Kshitij 2019 By IIT Kharagpur

Kshitij is the annual techno-management symposium of IIT Kharagpur. Since its inception in 2004, it has grown exponentially and has become the largest symposium of its kind in Asia.

Kshitij comprises a diverse array of highly competitive technical and managerial events which attract the participation of the best brains of the leading engineering and management institutes from all across the country and even from abroad.

About Kshitij

•  Largest techno-management symposium in Asia.
•  More than 60,000 participants from all over India annually.
•  Participation from all IITs and IIMs.
•  More than INR 45,00,000 of prize money.
•  1,83,000+ followers on social media.
•  Over 10 Million clicks on our official website
•  15 glorious years of India's leading college fest.
•  Patronage from UNESCO for 7 consecutive years.
•  Patronage of CEE & SAYEN for Kshitij, 15th Edition.

Important Highlights of Kshitij

Crusade: To build an image processing Robort
Cubiscan: Event in which a bot that is capable enough to measure the dimensions of an object and find it's volume
Zenith: Event to design a bot clearing all the hurdles to reach the zenith.
Industry 4.0 Midsphere Hackathon: provides you with an unparalleled opportunity to solve real-world problems using the concepts of MindSphere

Event Date 

Kshitij 2019 is to be held from 18th-20th January 2019. 

For more information,please visit

Website: www.ktj.in

OhCampus.com is the Online Media Partner for this Event

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