HRD allow non-resident students in Indian information technology

According to the sources, the Indian Institute of Technology fraternity has adamantly opposed HRD initiatives citing introducing day-scholars students (non-resident) at the Indian Institute of Technology would change the character of the Indian Institute of Technology. The INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY fraternity has express concerns to the HRD Ministry over the next attempt to introduce day-scholar (non-resident) students at the undergraduate level across the Indian Institute of Technology. According to the sources, the INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY fraternity has adamantly opposed HRD initiatives citing introducing day-scholars students (non-resident) at the Indian Institute of Technology would change the character of the Indian Institute of Technology.

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Why the concept of day scholars is being introduced in Indian Institute of Technology?

The primary reason to enter day-scholars in the Indian Institute of Technology is to increase the student ratio across the Indian Institute of Technology. Another particular objective is to enhance student’s strength in undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral level to 1 lakh by 2020.

Objections from the Indian Institute of Technology:

The INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY fraternity argues that residential environment in the colleges are of vital importance for the students to imbibe by campus spirit and the very distinct atmosphere of the Indian Institute of Technology. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY is also about the larger context of free debate and liberal atmosphere. Moreover, our undergraduate courses are most sought after,” one director said, adding that Indian Institute of Technology is not averse to having nonresident students at post-graduate and doctorate level, as reported in TOI.

At the last INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Council meeting, one director opined that should Indian Institute of Technology should expand its hostel outside the campus premises; it will be done for the benefits of the Indian Institute of Technology. The private shelters will have to pay to Indian Institute of Technology, and the money will be used for the advantages of the needy students.

Many Senates of the Indian Institute of Technology have a definite lack of enthusiasm over the idea of introducing day-scholars in the Indian Institute of Technology. Sources said that the Indian Institute of Technology would carefully watch the well-being of the students even if they accommodate outside the campuses.

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