IIT – JEE Preparation The IITians Way A presentation by
At the stroke of midnight hour when the world will sleep India will rise to life and freedom.Science and Technology will be the tools for this change
Conceived by Sir Jogendra Singh Headed by N.R. Sarkar Supported by B.C. Roy
“Here in the place of Hijli Detention Camp stands this fine monument of India, representing Indias urges, Indias future in the making.This picture seems to be symbolic of changes that are coming to India."
And theI.I.T Kharagpur tradition I.I.T Delhi calledI.I.T Bombay IITs I.I.T Guwahati continued... I.I.T RoorkeeI.I.T Kanpur I.I.T Madras
The seed sown in 1951 has turned into a gigantic tree providing shade and fruitsto all across the globe
Former IIT Madras Director P.V. Indiresan says that the IITs have succeeded because "by and large, IITs have enjoyed the three basic freedoms of an educational institution: to choose whom to teach, who will teach, and what to teach.The IITs also enjoy full cost budgetary support.The IITs will remain successful so long as these amenities continue."
The biggest achievement of the IITs is that they have provided world-class education at a cost relatively affordable to the average middle class family. Without government funding of these "institutions of national importance, most IIT students would probably not have been able to afford such high quality education.The generous subsidies given to the IITs have also allowed them to attract students from all over India.
Given all the freedoms,the IITs were able to create an environment of excellence whose essence is captured in Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore’s Poem
Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high. Where knowledge is free. Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls.Where words come out from the depth of truth. Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection. Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habit. Where the mind is led forward by Thee into ever-widening thought and action. Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.
Average Student Above Average IIT - JEE Studentpreparation
AboveAverageStudent IITian A world class IIT professionalCampus
AndThe Impact of IITians is Global andNational
Rajat Gupta, IIT Delhi Senior Partner of McKinsey and Company Arun Sarin, IIT Kharagpur Ex CEO of Vodafone Victor Menez, IIT BombayEx Senior Vice Chairman, City Group
All talks only about IITs. Are IITiansthe only sucessful engineers??? Absolutely No
Engineers all across India have contributed toNation Building and pursued equally rewarding career
A.P.J Abdul Kalam, Madras Institute of Technology Father of Indian Missile Programme R.N Agrawal, Madras Institute of Technology Developed the Missile Agni M. Anna Dorai,Government Engineering College, Coimbtore Director, Chandrayan Project
E Sreedharan,Government Engg. College, Kakinada Chairman, Delhi Metro Rail Project Anil Kakdkar, VJTI MumbaiHead, Department of Atomic Energy Girish Wagh Madras Institute of Technology Tata Ace and Tata Nano
Director, • Akhil Jindal • Zakir Hussain Institute of Welspun Group Technology, AligarhChief Engineer, • D. K Sharma Mumbai Worli • Zakir Hussain Institute of Technology, Aligarh Sea Link Director, • Subroto Trivedi Adani Power • Ravishankar University, Raipur