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    • 1. IIT Delhi An update on your Alma Mater April 2009
    • 2. Vision Excel in scientific & technical education & research Serve as a valuable resource to industry Remain a source of pride for all Indians
    • 3. Student strength is increasing Students Student strength is growing faster than infrastructure to support them. 6,000 Strength expected to grow by 54%. 4,500 potential contributions 3,000 ✤ Student Center ✤ Academic Complex 1,500 ✤ Scholarships 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009 ✤ Boys Hostel expansions
    • 4. Student strength is increasing Students Student strength is growing faster than infrastructure to support them. 6,000 Strength expected to grow by 54%. 4,500 potential contributions 3,000 ✤ Student Center ✤ Academic Complex 1,500 ✤ Scholarships 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009 ✤ Boys Hostel expansions
    • 5. Faculty ratio is a challenge Students Faculty Ratio Faculty ratio is getting worse - attracting faculty is a major priority. 6,000 11 We need 400 faculty in 5 years. 4,500 8.25 potential contributions 3,000 5.5 ✤ Named Chairs ✤ Young Faculty Fellowships 1,500 2.75 ✤ Travel Research Awards 0 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009 ✤ Visitor Faculty Programs
    • 6. Faculty ratio is a challenge Students Faculty Ratio Faculty ratio is getting worse - attracting faculty is a major priority. 6,000 11 We need 400 faculty in 5 years. 4,500 8.25 potential contributions 3,000 5.5 ✤ Named Chairs ✤ Young Faculty Fellowships 1,500 2.75 ✤ Travel Research Awards 0 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009 ✤ Visitor Faculty Programs
    • 7. More students are doing research UG/JEE PG/JEE PG/GATE More JEE students are joining the dual-degree and integrated MTech 3,000 programs, and PhD enrollments will grow by 67%. 2,250 potential contributions 1,500 ✤ Research Lab Upgrades ✤ Interdisciplinary Research Labs 750 ✤ Schools & Centers of Excellence 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009
    • 8. More students are doing research UG/JEE PG/JEE PG/GATE More JEE students are joining the dual-degree and integrated MTech 3,000 programs, and PhD enrollments will grow by 67%. 2,250 potential contributions 1,500 ✤ Research Lab Upgrades ✤ Interdisciplinary Research Labs 750 ✤ Schools & Centers of Excellence 0 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009
    • 9. Industry collaboration is up Labs & Research Programs IITD is collaborating with the Funding industry in a myriad of ways 20 $30m 15 $23m potential contributions 10 $15m ✤ Sponsored Research ✤ Sponsored Programs 5 $8m ✤ Sponsored Labs 0 $0m 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010
    • 10. Research is getting recognized Journals Conferences Collaborative research with intl academic centers and student 1,500 exchanges, with growing intl recognition 1,125 potential contributions 750 ✤ Faculty Travel Grants ✤ Research Scholars Travel Grants 375 ✤ Faculty Visitor Program 0 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010
    • 11. Research is getting recognized Journals Conferences Collaborative research with intl academic centers and student 1,500 exchanges, with growing intl recognition 1,125 potential contributions 750 ✤ Faculty Travel Grants ✤ Research Scholars Travel Grants 375 ✤ Faculty Visitor Program 0 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010
    • 12. Contributing to IIT Delhi
    • 13. Corporate Sponsorships ✤ Sponsored Research ✤ Sponsored Labs ✤ Sponsored Programs ✤ Sponsored Chairs
    • 14. Corporate Sponsorships ✤ Sponsored Research ✤ Sponsored Labs ✤ Sponsored Programs ✤ Sponsored Chairs
    • 15. Named Sponsorships ✤ Named Schools e.g. Bharti School of Telecom & Khosla School of IT ✤ Named Chair Professors ~30 established so far ✤ Named Young Faculty Fellowships ~50 established so far ✤ Named Student Awards & Scholarships ~50 established so far ✤ Named Wings in Hostels and other infrastructural additions
    • 16. Our 3 Biggest Needs 1. Outstanding Young Faculty Fellowships Helps narrow compensation gap and attract young faculty; through seed grants for research, and honorariums that double the take-home pay. 2. Research Scholar Travel Awards Enables each research student to travel to at least one international conference during their study. 3. Prominent Visitor Faculty Program Enables short teaching visits from prominent alumni and researchers abroad, by covering travel costs (rest is covered by IIT).
    • 17. Resources ✤ Contact me: amit.kumar@yahoo.com ✤ IIT Delhi Alumni Website http://www.iitd.ernet.in/alumni/index.html ✤ Complete list of Contributions received from Alumni http://indest.iitd.ac.in/alumni/Contribution%20received.htm ✤ Contribution Options http://indest.iitd.ac.in/alumni/option%20&%20guidelines.htm ✤ IIT Delhi’s Alumni Association in North America: IITDEF http://www.iitdef.org
    • 18. Appendix
    • 19. Additional Ideas to add. ✤ Information on past donations - how well they’ve been used ✤ Per-branch goals and achievements so far