The Indian Institute of Technology- Madras has been adjudged the ‘Top Innovative Educational Institute in India’ for the second consecutive year by the Government of India.
Researchers at the IIT-M have developed a simple microwave process to produce high-energy bio-fuel oils from agricultural waste.
In the annual NIRF rankings, IISc took the second spot while IIT-Delhi was ranked third in the overall category
This comes after The New Indian Express highlighted the plight of the students who were forced to relocate to Bhadra hostel.
IIT-Madras will host Shaastra 2020, one of the largest student-run tech festivals in India between January 3-6. This will be the 20th edition of the annual event.
Nation’s premier educational institute saw a staggering 99 deaths last year, including 82 deer and four blackbucks
Wildlife deaths due to unnatural causes continue inside IIT-Madras. On Tuesday evening, a full-grown male spotted deer died on the spot after being reportedly hit by a speeding private vehicle.
Thriving dog population due to improper waste disposal on the campus blamed
Around 40 members of various student outfits gathered at the entrance of the IIT-Madras on Tuesday night and conducted a ‘beef fest’ by consuming beef in the open space.
An IIT-Madras student, said lots of people from different political affiliations organised beef festival to discuss the Centre’s directive to prevent the sale of cattle for slaughter.