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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BOMBAY RULES AND REGULATIONS M. Tech./M. Phil./M. Des./  M. Mgt./DIIT Programme Academic Office M.TECH., M.PHIL.,M.DES.,M.MGT.,DIIT PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND RULES. 1
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Preface Academic Programmes of the Institute are governed by Rules and Regulations as  approved by the Senate, which is the highest Academic body of this Institute. The Senate  continuously monitors these programmes and makes appropriate  modifications/improvements from time to time. This booklet gives comprehensive  information on the existing Rules & Regulations about the M. Tech./M. Phil./M. Des./M.  Mgt./DIIT Programmes.    The academic system is semester based and hence the students are required to follow  certain procedures and meet certain academic requirements each semester. It is in the interest of the student that he/she should be fully familiar with the academic  systems of this Institute. Particular attention should be paid to the schedule and structure  of coursework and  project work, the  assessment procedure and  the rules  governing  conduct and assessment of these activities. The academic performance is monitored by the  Postgraduate Academic Performance  Evaluation   Committee   (PGAPEC) ,   which   also   reviews   status   of   individuals   after  reviewing their performance. PROGRAMME COMMITTEES  The   Institute   offersProf.   Emeritus,   NIAS   Postgraduate   Programmes   in   various   areas  (Table-1).  The following sections provide the details of the programmes and set of rules  governing them. In order to keep pace with the rapid developments in science and technology and also to  keep in view the requirements of the nation and the aspirations of students, it is imperative  that   the   academic   programmes   of   the   Institute   are   reviewed   continuously.   The  Postgraduate Programmes Committee (PGPC)   is entrusted with this responsibility. It  deliberates   upon   academic   proposals   received   from   the   various   Departmental  Postgraduate   Committees   ((DPGCs) ,   Interdisciplinary   Programmes   Committees  (IDPCs),   School Postgraduate Committees   (SPGCs) and Postgraduate Committees  for Centre (PGC’s).  Based on its deliberations, it   makes suitable recommendations to the  Senate for its approval. FACULTY ADVISORY SYSTEM       The advisory system plays a very important role in a flexible curriculum of the type offered  under the various programmes of the Institute. The choice of courses being very wide, and  considerable flexibility in these programmes being a characteristic feature, students  normally need guidance to formulate a meaningful and well-knit programme. On joining the  Institute each student is assigned a Faculty Advisor or a group of Faculty Advisors. 
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