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Name: GBTU 2013 Admission
Exam Full Name:: Gautam Buddha University Entrance Exam
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GBTU 2013 Admission


The Notification for GBTU 2013 has not been published yet. Keep checking this space for updates. Following information is based on previous year Data.


Gautam Buddha University, established by the Uttar Pradesh Act (9) of 2002, commenced its first academic session at its 511 acres lush green campus at Greater Noida in August 2008.

The University is fully funded by the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (NOIDA) and the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) the undertakings of the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The University envisions to become a world class centre for excellence in education with a special focus to serve the under privileged and economically challenged sections of the society. The University is modeled as a fully residential educational campus in line with the best institutions of higher learning across the globe. The uniqueness of its reputation is acknowledged through the format, content and pedagogy of its programmes and their relevance to the society. The University is recognized by the University Grants Commission under UGC Act and is a member of the Association of Indian Universities.


M.Phil (Social Science)
M.Tech (Information & Communication Technology) – ICT
M.Tech (Biotechnology)

Exam Level

State level exam

Contact Information

10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics securing minimum 50% marks (40% for SC/ST) is eligible to apply for the programme. Candidates appearing in the 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics can also apply.

Note: **10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology securing minimum 50% marks (40% for SC/ST) is eligible to apply for the programme. Candidates with mathematics can also apply. Candidates appearing in the 10+2 can also apply.

Reservation of Seats

    Total No. of Seats = 360(23% seats for SC/ST, 27% seats for OBC)

  • The SC/ST candidates are relaxed by 10% for the marks.

Apart from this, horizontal reservation within the category is also applicable which is as follows:

    Dependents of Freedom Fighters – Max 2%
    Dependents of Retired/Handicapped/War Deceased Personnel-Max 5%
    Physically Handicapped- Max 3%
    Women- Max 20%


5 year Integrated Dual Degree Programmes for Undergraduates

B.Tech + M.Tech/MBA: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Food Processing and Technology, Bio-Technology

BBM + MBA; B.A. + LL.B

6 year Integrated Dual Degree Programme for Undergraduates

B.Arch + M.Planning/M.Arch/MBA: Architecture and Planning


3 year Integrated Dual Degree Programmes for Science Graduates

  1. M.Tech: Biotechnology-Specialization in Bio-Informatics/Genetic Engineering; Environmental Science and Engineering; Food Processing and Technology.

 2year Post Graduate Programmes for Engineering Graduates

M.Tech: Environmental Engineering; Power Systems Engineering; Industrial Engineering and Management; Structural Engineering; Renewable Energy and Management; Food Processing and Technology; Information and Communication Technology (specialization in Software Engineering/ Intelligent Systems and Robotics/Wireless Communication and Networks/VLSI Design); (Biotechnology-Specialization in Bio-Informatics/Genetic Engineering); Masters in Urban and Regional Planning


2 year Post Graduate Programmes

M.A.: Hindi, Urdu; English; Sociology; Economics, Planning and Development; History and Civilization; Political Science and International Relations; Applied Psychology; Public Administration and Policy Research; Education; Buddhist Studies and Civilization

MSW (Master in Social Work)

MMC (Master in Mass Communication)

M.Sc: Applied Chemistry; Applied Mathematics; Applied Physics; Environmental Science; Food Science

MBA: Human Resource Management; Finance; Marketing Management; Strategic Management; Operations Management

M.Phil: Clinical/Rehabilitation Psychology

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