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ambulance-photo-resizedIIT-KGP Foundation donates a State-of-the-Art Ambulance as a gift to their alma mater

The IIT-Kharagpur Foundation USA is pleased to announce that they have purchased a state-of-the-art ambulance that was recently delivered to campus. This gift was a suggestion by a group of alumni to kick off a wider wellness initiative on campus. The campaign for funds is still ongoing to help support the maintenance and training for the ambulance in addition to creating an improved wellness program on campus. Please give back generously to help out this much needed initiative!

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Video Gallery

A collection of videos that highlight IIT Kharagpur...

Dedication of the classroom that the Batch of 1968 Founded in the Nalanda Complex during their reunion in January 2018

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Our Distinguished Alumni

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whatsapp_image_2019-02-14_at_16.22.08Current and Upcoming Projects at KGP

Make sure to check back often to see the new and completed projects the Foundation is working on!

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Latest News

2017-2018 Alumni Annual Report Now Available Online!

Make sure to check out the annual report that was recently released by the IITKGP Alumni Affairs and International Relations Office!

India's groundwater storage being replenished thanks to study by researchers at IIT-Kgp and NASA

India's groundwater storage, which had been falling steadily in recent years, is now being replenished according to researchers from IIT-Kharagpur and NASA.
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