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What fine line does an IIT create...

What fine line does an IIT create? What it is that makes IITian different from others? What it is that IITian achieve here in IIT “The Power” to rule on this world? 1,394 more words

IIT Kanpur MTech Selection Process (7th May 2016)

Roughly 300 candidates were called for M.Tech written test which was held from 9am to 11am followed by a programming test of 90 mins duration held from 11.30 am to about 2 pm (including instructions on how to use web editor/evaluation framework that was provided).  853 more words

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Meet Zizo, your social robot from IIT Kanpur!

Robots have always fascinated mankind. Five students at the Indian Institute of Kanpur – Nayan Deshmukh, Shyam Gole, Deepali Gupta, Karthik Rangineni and Kritgya Dabi – have come up with ZIZO 101, a ‘social robot’, interacting with people and doing all that people need to do to be social. 336 more words

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Post Graduate Admissions 2016-17 @ IITK

Application Procedure

  • Candidates can apply online only. There is no provision for offline submission of application forms.
  • Ph.D. applicants must provide the details of at least two persons who can provide reference letters (to be submitted online by referees on automated online request sent to them through this portal) in support of candidature of applicant.
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M.Tech And Ph.D. Admission

Workshop on Statistical Analysis for Engineers and Researchers @ IITK

  • Sponsored by the Continuing Education Programme of IIT Kanpur
  • Useful for persons who are concerned with training, teaching, industry and research using the Statistical tools and Linear Regression Modeling…
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Indian Mirror | Why Delhi’s odd-even formula was rather oddly placed?

“Cars are not the primary polluters in the Delhi and contribute a mere one per cent of the Particulate Matter – PM 2.5 concentration”

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Aam Aadmi Party

Editorial: Welcome Studsat

Published in The Hindu on July 22, 2010

Thirty-five undergraduate students from seven engineering colleges, four in Bangalore and three in Hyderabad, have done something that would have been unthinkable even a few years ago. 373 more words