Trường Đại học khó chen chân vào nhất thế giới!

Trường đại học nào khó chen chân vào nhất thế giới, Harvard? MIT? Princeton? Stanford? Caltech? Nếu nghĩ vậy có lẽ nhầm, vì còn có một trường đại học khác mà nếu trượt thì vẫn còn nhiều offer học bỗng từ Harvard, MIT hay Princeton. Thử xem trong chương trình này nói gì và tại sao những tên trường có tính mặc định trên không nằm trong danh sách đó!


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Some of Notable alumni include Vinod Khosla, Shailesh Mehta, Narayan Murthy, Rajat gupta, Arun Sarin and many more

The biggest Indian hit movie, ‘3 Idiots’, was based on author Chetan Bhagat’s experiences in his engineering life at IIT Delhi.

Students all over India start dreaming of IIt when they are 10 and when they finish their 10th class, they join specialized coaching institutes and study for 10 hours everyday (minimum) for next 2-3 years, and then if they do well then some lucky 3000 people are accepted at these top institutes out of almost 200000 plus applicants. Its a dream.. a way of life.. the best of life.. its best of the India.

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are a group of 15 autonomous engineering and technology-oriented institutes of higher education established and declared as Institutes of National Importance by the Parliament of India. The IITs were created to train only scientists and engineers.

In order of establishment, they are located in Kharagpur (1950; as IIT 1951[2]), Mumbai (1958), Chennai (1959), Kanpur (1959), Delhi (1961; as IIT 1963), Guwahati (1994), Roorkee (1847; as IIT 2001), Ropar (2008), Bhubaneswar (2008), Gandhinagar (2008), Hyderabad (2008), Patna (2008), Jodhpur (2008), Mandi (2009) and Indore (2009). Apart from these ITBHU Varanasi is also slated for conversion as IIT Varanasi.