IIT-Jodhpur Launches BTech Courses In ‘Flexible Academic Structure’; Know More

New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur has launched eight new BTech courses with a “flexible structure” which will help students to design a course based on their own preferences.

The courses are aimed at developing interdisciplinary skills in “future technocrats”, IIT-Jodhpur said via a statement.

Bioengineering, AI and Data Science, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Civil and Infrastructure Engineering are the new BTech programmes being offered by IIT Jodhpur.

“The flexible academic structure allows students to opt for a BTech in Engineering Science as an informed choice after completing the first year [of] studies. Each student can design a program of his own in consultation with a faculty mentor to meet personal preferences and get trained for unique graduate outcomes in alignment with emerging industrial or research trends,” IIT Jodhpur’s statement said explaining the flexible structure of the courses.

“Such flexibility of the academic curriculum enables a student to build up a broader foundation in emerging technologies. Option of Double B.Tech. with a second degree in Engineering Science program is also available,” added the statement.

IIT-Jodhpur director, Professor Santanu Chaudhury explained the features of newly-launched BTech programmes. “IIT Jodhpur is committed to deliver a future focussed educational experience to our undergraduate students who are expected to be critical thinkers, innovators, and future leaders of technology. A contemporary and highly professional curriculum, opportunities for a multidisciplinary exploration of engineering problems in teams, with sustainability in focus, makes IITJ’s education unique and valuable,” the director said.

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