One of the great things about IITG is that, while you may leave the campus and embark on future careers, further studies, and all the other journeys of a long, exciting life, this institute never leaves you, never forgets you. You are – and always will be – an IITGian. And as such, you're invited to our first-ever alumni meet, 2020. at the occasion of the silver jubilee of its establishment.IIT Guwahati invites all it's previous day pass-outs to come back to relive their days once more inside the campus of our beloved campus.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GUWAHATI (IITG), the sixth member of the IIT fraternity, as established in 1994. The Institute has eleven Departments and five inter-disciplinary academic Centres covering all the major engineering, science and humanities disciplines and offers B.Tech, B.Des, MA, M.Des, M.Tech, M.Sc and PhD programmes. Within a short period of time, IIT Guwahati has been able to build up world class infrastructure for carrying out advanced research and is now equipped with state-of-the-art scientific and engineering facilities. It is one of the most dynamic institutions in India, with one of the most beautiful educational campuses in the country on a sprawling 285 hectares of land on the north bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra on one side, and with hills and vast open spaces on other side. IIT Guwahati is now actively engaged in increasing its global footprint. Over the past two decades, IITG has played a pioneering role in multiple areas. More...
One of the best days in one's college life is the day when he/she joins university, the day when one embarks on a new journey that potentially shapes the bright future that life entails. Then, there comes the day when one graduates form his/her alma mater while taking along a bag full of memories. Well, to refresh all those memories and with an aim to bring you all back to your beloved alma mater, IIT Guwahati organises Alumni Meet on the occasion of its silver jubilee. With a plethora of events scheduled over a duration of two days, we aim to bring you all together in the campus for meet and greet sessions with your teachers and friends.
Research Conclave is an event organized by the Students’ Academic Board (SAB) of Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG). Started in 2015, Research Conclave has become a veritable platform to nurture the young minds towards research, innovation and entrepreneurship and intends to bring the undivided attention of the students towards both industries and academia to redress the academic research challenges, concerns of the entire student community and upcoming entrepreneurs around the globe. More...
Kaziranga National Park is one of the pristine places in India, where man and nature meet together. This beautiful place is located in Northeastern districts of Golaghat and Nagoan Karbi Hills of Assam. It is surrounded by Brahmaputra River in north and Karbi Anglong mountains in south. It is noteworthy for it holds, 2/3rd of worlds most endangered species of One horned Rhinoceros. It also has high density of Tigers in country. Kaziranga national Park is home to variety of Herbivores like The Asiatic Elephant, Swamp Deer, Asiatic Water Buffaloes, Gaur and other small herbivores.
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary has highest density of One- Horned Rhinoceros. It is around 50km from Guwahati located in Morigaon District of Assam. It has astounding diversity of birds in their natural habitat. It is also called as ‘Bharatpur of the East’. Overall, the terrains of Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is a breath-taking experience for a traveller or admirer of nature.
Located in Nilachal Hill in western part of Guwahati, The Kamakhya Temple is one of the most venerated Shakti Shrine in Indian Subcontinent. According to Hindu scriptures, it one of the 4 important Shakti Peethas. Kamakhya temple celebrates the feminine power to child birth. It is regarded extremely important in tantric cults of Hinduism.
Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden is located in Guwahati. It has presence of upto 895 animal, bird and reptile species and 113 species from around the world. Assam Zoo established in 1957, spreads across 432 acres. Even though One Horned Rhinoceros and Indian Tiger are prime attraction, other famous species like chimpanzees, langur, macaques, Panther, Hippopotamus, Nilgai, White tiger could be seen.