Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) in Computer Science & Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) in Electronics & Communications Engineering
Students who graduate from MIIT will receive the B.E. (Hons.) degree in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) or Electronics & Communications Engineering (ECE).
The B.E. (Hons.) degree programmes are designed to be completed in 5 years, that is, 10 semesters and 5 Special Terms.
Eligibility for Admission to B.E. (Hons.) Programmes
The following are the eligibility requirements for admission to the B.E. (Hons.) programmes:
Applicants must have passed the Matriculation Exam of Myanmar in the year in which they are applying for admission
Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and English should be subjects in the Matriculation Exam
In addition, there are other administrative requirements, like having a valid NRC. When you are filling out the prescribed application form, a complete checklist of the requirements will be given
Applicants will have to appear in an entrance exam that will be conducted by MIIT
No. A person must have passed the Matriculation Exam only in the year in which they are applying for admission. Those persons who have passed the Matriculation Exam earlier are not eligible for admission.
Prescribed application forms are available at the Office of Student Affairs, MIIT. Applicants should fill the details in the prescribed application form, and submit it along with a number of attachments. The application form lists the copies of various certificates that need to be attached.
No. At present, there is no facility to submit the application form online.
Not necessary. You can send the application form, along with all the attachments, through post to:
Daw Moe Moe Win, Registrar, Myanmar Institute of Information technology, 73rdStreet, Ngu Shwe Wah Street, Chanmyathazi Township, Mandalay 05053, Myanmar.
You can indicate your first preference and second preference for the branches CSE and ECE in the prescribed application form.
Yes. For example, you can say that my first preference is for ECE, but I do not want to apply for CSE. You can do this by marking a ‘X’ against the preference for CSE. If you do not want to apply for ECE, you can mark a ‘X’ against ECE. But think well before you cross out a branch. Once you have filled out your preferences, you cannot change them.
Normally, the announcement for applications will be made in the month of June/July. Applicants will have to complete the application form and submit it by the end of August.
An application form must be filled in and submitted along with all the necessary attachments. All eligible applicants will be informed that they have to appear in an entrance exam conducted by MIIT in September. Offer for admission is made on the basis of performance in the entrance exam and the marks obtained in the Matriculation Exam.
Admissions to MIIT are based purely on merit. Marks obtained in the Matriculation Exam and the entrance exam are considered. Total Marks are calculated as follows:
Total Marks = 0.6 x Entrance Exam Marks + 0.4 x Matriculation Marks
That is, 60% weightage is given to marks obtained in the entrance exam and 40% weightage is given to marks obtained in the Matriculation Exam. Applicants are arranged in descending order of the Total Marks, and assigned seats in a degree programme according to their preferences till all the seats have been allocated.
There are 60 seats in B.E. (Hons.) in CSE and 60 seats in B.E. (Hons.) in ECE.
No. If seats are available for your first preference, you will be allocated your first preference only. You may be allocated your second preference only when your first preference cannot be allocated.
No. You cannot change the preferences once the application form has been submitted.
The entrance examination will be conducted every year in the month of September. The date of the examination will be announced to all the eligible applicants.
The entrance exam will cover topics from English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry that are part of the syllabus of the Matriculation Exam of Myanmar.
The entrance exam will be a computer-based exam. Candidates will be required to answer 100 questions from English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. All questions will be of multiple-choice nature. Each correct answer will fetch 1 mark. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. For a question that is not answered, 0 marks are awarded. The duration of the exam will be 2 hours.
No. The medium of instruction in MIIT is English. The entrance exam question paper will only be in the English language.
The entrance exam includes 100 multiple-choice questions covering English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. The duration for the exam will be 2 hours.
One way of preparing is to revise all the topics in these subjects that have been covered in Matriculation. However, the test aims to check the conceptual understanding of a student as well as their problem-solving skills. So the focus of preparation must be on concepts and problem solving. Also, you must be prepared to answer 100 questions in 120 minutes. This means that you will have a little more than 1 minute per question. Therefore, your speed of answering questions also matters.
If you get an admission offer from MIIT, there will be some instructions sent to you. You should follow the instructions to accept the admission offer, pay the fee, and complete the stated requirements.
The admitted students should report to MIIT on Friday, November 29, 2019. It is very important that the admitted student is present at MIIT on this day. A candidate who is absent on this day may lose the seat allocated to him/her. After completing admissions-related formalities, the candidate will be required to attend an orientation programme. Classes will begin on Monday, December 2, 2019.
Yes. Each student who is admitted to MIIT will be provided a laptop. They can use the laptop for their studies in class, in the laboratories, or at home.
MIIT will procure sufficient copies of all prescribed textbooks and reference books for the MIIT Library. Students will be issued the required textbooks for a semester. Reference books are limited in number and students have to find if the book is available for issue or for reading in the library.
All courses at MIIT will be taught by the faculty of MIIT, both from India and from Myanmar. Some of the courses will be taught by the faculty from India. MIIT faculty from India and Myanmar work closely to bring the best learning experience to the students.
Some of the courses are taught by the faculty from India. Therefore, English is the language in which these courses are taught. It is expected that the students of MIIT have the ability to understand English reasonably well.