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  • BITS Pilani announces 2019–20 admissions to M.E./M.Pharm./M.Phil. programmes.

    BITS Pilani announces 2019–20 admissions to M.E./M.Pharm./M.Phil. programmes.

    The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani announces admissions for 2019 - 2020 to its Higher Degree (HD) Programmes, i.e. M.E/M.Pharm./MPhil. to be offered across its 3 campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. While candidates will be admitted based on marks obtained in the HD Test score conducted by BITS Pilani, admissions to these programmes will also be offered to candidates based on GATE / GPAT scores. BITS Pilani will be launching two new programmes this year leading to a M.E. Degree in Sanitation Science, Technology and Management and M.Phil. Degree in Liberal studies.
     
    The HD programme structure offers sufficient flexibility catering to students interested in a career in industry or pursuing research. Admitted students will be eligible for financial assistance in the form of a stipend / waiver. 
     
    For exact eligibility conditions, how to apply and other details, candidates should refer to the admission notification on the official website of BITS Pilani, i.e. www.bitsadmission.com/hd
     
    About BITS Pilani
    BITS Pilani is a Deemed to be University, offering on-campus programmes to around 13,000 UG, 800 PG and 1,100 Doctoral students across its campuses in Pilani, Goa, Hyderabad and Dubai. It also offers programmes to nearly 19,000 working professionals through its Work Integrated Learning Programmes.
     
    Having pioneered the credit based semester system in technical education in the country, BITS Pilani has a vision to be amongst the top research led Institutes in the country. The Institute has secured more than Rs. 120 crore funding through 445 sponsored projects in the last 5 years. State of the art facilities have been developed to support cutting edge research, led by around 750 faculty and students, leading to over 8100 SCI publications with 77,900 citations and 60 patents being filed till date.
     
    BITS Pilani has been recently granted the “Institute of Eminence” tag by MHRD. It was ranked 17th in the University category and 5th in the Pharmacy category in 2018 by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) released by Ministry of HRD, Govt of India. It is also India’s highest ranked non-Government Institute as declared in various reputed world rankings like QS BRICS, QS Asia, and QS India in 2019. BITS Pilani has recently secured a place in the World top 500 QS Subject Rankings 2019 in Mechanical & Manufacturing, Electrical & Electronics and Computer Science and THE 2019 World top 500 Subject Ranking in Life Sciences where BITS Pilani is among the top 8 from India. 

  • Divij Sharan Wins Gold Medal in Asian Games

    Divij Sharan Wins Gold Medal in Asian Games

    It is great news and a proud moment for Bitsians to hear that "Divij Sharan" son of Mr. Madhav Sharan has done us proud as he has won the gold medal in Tennis Doubles while playing with Rohan Bopanna in the Asian Games that are being held in Jakarta, Indonesia during August 18, 2018 to September 2, 2018. Madhav Sharan is from 1972 Batch and also used to play Tabla and was connected with the Music Club and had won several awards in Oasis.

  • Alumni Relations BITS Pilani

    Alumni Relations BITS Pilani

    BITS Pilani has given permanent E mail ID's to all Alumnus members few months back. All those who were communicated and have yet not created their permanent mail address; please do so. Whosoever has not received a mail from us for creation of Email ID's ; please contact either at 
     
    Prof Arya Kumar  - deanalumnirelations@pilani.bits-pilani.ac.in 
    or Prof Rajeev Sakhuja -  rajeev.sakhuja@pilani.bits-pilani.ac.in 

  • BITS Pilani granted 'Institute of Eminence' status

    BITS Pilani granted 'Institute of Eminence' status

     

  • World Sparrow Day celebrated at BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus

    World Sparrow Day celebrated at BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus

    The World Sparrow Day was celebrated at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani – Pilani Campus on 20th March, 2018. The house sparrows are important determinants of a healthy ecosystem as they eat harmful insects and are efficient pollinators. The declining population of house sparrows, mainly as a result of habitat destruction and pollution, is a matter of concern the world over. To spread awareness about conservation of these small and friendly birds, the first World Sparrow Day was celebrated in 2010, as a result of an international initiative by Mr. Mohammed Dilawar of the Nature Forever Society, India. This year the theme of the occasion was ‘I love sparrows’. The present event at BITS, Pilani campus was organized by the Peacock Restoration Team, led by Prof. Sangeeta Sharma, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, with support from BITSAA International under Rauf Ali Memorial Project, and encouragement from Prof. Ashoke Kumar Sarkar, Director, BITS, Pilani – Pilani Campus. The event was attended by both children and adults, of which around thirty children, from 1st to 10th standards, presented creative performances and enthusiastically participated in various activities. Performances included poetry recitation, skit, songs and dance. Some children had also drawn posters that informed about the importance of sparrows. The activities included hop-a-thon game, identifying birds by their sounds, and a short story competition. A photograph booklet prepared by Ms. Samakshi Tiwari, M.Sc. Biological Sciences student, capturing the bird diversity at BITS Pilani campus, was also displayed on this occasion. The event concluded with a bird origami workshop by Mr. Swapnil Bhure, ME student at BITS. Gifts and prizes, which included Amar Chitra Katha books about Dr. Salim Ali, the birdman of India, and earthen nest boxes for sparrows, were distributed to children by Mrs. Rakhi Sarkar and Mrs. Nirmal Bhataiya. Overall coordination was done by Dr. Sandhya Marathe and Dr. Pankaj Kumar Sharma, Assistant Professors, Biological Sciences Department, Dr. Sushil Yadav, veterinary doctor, and a team of undergraduate and postgraduate students of BITS (Mr. Anuj, Ms. Harshita, Ms. Madiha, Mr. Bharadwaj), and former staff, Mr. Jeetaram; with support from Dr. Amol Marathe, Asistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department.

  • Forbes 2017 under 30 Asia

    Forbes 2017 under 30 Asia

    Sudheendra Chilappagari, a pass out of 2014 batch from BITS Pilani campus has been named in the Forbes 2017 ‘30 Under Asia 30 List’. He completed his B. Tech from BITS Pilani (Rajasthan) in 2014. He is the native of Karimnagar. His father Ch. Manohara Rao, is a librarian in government junior college, and mother Vanaja is a government school teacher in the town. He is the co-founder of a start-up firm Belong. co, which has been selected in the Forbes 2017 '30 Under Asia 30 List'. It is an online recruiting platform based in Bengaluru, which not only examines resumes but also analyzes the social media behavior and responses of the candidates to get the holistic picture.

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