🔥 The IIIT Bangalore hosted an electronic call for the first time. 282 students graduated during online enrollment IIIT Bangalore organized an online meeting for the first time, 282 doctoral students received degrees
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The International Institute for Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B) organized the electronic calling for the first time on Sunday, July 5. The institute held its 20th online convocation in the current situation given the situation caused by the coronovirus epidemic. During this time, the institute awarded 282 doctoral degrees. It has 7 PhD degrees, 13 Master of Science research degrees, 159 M.Tech degrees, 11 MSc degrees, 63 dual degrees and 29 sponsored M.Tech degrees.
This year has been a challenge
Regarding this electronic call, the IIIT director in Bangalore said: “The annual call occupies a special place in the heart of doctoral students and faculty members of the institute. He said that this year was very challenging and special for us as we had to find safe ways to ensure the safety of our students, staff and faculties and to find innovative ways to complete our course. “”
K. K. Vinay Chandrasekhar won three awards
K Vinay Chandrasekhar, who graduated from Integrated M.Tech this year, also won three awards such as Student of the Year, the Institute’s Gold Medal, and the Sitaram Jindal Gold Medal. He is now going to do his PhD at Pennsylvania State University, USA. Also Oiedrila Matilal, who won the Best Paper Award at the European conference; Rajavelasmi, who was elected Vice President of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), and Pragyan Mohapatra, who received the Intel India Research Fellowship, etc. in 2019, also performed well this year.