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IIT Foundation for Accreditation to accredit engineering colleges in country

"The company incorporated will attempt to expedite the accreditation process, operating in a self-sustainable mode,” a senior official, who is member of the IIT Council said.

HRD Ministry directs IITs to draft action plan for better rankings

This year, three Indian institutes had found spots among the top 200 in the prestigious world university rankings released by QS

JNU inks MoU for cooperation in research with IIT-Delhi

This collaboration will facilitate access to each other's libraries and central research facilities to intensify joint research projects and other related academic activities.

IIT-Delhi’s distinguished alumni award for Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal

Bansal, who graduated from the prestigious institution in 2005, is the youngest alumni to be awarded this year for his "outstanding contribution made in entrepreneurship".

India to offer 1,000 PhD fellowships to ASEAN students at IITs

The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) comprises of Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam.

GATE 2020: Biomedical engineering makes entry

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, which is the organising institute for GATE 2020, has introduced the Biomedical engineering paper taking the total number of papers or subjects to 25.

Robots for sewer cleaning: Delhi minister to meet Kerala engineers

The minister said he would visit Kerala in July end and the company, Genrobotics, will give a "live demo of the robot".

JEE Advanced: Two from Telangana among top 10

Gillella Akash Reddy and Battepati Karthikeya from Ranga Reddy district secured the all India fourth and fifth ranks respectively in the open category.

IIT Delhi researchers studying heat stress tolerance thresholds in India

The study is part of a project 'Heat Stress Index for India: projection for near future (HIIPROF)' undertaken by Indian Institute of Technology Delhi's Centre.

IIT Delhi alumni contributes Rs 1 cr to alma mater

The alumni have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with premier institute and named the award-- 'Batch of 1969 Innovation Fellow (Award)' on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee reunion of the batch here.

IIT-D partners with UK Research and Innovation

Eighty per cent of the world's population lives in areas threatened by water security, but efforts to resolve this are repeatedly thwarted by factors such as pollution, extreme weather, urbanisation, over-abstraction of groundwater and land degradation, according to experts at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi .

Mother’s struggle inspires a boy in Rajanna-Sircilla to invent paddy filling machine

Marripalli Abhishek, a class VIII student of the local Zilla Parishad High School, won national level prize for building a device which makes filling of paddy in gunny bags easy

Rs 50-cr grant for School of Public Policy

The School, which was established last year on the IIT campus with two faculty members, is planning to start its first batch of PhD students from this academic session.

‘India should look for indigenisation’

DRDO chief calls for enterprises to focus on design and manufacture of aerospace/defence systems

IBM and IIT-D team up for advance AI research in India

IBM researchers will collaborate with students and professors from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at IIT-D to inculcate in AI systems some key traits like reasoning, comprehension and inferencing.

Myths around traditional home cleaning

To begin with, air fresheners don't really get rid of bad smells or odours. They simply mask them.

IIT Hyderabad hosts international workshop on ‘Reframing the Biological Clock’

Researchers exploring Ageing & Reproduction in Contemporary Ethnographies with funding from UK-based Wellcome Trust.

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Indian scholar develops cost effective way to produce enzyme for animal feed

The enzyme named Phytase is imported from China at a high cost now and is used widely as an additive in poultry, cattle and fisheries feed to enhance the nutritional value.

Industrial conclave inaugurated at IIT-Hyderabad

Sangareddy: Anil Kakodkar, president of National Academy of Sciences, insisted on the importance of providing industrial exposure to those students who are studying designing...

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