Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur campus on October 5. This visionary institute, stretched out across 852 acres of land, is poised to redefine technical education in India with its forward-thinking approach.
IIT Jodhpur: Leading the Way in Sustainability and Innovation
Established in 2008 alongside seven other IITs, IIT Jodhpur stands out as one of India’s most meticulously planned technical campuses. It places a strong emphasis on sustainability, nurturing excellence in thought, and instilling human values in its students, going beyond traditional academics.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the large Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur campus on October 5. This school, on 852 acres of land, aims to change how we learn about technology in India.
Empowering Education, Research, Sustainability, and Innovation for a Stronger India
IIT Jodhpur serves as a beacon of high-quality, inclusive, and holistic education, catering to over 4500 students. It’s not just about imparting knowledge but also fostering cutting-edge research and deep-tech innovation, potentially transforming the nation’s economy. In alignment with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, IIT Jodhpur offers a curriculum tailored to emerging fields like Clean Energy, Artificial Intelligence, and Bio-engineering. Additionally, it collaborates with AIIMS Jodhpur for unique innovation-driven joint degree programs in medical technologies.
A notable feature is the institute’s mandatory social connect program, encouraging students and faculty to engage in scientific projects benefiting rural areas. This emphasis on community engagement and interdisciplinary research sets IIT Jodhpur apart.