CBS 60 minutes on IIT
Put Harvard, Princeton and MIT together, and you begin to get the idea of the status of this school in India, dedicated to producing world-class chemical, electrical and computer engineers with a curriculum that may be the most rigorous in the world.
'Real' Narayana Murthy?
"Kamath's grading system was a punch in the nose for students who fancied themselves as the best and brightest in India. Often, only one student per test got an A - the top scorer. The second-best score got a B. Everyone else got Cs, Ds, or Fs." [Business Week (December 7, 1998]
Microsoft and IIT
Grading, women, dalits, IITians at IIT
I studied at IIT Bombay (Mumbai)
Is MIT run by IIT Kanpur mafia?
Rajat Gupta - IIT Delhi to Harvard Business School (HBS) to McKinsey