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RA catagory Norms used for selection at IIT Madras

* UG% means the percentage marks scored in your 4 year UG programme, as reported by you, rounded up.
* PG% means the percentage marks scored in your 2 year PG programme, as reported by you, rounded up.
* GS means the Gate Score (out of 1000) obtained in your Gate exam. Note that the score should be valid, i.e., the exam should have been taken in 2010 or 2011.
* If your degree reported performance in CGPA, the equivalent marks are obtained as 96% of CGPA score (treated as a fraction of max CGPA), rounded up.
* Note: If any of these marks are incorrectly reported in your application form, IIT Madras reserves the right to cancel your application on that basis.

Candidates applying for the MS Programme
Regular/NHTRA/Project, General-Category Candidates

Both a UG degree and Gate score are required.
We are looking for candidates with 68% in their UG and 500 gate score. However, a very good score in one can offset a poor score in the other as follows:

* UG% >= 64
* GS >= 460
* 10*(UG%-64)+(GS – 460) >= 80

Regular/NHTRA/Project, OBC//Physically Handicapped Candidates Candidates

Both a UG degree and Gate score are required.
We are looking for candidates with 66% in their UG and 450 gate score. However, a very good score in one can offset a poor score in the other as follows:

* UG% >= 62
* GS >= 410
* 10*(UG%-62)+(GS – 410) >= 80

Regular/NHTRA/Project, SC/ST

Both a UG degree and Gate score are required.
We are looking for candidates with 62% in their UG and 380 gate score. However, a very good score in one can offset a poor score in the other as follows:

* UG% >= 60
* GS >= 350
* 10*(UG%-60)+(GS – 350) >= 50

External/Part-time/IIT Staff Candidates

* Minimum of two years post-qualifying degree relevant work experience
* General category applicants: UG% >= 65
* Reserved category applicants: UG% >= 60
* Gate qualification is not required.

Candidates applying for the PhD Programme
Regular/NHTRA/Project General-Category Candidates

A PG Degree is a must. Gate is not required.
We are looking for candidates with 67% in their UG and above 75% in their PG. However, a very good score in UG% can offset a poor score in PG% as follows:

* UG% >= 60
* PG% >= 67
* (PG% -67) + (UG% – 60) >= 15

Regular/NHTRA/Project OBC/Physically Challenged Candidates
We are looking for candidates with 67% in their UG and 72% in their PG. However, a good score in one can offset a poor score in the other as follows:

* UG% >= 60
* PG% >= 64
* (PG%-64) + (UG%-60) >= 15

Regular/NHTRA/Project SC/ST Candidates
We are looking for candidates with 62% in their UG and 63% in their PG. However, a good score in one can offset a poor score in the other as follows:

* UG% >= 60
* PG% >= 60
* (PG%-60) + (UG%-60) >= 5

External/Part-time Candidates

* Minimum of two years post-qualifying degree work experience
* General category applicants: UG% >= 65, PG% >= 70
* Reserved category applicants: UG% >= 60, PG% >= 65
* Gate qualification is not required.

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