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Located at the heart of Delhi, the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi is one of the leading technical institutions of the country. Home to around 4000 UG and 5000 PG students, IIT Delhi provides the best facilities for academic and research excellence. The campus is divided into different zones namely student residential, faculty and staff residential, student recreational area and academic zone. Come and experience as we take you along the roads of IIT Delhi.Play Video
Talking about my graduate stint, I cherish my happy memories and fondly recall my cordial relationship with my brilliant faculty advisors.
- Dr. Sitakanta Panda (Indian Institute of Technology Bhilai)
Whatever I am today, the seed was sown the day I joined the unit. This is the place where your dream becomes your reality.
- Dr. Sandip Datta (Delhi School of Economics)
The faculty members with their diverse research interests are supportive, approachable and extremely helpful.
- Dr. Ruhi Sonal (IIT Jodhpur)
IIT-Delhi provided me with a conducive environment not only to grow as an academician but also broadened my horizons.
- Chavi Asrani (Joining, OP Jindal Global University from July 2021)
Economics Faculty of the HUSS Department has always been one of the best with strong academic credentials and high motivation to bring out the best in the students.
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20 October, 2021
All are cordially invited to the Econ-Talk "Assessing India's productivity trends and endogen