Worldwide IITs are regarded as the premier Institutions. Having an IITian in the company supposedly shows the status of the company.
The IITians are not only paid highly, but are regarded to be creative and path-breaking people.
Why is it so?
What is so different in IIT that all the other colleges do not have? and most importantly how does one get into an IIT?
Here is a small round-up on various IITs in India –The good new is that many more IITs are planned to be started in Indian in coming years. So all the students whoa re currently doing there 10th and 12th should be really happy. By the time the come out they will have more choices than what the students in the pas have had.
The IITs in India
The International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) was established by Government of India in Bangalore (the Silicon Valley of India) in 1999 with an orientation to produce and promote Information Technology professionals in the country.
The institute, a non profit organization, registered under Society’s Registration Act, 1860, is recognized as "Deemed University" hence takes the responsibility of designing its course curriculum, and conducting examination at different levels.
The university also conducts research in the emerging areas of information and software technologies. The institute gets support from Government of India, Government of Karnataka, and IT industry of India and Overseas along with many other allied industry partners.
The IIIT Bangalore, to realize its objective, offers programmes at and above post graduate level in different disciplines of Information Technology and allied sciences. The purpose of all these programmes is to produce IT manpower for the service of IT and Software industry and to make India self reliant in the field of IT resources.