At least 89 NIT Srinagar students qualify GATE

Srinagar: At least 89 students of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar have qualified Graduate Aptitude Test For Engineering (GAT)-2021 examination of which the results were declared on Saturday.
As per the statement issued here on Sunday, out of total of 212 students who appeared in GATE examinations at NIT Srinagar, 89 have qualified the examinations with good ranks.
The figures included 35 students of Civil Engineering, 14 in Engineering Services Examination, 12 Mechanical, 11 in Electrical Engineering, eight in Information Technology, four in Chemical Engineering, four in Computer Science & Engineering and one from Metallurgical and Materials Engineering department have qualified for the GATE exams.
Director NIT Srinagar, Prof Dr Rakesh Sehgal has expressed gratitude to the qualifiers and congratulated them on their success.
“The faculty in NIT is working for the students. They will not leave any stone unturned for the overall development of students. It is a proud movement for the NIT Srinagar and we will continue this dedication in future also,” he said.
Dr Sehgal urged students to make the best possible use of available resources. He also appreciated the tireless effort of faculty members.
“Despite COVID-19 challenges, NIT Srinagar did not allow students to suffer in their academics. We taught students online as well as offline,” he said.
Registrar NIT Srinagar, Prof Kaiser Bukhari also extended warm greetings to the qualifiers and urged them to work hard to achieve success.
“It is proud movement for the institute. There is no second option to hard work. I advise them to serve the society dedicatedly and selflessly,” he said.
On Saturday, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay declared the result of the GATE in which 7,11,542 appeared out of which 1,26,813 candidates have qualified for the prestigious exam across India.
Meanwhile, the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Saturday organized a special virtual session on International Happiness Day in which Mumbai-based Tedx speaker and founder of 60 Bits Consulting Kala Diwanji hosted the session for teaching and non-teaching staff of the institute.
The session was hosted by the Department of Humanities Social Science and Management (HSS &M), to mark the observance of International Day of Happiness–“HAPPINESS INKED”.