Dr. KPS Rana

Dr. KPS Rana

Dr. KPS Rana believes in innovation, strives for perfection and appreciates dedication. One of the stalwarts of the ICE division at NSIT, Dr. KPS Rana has pioneered many projects and inspired many students towards research and innovation. His classes never see a dull moment and those who study under him can swear by their fundamentals. He had served the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for over 7 years before joining NSIT. Here’s what he has…

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Exclusive: Tête-à-Tête with Dr. Srini Devadas

Exclusive: Tête-à-Tête with Dr. Srini Devadas

The student should not only pick his area of interest, but should also know what he is actually supposed to do, logistically as well. One has to hit the ground running, with respect to professors, have the ground laid and have an exhaustive interaction with the concerned professor. A clarity in the mindset is the foremost thing.

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Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty

Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty

At 31 years of age, filled with vigour and vitality Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty is the youngest faculty member in the Division of Computer Engineering of our college. A professed programmer, he began coding at the tender age of eight. An ardent reader of Mahabharata, he shares his experience in NSIT, and thoughts on research as a career in an exclusive interview. Q1. Sir, let’s begin with your background. What inspired you to venture into the…

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DR. J. R. P. Gupta

DR. J. R. P. Gupta

By Sonali Garg, Batch of 2016 He has had a long, fruitful journey and donned many caps. He was the first HOD of ICE and has served as the Dean of Student Welfare, Dean Administration, Dean academic, HOD of COE –IT, HOD of Applied Sciences over time. Popularly known as ‘JRPG sir’, he is always ready to share his vast experience. Q. firstly, we would like to know how you entered the teaching arena. A. Earlier I was…

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Dr. Tarun Kumar Rawat

Dr. Tarun Kumar Rawat

By Anonya Chatterjee, Batch of 2015 A dynamic and nonchalant person who has epitomized how one may achieve excellence and authority, who advocates and has abided by the motto that “there is no shortcut to success”. His gleeful persona makes seemingly obscure lectures extremely overwhelming and keeps students engrossed in class. His famous book has become “Bible” for the third semester students. Surely, one would grasp a fair idea that we are talking about our very own “TKR…

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