Invoke Gandhi in you: Smriti Irani at VIT convocation

“AI and deep learning sector are growing exponentially. By 2021, the AI sector will be 40 per cent larger and so will the integrated sectors. AI in health is expected to be worth 6 billion by 2021. AI in agriculture is also expected to grow to $2.6 billion worth market in two years. But the education technology sector is in for a much larger market of 252 billion in India,” said Smriti Irani. Continue Reading

VITEEE to have aptitude test from 2020

Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) will have an aptitude section in its computer based test ‘VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE)’ starting with the 2020-21 batch. Continue Reading

Tamil book with 46,000 names released at World Conference

The conference was organised by the International Association of Tamil Research (IATR), Federation of Tamil Sangams of North America (FeTNA) and Chicago Tamil Sangam (CTS). Continue Reading

VIT honours 69 headmasters with cash awards

Not many parents enrol their children in government schools, rather admit them in private schools as they think the private counterparts provide more quality, so, I urge the government to improve quality in the institutions, said VIT Chancellor G Viswanathan. Continue Reading

VIT’s free summer camp for school kids in Chennai concludes

Speaking at the valedictory of the free summer coaching camp organised for the sixth consecutive year at VIT Chennai, Selvam said the camp, which starts early in the morning, helped children inculcate the habit of waking up early and exercising daily to be physically and mentally fit. Continue Reading

Karnataka girl tops VIT entrance exam

Sai Saketika Chekuri, a student of Sri Chaitanya Techno School, Bengaluru, secured first rank in the VIT Engineering Entrance Examination (VITEEE)-2019 held from 10 to 21April in 124 selected cities across India, as well as Dubai, Kuwait, Muscat and Qatar. Continue Reading

VIT entrance exam begins, 16,583 students from TN apply

VITEEE, the computer based exam is conducted for admission to various undergraduate programmes offered by VIT at its campuses in Vellore, Chennai, Bhopal and Amaravati for the academic year 2019-20. Continue Reading

Law, new courses to be launched in VIT-AP, informs Chancellor

In collaboration with Toonz Animation India, courses such as animation film-making and visual effects, animation film-making advanced, visual effects-advanced, 3D finishing programme have been launched, said VIT University Chancellor G Viswanathan. Continue Reading