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Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) ranked 8th amongst Top medical colleges in India by NIRF

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The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, a 217 bedded Super Specialty institute specializing in treatment of liver disorders, has emerged as a top medical college and institute in the country, according to the rankings recently released by the National Institute Ranking Framework or NIRF on 3rd April 2018. For an institute only ten years old, this achievement comes as a resounding recognition of the trail blazing work done by the doctors and staff of ILBS.

The institute emerged as one of the only two top ten ranked institutes from Delhi in the countrywide rankings, the other being the All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Being the youngest institute in the fray, most other institutes in the top 25 ranked colleges were decades old well established medical colleges in the country.

The institute scores 57.12 overall, well ahead of reputed institutes like AMU, Jamia, UCMS and Kasturba Medical College. It was also ranked second overall in the country according to the parameter Teaching, Learning and Resources which includes Student Strength, Faculty-student ratio, Combined metric for Faculty with PhD (or equivalent) and Experience, and Total Budget and Its Utilisation. On this parameter the institute scores 84.95 out of 100, behind only AIIMS. Read more

Students from engineering colleges across India to present futuristic technologies in energy transportation at national innovation contest KPIT Sparkle 2018

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KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT), a global technology company specializing in IT consulting and product engineering, announced today that 30 teams from engineering and technology institutes from across India are shortlisted to compete in the finals of its annual national design and development innovation contest, KPIT Sparkle. It aims at fostering a culture of innovation and critical thinking among students to solve real-world problems in socially-relevant sectors.

The KPIT Sparkle 2018 edition, with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, as its knowledge partner, invited students to develop next-generation technologies—applying artificial intelligence, new materials, and cybersecurity—to make products in the energy and transportation sectors greener, safer, and user-convenient. It received more than 12,000 registrations from more than 600 engineering and science colleges in the pre-qualification stage and shortlisted 30 of the 1,500+ teams for the finals based on the novelty, affordability, and commercial viability of their proposed ideas. KPIT Sparkle is an initiative by the company’s Innovation Council—chaired by Dr. R. A. Mashelkar, Board Member, KPIT— which focuses on the promotion of innovation both within the company and outside.International jurors consisting of eminent industry experts, technologists, academicians, and business leaders will evaluate the projects. Read more