The student has to attend the Induction Program next year with the newly admitted students, submit the reports, and clear the tests to fulfill the requirements.
Yes. SiliconTech encourages interdisciplinary projects and promotes innovation. Students from different programs are encouraged to work together on an innovative project that requires the application of knowledge from multiple engineering domains. The institute may grant financial support for the hardware/software for selected project ideas.
CS subjects, such as Computer Programming, Data Structures & Algorithms, and Object-Oriented Programming using Java, are common to all branches. Other CS subjects, such as Database Management Systems, Operating Systems, Python Programming, Machine Learning, etc., are offered through Open Electives for Non-CS students starting from their fourth semester.
Yes, but for B.Tech. programs only. A student can apply for a change of branch after the publication of 2nd-semester results provided she/he has secured at least 8.50 CGPA at the end of the 1st year. Branch change is based only on merit and hence may be quite competitive. For more information, refer to Clause 2.3.6 of the Academic Regulations.
During the beginning of a new semester (odd or even), the promoted students have to register to take classes in the new semester. They also have to register to sit for classes in the backlog subjects, if any. Only then can they appear for the examinations. Semester registration is usually open for 10 days from the date of commencement of the semester. Students should clear any fee due to complete the registration.
Some peripheral subjects, such as the Constitution of India, Environmental Science & Engineering, Biology for Engineers, etc., considered essential for engineers, are included in the curriculum as non-credit courses. A student must clear all Mandatory Courses (minimum C grade to pass) to get the degree. These are not credit courses, so the grade secured does not affect the SGPA or CGPA.