Summer Research Internship Program at IIT Gandhinagar: Apply by March 25

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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar has invited applications for admission to the 8 weeks Summer Research Internship Program being organized by the Institute from May 6 to July 15, 2022.

The flagship program strives to bring together students and faculty from prominent institutions across the country to the campus. It will allow visitors to participate in on- going research projects, undergo mentorship by IITGN faculty and develop close
partnerships and collaborations between respective institutions.

Eligibility: Applicant should be pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at a prominent institution in India.

Applicants are required to work with an IITGN faculty. They may review the list of participating faculty along with the description of projects being offered, at

Applicants may apply for internship based on their interests and prior experience. They are free to apply for projects outside their declared degree specializations.

SRIP 2022 will be conducted in the offline mode. Students are expected to work on the project in-person and interact with the faculty mentor on a regular basis while staying on campus. This mode is open to all the students (Internal and External).
Hostel accommodation will be provided to the summer interns and students are required to pay the applicable hostel charges.

Applicants will be required to make a presentation to the institute and submit a report at the end of the tenure. The interns will be entitled to receive a stipend and a certificate on successful completion of the internship. Weekly stipend of Rs. 2000 will
be paid after completion of the internship. The stipend for faculty funded projects, however, may vary.

Applications can be submitted at latest by March 25, 2022. Applicants should not send hard copy of the filled application form to IITGN

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