Top College in Madhya Pradesh

Top College in Madhya Pradesh

ABV -Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management
ABV -Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management
Location Gwalior
Type Public
Bachelor of Technology

 Bachelor of Technology

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ABV -Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management

Morena Link Road, Near IDBI Bank ATM, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh 474001

 0751 244 9816

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Category Cap Round
OP Rank CL Rank
OPEN 4181 13402
OPEN (PwD) 559 559
OBC-NCL 2959 6363
OBC-NCL (PwD) 434 434
SC 2134 4194
SC (PwD) 89 89
ST 1008 2311
OBC-NCL(PwD) 190343 190343
GEN-EWS 10932 12253

Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management (IIITM) in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh is an autonomous institute set by Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) in 1997. It is an effort by MHRD towards creating professionals in areas of management and information technology from the same institute. This institute was created for facilitating higher education, research, and consultancy in areas of information technology (IT) and business management. Initially started as IIITM, this institute was prefixed with ABV in 2002 to honour the then Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.

The Beginning

The beginning of IIITM could be traced back to 1992, when MHRD under Dr. P. G. Reddy contemplated setting up of advanced information systems in the likes of IIMs and IITs in different locations of India. Subsequently in 1995, Government of India based on a report prepared by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) comprising eminent academicians, policy makers, and professionals decided on establishing national centres focussed on IT and management training.  

PGDMIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Management and Information Technology) was the maiden course initiated in 1998 with thirty students, followed by PGDIT (Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology) in 1999, and Ph. D and 5-year Dual Post Graduate programs in 2000.