54th convocation in IIT Delhi: 2,350 graduating students to get degrees


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The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D), will host its 54th convocation ceremony, where approximately 2,350 graduate students will receive their degrees.

During this ceremony, degrees will be conferred upon students from various disciplines, including M.Tech in Electric Mobility, interdisciplinary M.Tech in Cyber Security, Masters in Public Policy, Master of Science in Research (MSR) in Materials Science and Engineering, and students from the joint Ph.D. program with the University of Queensland, Australia. The degrees will be awarded by Rangan Banerjee, the director of IIT-D, as stated during a press conference.

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Distinguished alumni from these fields will also be honored during the event, along with the students receiving their degrees. The awards include the President’s Gold Medal, Director’s Gold Medal, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma (former President of India) Gold Medal, Perfect Ten Gold Medal, and Institute Silver Medal.

Banerjee stated, “We will also be felicitating our illustrious alumni with the Distinguished Alumni Awards.”

Dr. Gagandeep Kang, a virologist and professor of microbiology at Vellore’s Christian Medical College, will be the chief guest at the convocation ceremony.

Among the awardees of the Distinguished Alumni Awards are Ashutosh Sabharwal (Professor, Rice University, Houston), Pawan Kumar Jain (MD, Inox Air Products), Nalin Singhal (CMD, BHEL), Aarti Gupta (Professor, Princeton University), Gurtej S Sandhu (Senior Fellow), and VP, Micron Technology.

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