IIT Madras, iitm, IITM, iit, Indian institute of Technology,Madras, Tamilnadu,Syllabus,admission,notiication,process,detail,information,counsil,seat availability, total seats, academic,calander, history,description,images, location, fee detail,structure,enquiry, address, photo gallary, branches, how to apply, entrance exam, campus, time table,time shedule, hostle, mess,library,function list, faculty name,address,specialization, e-mail address,phone no.,contact no. fax no., b.tech,m.tech,p.hd addmission, resrvation, course offered, addmission notiication, qualification for, academic calender 2011, academic calender 2011 semester1-2, exam shedule, chairman, Faculty Recruitment 2011, jobs, Recruitment, IITJ,IITR, Residential Campus,Permanent Site Campus, Academic programs, Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Research, Infrastructure,Library facilities,Temporary Campus, Permanent Campus, Computer Centre, Laboratory equipment, Education, M.Tech. Result 2011, Ph.D. Result, July 2011, student information, important dates, finance commitee, Building & Works Committee, Administration, Board of Governors, Director, academics affairs, centrel library, tender, Introduction, Chemistry Teacher, physics, model question paper, sc,st,obc, classrooms, fee structure, Installment.

IIT Madras, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Tamilnadu
Building of IIT 
 Indian Institute of Madras Tamilnadu

IIT Madras, IIT Channai, IITM

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is one among the foremost institutes of national importance in higher technological education, basic and applied research. In 1956, the German Government offered technical assistance for establishing an institute of higher education in engineering in India. The first Indo-German agreement in Bonn, West Germany for the establishment of the Indian Institute of Technology at Madras was signed in 1959. The Institute was formally inaugurated in 1959 by Prof. Humayun Kabir, Union Minister for Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs. The IIT system has seven Institutes of Technology located at Kharagpur (estb. 1951), Mumbai (estb. 1958), Chennai (estb. 1959), Kanpur (estb. 1959), Delhi (estb. 1961), Guwahati (estb. 1994) and Roorkee (estb. 1847, joined IITs in 2001).

ducational News & Events

IIT Madras is located in the city of Chennai which is also the state capital of Tamilnadu, a southern state in India. Chennai is the fourth largest city in India and comparatively a new city, about 350 years old (1639). The city was formerly known as Madras and was renamed Chennai, which evolved from old name 'Chennapatnam'.

newsimage01 01.07.2011
The Institute has fifteen academic departments and a few advanced research centres in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences, with nearly 100 laboratories organised in a unique pattern of functioning.
more..
newsimage02 01.07.2011
Director:
Prof. M.S. Ananth
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Madras (Tamilnadu)

Contact:
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Madras, Tamilnadu
Contact No. +91-44-6646 9800
Email Id: director@admin.iitmadras.ac.in

more..

History of Indian Institute of Technology Madras


The Indian Institute of Technology Madras A Technological Enterprise at the Service of the Nation The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras belongs to the genre of new generation institutes of national importance in higher technical education. Located in South Chennai, in a beautiful campus spanning 630 acres, the institute is nearly self-contained and houses around 3000 students as well as the families of members of faculty and staff. The Institute has grown from strength to strength ever since it obtained its charter from the Parliament of India in 1961 and has established itself as a premier centre of research, consultancy and technological development. It all began in 1956, when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India, was on an official visit to West Germany and was offered assistance by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, to set up a higher technological institute in India. This resulted in the signing of the first Indo-German Agreement in Bonn in 1959, for the establishment of an Indian Institute of Technology at Madras. The first Indo-German Agreement provided for the services of German professors and 5 foremen, training facilities for 20 Indian faculty members and the supply of scientific and technical equipment for the establishment of the Central Workshop and 20 laboratories at IIT Madras. In 1959, the Institute was formally inaugurated by Prof.Humayun Kabir, Union Minister for Scientific and Cultural Affairs. Dr.A.Lakshmanaswamy assumed office as the first Chairman of the Board of Governors and Dr.B.Sengupto as the first Director of the Institute. The Institute was declared as an 'Institute of National Importance' by the Parliament of India in 1961.
The visit of Dr.Heinrich Lubke, President of the Federal Republic of Germany, in 1962 marked the beginning of the Indo-German Technical Assistance Program. In 1973, Shri C.Subramaniam, Minister for Industrial Development and Science and Technology, inaugurated the Industrial Consultancy Centre. The same year, the first IBM System 370 Model 155 digital computer was dedicated to the Institute. 1974 witnessed the commencement of the fourth Indo-German Agreement with the objectives of setting up inter-university partnerships in R&D projects, strengthening of the industrial consultancy service and establishment of a post-graduate programme in Television Engineering. The Employees Welfare Scheme was introduced in 1975 and evening D.I.I.T courses were started for the benefit of engineers in and around the city. In 1976, an agreement was signed with the Government of France for collaboration and assistance to the Aeronautics Department. Five years later, the fifth Indo-German agreement was signed with the principal objectives of continuation of inter-university projects, strengthening of the Micro Processor Laboratory, Low Temperature Laboratory and High Polymer Laboratory and continuation of exchange visits. The credit system of evaluation for B.Tech. programmes was introduced in 1979.
Since 1973, the Institute has conferred honorary degrees of Doctor of Science and Doctor of Technology (honoris causa) to eminent personalities like Nobel Laureate (Physics) Dr. John Bardeen (1973), former Minister for Foreign Affairs (FRG) Mr.Hans Dietrich Genscher (1973) and former Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, Dr.Raja Ramanna (1983) among others. Prominent in the academic calendar of the Institute is the Institute Convocation Day, the convocation address being delivered usually by the President, Vice-President or Prime Minister of India. President Shri Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan addressed the first convocation of the Institute. The 35th convocation address (in 1998) was delivered by the Honourable Vice-President of India, Shri Krishna Kant. .

How To Reach

Reaching Madras
The IIT campus is located on the Sardar Patel Road, midway between the Raj Bhavan and Adyar bus terminus and is around 12 km from Chennai Central Railway Station. Other landmarks include the Guindy Snake Park near the IIT main gate and the Central Leather Reasearch Institute (CLRI) campus opposite the IIT campus. If you have light luggage (a bag or an attache) you could consider taking a bus to IIT. The bus stop is just across the road from the Central Railway Station. You could use the subway to cross the road which is perpetually busy. There are direct buses to IIT, which start at the Central Station bus stop. If you take any of them, get down at Gandhi Mandapam, which is at walking distance from the IIT main gate. Otherwise, take any bus to Saidapet and from there, any bus heading for Adyar or Besant Nagar which will drop you right in front of the IIT gate. You could also take any bus to Adyar; there are frequent buses from Adyar Signal to the campus. Once you reach the In gate, there are buses to Gajendra Circle (near the administrative block and Central Library), the academic zone and the hostels (they are around 3.8 km from the main gate!) almost every 30 minutes.

From To Buses No.
Central Station Gandhi Mandapam, IIT, Adyar 18B, 19S
Saidapet IIT, Besant Nagar 5B, 23C, 47A, 47
Egmore Station IIT, Adyar 23C, 23E, 23A, 23G
Adyar Traffic Signal IIT 1LSS, 4LSS, 6LSS

If you have luggage, an auto-rickshaw or taxi would it would be the most comfortable option. The fare will be about Rs. 120 for an auto-rickshaw and Rs. 250 for a taxi. If you arrive at Egmore Station, you could take buses to IIT, Gandhi Mandapam or Adyar from where there are number of buses to the IIT. Current auto- rickshaw and taxi fares from Egmore are approximately Rs.100 and Rs.200 respectively.