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IIT Hyderabad Develops 5V Dual Carbon Battery

The Electrochemical Energy Storage Lab at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH), has developed a 5V Dual Carbon Battery utilizing self-standing carbon fiber...

IIT-BHU Developed A System To Extract Toxic Substance From Water

The scientists of IIT-BHU have developed a system to extract toxic substances from water by using ash made from teak and neem wood. This...

How IITs Are Helping People Get Clean Drinking Water Across The Country

Some leading Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are taking the initiative to provide clean water with the help of science and innovation in places...

IIT-BHU And IIT-G Signed A Memorandum To Start A Joint Doctoral Program

The Indian Institute of Technology-Banaras Hindu University (IIT-BHU) and IIT-Guwahati has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to start a joint doctoral program. This...

Learning Two Sought-After Skills In A Month – An IITian’s Journey Of Facing His Fears.

By Eklavya Koshta About the Author: Eklavya Koshta is pursuing B.Tech in Production and Industrial Engineering from IIT Roorkee. He joined Internshala Training for learning...

Sustainable Anti-bacterial Food Wrapper By IIT-Madras

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) on Monday said its researchers have developed a sustainable antimicrobial wrapping material that can prevent packaged food...

IIT Alumni Develops Drones For Spraying Disinfectants in Public Spaces To Prevent Novel Coronavirus

Marut Dronetech, a startup founded by IIT Guwahati alumni, has developed and deployed drones for spraying disinfectant in public spaces to prevent new coronavirus. To...

IIT Guwahati Developing AI-Enabled Chatbot Named “ALBELA” to Teach and Support First Year Students of EEE

In a bid to promote learning through Artificial Intelligence (AI), a team of postgraduate students from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati, along...

IIT Mandi Researchers Developing Thermoelectric Materials to Efficiently Convert Heat into Electricity

 Indian Institute of Technology Mandi researchers in Himachal Pradesh are developing thermoelectric materials that can efficiently convert heat into electricity. While solar power has received...

IIT-Mandi Predicts Indian Monsoon Rainfall Density for 2100

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology-Mandi (IIT-Mandi) have developed an algorithm to process 100 years of data of the Indian monsoon rainfall and...

Students of IIT Kharagpur Develop AI App to Lend Support for Elderly Care

Aiming to lend support to geriatric care by aiding caregivers to reach out to the aged on time, students of the Indian Institute of...

IIT And IIS Collaborate To Develop Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment For The Indian Himalayan Region

The Indian Institute of Technology-Guwahati, Indian Institute of Technology-Mandi and Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru have collaborated to develop a climate change vulnerability assessment...

IIT devises health monitoring venture for elderly

IIT Kharagpur has come up with a social entrepreneurial venture OASIS (Old Age Support Integrated Services) to bridge the gap between the elderly population and caregivers,...

JNU was awarded ‘Best University’ for its good works, not for Hostage Drama, says HRD Minister

New Delhi, March 28, 2017: Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) got the best university award for its good work and not for the controversy last year...

An IITian from Kharagpur, Mainak Sarkar also linked to another killing in Brooklyn Park

Mainak Sarkar had shifted to the US only in 2000s after a successful stint as a software developer in South India The killings...

An I.I.T. student asks: is it really justified to hike fee at I.I.T. ?

By Arpit Gupta Being the student of Indian Institute of Technology(IIT) is a dream for most of the Indian youths who pursue education in science...

Anticipated implementation of ‘three-language formula’ to open gates for Sanskrit learners

Chennai: The Ministry of Human Resource Development, around three months ago, constituted a 13-member expert committee, with former Chief Election Commissioner N Gopalaswami as...

IIT-Delhi ex-student Soumitra Dutta to be the dean of business college

Washington: An ex-student of IIT-Delhi, Soumitra Datta, will soon be the Dean of a new Business Integrated College launched by the Cornell University in the...

IIT Kharagpur to work with Japanese experts on smart cities

Kolkata: To design, plan, develop sustainable habitats and implement smart technologies for India’s smart city growth, The Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur signed a deal...

Public views will be an essential part of new education policy: Smriti Irani

New Delhi: Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani on Friday said the new education policy would have views from the people and their voices...

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