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Staff Development Cell – Inaugural Session

The Staff Development Cell (SDC) of IIT Gandhinagar was constituted on 11th April, 2017.  The SDC is committed to facilitating the capacity building of all the staff colleagues, who are the backbone of our institute’s human resource. The opening session of the Staff Development Programme was held from 1600h – 1730h on 11 May 17 (Thursday) at the Jasubhai Memorial Auditorium (600...

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B S Gelot Faculty Chair Established

IITGN signed a MOU with Sri Gordhanbhai B Gelot to set up a faculty chair in honour of his late father Sri Bakshirambhai S Gelot. Based in Mumbai, Sri Gordhanbhai runs a small scale industry in Umargam (south Gujarat). His father was a self-made successful farmer but deprived of receiving any formal education. He recognized the importance of education and gave the best possible education to his children. The faculty chair will help recognize and reward academic excellence and also facilitate in retaining outstanding...

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Campus Feature – Security Wall

A state-of-the art Security Wall has been set up in the campus premises to monitor and enhance the campus security features. This Security Wall includes live CCTV monitoring and recording, fire alarm systems and access control...

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Meet Our Visiting Faculty

IIT Gandhinagar has a long tradition of attracting some of the best visiting faculty from all over the globe. Find out what attracted these visiting professors to IIT Gandhinagar – presenting conversations with Prof. Michel Danino (Archaeology), Prof. Angus McBlane (Continental and Indian Philosophy), Prof. Pedro Pombo (Anthropology), Fred Coolidge (Neuroscience) From  Chelvakumar (Mechanical Engineering and Management Sciences). Watch the video to find out...

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Krittika Ralhan gets the Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship

Krittika Ralhan, a PhD scholar in Biological Engineering, has been selected for the Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship in the neuroscience subcategory. Krittika works on cures for Alzheimer’s Disease and will use the scholarship to conduct a part of her doctoral research work at the University of Rochester, NewYork. The Alzheimer’s Disease is primarily caused by the aggregation of certain key brain proteins which is directly related to aging. In a normal brain, such proteins are responsible for maintaining the day-to-day activities in humans. However, in the case of Alzheimer’s, these proteins lose their function which leads to a devastating effect on memory, cognition,...

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