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Percentiles are deceptive, says CAT 2018 rank 2 holder Kaustubh Vyas

This IIT-Bombay student thinks exam taking is a skill and its all about managing pressure and applying knowledge in constrained time. He secured 99.99 percentile and is among second rank holders in CAT 2018.

IIT professor embarks on yatra to promote sustainable energy

The professor will travel to over 30 to 40 countries over the next six to eight months. His journey will end at a global event on October 2, marking the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.


Mood Indigo, Asia's largest college cultural fest, to begin tomorrow

Starting tomorrow, the four-day fest - IIT Bombay's Mood Indigo - will see participants from over 25 countries display their talents in a range of competitions

IIT Bombay students protest, seek hike in fellowship

The students alleged that while the fellowship money for research scholars has not been revised for the last four years, the living expenses and fees in the institute have witnessed a drastic increase.

IIT-Bombay graduates launch India's first advanced personal robot for kids

The robot Miko 2 can not only teach and communicate with children but its emotional intelligence allows it to understand their moods better. It will be available for public on December 15, 2018.

Research scholars intensify demand for hike in stipend, set December 20 deadline for govt

Alongside delay in receiving stipends, another pressing problem for the 4,000 to 5,000 IIT-B researchers is the nominal housing and rental allowance (HRA) that they get.


Life and matter

Anticipating the century of biotech, IITs do well to introduce the life sciences as core elements of the curriculum.

Tracking Change: In Century Of Biology, IITs Make Space For Life Science

The curriculum tweak by the IITs, however, isn’t just limited to the introduction of basics of biology. IIT-Madras, which has a mandatory course since 2005, revamped it in 2015 to introduce electives, such as big data in biology, bio-energy.

Telling Numbers, QS rankings: led by IIT Bombay, how the top 20 institutes scored

Each of the top 6 institutes has an overall score of 75 or more, and almost all of them have scored in the 90s on academic reputation and employer reputation.

IITs grab top slots in first QS India University Rankings 2019, check complete list here

QS India University Rankings 2019, QS World University Rankings 2019: While IIT-Bombay has secured the top position, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru stands second.

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What the Jio institute is expected to earn in its first year: News in Numbers

Reliance’s Jio institute, recently declared an ‘Institute of Eminence,’ puts it at par with the likes of IIT-Delhi, IIT-Bombay, IISc and BITS . Here's a look at its earnings projection in today's News in Numbers. See more: https://bit.ly/2M2t86i