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2021/07/19

Student of HCST Mr. Indermeet Singh got admission in M.Tech Biotechnology in IIT Kanpur

Indermeet Singh Bakshi, a student of the Department of Biotechnology Hindustan College of Science and Technology got admission in M.Tech Biotechnology IIT Kanpur. Vice Chairman, Shri Y.K Gupta and Executive Vice President Prof.V. K.Sharma Sharda Group's institutions Congratulated Indermeet Singh Bakshi for his admission in M.Tech in IIT Kanpur and wishing him all the best for a bright future. Director of the Institute Dr. Rajeev Kumar Upadhyay congratulated Indermeet Singh Bakshi and told that he has secured first rank in GATE-2021 (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) in all over India examination and GATE-2021 (AIR-19) (Life Sciences) )He applied in IIT mumbai IIT kanpur and IIT guwahati for admission in M.Tech. and he has been selected in all the three institutions. He took the admission in IIT Kanpur Head of Departments Dr. Ajay Kumar Sharma said that Indermeet Singh Bakshi, has been a meritorious student from the very beginning and has always tried to give his best by being focused to achieve his goal. He said that our alumni have also brought laurels to the institute by getting gold or silver medals in AKTU in previous years, Sarvashu Saxena (GATE- AIR-10), Pankaj (GATE AIR-18 ), Subhangi Agarwal ( GATE - AIR - 18 ), Muskan Khaitan (GATE AIR- 46), Kumari Chanchal Singh ( GATE - AIR - 79 ) In all India examination, the students of the Biotechnology Department have established records by showing their talents. He told that the student has given his best performance in the academic merit list in AKTU University from the first year itself. On the basis of the recently declared results of seventh semester, student Indermeet Singh Bakshi secured first rank in the institute by securing 92.8 percent marks. On this occasion, Dean R&D Dr. M.S.Gaur, Dean Faculty Dr. Harendra Singh Dean Student Welfare Dr. Sandeep Aggarwal, Assistant Dean Academics Shri Vijay Katta, all the heads of the department and faculty members of the institute congratulated him.