International summer and winter term(ISWT), IIT Kharagpur

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur is starting its international summer and winter term(ISWT) where the national and international participants will get an opportunity to seek knowledge and experience from the reputed International faculty through intensive study of subjects and personal interactions. By bringing together participants and faculty from India and around the world, the ISWT will not only be academically stimulating but also offer an opportunity to make new friends and to interact with international experts.

Participants from Industry, Research Organisations, Faculty and Students from all over the world are welcome to register for the 19 subjects offered during the summer term and 9 subjects during the winter term. These subjects are designed around current and multidisciplinary themes of Science, Engineering, Management and Law. The duration for each subject is of 2 weeks or 10 working days with a judicious blend of lectures and tutorials per day.

IIT Kharagpur will issue a course completion certificate to all participants that attend classes regularly. The students registered for these courses, optionally, will have the opportunity to obtain additional academic credits based on the evaluation and grading process. His/her home university/Institute will be mainly responsible for transferring ISWT academic credits. IIT Kharagpur will only provide information on the grading system, subject syllabus, and the academic policy.

Note by Rajesh Mondal
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