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26 students from IIT Indore placed at a Japanese firm with an annual salary of ₹40 lakhs!

In a remarkable placement schedule at the Indian Institute of Technology Indore, 26 students have successfully bagged job offers from one of Japan's leading companies, Rakuten. Overcoming the troubles propelled by the pandemic, these students nailed through the virtual recruitment drive conducted by the e-commerce and online retail firm. As per reports, each of these individuals has been offered an annual salary package of ₹40 lakhs.

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IIM Indore ranks 6th in the list of management institutions in NIRF rankings 2021!

Adding a new feather to its cap of glory, IIM Indore has secured the 6th spot in the national rankings of management institutions, released by the Central Government on Thursday. As per reports, the premier B-school was placed at the 7th spot last year and it has managed to improve its rank in the NIRF rankings of 2021 now. On the other hand, IIT Indore has dropped down in the list from 10th spot in 2020 to 13th place in the latest rankings.

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New Technology Innovation Hub established at IIT Indore to boost novel advancements!

With technical crafts and novel developments, the Indian Institute of Technology Indore has become a hub of inventive progress. As per the latest reports, a Technology Innovation Hub (TIH) called DRiving Innovation through Simulation Hub for Technologies in Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (DRISHTI CPS) has been established at the institute. Reportedly, this centre shall work in fields of skill enhancement, technology development, and product commercialization.

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Aloe vera may be useful in making memory chips & other data storage devices: IIT Indore study

Having a range of medicinal and nutritional properties, aloe vera may be deployed for usage in memory chips of electronic devices. Through the discovery of "electronic memory effect chemical" in Aloe Vera, a study by the Indian Institute of Technology Indore has predicted such possibilities. As per reports, an official from the top-notch technical institution apprised that plant may be used in memory chips and other electronic storage devices, given the presence of this property.

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IIT Indore receives 2 patents for pioneering inventions in the fields of medicine & technology

Through its high academic standards and commitment towards progress, IIT Indore has been a constant promoter of new and innovative ideas. As per the latest developments, the institute has received two patents from Indian Patent Office for its path-breaking creations. Reportedly, Prof. Avinash Sonawane from the Department of Bioscience and Biomedical Engineering and Dr. Anirban Dasgupta from the Computer Science Department have been successful in getting the patents.

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