Programming Club

Programming Club, IIT Indore is for those minds who have sheer interest in programming. For those who have zest for programming and believe in the miracles of coding, this is the right place. The Club encourages active participation in various programming competitions, seminars, lectures and workshops etc. This club also envelopes all the news releases,updates of softwares, web services and other relevant technologies in the computer science and the tech world.

Recently, team Paradigm Shift ( Archit Karandikar, Piyush Lahoti and Sanjeev Sheenoy ) of IIT Indore participated in ACM ICPC - World Finals 2013 and secured 3rd position from India. This makes IIT Indore the first new IIT to participate in such a mega contest that brought IITI to the world maps for coding. And more recently, team Paradigm Shift ( Archit Karandikar, Piyush Lahoti and Gaurav Agarwal ) have qualified for ACM ICPC World Finals 2014.
What next?? Join us and start coding.....

Programming Club News

Electronics Club

The Electronics club of IIT Indore is motley of electronics fanatics. It caters the need of providing a platform which can expose individuals to the ever fascinating field of electronics. Our aim is to create an atmosphere conducive for this subject and assist students in bridging the gap between theory and practical. Keeping this in mind, we conduct lecture series, workshops, seminars and competitions. Along with theory sessions, we provide students hands on experience and chance to see the concepts working in reality. This motivates the students to think about innovations and create new wonders on their own. We take up projects which are intriguing and form the latest trends in the fields of electronics. We aim at preparing students to participate in various competitions as well.

Electronics Club News

Robotics Club

For all those who want to implement their visionary ideas and dare to dream to inculcate them in Robots. This site will update them about all the robotics events and contests taking place in IITI. Feel free to post any of your doubts or queries... " Lets all Think Out of the Box to make the Box move..."

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