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  • 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  - 
    or Prof Rajeev Sakhuja - 

  • International Conference on Life Science Research & its Interface with Engineering and Allied Sciences (Nov 1-3, 2018)

    International Conference on Life Science Research & its Interface with Engineering and Allied Sciences (Nov 1-3, 2018)

    Enhanced understanding of biological phenomenon incorporated with interdisciplinary approaches has resulted in major breakthrough products for betterment of society. To promote and encourage interdisciplinary collaborations and research in life sciences, engineering and allied sciences; BITS Pilani is offering a golden opportunity to bring together researchers from different streams, with an aim to focus and understand unanswered questions in biology and interdisciplinary sciences.

  • 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.

  • Nirmaan BITS Pilani Chapter Organizes Eye Camp

    Nirmaan BITS Pilani Chapter Organizes Eye Camp

    Nirmaan - an organisation which is formed by a group students from BITS Pilani with a passion to fulfill their responsibility towards the less privileged of the society has successful executed  an Eye-checkup Camp organized at Shahi International School at Khedla ka Baas on 25th February 2018. This initiative was conducted in collaboration with Mahadeo Singhi Eye Hospital and Sightsavers. Nirmaan also collaborated with Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI), who conducted blood sugar test for detecting diabetes in people. 
    The camp was inaugurated by Prof. A.K. Sarkar, Director, BITS Pilani. During this occasion, Dr. V.K. Dube, Director, Pilani Resource Center, Dr. P.K. Sehgal, Chief Medical Officer, Mahadeo Singhi Eye Hospital), Dr. R.P. Pareek, Physician, Medical Center, BITS Pilani, Dr. Tamali Bhattacharya, Research Consultant, TLC BITS Pilani, Prof. Roger P West, Trinity College, Dublin and Narendra Ji (Baas Sarpanch) were also present as distinguished guests. 
    A team of around 15 people from the Eye Hospital performed 390 checkups in the camp. 300 out of them received basic medicine, whereas 40 were given spectacles. 11 surgeries for patients suffering from cataracts were also performed. Out of the 150 people tested, 7 were diagnosed with diabetes, who will now receive treatment from Medical Center situated within BITS Pilani campus. The camp was organized completely free of cost for the villagers. 
    Nirmaan as an Organization was founded in 2005 by BITS Pilani students, as a part of ‘My India’ movement. Since then, it has improved the lifestyle of more than 2.75 lakh people from 6 states in India. It now comprises of several different programs, such as the School Adoption Program and Women Skill Development Program.

  • Workshop on "Preparation and Installation of Sparrow Nest Boxes” Held at BITS Pilani

    Workshop on "Preparation and Installation of Sparrow Nest Boxes” Held at BITS Pilani

    A workshop on “Preparation and Installation of Sparrow Nest Boxes” was conducted for staff children on 17th February, 2018 by the Peacock Restoration Team, BITS, Pilani, Pilani Campus, in association with BITSAA (as part of the Rauf Ali Memorial Project – Bring Back the Peacocks). Twenty-six students belonging to classes of 2nd to 8th from different schools participated in the event. 
    The event began with a brief introduction about the BITSAA initiative on raising the peafowl populations on campus, followed by an interactive session on importance of birds towards ecosystem conservation in general and sparrows in particular. Thereafter, two short video films (around seven minutes’ duration each) were shown to the students. The first video was about the work being done by the sparrow expert, Mr. Mohammed Dilawar, whose team also prepares nest boxes to conserve sparrows. The second video expressed the views and concerns of different ecologists towards declining population of sparrows as a result of rapid urbanization and pesticide use in agriculture, and what can be done to revive them. The video sessions were followed by a short quiz on sparrows and a singing session where kids sang songs related to birds. The atmosphere was full of fun and excitement. Demonstration for making of nest boxes for sparrows using cardboard boxes including installation of the same was given to kids.
    The Peacock Restoration Team at BITS, Pilani thanked BITSAA for their active support towards such events and Dr. Sonika Kushwaha, President, and Dr. Akhilesh Kumar, Secretary, Indian Biodiversity Conservation Society, Jhansi, UP, India for their valuable inputs in making sparrow nest boxes.

  • BITS Pilani invites applications for faculty positions

    BITS Pilani invites applications for faculty positions

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  • 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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