Monotony in life is a guaranteed fact, especially once the semester gears up for the last couple of months. Days are spent in one
On 23rd February, Prof. MS Ananth, our former director, gave a lecture titled ‘The Importance of Humanities in Engineering Education’. As a Humanities and
Doing the same job day in and day out for twenty-four years and still not be blasé about it ain’t a piece of cake.
We – the Inter IIT contingent, research scholars, project students and final year students sitting for placements – were the only students left in the campus. People had tried to warn us about the ravages of the oncoming rains but we didn’t listen. Why bother? Something similar had hit Chennai just two weeks before. Or so we thought…
The Tech Saloon is an initiative at IIT Madras to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas among faculty, students, alumni, innovators, and
Dr. Devendra Jalihal had been the warden of Godavari Hostel around 10 years back. He prepared this ‘questionnaire’ for potential applicants for IIT hostel wardenship. The ‘questionnaire’ is based on some of his real-life experiences and takes a light-hearted look at student life in IIT Madras.
– by Shiraz Khan and Ananth Sundararaman. If you’re reading this as a prospective student of IIT Madras, hearty congratulations! Allow us to introduce
In the third article of this four-part series, we look at why IIT Madras is becoming known as India’s Stanford.
In the second article of this four-part series, we look at learning beyond the four walls of the classroom.
One of the goals of the IIT Madras Strategic Plan 2020 is to become a technological university ranked in the top 50 in the world in all disciplines. In the first of this four-part series, we look at why exciting times are ahead for research at IIT Madras.