In simpler terms, 2,573 students finished their studies and got their diplomas from the school. During this period, the school gave out a total of 2,746 degrees to students. These degrees could be regular ones or ones you get when you study two different things at the same time.

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 Celebrating 60 Years of Success:

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras recently marked its 60th graduation ceremony. A whopping 2,573 students successfully finished their studies and got their degrees. In total, 2,746 degrees were awarded to these talented graduates.

Variety of Degrees:

Among these graduates, 675 students received their BTech degrees, with 36 of them achieving honors. Additionally, 407 students got dual degrees by completing both BTech and MTech programs. The institute also gave away 422 MTech degrees, 147 MSc degrees, 46 MA degrees, 49 executive MBA degrees, 67 MBA degrees, 200 MS degrees, 453 PhDs, and 70 web-enabled MTech degrees for executives. Notably, 19 out of 453 PhDs were jointly awarded by renowned universities from Australia, Singapore, France, and Germany.

Special Guest and Inspiration:

The Chief Guest for this special occasion was the honorable Chief Justice of India, DY Chandrachud. He extended his warmest congratulations to the graduates and the institute. He emphasized that the students graduating from this esteemed institution have not only contributed to India’s progress but have also made a positive impact globally.

Outstanding Achievements Recognized:

During the ceremony, four exceptional students were honored with medals for their outstanding accomplishments. Sai Gautham Ravipati, an Electrical Engineering BTech graduate, received the President of India prize for having the highest CGPA among BTech and dual degree students. He also received a highly respected award called the Bharat Ratna M Visvesvaraya Memorial Prize. Neha Swaminathan, who completed both BTech and MTech in Biological Engineering, was awarded the Sri V Srinivasan Memorial Prize for achieving the highest CGPA in the dual degree program.

Shatakshi Sarangi, a graduate in Mechanical Engineering BTech, received the Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Prize for her exceptional performance in academics and extracurricular activities during her program. S Prahalad, who pursued both BTech and MTech in Biological Engineering, received the Governor’s Prize for showcasing outstanding all-round excellence in both academic and extracurricular activities within the dual degree program.

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