to the demand in the market, IIT Kharagpur has started conducting short courses
on trending technologies under GIAN programme (which is under Union
statement issued by the institution, it said that Nanobiotechnology is a
subject which is relatively new and its main aim is juxtaposition of
nanoscience and biotechnologies. Basically, it's a science which brides
prospective scientific disciplines. It requires more openness than any other
science as it's new and feeds on inputs of physicists, chemists, biologists,
materials scientists, medical practitioners, pharmacologists, and engineers
from different milieus, ranging from the mechanical to the electrical to the
above course is of short duration where students are being familiarized with
the basics and the prospects of a science that has many dimensions to it. There
will also be discussions about the political and economic climate in which it
Operation with Renewables' is another short duration course which has started
recently. In order to achieve the goal of sustainable energy, electricity needs
to be generated from renewable sources. There has been evidence found in many
countries regarding renewable energy sources which are technically and
economically feasible like solar and wind energy. These smart grids collect
information and analyze it in every aspect of electricity generation. This
helps in minimizing impact on environment, market enhancement, improving
reliability and reducing costs. These technologies are easier to implement.
students (BTech, MSc, MS, MTech and PhD students) but this course is available
for executives, engineers and researchers from manufacturing, service and
government organizations including R&D laboratories.
option is available for student's i.e.
Video-based scene understanding course, done through computer vision. It
is a field that includes methods for acquiring, processing, analyzing, and
understanding images and, in general, high-dimensional data from the real world
in order to produce numerical or symbolic information.
to Professor Adrijit Goswami, the institutional coordinator for the GIAN
programme at IIT-Kgp, students opting for these courses from IIT-Kgp will get
two credits per course and outsiders who apply for these will get a grade
certificate which their college may choose to accept to provide additional