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The Birla Institute of Technology & Science, BITS Pilani is an all-India Institute for higher education. The primary motive of BITS is to “train young men and women able and eager to create and put into action such ideas, methods, techniques and information”. Over the years, BITS has provided the highest quality technical education to students from all over India admitted on the basis of merit. Its graduates may be found throughout the world.
Pilani, Goa, Dubai, Hyedrabad
Pilani – 1596515204
Hyedrabad – 4066303836
Goa – 0832-2580438
Dubai – 7142753700
India today magzine Ranked Birla Institute Of Science And Technology as a no. 1 private engering college with best placement facilities.
And Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program.
Birla Institute Of Science And Technology is a reputed and Private institution. It’s fee is quite high. Average fee is 2 lakh per semester. The facilities they provide utilize the entire fee.
Applicants for admission to the MBA programme are considered for Teaching Assistantship. Students are selected on the basis of their skills and / or their CGPA. Those who are selected for teaching assistantship are required to participate in teaching and other development programs of the institute under guidance of faculty. The students can be allotted the work into three different categories where: Students are required to work and aid in a particular course under guidance of the faculty in their own department.
Birla Institute Of Science And Technology have very good records and image in terms of placement. So many students get placed every year from the institution with a decent package. The average salary package is 20 lakh and the highest is 50 lakh.
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Prof Dalip Kumar, Department of Chemistry, has been selected for the CRSI Bronze Medal-2017 by the Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI) for his contributions to research in Chemistry. CRSI was founded by Bharat Ratna Prof C. N. R. Rao and is the largest chemical society in India.
Prof M. S. Dasgupta, Department of Mechanical Engineering, was given the best paper award in January 2016 for his paper titled “Smart Control of Electric Lamp using Artificial Intelligence based Controller” at the 12th IEEE India International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control, (E3-C3) held at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, during December 17-20, 2015. Prof K. S. Sangwan, Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been awarded a project worth 369,455.36 Euros by DAAD and FESTO Didactic, Germany with Professor Christoph Herrmann, TU Braunschweig, on the establishment of a “Learning Factory” at BITS Pilani.
Prof Jitendra Panwar, Department of Biological Sciences, has been awarded a visiting professorship under INSA-CAS International Bilateral Exchange/ Collaboration Programme-2016. Dr. Arnab Hazra, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, received the “Early Career Research Award” by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), India on March 4, 2016.
Prof Navneet Gupta, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, was the “Guest of Honor” at the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering (ETCSEE-2016) organized by RPS Group of Institutions, Mahendragarh (Haryana) during April 9-10, 2016.
Prof Ravi Kant Mittal, Department of Civil Engineering, and his students Gaurav Tyagi and Gourav Gill, have been awarded the best paper award for “Liquefaction Screening Criteria For Earth Dams” presented at the International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering and Sustainable Construction-ACESC’16 organized by Department of Civil Engineering, SRM University, Chennai, India during March 30 to April.
By: Geetu Katyal
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