Team ISTE here at NIT Hamirpur is taking an initiative PAHAL to help freshers in the admission process by setting up a help-desk, in-person guidance, and in every way possible.
The website is to provide necessary tools and information.
It is mobile-oriented to minimise load on users' devices. Dark mode is recommended for power savings but light mode is also available and fully functional.
The Hult Prize is an annual, year-long competition that crowd-sources ideas from college students after challenging them to solve a pressing social issue around topics such as food security, water access, energy, and education. It was founded by Ahmad Ashkar and is funded by Bertil Hult, the latter of whom, along with his family – founders of EF Education First – donates US$1 million in seed capital to help the winning team launch a social enterprise.
The Prize is a partnership between Hult International Business School and the United Nations Foundation. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton selects the challenge topic and announces the winner each September. The Hult prize has been referred to as the "Nobel Prize for students" by Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus.
Every technocrat’s first hand at practical implementation of what has been learnt, every nerd’s passion and the most fulfilling exploration of technology that any engineer can do. These are merely the glimpses of the gala show that "Prodyogiki" is. We at ISTE, NIT Hamirpur are ready with a chain of events designed to challenge and motivate the students, and bring out their best.
Prodyogiki is filled with interactive technological sessions, workshops, events, quizzes and ample other activities for all you technocrats out there. We promise to be the melting pots of different engineering and technical fields and will set new benchmarks in taking the technological culture of NIT Hamirpur to the unprecedented marks of glory.