DDA to use soil bio-technology to meet water shortage

The Delhi Development Authority has decided to use an innovative `soil bio-technology`, developed by IIT-Bombay, to meet the water requirement in Dwarka area.

A Turn in Tide?

Is engineering losing its sheen? Experts tell Gauri Rane that despite the rise in vacant seats and limited job prospects it is not so.

IIT-Bombay student found dead in Vizag hotel

A 26-year-old student of IIT Bombay was found dead in his hotel room here under mysterious circumstances on Sunday, police said.

Barren Island volcano is 1.8 million years old: Study

India`s only active volcano in the Barren Island in the Andaman Sea is at least 1.8 million years old, a new study has said.

IIT-Bombay records 40% jump in hirings by fin firms

With improvement in the economic
climate post-slowdown, the battered financial services sector
has restarted recruiting and the year 2009-10 saw a 40 per
cent jump in hirings by such firms from the prestigious
IIT-Bombay.

IIT-Bombay faculty joins nationwide protest for higher pay

On a day when the country is celebrating the Teacher`s Day, around 450 faculty members of Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, on Saturday joined the nationwide relay fast demanding better pay structure.