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Aeromodelling Club

The Aeromodelling Club, IIT-Bombay envision the club becoming open to more people through activities that are fun to perform and require minimal input .Club also want the entry barrier – both financial and otherwise -for participating in aero modelling events to be reduced, so that a lot more people can participate. Apart from increasing participation, Club desire to encourage people to innovate a lot by extending all possible help to them.

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Electronics and Robotics Club

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Every one of us is amazed by the spectacle of the night sky and feels curious about its mysteries that lay hidden in plain sight. But very few follow it up as they grow up. At Krittika, we provide you an opportunity to do just that. Krittika is IIT Bombay’s focal point for amateur astronomers and casual stargazers alike. This year I want to focus my efforts on increasing the outreach of the club.

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Maths and Physics Club

Our events vary from casual events such as movie screenings, demonstrations of physical phenomenon and quizzes to formal events such as lectures and Olympiad level paper solving. We have always motivated students to explore Physics and Maths, we also fund students for making their own demonstrations and experiments. Our flagship event, Bazinga, is a quiz that relies solely on your concepts rather than the dry and conventional algorithmic procedure of solving questions with pre-defined methods.

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Biotech Club

The Biotech club sees itself as a student platform to foster a community of members with shared interests in biotechnology. Biotechnology is rapidly changing and advancing and is all set to be the key technological game changer in 21st century. We envision ourselves to be a community of bio-enthusiasts which strives towards increasing the level of enthusiasm and knowledge for Biotech and Bioengineering establishing a link between biology and engineering so that engineers can contribute towards biology.

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Web and Coding Club

While students in IIT Bombay learn programming in their first year, they usually drop it after that. One of our goals is to help these people carry on with programming and retain it as the useful skill it is. For the people who already program, we wish to maintain a community of programmers from all spheres and help people reach greater heights. We also have a focus on improving IITB's student participation in open source, thus increasing the institute's footprint and instilling a sense of giving back to the community.

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Energy Club

Energy is everywhere, we may not think much about it, how we generate it or use it, or the implications of the existence of energy on demand. The Energy club of IIT Bombay aims to make people aware of the importance of Renewable energy in the 21st century, and its inescapable link to climate change, and the effects this has on all of us. We aim to take people on a journey towards understanding the use and consequences of several technologies in the energy sector, and how the sector functions and how it is fundamentally linked to our lives.

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  • The IITB Racing team had recently participated in the Formula Student 2014, the largest student motorsport competition in the world. Formula Student is run by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers- IMechE, a UK based body, which challenges student engineers to design, build and race a single seat race-car within a year.


AUVSI Robosub Competition

  • AUV-IITB comprises of highly enthusiastic and hard working technocrats ranging from bright-eyed freshmen to driven senior undergraduates and tech-experienced post-graduates spanning various branches of engineering like Mechanical, Electrical, Software, Aerospace, Material Science and Civil at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay).


Student Satellite

  • The IIT Bombay Student Satellite Project is a landmark project taken up by IIT Bombay students. The objective of this project is to make IIT Bombay a respected centre for advancement in Satellite and Space Technology in the world. The project aims at launching at least 5 satellites within the next few years. These Satellites could be test-beds for new technology that is being developed in the institute and also a method for space qualification.

Mars Rover

Mars Society of India

  • The Mars Society India (MSI) is an initiative by IIT Bombay students, taking the country a step further towards Mars exploration. IIT Bombay currently being the chief patron, we are the official Indian chapter of The Mars Society, an international space advocacy dedicated to promoting the human exploration and settlement of the planet Mars. We are in the processing of expanding and extending our reach throughout the scientific community of India as well as beyond.

Innovation Cell

Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition

  • Founded by Prof C Amarnath, Innovation Cell, formerly known as UMIC (Unmesh Mashruwala Innovation Cell), aims to foster an atmosphere of creativity, innovation, discovery and exploration on the campus. Innovation Cell provides infrastructural facilities to nurture inventions among students from various disciplines.

Team Shunya

Solar Decathon

  • Team Shunya, the first Indian team to get selected in Solar Decathlon Europe, aims to change the meaning of comfortable and affordable living for the middle class Indian households. The Solar Decathlon is an international student competition taking place every two years. This competition was created in 2002 by the U.S. Department of Energy in order to develop the transmission of the knowledge and the research in the field of the green buildings, in particular solar energy.