Financial Aid

Indian students are provided fellowships.

The fellowship covers all academic expenses (consisting of tuition, computer, library, placement, and  alumni fees) and living  expenses (comprising medical insurance, boarding and lodging).

In addition, a student in the first and second year will be entitled to a monthly stipend of Rs. 32,800 per month, after  clearing the Comprehensive Exam he/she will be eligible for Rs. 35,400 per month and after submission of the TAC  approved thesis proposal he/she will be eligible for Rs. 39,300 per month which will be inclusive of food allowance.

An additional allowance of Rs. 50,000 is provided to enable students to purchase their own personal computer. The Institute  provides sufficient funds to meet contingency expenses to cover research work. The Institute may find support for exceptional international students.

Housing:

Unmarried Students:
There are 30 student dormitories. The dorms have ten single rooms on each floor arranged around a stairway and a tearoom. Stay in the dormitories is compulsory for students. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are served in the campus Mess. The rooms are fully furnished including a telephone connection. The dorms also have a T.V., washing machine and refrigerator. For a virtual tour of a dorm room click here.

Married Students:
If you are a married student with kids then you are eligible for Married Student Housing (MSH) which is a 1BHK flat inside the campus. For a virtual tour click here.

Office Space:
Limited office space is available for doctoral students.

Please Follow this link to take a Virtual tour of the campus housing here :

Unmarried Students

Married Students

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