81 students from VIT get over 25 lakh package

Campus placements at Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) commenced recently for the 2022 graduating batch. Top companies including Microsoft, Dyte, Amazon, PayPal, Morgan Stanley and Udaan were part of the process. Continue Reading

VIT students achieve in Microsoft event

Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) Chennai students Venkat Ragavan and Tarun Hariharan from school of computer science and engineering, Yogeeshwar S, Vishwath Kumar B S from school of electronics and electrical engineering emerged as one of the finalists in the first virtual edition of Imagine Cup organised by Microsoft. Continue Reading

Daimler India staff graduate from VIT

Daimler India Commercial Vehicles has announced the graduation of 18 employees from Vellore Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering degree. Continue Reading

‘VIT & Tamiliyakam will develop Tamil globally: Viswanathan

Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) and Tamiliyakam, which is headed by VIT Chancellor G Viswanathan will take necessary steps to develop and preserve Tamil language in India and other parts of the world. Continue Reading

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