TLP Admissions


Technology Leaders Program is for you, if you:

  • Are passionate about leveraging technology to solve real-world challenges
  • Are a recent graduate, working professional or entrepreneur and aspiring for an accelerated career path in tech space

Technical prerequisites are:

  • A basic understanding of programming i.e. sufficient coding experience in at least one high-level language such as Python/C/C++/R/JAVA etc.
  • Strong grasp of mathematical concepts, specifically in the areas of probability, statistics and linear algebra
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Admissions process

Note: Candidates with valid GRE/GMAT score might be exempted from the Tech Aptitude Test. The details of each stage will be conveyed to the shortlisted applicants as the application cycle progresses.

Fee* Amount (Rs Lakh)
Tuition 11.2
Hostel 1.5
Total 12.7
* Not including TLP meal plan



Plaksha is committed to ensuring that no deserving student is denied access to education because of their personal financial constraints. This is made possible through our generous need-based financial aid and some merit-based scholarships.

The admissions process at Plaksha is ‘need-blind’. A need-blind process ensures that the basis for admission to TLP is performance alone.

Once admitted, the Office of Financial Aid ensures that adequate financial aid is provided. The percentage of aid is calculated based on the income, wealth, and expenses of the applicant’s family. The scholarship ranges from a 25% waiver on the tuition fee to a complete waiver on the entire fee, including hostel.

Limited merit scholarships are also available.

All applicants are considered for merit scholarships by default.

The ‘Ayyalasomayajula Lalitha’ Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to deserving women students from a less privileged background pursuing full-time postgraduate programs at Plaksha University.

Mrs. Ayyalasomayajula Lalitha was India’s first female to become a professional engineer. Throughout her career, she was a champion for women in engineering, granting interviews with magazines and newspapers about the value of women in STEM careers and encouraging women to attend conferences and enroll in school.

This scholarship fund is instituted and initially supported by the A.T.E. Chandra Foundation (ATECF) . ATECF manages the philanthropic capital of Archana & Amit Chandra and A.T.E.. The Foundation works closely with leading Indian and global players in the social sector space in pursuing its objectives of creating a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable society

  • Scholarship Fund is subject to a well-defined eligibility and selection process.
  • ATECF desires that the recipients of the scholarships be morally obliged to pay the value of the principal back to the fund so as to make the fund sustainable and enable future women change makers at Plaksha to benefit from the same fund.

We have partnered with multiple banks/institutions to enable easy access to education loans to fund your expenses. The details of process shall be shared with the candidates at the time of selection. Some of our prominent partners include HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, HDFC Credila, Grad Right, Propelld and Eduvanz.


Plaksha Technology Leaders Program is a fully residential course. Classes are held at the Plaksha University campus in Mohali. All Tech Leaders reside in modern residential apartments in close proximity to the academic facility. Rooms will be on a twin-sharing basis and all necessary amenities will be provided. To know more about the campus, click here.

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