototype the PCBs. Participants can use the Circuits Virtual Lab to perform experiments such as Simulate and plot the characteristics curves of RC, RLC, single phase transformers, and capacitors, Simulate the circuits and logics in Multisim and implement with Labview interface.

Virtual Lab using Matlab
MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and proprietary programming language. Matlab is used for computer programming, mathematical modelling such as geometry, dynamics & robotics, and MIL simulations. Participants can use the Virtual Lab using Matlab to perform experiments such as Computer programming experiments, Model in the loop & hardware in the loop testing using Simulink.

LabVIEW Virtual Lab
Virtual lab using Labview provides the users to create a virtual hardware interface for any engineering application that requires test, measurement and control and provide PC based data acquisition boards and simulate the digital circuits. Participants can use the LabVIEW Virtual Lab to perform Engineering Measurements related experiments, and Instrumentation and control related experiments.

Thermal Engineering Virtual Lab
Thermal simulation enables to study how systems will behave in the real world, where fluid is the driving factor. Virtual lab which relays the overall effect of changing specific properties on components, allowing users to examine extensively all possible variations in the design and optimization of systems. Participants can use the Thermal Engineering Virtual Lab to perform the experiments with pumps, turbines, valves, composite pipes, fluids, gasses and other flow related components, thermodynamic components.

Automation Studio Virtual Lab
Automation Studio offers intuitive design, animation, simulation and system analysis functionalities in a versatile and user-friendly environment in Mechatronics and Automation domain. It allows students to build and select their mechatronics circuits including hydraulic, pneumatics, electronic, electrical, PLC and combination of these elements. Participants can use the Automation Studio Virtual Lab to perform experiments such as PLC programming for specific automation processes, Hydraulics and pneumatics circuit simulation using different control valves.

REMOTE LAB

Through the Remote lab, participants can perform controlled experiments from anywhere in the world. The IoT enabled lab equipments and the integrated remote access network makes this possible. The lab is open 24x7, 365 days. Remote Lab is one more attempt by the work integrated learning programs division of BITS Pilani to bring the campus learning experience to the working professionals complementing their work-life-learning balance.

Synchronous Motor Setup
This equipment includes the synchronous motor and single phase alternator setup. Participants are allowed to interact with the motor by varying the frequency and record the responses. Participants can perform experiments such as calibrating the motor with the frequency inputs, Alternate residual voltage test.

Asynchronous Motor Setup
This equipment includes the asynchronous motor and DC generator setup. Students are allowed to interact with the motor by varying the frequency and record the responses of the motor. Participants can perform experiments such as Load test with variable frequency drive, No load and open circuit test.

DC Motor Generator Setup
This equipment includes the DC motor and three phase alternator setup. Students are allowed to interact with the motor by varying the armature voltage and record the responses of the motor. Participants can perform experiments such as Speed control of DC motor, Residual voltage and speed vs. power test

Experiments with Liquid Level Control
This experimental unit is designed for the purpose of various modern control methods laboratory testing and applications. The liquid level in the tank is measured by a pressure sensor using the height of the water column and is transmitted as an electric voltage signal. Liquid level control model represents a typical loop control system. Participants can perform experiments such as P control on liquid level loop, PI control on liquid level loop

Experiments with Position Control
This experimental unit is designed for the purpose of various modern control methods laboratory testing and applications. The liquid level in the tank is measured by a pressure sensor using the height of the water column and is transmitted as an electric voltage signal. Liquid level control model represents a typical loop control system. Participants can perform experiments such as P control Positioning loop, PI control Positioning loop, PID control Positioning loop.

Experiments with Pressure Control
In this setup pressure tank is charged with compressed air by a diaphragm gas pump. The pressure is measured using a pressure sensor. The sensor output signal is sent to the software controller. The output signal from the controller influences the speed of the diaphragm gas pump and hence the flow rate. Participants can perform experiments such as Continuous P control of reference variable pressure, Continuous PI control of reference variable pressure, Two point pressure control.

Experiments with Fuzzy Control
Fuzzy methods are particularly suitable for systems that mathematics cannot describe adequately or easily. A fuzzy control is used to attempt to hold the ball in a specific position by tilting the beam, even when the position of the ball is modified by external influences. The position of the ball is determined using a resistive measuring system. A potentiometer detects the inclination of the beam. Participants can perform experiments such as Continuous P control of reference variable pressure, Continuous PI control of reference variable pressure, Two point pressure control.

Experiments with Temperature Control
In this experiment temperature is measured using a thermal resistor (PTC). A metal bar, which is thermally insulated with cladding, is heated or cooled at one end by a Peltier element. Participants can perform experiments such as Continuous P control of reference variable temperature, Continuous PI control of reference variable temperature, Two point temperature control.

Experiments with Flow Control
A flow control is used to control the flow of liquid in the tank. The rota meter offers the advantage that the flow rate can be observed directly at any time. The flow rate is measured by a turbine wheel flow sensor. Participants can perform experiments such as Continuous P control of reference variable speed, Continuous PI control of reference variable speed, Two point speed control.

Experiments with Speed Control
In this experiment a DC motor drives a shaft with a mass flywheel. The dial gauge allows the speed to be read off directly at any time. The speed is measured inductively using a speed sensor. Participants can perform experiments such as PI control, PID control of a disturbance variable.

Experiments with Axial Fan using AR
Axial fans are used to transport gases. The medium to be transported is drawn in axially to the drive shaft of the axial fan by the rotation of the rotor. The medium flows through the rotor and is discharged axially behind the rotor. This experiment is accessed through augmented reality enabled mobile platform. Students shall get interact in 3D space using AR technology. Participants can perform experiments such as Dependencies and fan characteristics, Dependencies, system characteristics, operating point.

Experiments with Radial Compressor using AR
Radial compressors are used to compress gases. The medium is drawn in axially to the drive shaft by the rotation of the rotor and flows through the rotor rotating at high speed. By means of centrifugal force, the medium is accelerated towards the outer edge and is compressed in this manner. This experiment is accessed through augmented reality enabled mobile platform. Students shall get interact in 3D space using AR technology. Participants can perform experiments such as Dependencies and compressor characteristics, Dependencies, system characteristics, operating point

Heat Conduction and Convection
Heat conduction and convection experiment setup allows basic experiments on both forms of heat transfer: heat conduction and convection. Heat Transfer range are equipped with electronic sensors for PC-based measurement data acquisition and are operated from a PC for different samples (Copper, Steel, Aluminium and Brass). Participants can perform experiments such as Dependencies and compressor characteristics, Dependencies, system characteristics, operating point

Experiments with Pelton Turbine
Pelton turbines are types of impulse turbine. They are driven by free jet nozzles. The water jet is accelerated in a nozzle and hits the Pelton wheel tangentially. The impulse of the water jet is transmitted to the Pelton wheel. Participants can perform experiments such as Relationship between turbine speed and pressure, Variation of the volume flow with the needle valve.

Experiments with Piston Pump
Piston pumps belong to the group of positive displacement pumps. They transport the medium by a reciprocating motion of a piston in the pump working space, called stroke. The stroke creates a suction hence vacuum effect used to deliver the water. Participants can perform experiments such as p,V diagram, time graphs and phase difference. Dependencies and pump characteristics, Pulsating dampening.

Experiments with Actuators board
This board is designed exclusively for the NI ELVIS III platform and LabVIEW, the Quanser Mechatronic Actuators board exposes students to industry-grade measurement and command fundamentals for the four most common actuator types: brushed DC motors, brushless DC motors, stepper motors, and servo motors. Participants can perform experiments such as Brushed and Brushless DC Motors, Linear and PWM Amplifiers, Power Amplifier Design Considerations.

Online Exams Option

Examinations Mode Options applicable for students admitted in Batch starting in July/Aug 2021

Semester 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 have Mid-semester Examinations and Comprehensive Examinations for each of the course. These examinations are mostly scheduled over weekends. During these semesters, In addition to the mid-semester and comprehensive examinations, there will also be quizzes/assignments conducted online as per course plan which the students need to participate. In the Semester 7 (Final Semester), Student will be doing a full-semester Project Work as per Institution’s guidelines.

Two Options on Mode of Examinations during Semester 1, 2 & 3:

Institution offers a choice between taking the examination online or taking them at a designated examination centre. The student will choose one of the option depending on his or her own preference and circumstances. Both options are explained below:

  1. Online Examinations: Students choosing this option can take the examinations online from any location e.g. office or home. To take an online examination, student must possess a laptop or desktop with a web cam, a smart phone and good internet connectivity. As per the examination schedule, the student is expected to login to the institution’s online examination platform and take the examinations in compliance with institution’s defined guidelines and rules announced before the examinations. For full details about hardware, software and connectivity requirements to take online examination, click here.

  2. Examinations at Designated Examination Centers: Students choosing this option will need to appear in person for taking the examinations at institution’s designated examination centers. These designated examination centers are at the following locations: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Goa, Delhi NCR, Pilani and Kolkata. In addition to these location, Institution also has a designated examination center at Dubai. Please note that offering of examinations at designated examination centers is subject to institution’s assessment of the safety conditions as per prevailing pandemic conditions and also subject to a required minimum number of students preferring this option. The institution may choose to not offer this option, if as per its own assessment the safety situation due to pandemic conditions is not conducive to conduct examinations at designated examination centers or if as per its assessment, adequate no of students have not preferred for this option. In circumstances as explained, Institute will then conduct the examinations only in the online mode.

Important: The option of taking Online Exams for Semester 1, 2 & 3 will remain available for normal duration of the programme. However, in case a student chooses to take a break in the programme, the options on the mode of examination available will be as prevailing at the time the student resumes the programme. Also, if a student has backlog course/s to successfully complete and due to which he/she needs to register in additional semester/s over and above the normal duration of the programmes, the options on the mode of examination available will be as prevailing at the time when student registers for an additional semester.

Mode of Examinations for Semester 4, 5, & 6:

One or both of the options on the mode of the examination as listed above for Semester 1, 2 & 3 will be made available as per discretion of the institution. Institution decision on mode of examinations will take into account its assessment of the pandemic situation and any other feasibility constraints associated with each mode.

Mode of Evaluation for Semester 7 (Final Semester):

During Semester 4, students will be required to register for a full semester Project work. Each submission required for Project work as per institution’s guidelines can be made ONLINE on a BITS Pilani’s approved and managed online assessment platform.

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum eligibility to apply: Working professionals holding Diploma in Engineering/ B.Sc. in relevant disciplines, with at least 60% aggregate marks and minimum of two years of work experience in relevant domains.

The programme is designed for:

  • Highly driven and ambitious engineers who wish to gain deep insight into Core Engineering, Manufacturing and Executive Management functions
  • Experienced professionals aspiring to gain an overall competency in the popular technology domains, which sets them apart from narrow specialisations

Fee Structure

The following fees schedule is applicable for candidates seeking new admission during the academic year 2021-22.

  • Application Fees (one time) : INR 1,500
  • Admission Fees (one time) : INR 16,500
  • Semester Fees (per semester) : INR 57,750

The one-time Application Fee is to be paid at the time of submitting the Application Form through the Online Application Centre.

Admission Fee (one-time) and Semester Fee (for the First Semester) are to be paid together once admission is offered to the candidate. Thus, a candidate who has been offered admission will have to pay INR 74,250/-. You may choose to make the payment using Netbanking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card through the Online Application Centre. Option to submit fee using easy-EMI with 0% interest. Click here to learn more.

Semester Fee for subsequent semesters will only be payable later, i.e. at the beginning of those respective semesters.

 Any candidate who desires to discontinue from the programme after confirmation of admission & registration for the courses specified in the admit offer letter will forfeit the total amount of fees paid.

For the examination centre at Dubai, in addition to the semester fees, for each semester there will be an examination centre fees of 1000 UAE Dirhams or equivalent per semester out of which 500 UAE Dirhams is to be paid at the time of appearing in Mid-semester examinations at Dubai Centre for that semester and the remaining 500 UAE Dirhams is to be paid at the time of appearing in comprehensive examinations at Dubai centre for that semester.

All the above fees are non-refundable.

How to Apply

  1. Click here to visit the BITS Pilani Online Application Center. Create your login at the Application Center by entering your unique Email id and create a password of your choice.
  2. Once you have logged in, you will see a screen showing 4 essential steps to be completed to apply for the programme of your choice.
  3. Begin by clicking on Step 1 - ‘Fill/ Edit and Submit Application Form’. This will enable you to select the programme of your choice. After you have chosen your programme, you will be asked to fill your details in an online form. You must fill all the details and press ‘Submit’ button given at the bottom of the form.
  4. Take the next step by clicking on Step 2 - 'Download Application PDF Copy’. This will download a pdf copy of the application form on your computer.
  5. Now, click on Step 3 - 'Pay Application Fee’ to pay INR 1,500/- using Netbanking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card.
  6. Take a printout of the downloaded Application Form and note down the Application Form Number displayed on the top-right corner of the first page. This Application Form Number should be referred in all future correspondence with BITS Pilani.
  7. In the printout of the downloaded Application Form, you will notice on page no. 3 a section called the Employer Consent Form. Complete the Employer Consent Form. This form needs to be signed and stamped by your organisation’s HR or any other authorised signatory of the company.

    Important: In view of work-from-home policies mandated by many organisations, a few candidates may not be able to get the physical forms signed by their HR/ other authorised organisational representative. Such candidates may instead request an email approval to be sent to their official email ID by the HR using the format available through this link.

  8. Further on page no. 4 of the printed Application Form is a section called the Mentor Consent Form. The Mentor Consent Form needs to be signed by the Mentor. Click here to know who could be a Mentor.

    Important: In view of work-from-home policies mandated by many organisations, a few candidates may not be able to get the physical forms signed by their Mentor. Such candidates may instead request an email approval to be sent to their official email ID by the Mentor using the format available through this link.

  9. Further on page no. 5 of the downloaded Application Form, is a Checklist of Enclosures/ Attachments.
  10. Make photocopies of the documents mentioned in this Checklist.
  11. Applicants are required to self-attest all academic mark sheets and certificates.
  12. Finally, click on Step 4 - 'Upload & Submit All Required Documents’. This will allow you to upload one-by-one the printed Application Form, Mentor Consent Form, Employer Consent Form, and all mandatory supporting documents and complete the application process. Acceptable file formats for uploading these documents are DOC, DOCX, PDF, ZIP and JPEG.
  13. Upon receipt of your Application Form and all other enclosures, the Admissions Cell will scrutinise them for completeness, accuracy and eligibility.
  14. Admission Cell will intimate selected candidates by email within two weeks of submission of application with all supporting documents. The selection status can also be checked by logging in to the Online Application Centre.

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B.Tech. Engineering Technology is a BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programme (WILP). BITS Pilani Work Integrated Learning Programmes are UGC approved.

This programme is designed for working professionals. At the time of submitting the application, candidates must be employed in another organization. Professionals who are owners of a registered business are also eligible to apply.
For detailed information, including academic background, work experience, etc. refer to the programme eligibility criteria.

Lectures are conducted live via online classes. These lectures can be attended via the internet using a computer from any location. These online classrooms offer similar levels of interactivity as regular classrooms at the BITS Pilani campus.
The online lectures are conducted usually over weekends for a total of 7-8 hours per week. If you miss a lecture, you can also access the recorded lecture on the internet.

Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will receive a degree certificate from BITS Pilani.

The Degree of Bachelor of Technology in Engineering Technology

Each semester has a Mid-semester Exam and a Comprehensive Exam, which are conducted over weekends. Participants will need to appear in-person to take these exams at exams centers in the following locations:
India Centers: Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pilani, Pune
International Centers: Dubai
In case participants are unable to take an exam due to work-related commitments, there is also a provision of appearing for Make-up Exams.

The programme provides high degree of interactivity between participants and the faculty members and programme instructors. Q&A sessions during the live online lectures allow participants to pose questions to the faculty members, and seek guidance through voice and chat. Further interaction with faculty members and peers is enabled through the e-learning portal, by using discussion forums and message boards. 
 

The programme features high usage of experiential learn components such as Simulations, Virtual Labs, and Remote Labs, in order to mimic the on-campus experience.
Participants will be given access to portals, that will allow them to access both cloud-based labs, as well as Campus-based physical labs. Using leading industry-recognised Software tools, Programming languages, and Simulation software, participants will be able to perform experiments and run simulations to advance their knowledge
 

Candidates applying to the programmes must choose a Mentor, who will monitor the academic progress of the candidate, and act as an advisor & coach for successful completion of the programme. Candidates should ideally choose the immediate supervisor or another senior person from the same organisation. In case a suitable mentor is not available in the same organisation, a candidate could approach a senior person in another organisation who has the required qualifications. For detailed information, please refer to the programme brochure.
Kindly note that BITS Pilani does not assign Mentors to programme participants.

The programme is designed for working professionals, and participants are not required to travel to a BITS campus. However, certain programme offer Campus Immersion Modules such as workshops or seminars, which are highly recommended but not mandatory. 
 

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