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Director's Interaction

  • September 20, 2016
  • Sunint Khurana
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The Director of IIT Delhi, along with the various Deans held the first session of interactions with the student community this Monday.  He explained how IITD lacked a mechanism where the students could directly approach the administration regarding their problem, and the lack of communication between the deans and the students.

He encouraged the students to come forward with their problems, and interact directly with the administration. Sensing this need for a more direct form of communication, he explained the launch of the IITD complaints email address (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

The complaints website is being directly monitored by the directors office, and each complaint is being personally reviewed by the director itself.

During the meet, he addressed certain problems such as the lack of common research facilities between labs of the same department, and promised allocations of funds for the same.

Further, various emails addressed the problem of defunct LAN Ports, which he said would be looked into, and at the same time, advocated that he would push for WiFi in the Hostels. Other areas, which he said are being looked into, are the problem of Dogs in campus, the quality of food, and the transformation to biometric attendance.

The BSP would like to thank the Director for personally holding these sessions to understand what difficulties the student community is facing, and working towards bridging this communication gap between the Student community and the Administration.

 

 

The Directors and the Deans addressing the students

A Mass Exodus

  • April 12, 2016
  • Saksham Agarwal
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1st January 2016. The first day of the semester begins with fresh energy and the classes are brimming with energy. Students are full. There is excitement among the students for the new courses. There are promises (like the ones made previous semester but which never get fulfilled) of being sincere and regular this time. Fast forward 3 months to the last date of withdrawal. By this time the classes are half empty. The enthusiasm to learn has turned into a battle to save grades for many. The withdrawal period witnesses some quite interesting stories to talk about.

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Session on Design and Practical Experience

  • February 20, 2016
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An interactive session, discussing new Design/Practical Experience (DPE) component was organised by Technology Innovation Club (TIC), where in Prof. P.V.M. Rao and Prof. M.R. Ravi were invited to address a diverse mix of students from various years and different departments. Session was initiated by Shreyansh, Director of TIC, he gave a context to discussion by pressing on relevance of design component in courses. Read more ...

Deferred Placement Policy

  • February 07, 2015
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IIT Delhi introduced the deferred placement policy this year, a step which was welcomed whole heartedly by the student community.

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Open Meeting with the Director for Research Scholars

  • October 01, 2014
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Recognizing the need to provide an effective medium of discourse between the students and the administration in a quality academic institution , the Student Affairs Council (SAC) organized an open meeting with the director for all research scholars at IIT Delhi.

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The Summer Training Program

  • August 11, 2014
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OBJECTIVE : To get a hands-on experience and apply the theoretical knowledge learnt during the course of the last 3 years.

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