VIT University was established with the aim of providing quality higher education on par with international standards. It persistently seeks and adopts innovative methods to improve the quality of higher education on a consistent basis.
The campus has a cosmopolitan atmosphere with students from all corners of the globe. Experienced and learned teachers are strongly encouraged to nurture the students. The global standards set at VIT in the field of teaching and research spur us on in our relentless pursuit of excellence. In fact, it has become a way of life for us. The highly motivated youngsters on the campus are a constant source of pride.
Our Memoranda of Understanding with various international universities are our major strength. They provide for an exchange of students and faculty and encourage joint research projects for the mutual benefit of these universities. Many of our students, who pursue their research projects in foreign universities, bring high quality to their work and esteem to India and have done us proud. With steady steps, we continue our march forward. We look forward to meeting you here at VIT.
VIT Chennai's annual virtual convocation 2020 is to be held today, the 26th December 2020. Hon’ble Tmt. Justice V.Bhavani Subbaroyan, Judge, High Court of Madras is the Chief Guest and is presided by our Honourable Chancellor Dr.G.Viswanathan. Join us live: https://www.youtube.com/c/VITChennaic
Centre for Automation and School of Mechanical Engineering, VIT, Chennai is organizing an “International Conference on Intelligent Robotics, Mechatronics and Automation Systems (IRMAS 2021)” on 26&27th March 2020.
Hearty Congratulations to the team "x-vision" for winning the "Philips Code to Care Challenge 2020".
Vishwath Kumar B S - 18BEC1289 - 3rd Yr (2018) - SENSE
Yogeeshwar S - 18BEC1343 - 3rd Yr (2018) - SENSE
Venkat Raghavan S - 18BCE1132 - 3rs Yr (2018) - SCOPE
Tarun A H - 18BCE1213 - 3rd Yr (2018) - SCOPE
They have been announced as the National Winners with a cash award of Rs. 1,00,000.
Hearty Congratulations to the team Halo, comprising of Soumyadeepta Das (18BCE1350) & Ananya Sajwan (18BCE1355), who have won the first place in "SynerGE HACK'E'LTH 2020", the Annual Flagship Hackathon of GE Healthcare India.
The project has been highly appreciated by the judges, mentors and the audience poll at GE Healthcare, and for the winning team a cash prize of 2 Lakhs has been awarded, along with other opportunities from GE Healthcare India.
We wish the team many more such accolades in the future!
Hearty Congratulations to the team "Troubleshooters" - Jayit Saha - 18BCE1071, Jishnu Saurav Mittapalli - 18BCE1113 and Ishita Dasgupta - 18BCE1351, who have been awarded 2nd Prize in Engineering Track, in the Optum Stratethon 2020 Season 2 International Hackathon.
The team won first runners up place and were rewarded with a prize money of $1,500 along with PPIs from Optum, part of UnitedHealth Group.
We wish the team many more such accolades in future!
HSI/India, in collaboration with the NSS units of @ChennaiVit and Punjab University, is hosting a virtual conference for NSS units across India on The Role of NSS in Animal Welfare.1/2 https://t.co/t4iPkdphoB