Kshitij is the annual techno-management fest of IIT Kharagpur, one of India’s premier technical institutions. Started in the year 2004, the idea of Kshitij was conceived with the aim to provide the youth a national-level platform, where their talent and expertise would be recognized and rewarded. Having grown exceptionally since its beginning years, Kshitij receives a huge participation from the student community all over the globe.  The festival constitutes competitions, workshops, exhibitions and guest lecturers focusing on technological and managerial fronts.

  • Its fest is one of the most awesome fests that happens in our country.  There are many reasons why one should not miss out this fest. The happenings of the last year fest will let you know why you shouldn’t miss this one.
  • With its inception in 2004, Kshitij has gone on to become Asia’s largest techno-management fest in less than 6 years. The 2014 edition witnessed a participation of over 60,000 students from across the world.
  • Prizes worth over INR 60, 00,000 for various online and on-the-spot events in Kshitij ’14. There are many technical and non-technical events in which you can bag the prizes. So be ready and make your presence there.
  • Kshitij has been granted the patronage of UNESCO, the highest form of its support, for the third consecutive year. It’s something which makes this fest stand out of all the other one’s.
  • Participation from IITs, IIMs, Stanford, N.U.S. Singapore, Kyoto University and other leading engineering & management institutes in India and abroad. You can have an interaction with the global students.
  •  Guest Lectures by Shekhar Kapur (Director of Oscar winning movies), Jimmy Wales (Founder of Wikipedia), Sir Anthony Leggett (Nobel Prize in Physics 2003), Mr. PrahladKakkar (Renowned Ad guru), Dr. SubirGokarn (Former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India), Wg. Cmdr. Mr. Rakesh Sharma (First Indian cosmonaut), Bedabrata Pain (Director, Inventor of CMOS Image Sensor),Nawazuddin Siddiqui (Acclaimed Indian film actor) and Jonathan Forman (Head of OPCW) among others.

And guys this year also they make sure that the speakers will be more awesome than we expected. You can’t miss this one.

Make sure you gonna attend any of your interested workshop and gain the experience.

  • Workshops on next generation technologies by experts on Streaming Technology, Mozboot Camp and Appathon by Mozilla, Jaguar workshop, Semiconductor Fabrication by KLA Tencor, CUDA workshop by NVIDIA, green electronics by Texas Instruments apart from interactive workshops on UAV, Graphology, Software Reverse Engineering, Commodity Exchange and Equity Research.

Make sure you gonna attend any of your interested workshop and gain the experience.

If you are a freaking robotic loving guy here’s is awesome thing which you can’t miss it out.

Expositions on Missiles, UAV by DRDO, PR 2 Robot, Augmented AR Pool, MIT Lab Exhibit of Sense Table, Exhibition by Bosch, Face Android from Italy and Innovations of IIT Kharagpur. If you are a freaking robotic loving guy here’s is awesome thing which you can’t miss it out.

For the crazy bike riders they even got the things for you. Mega shows like the action-packed show of BMX riders from Pennsylvania, USA, 3D Building Projections ,Stunning Acro-Dunk by the Dunk Kings in which their high leaps and breadth takings stunts left all spell bounded, Laser show by Laserman-3D, Pyromania (fire jugglery show by Anta-Agni) etc.

Association with noted Fortune 500 companies like Facebook,Barclays Capital, Nokia, Intel, Cisco, Google, TECHNOTIFICATION, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Honeywell, Sun Microsystems, Texas Instruments, General Electric, Suzlon, Microsoft etc. apart from some of the biggest names of India Inc. like ITC, Wipro, SBI, HAL, ONGC etc.

So guys apart from these all you will gain a life time experience. So don’t miss it.

For more details visit the official website – www.ktj.in, official facebook page – facebook.com/ktj.iitkgp and the official android app- ktj.in/app

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