Textile Technology Department to be shut down by IIT Delhi ,Directed By The HRD Ministry To Shut Down The Department

Old classes, equipments in the 1960s and without core businesses/businesses coming to hire students in the Textile Technology, the IIT Delhi administration has been finally directed by the HRD Ministry to shut down the section

Old classes, equipments in the 1960s and without core businesses/businesses coming to hire students in the Textile Technology, the IIT Delhi administration has been finally directed by the HRD Ministry to shut down the section. It's been discussed in the Senate Assembly held on 31st March, 2016 using the current HOD, Prof. B.K. Behera and the pupils representative of the Textile Technology department.

On anonymity, one of the pupils current said that there'll be no more seats open from 2017 academic session. Professors and the lecturers would be transfer to other departments such as mechanical, applied mechanics, chemical engineering as well as other related departments which has got an identical class outline. The IIT Delhi administrator is looking for chances to transfer some lecturers and professors to other IITs which were set up in the last few years.

I do not know of any student (junior, senior or batch mate) who went into core textile business and I strongly believe shutting down is the best solution the HRD Ministry has done. Tax payers' money is wasted and may be better utilised."

The move by HRD Ministry is a change that is welcome as this open up more opportunities to the students feels another alumni and will enable usage of funds. Not surprisingly, the other departments have been directed to update their course work and get in par using the most recent technology and encourage students to think about MakeInIndia initiative.

The scholarships for PhD scholars have also increased . This is really a hope to boost the amount of researchers in the premiere Institute. Among the very best international engineering colleges in the coming years, the IITs can definitely be seen with such changes.

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