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IIT Madras students to organise Space Tech Summit

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IIT Madras students to organise Space Tech Summit - Times of India

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Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) students will organize a Space Tech Summit as part of the annual technical festival Shaastra to promote innovation and collaboration in the sector.

After a gap of two years, Shaastra 2023 which is among the largest student-run technical festivals in the country, will be conducted in physical mode this year from January 26 to 29 2023.

We look forward to extending a warm welcome to all the participants, speakers, judges and other stakeholders and host them on our campus as part of Shaastra.


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Published On: 2023-01-26 @ 04:03:10 (3 days ago)

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