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Title: Industrial Tribology, Machine Dynamics & Maintenance


1
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
2
Contact
Prof. B.N. Jain Dean, Alumni International
Affairs Phone 91-11-6591713 91-11-7163 E-mail
deanaaip_at_admin.iitd.ernet.in Prof.
R.S.Sirohi Director Phone 91-11-659 1701
91-11-6867541 FAX 91-11-6857659 E-mail
director _at_admin.iitd.ernet.in Indian Institute
of Technology, Delhi Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110
016
3
OBJECTIVES
  • Provide high quality education .
  • Provide state-of-the-art facilities for R D.
  • Close collaboration with industry.
  • National and international collaboration.

4
VISION
WILL TO EXCEL
To Sustain and Enhance the Excellence of IIT
Delhi and to continue to Provide World Class
Education
5
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
DEPARTMENTS, CENTRES AND PROGRAMMES
  • Departments 13
  • Research Centres 9
  • Interdisciplinary Programmes 8
  • Central Facilities 10

6
DEPARTMENTS
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Biochemical Engineering Biotechnology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Humanities Social Science
  • Management Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Physics
  • Textile Technology
  • Later Additions

7
RESEARCH CENTRES
  • Centre for Applied Research in Electronics.
  • Centre for Atmospheric Sciences.
  • Centre for Biomedical Engineering.
  • Centre for Energy Studies.
  • Educational Technology Services Centre.
  • Instrument Design Development Centre.
  • Industrial Tribology, Machine Dynamics
  • Maintenance Engineering Centre.
  • Centre for Polymer Science Engineering.
  • Centre for Rural Development Technology.
  • Computer Services Centre.

8
4 year B.Tech.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Production Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • Textile Technology

5 year Dual degree (B.Tech. M.Tech.), since
1997.
  • Biochemical Engineering Biotechnology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science Engineering

5 year Integrated Master of Technology
  • Biochemical Engineering Biotechnology
  • Mathematics Computing

9
Masters Programmes
ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
M.Tech. Programmes - 35 M.S. by research -
7 Master of Design (M.Des.) - 1 Master of
Science (M.Sc.) - 3
Master Business Administration
  • Two Programmes - 2 yr. FT and 3 yr. PT

Doctoral Programmes
In all departments and Centres
10
INDUSTRY SPONSORED M.TECH. PROGRAMMES
  • 1. VLSI Design Tools and Technology sponsored by
    several industries including Phillips
    Semi-conductors.
  • 2. Construction Technology and Management,
    sponsored by Larsen and Toubro.
  • 3. Power generation sponsored by NTPC (National
    Thermal Power Corporation).
  • The full cost is met by the sponsors.

11
Academic Achievements
Degrees Awarded (till 2000)
12
Academic Achievements
Degrees Awarded (till 2000)
Under Graduate
Post Graduate

8778
M.Tech.

8116
B.Tech.

2354
Ph.D.
5yr Integrated
M.Tech.


219
1381
M Sc.

622
DIIT
Total

8,335

136
MBA

44
M.Des.

24
M.Sc.Research

13,339
Total
13
Recognition of Excellence
  • IIT Delhi has been ranked 4th best in Asia
    Pacific which include Japan, Australia, Korea
    etc., in 1999 in a survey conducted by Asiaweek.
    Rated highest in India.
  • Survey showed that IIT Delhi has a strong focus
    on research and creation of knowledge.
  • Constraint Financial Resources

14
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
Campus area - 320acres. Population - 11,000
Faculty Scientists 460 Administration
Support 1,728
Students U.G. (incl. 5-year M.Tech.)
1,810 P.G. (M.Tech./M.Sc./Ph.D. 1,800 Total

3,610
15
STRENGTHS OF IIT DELHI
  • Outstanding students.
  • High quality faculty.
  • Very good infrastructure by world standards,
    (Excellent by regional standards)
  • High quality educational process.
  • Advantage of location.
  • Excellent environment of the campus.
  • Excellent interaction with the industry.
  • Outstanding alumni spread all over the world.
  • IITD a brand name.

16
WEAKNESSES OF IIT DELHI
  • Large number of faculty retiring.
  • Low availability of quality Ph.D. students.
  • Obsolescence of some facilities and high cost of
    replacement.
  • Financial resource constraints.

17
OPPORTUNITIES
  • Sustained demand for trained quality technical
    manpower.
  • Industry realizing the importance of R D.
  • Networking with the organizations where our
    alumni have made a difference.
  • Alumni as important stake holders.
  • Continuing education programmes for the industry.
  • Starting a Business School with emphasis on
    technology.
  • Starting a School of Information Technology.

18
THREATS
  • Declining funding from the Government.
  • Escalating costs.
  • Difficulty in attracting young faculty.
  • Decline in academic research because of decline
    of Ph.D. students.

19
BACKDROP / CHALLENGE
  • High demand for QUALITY technical education.
  • Out of 600,000 wanting to study Engineering
    110,000 compete for 2,500 seats in the IITs for
    undergraduate courses.
  • High demand for QUALITY manpower from the
    industry
  • 130,000 seats (Bachelors) in the country to
    study engg.
  • How many of these are of SUFFICIENT STANDARD ?
  • Students coming to engineering institutions are
    VERY BRIGHT.

20
STEPS TAKEN IN THE RECENT PAST
TO SUSTAIN AND ENHANCE EXCELLENCE OF IIT DELHI
  • To provide quality education to more students
  • B.Tech. students intake increased from 310 in
    1994 to 470 in 1999.
  • Substantial increase in PG students intake.
  • Fee increased from Rs 2000 per yr. in 1994 to Rs.
    25,000 in 1999. To increase to Rs 30,000 in 2000.

21
COST OF EDUCATION
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
  • Relatively high,
  • For B.Tech. Rs.150,000 / yr
  • For M.Tech. Rs.200,000 / yr
  • For Ph.D. Rs.300,000 / yr
  • ( Does not include capital investment
    depreciation)

22
IMPROVEMENT IN INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Modernization of classrooms A.V.Facilities in
    many rooms.
  • LCD/Video projection facilities is made
    available on request.
  • Acquiring laptop computers for video projection.
  • Addition of a number of classrooms with larger
    capacity (gt60 and upto 250) with modern furniture
    being planned.

23
ADDITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Hostel Accommodation
  • Addition of 700 seats in the last four years.
  • 300 seats over the last year financed through a
    loan, Students servicing the loan.
  • 1972 B.Tech Electrical batch donated Rs. 5 mil.
    for 60 rooms in Jwalamukhi hostel.
  • Plan to add another 350 seats in 1999-2000.
  • Hostels without motorized vehicles.

24
TO SUSTAIN AND ENHANCE EXCELLENCE OF IIT DELHI
  • Environmental Improvement
  • Planting of 10,000 trees on the campus during
    last three years.
  • Campus free of pollution.
  • Addition to academic space approx.. 50,000 sq.
    ft. in Block VI , Block IA ,additional floor on
    BARC and Synergy Building.
  • Plan to add another 50,000 sq.ft. during
    1999-2000.

25
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (1999-2000)
Active Interaction with Industry
  • Sponsored research projects, Rs. 50 million in
    (1994 - 95) to Rs. 148 million.
  • Consultancy, Rs. 16 mil. (1994 - 95) to Rs. 62
    mil
  • Joint Student Projects.
  • External registration of staff from industry.
  • Visiting Professors from industry.
  • Technology Development Missions.
  • Short courses designed for the industry.

26
IBM SOLUTIONS RESEARCH CENTRE
  • Started at IIT Delhi in 1998
  • Established on 20,000 sq. ft.
  • First of its kind in India and third outside USA.
  • IBM to support academic programmes IIT.
  • Excellent interaction between IBM Researchers
    IIT faculty and students.
  • Currently headed by Dr. Alok Agarwal, B.Tech.
    Electrical, 1980.
  • A Win Win situation for both.

27
NEW R D PARTNERSHIPS
  • Research centers on Campus established in
    1999
  • NIIT-CRCS (Centre for Research in Cognitive
    Systems).
  • Tata Infotech (Research Centre).
  • Interaction with IIT Delhi through
  • 1. Joint Research Projects.
  • 2. Student Training and Projects.
  • 3. Teaching by Researchers.
  • 4. Consultancy by IIT Faculty.
  • 5. Product Development.

28
TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATION UNITS
  • To provide space for limited periods to new
    entrepreneurs /
  • start-up companies to facilitate RD and
    technology
  • development in areas of interest to the
    Institute.
  • To incubate novel technology / business concepts
    into viable commercial products / services.
  • To encourage, nurture and support IIT faculty and
    students to convert innovative ideas to
    commercial ventures.
  • To encourage interactions between upcoming
    technology / start-up companies and IIT faculty.

29
TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS INCUBATION UNITS
  • e-capital Solutions -- RD activities.
  • Software development services -- telecom
    finance sector.
  • Higher end software systems integration
  • Solution provider in several management areas.
  • Info-Plex Technologies -- RD activities.
  • Solution provider in e-commerce, digital library
    and virtual internet.
  • Development introduction of electronic kiosks
    (Info-plexes) for public access.

30
IIT DELHI - APPLIED MATERIALS COLLABORATION
  • Collaboration agreement between IIT Delhi and
    Applied Materials (AM) in the Area of Integrated
    Circuits and Thin Film Technology.
  • Applied Materials have donated a facility for
    VLSI fabrication worth approx. US 2.5 mil.
  • 1 year training program at IIT Delhi for IIT
    graduates hired by Applied Materials.

Facilitated by Mr. Vinod Mahendroo, (B. Tech.
E.E. 1974) (President IBSS Business group)
31
LABS SPONSORED BY THE INDUSTRY
  • EXAMPLES
  • INTEL TECHNOLOGY LAB. - Rs. 4.5 mil.
  • MICROSOFT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY LAB. - donation of
    100 software licenses worth Rs. 4.0 mil.
  • VLSI Design Lab. worth Rs. 10 mil. donated by
    PHILIPS SEMICONDUCTORS.
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER EQUIPMENT worth Rs. 20
    mil. - donated by IBM.
  • 100 copies of Software Pro Engineer denoted by
    Parametric Technologies worth Rs 10 mil.
  • 100 copies of Helix Software donated by CSE
    Asia Pacific worth Rs 10 mil.
  • Unit of Excellance in Enterprise Applications
    donated by BAAN worth Rs 5 mil.
  • Textile Lab Equipment donated by Vardhaman
    Spinning worth Rs 6.5 mil.

32
Upto 100 Sandwich Model Scholarships to M.Tech.
and M.S.(Research) degree Students in I.I.T.s
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
scholarships
IIT Delhi - 33 students in 1999 Students to
carry out upto 8 months of research work at
participating German Technical Universities
at Aachen, Berlin, Darmstadt, Dresden, Karlsruhe
and Stuttgart
33
Interactions with foreign universities
  • COUNTRY MoUs
  • Australia 2
  • Egypt 1
  • France 6
  • Germany 4
  • Japan 4
  • Malaysia 1
  • Nepal 1
  • TOTAL 35 MoUs

COUNTRY MoUs Netherlands 2 Singapore
1 Spain 1 Sweden
1 Thailand 1 USA 10
34
ICICI - WORLD BANK LOAN
  • Rs. 90 mil. under Technology Improvement Program
  • Activities
  • Networking Infrastructure
  • Optical fiber LAN with 1400 access points and 2
    Mbps connectivity extending to Hostels.
  • Electrical Energy Audit.
  • ECO- Textile Testing facility.
  • Environmental Testing facility.

35
COMPUTING FACILITIES
36
BUSINESS SCHOOL
  • Proposed Business School.
  • Requirements of funds - Rs. 200 million.
  • ITC Education Trust has given a donation of Rs.
    20 million - facilitated by an alumnus, Mr. Y.C.
    Deveshwar, Chairman and M. D. of ITC.

37
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • To provide academic infrastructure support
    for Human Resource Development, research
    consulting - in the area of Information
    Technology.
  • Teaching - Masters Doctoral programmes
  • Build partnership with Industry through
    collaborative projects.
  • Resource requirement
  • -- Faculty.
  • -- Laboratory Classrooms.
  • -- State of the art equipment.
  • -- Administrative support.
  • -- Finances - Rs. 20 crores.

38
OPERATING BUDGET
  • Year Expenditure Institute
    Receipts Institute Receipts as
  • ( In Lacs. Of Rupees )
    a of Expenditure
  • 1992-93 2836 285 10
  • 1995-96 3959 715 18
  • 1998-99 6728 1455 22
  • 1999-00 6632 1893 29

39
TARGETS FOR RESOURCES
TO SUSTAIN AND ENHANCE EXCELLENCE OF IIT DELHI
  • Corpus of Rs. 200 crores (US 60 mil.) by year
    2000.
  • Through own earnings
  • Contributions from industry
  • Matching grant from Government of India
  • Support of alumni
  • Such a corpus is vital to sustain excellence.
  • Current amount in corpus is Rs. 30 crores.

40
FUTURE PROJECTIONS FOR FUNDS
  • 1. Building additional infrastructure for
    increasing student strength (From 4000 to 5000)
  • 2. Upgradation of facilities, including
    replacement of equipment, modernizing
    laboratories, renovation of building, upgrading
    IT infrastructure.
  • 3. Establishment of Business School.
  • 4. Establishment of School of Information
    Technology.
  • 5. Building up of Corpus.

Rs. 200 Crores Rs. 200 Crores Rs. 20
Crores Rs. 20 Crores Rs. 200 Crores
41
INSTITUTION OF CHAIRS
  • Target for Chairs 100
  • Chairs sponsored to date 23
  • Chairs sponsored by our Alumni 3

42
CHAIRS SPONSORED BY IIT DELHI ALUMNI
  • Naren K. Gupta - In Mechanical
    Engineering Department. Currently
    occupied by Prof. P.L. Dhar
  • Rajat Gupta - In Applied Mechanics
    Department Currently occupied
    by Prof. R.C. Malhotra
  • Jai N. Gupta - In Electrical Engineering
    Department, Currently occupied
    by Prof. H.M. Gupta

(B.Tech. Mech., 1969) Chairman Managing
Director Integrated System USA
(B.Tech. Mech., 1971) Managing Director McKinsey
Company Inc. USA
(B.Tech. Elec., 1967) President EER Systems
Corporation USA
43
TRIBUTE TO Prof. DOGRA
  • Convocation hall named as the Professor Rajender
    N. Dogra hall
  • Professor Dogra Chair sponsored by the IIT Delhi
    Alumni Association

44
Distinguished Alumni Awardees
Name Degree Year Award year 1. Prof. P.K.
Kaw Ph.D. 1966 1992 2. Dr. Jai
N.Gupta B.Tech. 1967 1992 3. Dr. Vinod
Khosla B.Tech. 1976 1993 4. Prof. Yogesh
Jaluria B.Tech. 1970 1994 5. Dr. Vijay.P.
Bhatkar Ph.D. 1972 1994 6. Mr. Rajat
Gupta B.Tech. 1971 1995 7. Mr.
R.S.Pawar B.Tech. 1972 1995 8. Mr. Y.C.
Deveshwar B.Tech. 1968 1996 9. Prof. S.R.
Kulkarni M.S. 1972 1996 10. Dr. Naren K.
Gupta B.Tech. 1969 1997 11. Mr.Vinod
Mahendroo B.Tech. 1974 1998 12. Prof. A.J.
Paulraj Ph.D. 1973 1998 13. Dr. O.P.
Sharma B.Tech. 1967 1999 14. Mr. Vijay
Thadani B.Tech. 1972 1999 15. Mr. Anil
Sood MBA 1975 2000 16. Prof. G.P. Agarwal
Ph.D. 1974 2000 17. Mr. Hari S
Bhartia B.Tech. 1979 2000
45
IITD ALUMNI
  • Total number over 20000
  • Addresses available 9000 (approx.)
  • Estimated Number in USA 4000 to 5000 Address
    Available 2000 (approx.)
  • IITD Alumni association chapters - In India 9
    chapters in USA 7 chapters in UK 1 chapters

46
WHAT CAN THE ALUMNI DO FOR IITD ?
ALUMNI OF IIT DELHI
  • Participate in activities of IITD.
  • Promote networking between their organization and
    alma mater for mutual benefit.
  • To spend part of their sabbatical at IITD, in
    case of academicians.
  • Assist in resource generation
  • By encouraging their organizations to support
    education at IITD.
  • Through personal contributions, wherever possible.

47
CONTRIBUTION TO THE CORPUS FUND ON IIT DELHI
PREFERENCE FOR UTILIZATION OF CONTRIBUTION
  • Financial Aid to Students
  • B.Tech. M.Tech. M.Sc. Ph.D. - Dept./
    Centre______
  • Research Activities - Dept./ Centre ______
  • Hostel Building Fund - Hostel ____________
  • Library upgradation and Maintenance
  • Computer Services
  • General Development
  • Student Activities
  • Any other ________________________

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ALUMNI CONTRIBUTION (so far)
  • Sponsored Chairs 4 Rs. 110 Lacs
  • Sponsored B.Tech. Scholarships 17 Rs. 22
    Lacs
  • 60 Rooms in Jwalamukhi hostel Rs. 50
    Lacs
  • Internet connections in Jwalamukhi hostel Rs.
    10 Lacs
  • Upgradation of Aravali hostel Rs. 25
    Lacs
  • Miscellaneous contributions Rs. 210
    Lacs
    ____________________
  • Total contributions Rs. 427 Lacs
  • Director's circle 50,000 / Rs. 20 lakhs and
    above.
  • Deans circle 25,000 / Rs. 10 lakhs and above.
  • All distinguished alumni are members of the
    Director's circle.

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MODE OF CONTRIBUTION IN INDIA
  • By a draft of cheque in any currency in the name
    of Registrar, IIT Delhi.
  • To IIT Delhi Corpus account no. 65225 with State
    Bank of India, IIT, Hauz Khas, New Delhi -
    110016.
  • Electronic transfer to IIT Delhi in US account
    no. 18/93 with Canara Bank, Safadarjung
    Development Area, New Delhi - 110016.
  • Contributions are fully tax deductible in India.

50
MODE OF CONTRIBUTION IN U.S.A.
  • IIT Delhi Foundation established in U.S.A.
  • IIT Delhi Fund set up with Fidelity Investments
    in Boston.
  • Account name IIT Delhi Fund , Account No
    CGF23050 Address Charitable Gift Fund, Fidelity
    Investments, 82 Devonshire Street,
    F35A, Boston MA 02109, USA.
  • Phone (800)-952-4438
  • Contributions are fully tax deductible in U.S.A.
  • Minimum contribution amount is US 1,000.
  • Two or more persons can combine to contribute and
    receive tax benefits individually.

51
DEAN, ALUMNI AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES
  • To develop a closer relationship with the Alumni.
  • To keep the Alumni informed of the developments
    at IIT Delhi.
  • To update the Alumni data-base.
  • To Synergies the expertise of the Alumni and that
    available in the Institute.
  • To have Alumni involved in the future growth of
    the Institute and in maintaining its
    excellence.
  • Office established September 1997
  • First Dean Professor Ashok Misra

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Contacts for IITD ALUMNI
  • E-Mail
  • deanaaip_at_admin.iitd.ernet.in
  • director_at_admin.iitd.ernet.in
  • Internet
  • http//www.iitd.ernet.in
  • IIT Delhi Alumni Association
  • E-Mail
  • iitdaa_at_vsnl.com
  • Internet
  • http//www.iitdalumni.org
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