Vigyantram is a National Level Championship with a series of Technical workshops in association with Radiance, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. The fest is about embracing the new medium which encourages students to shed their inhibitions and set the stage ablaze with their immense talents, at the national level platform. Each workshop in it is a springboard to a deeper understanding of technology and its myriad applications and potential for innovation which prepares the participants for real-world conditions.
Aakaar, IIT Bombay is the annual technical festival of Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay. Aakaar has been working as a great platform for the students across the country to showcase and enhance their skills at the highest level since its inception in 2009. Aakaar is now Asia's largest civil engineering festival.
Amalthea is the annual technical summit of Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar. From its very beginning, it remains the only technical summit in the country which is completely student-driven.
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Because, it's all about Learning along with Fun Activities and Amazing Awards!
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“What a wonderful experience! I will definitely encourage my fellow students to participate next year. It was very well run and went incredibly smooth. Thank you for an unforgettable experience!”
“What made the biggest impact on me was the growth of my team. I have seen this before but not to this measure. The energy and sheer determination displayed by the team gave off a radiance. A real life experience delivered in an intense jolt. Students learned more about collaboration and workplace professionalism at this event than the whole year at school.”
“The teamwork and collaboration was executed flawlessly during our build time in the pits had the greatest impact on me personally. The qualities that the team exhibited seemed to me as if we were a single well-oiled machine that was able to accomplish much during the competition. ”
“The biggest challenge was scaling our ideas down to run on only four motors. It became apparent that no one person has all the solutions and that not every idea could be used. It took team work and many late nights to get the job done.. ”
“It has opened our eyes to engineering. We learned to work as a team and to appreciate the value of having input and ideas from each other. We discovered that even though our school is small, we still have the ability and opportunity to compete successfully with much larger schools. . ”