We have developed a pilot version of LakshmanRekha mobile application and tested it over small datasets. The obtained results are very good and now we are working to add more functionality, scalability and usability to make it ready for deployment
Warangal West MLAh anded over a cheque of Rs 45,000 to IIT student Nelson Raj towards this year fee
Through this academic collaboration, both the institutes are expecting a significant boost in high quality research and foundation for further academic collaborations.
Department of Civil Engineering (CE), KITSW is organising an AICTE sponsored STTP on “Sustainable Materials and Resilient Structures-Philosophy, Design, Implementation and Performance” on the campus
MAUD Minister KTR appeals to public representatives, NGOs to join in taking up relief measures
Currently, a candidate is allowed only two attempts at IIT entrance exam, however, those in their final year or second attempt who could not take the exam this year will be given a relaxation
A Bench headed by Justice Rohinton F Nariman dismissed the plea terming it "utterly frivolous" and imposed a cost of Rs 10,000.
According to the release, it has been named as 'ihub', which will serve as a solution for 356 fundamental technologies. The government has already released Rs 7.25 crores, out of the total sanction of Rs 135 crores for the next five years.
"Such advances are crucial as India is aiming to achieve 40 percent of its total electricity generation from non-fossil fuel sources such as solar and wind by the year 2030."
The government recently went public about its intention to incorporate coaching for competitive exams like focus on competitive exams.
The large-scale production of all these kits has commenced to meet the requirement of Assam and will be made available across the country soon.
The device which is an ultraviolet light (UV C-254nm) based robot will enable sterilisation of hospital corridors, wards, Intensive Care Unit (ICUs) and patient rooms without exposing anybody to the contaminated environment.
Two graduates from the institute -- Nikhil Kurule and Harshit Rathore -- developed a prototype for the ventilator
Prof Ajit K Chaturvedi, Director IIT Roorkee said IIT was delighted to collaborate with BEL to introduce the Security Surveillance System.
IIT Madras is the ‘Knowledge Partner’ of Tamil Nadu Defence Corridor and was part of the TIDCO (Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation) Pavilion in the Expo. The efforts of defence-related startups that are being incubated by IIT Madras were on display.