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Extension of last date for receipt of online applications for Faculty positions
The last date for receipt of online applications for various faculty positions advertised vide advertisement No. IIT T/Rmt-01/2020 dated 30-12-2020 is extended upto 7th February 2021.For more details : https://iittp.ac.in/recruitment
International Webinar on Advances in Materials Processing and Mechanical Testing, February 1st-2nd, 2021.
Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT Tirupati is organizing International Webinar on Advances in Materials Processing and Mechanical Testing, February 1st-2nd, 2021. International experts from USA, UK and Finland will be sharing their knowledge and experience about recent demand in the area of advanced materials manufacturing and testing.
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WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA,
having solemnly resolved to constitute India
into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC
REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens:
JUSTICE, social, economic and political;
LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;
EQUALITY of status and of opportunity;
and to promote among them all
FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and
the unity and integrity of the Nation;
IN OUR CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY this 26th day of
November, 1949, do HEREBY ADOPT, ENACT AND GIVE
TO OURSELVES THIS CONSTITUTION
AAMOS20 (Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Sciences 2020 is an international web-based conference in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (AMOP), jointly co-hosted by:
(a) CAMOST: Center for Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Sciences and Technologies - a Joint Initiative of the Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati, Tirupati and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Tirupati, Tirupati
(b) DSU: Dayananda Sagar University, Bengaluru
AAMOS20 is convened to celebrate the rich contributions of Professor Steven Trent Manson to the field of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Sciences for over half a century on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
Center for Atomic, Molecular and Optical Sciences & Technologies (CAMOST) is India's first center of national importance in Atomic, Molecular and Optical (AMO) sciences and technologies, established to address key challenges in frontier areas of AMO sciences which encompass significant areas of human activities directly impacting life through applications in health, communication, navigation, metrology, space, internet, and quantum technologies. The center resulted from a joint initiative of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Tirupati and the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Tirupati, two premier institutes in higher education and research. Researchers from institutions pan-India would collaborate with each other under the aegis of CAMOST.
IIT Tirupati and IISER Tirupati Inks MoU
The Govt of India, as a part of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Plan 2014 set up
two prestigious institutions in Tirupati – the Indian Institute of Science Education and
Research Tirupati and Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati. The Govt of Andhra
Pradesh has generously provided land at Yerpedu for both the Institutions within three
kilometers of each other. In fact, Tirupati is the only city in India to be blessed with both
an IIT and an IISER, thereby confirming the temple city also as sought after education
hub. When two eminent institutions are located closely, it only natural that they join
hands to strengthen each other and pool and share their resources so that their
combined academic and research strength is much more than they would be
It was the vision of both the founder directors of the institutions– Prof K N Satyanarayana, Director, IIT Tirupati & Prof K N Ganesh, Director, IISER Tirupati to bring about this synergy that has today culminated in signing the historic Memorandum of Understanding between these two institutions at IISER, Tirupati Transit Campus. The Memorandum of Understanding would facilitate faculty and student exchange, transfer of credits, sharing of laboratories and precision scientific research facilities and other infrastructure like common medical facilities, a Kendriya Vidyalaya, sports facilities etc. The faculty can take up multi- disciplinary joint research programmes and the beginning has already been made by both the Institutions collaborating in the development of protective masks against the pandemic.
In the present times of resource crunch, such sharing of facilities and creation of common research facilities would certainly enable optimal utilization of scarce resources besides strengthening the bonding between the faculty, students and staff of the Institute.
Speaking on the occasion Prof Ganesh recalled that the collaboration between the two institutes actually commenced with the joint inauguration function on 28th March 2015. Thereafter, many joint activities have been happening like the collaborative workshop, CAMOST and joint courses taught by faculty of both the institutions. Recently the two Institutes collaborated on in developing reusable PPE equipment in dealing with the COVID Pandemic against the corona virus. The two Institutes will set up common links on their websites to provide details of facilities and expertise available in each of the institutes. He also mentioned that the two Institutes are setting up joint Centers for Excellence in the areas of Atomic physics, Energy and Plant /food science.
Prof Satyanarayana emphasized on the multiplier effect of the collaboration and suggested that the academic calendars could be aligned and more elective courses could be floated to make it easy for students to take courses in each other’s institutes. He said that representation of each Institution in Senate and Board of Governors of other Institute is an important move to bring synergy in policy initiatives and to strengthen mutual collaborative efforts. He further listed various areas of academic, research and administrative collaborations among IIT to IISER including setting up an Innovation Hub for which IIT Tirupati has been funded and pledged support to IISER from the Career Development Cell for placement and career progression of students. The Registrars Dr C P Mohan Kumar & Mr AVV Prasad, Chairpersons of Departments, Deans, Associate Deans and HoDs from both the Institutes were also present and discussed on deepening the areas of joint research and academic collaborations.
Dear Students and Parents,
For admission related queries and to know about the institute, please contact the following staff between 10 am to 5:30 pm:
Shri Chaman Mehta,
Deputy Registrar, IIT Tirupati
Help Desk Contact No: 8328099053
Note : Whatsapp is also available on this number.
Students/Parents Visting hours to Permanent Campus
We are receiving several requests from your end to visit the permanent campus of IIT Tirupati. In order to facilitate your requests, the visiting hours to the campus is given below:
Every Sunday (upto Nov 08, 2020): 3pm to 5pm (Only two people are allowed along with student)
Please note that you have to follow the set COVID 19 protocols on the campus and also wear mask and keep hand sanitiser with you during the visit. Please register your details in advance by contacting the following person:
Mr. Kranti Kumar
Director IIT Tirupati interaction with media on the facilities and admission procedure in IIT Tirupati
The National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit of IIT Tirupati plans to celebrate the 151st birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with an appreciation campaign, ‘GANDHI PUNYAHA.’ Gandhi Punyaha is a step to show our gratitude for the service of the home-keeping staff members. The NSS unit, IIT Tirupati will volunteer in cleaning the Institute premises on 2nd October, 2020. The service of House-Keeping staff will be appreciated with a token gift of N95 masks and sanitizers.
Technology Innovation Hub @ IIT Tirupati
IIT Tirupati has been selected as the Host Institute to set up a Technology Incubation Hub in the technology vertical "Positioning and Precision Technologies" under the National Mission on Inter-disciplinary Cyber Physical Systems with a funding of about Rs. 100 crores led by Dr. Roshan Srivastava, Dr. Arijit Sharma, Dr. Ramakrishna Gorthi, Dr. Panchatcharam Mariappan, Dr. Ravi Iyer, Dr. Hiran Vedam and many others.Press release about TIH :
News on AiR - Pollution Visualizer
AiR - Pollution Visualizer, an Android application developed by IIT Tirupati is featured in The Indian Express, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle and ETV. The app uses Augmented Reality to visualize air pollutants and is available on Google Play Store.
The app is an initiative of Research in Intelligent Software & Human Analytics (RISHA) Lab, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, IIT Tirupati and is developed by Noble Saji Mathews, mentored by Dr. Sridhar Chimalakonda in collaboration with Prof. Suresh Jain, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
M.Tech Round 8 Status
Eighth Round offers sent to COAP 2020. Please check your status on the COAP portal.
Please click here for COAP Portal : http://coap.iitm.ac.in/
Advisory note on Covid-19
In view of the threat of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Written Test and Interview scheduled to be held on 28th and 29th March, 2020 for the post of Executive Engineer and Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) have been postponed until further directions. Revised schedule will be circulated as and when decided.