Sandipan Deb is an Indian author and journalist who serves as the editorial director at Swarajya. Prior to this, he was the founding editor of OPEN, editor at the. Sandipan Deb. Penguin Books India (P) Ltd., This book is about the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) possibly India’s greatest institutions of higher. The IITians: The Story of a Remarkable Indian Institution and How its Alumni Are Reshaping the WorldIIT (Indian Institute of Technology) is Indias biggest and.

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Harvard, in comparison, takes one in eight. Its a simple book, written in a simple, yet attractive way. Abroad, they lead giant corporations, and their feats figure in the folklore of Silicon Valley.

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You are commenting using your Twitter account. Biswapati rated it liked it Sep 30, Separate different tags with a comma. To ask other readers questions about The IITiansplease sign up. Abhishek Sinha rated it really liked it Jun 07, Aditya Dixit rated it liked it Jul 04, On August 7, at You can get an inkling of almost every non-technical aspect that you want to know about IIT, if u read this book.

The culture and atmosphere might be remarkably different in IITs but then, theres the air of similarity too…after all, college life! Notify me of new comments via email. That conversation with my friend made me to buy this. This site uses cookies. Comics And General Novels. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Perhaps, more than anybody else, an IIT-ian in general and IIT-Kgpian in particular can identify themselves the best with this book, though I still stand by my words that any collegian student, particularly with on-campus life can identify with many parts of the book.


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I liked that review a lot and wanted to read it. A good read for professionals in technical lines and lots of informative content inside the stories. Sandipan Deb, himself an IITian, delves into his own experience and those of scores of alumni to try and explain what makes IITians such outstanding achievers.

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Several chapters put together the contribution of IITians to the country e. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here On September 1, at 6: The National Library may be able to supply you with a photocopy or electronic copy of all or part of this item, for a fee, depending on copyright restrictions.

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I feel that every IIT aspirant and his parents must read this book. Open to the public ; YY I was almost interrogating him about his experience in IIT both in Academics and other areas. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Subash rated it really liked it Mar 19, Want to Read saving….


Feb 24, Kalyan Cheedi rated it really liked it. Jul 25, Tejesh added it. This has been going on for over an year now. On a fateful day last week, I landed in the library, feeling bored sitting in lab.

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An encyclopedia of IITian life — what happens to your life during your stay there. In India they head many of the biggest and most admired professionally managed companies.

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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I think it has a sense of universality at places.

You come across so many ex-iitians speaking about themselves, their institution, their work post-IIT etc etc. Seeing the caption for the title, I remembered reading about this book in Hindu or TOI long back, when it was released.