IIT Hyderabad observes week-long International Yoga Day celebration
Updated on Jun 23, 2017 - 4:57 p.m. IST by Harshita Das
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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Hyderabad observed a week-long for International Yoga Day celebration. A yoga camp was organised from June 16 to 21 for the faculty, staff and students IIT_Hyderabadendevouring to spread awareness of the benefits of yoga. The yoga camp was inaugurated by Prof. U.B. Desai, Director, IIT Hyderabad in the presence of Prof. Prem Pal, Associate Dean (Students), Prof. Vinod Janardan, Associate Dean (International and Alumni Relations), Prof. P Rajalakshmi, Warden (girl’s hostel) and Mr. Venkat Rao, Joint Registrar.

Addressing the event, Prof. Desai explained the importance and the need for yoga in today’s world. He stressed not only the health benefits of yoga but also on how it can contribute to the well-being of the humanity.

 

The Director’s speech was followed by a presentation on yoga by Sasanka Mouli, yoga instructor, who explained the fundamentals of yoga, its history, various components, different ‘asanas’ and their health benefits. The event concluded with a session on meditation.

 

During this week-long celebration at IIT Hyderabad, yoga practice sessions for one-hour was conducted each morning  under the supervision of yoga instructors Mouli, Ram Vaishya, Shekhar Nayak, Nagabhushan Eswara,  K.P. Bhargav Kumar, T Satyanarayana, Akbar and Vikram Pratap Singh. The yoga sessions began with a small prayer followed by warm up practices. Surya Namaskar was performed along with other asanas including standing, sitting, prone and supine postures. The camp concluded  with a short prayer.

 

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Hey aspirant!
As of now, it is difficult to predict the actual qualifying NTA score for JEE Advanced eligibility. However,going by views of many experts, if you have a percentile above 85-86 then you have a decent enough chance to qualify irrespective of your category. However, you should refer to the previous year JEE Main qualifying cutoff scores by NTA as follows to understand your chances:-
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As regarding your query about Artificial Intelligence at IIT HYDERABAD, it is a relatively new course and so prediction for cutoff is really tough, however an AIR of 600-700 would be sufficient to qualify for it, however, an AIR of under 500 would probably seal you the seat. Also, note that the previous year opening and closing rank for the course was 657 and 1601 respectively for General category while the opening rank for ST students from ST rank list was 142.
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ayush mishra 30th Jan, 2020

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IIT JAM cutoff tells about the minimum marks required to qualify the examination but doesn't guarantee admission in any particular institute. The cutoff depends on many factors like difficulty level of question paper, number of applicants, etc. Now, previous few years cutoff trends for your category ie OBC-NCL are as follows:-

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It is very difficult to predict the marks required to get these ranks, however, using marks vs rank considerations , a score of 50+ in Chemistry would give a rank in between 0-100, so you should aim for score close to 50 for IIT BOMBAY for your category.

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