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Gautam Sinha to attend MTech classes in IIT Delhi

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Gautam Sinha, 25, a Scientist associated with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), would be soon joining M.Tech classes in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi.

Getting into the prestigious institute like IIT was a dream that he had always craved for since childhood, said Gautam Sinha. He is “extremely happy” of his success, attending the classes in the prestigious institute of India.

Gautam Sinha’s selection took place after he successfully cleared an interview under R&T Scheme through DRDO.

Answering to the question - how he has accomplished so much in academics, starting from getting into NIT Silchar, to DRDO, and now in IIT Delhi - he attributes his success to work hard and the blessings of his parents.

“Work hard and do your work nicely, don’t worry about the result....And above all always respect your parents. Without their blessings nothing will happen” he says.

Gokul Sena Sinha, father of Gautam Sinha, hails from Kanchanbari Tripura and is an employee of NHPC (National Hydroelectric Power Corporation). Mother Subarani Sinha is a housewife.

Gautam Sinha, Scientist (B) DRDO, is a student of Kendriya Vidyalaya Loktak Manipur and NIT Silchar. He completed his BTech in Electronics and Telecommunications in the year 2005.

It’s a rejoicing moment for all of us that our students are attending institutes of national prestige, last year Sonika Rajkumari cracked AIEEE and she joined School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) Vijaywada.

After the completion of MTech, he would be joining DRDO again. 

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  1. Gautam.Brilliant effort - keep up the good work.

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  2. Wow, Gautam fantastic, brilliant. Waiting for the day your name will be associated with a satellite in space. All the very best.

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  3. Gautam! Since long,I have been longing for such a news.Well done,
    keep it up.As far as I know u would be the third IITan once u complete ur PG.The first IITan being Mr. Joysen Rajkumar from Masughat near Silchar now staying in Delhi after retirement as GM from ONGC and other being late Amar
    Sinha,the elder brother of Dr. Ashok Sinha,the prof.of NIT,Silchar
    I was closely associated with DRDO
    at the time of Prithvi Missile project(off shore)ie to launch missile from Naval ship.I was the Naval Architect responsible for installation of infrastructure(Modification) under DRDO.Really it was my privilage to
    work with them.

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