|PhD Shortlisting Criteria 2023-24 - I Sem||view|
Centre for Rural Development and Technology at IIT Delhi is looking for bright, dedicated and committed people for the cause of rural development. People who are keen and passionate for holistic rural development and interested in developing relevant technologies and knowledge and taking these to villages are welcome.
The centre is always on the lookout for prospective faculty, scientists, post-doctoral fellows, research scholars and project staff enthusiastic for research and development in technologies focused for growth of rural areas.
Areas : Artisanal technologies and rural industries; Bamboo technologies; Biogas production and enrichment, animal energy; Dairy and Food Processing; Biofuels, Biofertilizers and Biopesticides; Biomass production, conversion and utilization systems; Environmental microbiology and bioremediation; Natural products including aromatics, medicinal plants, nutraceuticals; Pesticide residue and food safety; Ecofriendly Grain Storage System; Renewable energy technologies; Rural energy systems; Biomass, Combustion, Clean Cookstoves; Solid Waste Management, Treatment of Industrial/domestic waste; Wasteland reclamation; Tissue Culture; Mushroom Technology; Ethnoveterinary Medicine; Ecological Sanitation.
We invite applications twice a year. Please visit for more information https://ecampus.iitd.ac.in/PGADM/login
Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi will be offering rural internships to its BTech students this summer. Students will be sent to villages to experience the problems and understand rural governance. "The idea is to not just publish papers but solve real-world problems. Being a public-funded institution, it is important for us to connect with the public. Our students come here after studying hard to crack the entrance examination. In the process, they have not been exposed to some of the real problems in the society, particularly, in rural areas. Through the internship, students will be sent to villages to spend time with farmers and experience first-hand the problems that they are facing and understand rural governance."- Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, IIT delhi.
|Course Code||Course Name||Credits|
|RDL 340||Technology and Community Development||3-1-0|
|RDL701||Rural Industrial Planning, Policy and Cases||3-0-0|
|RDL702||Karigar and Traditional Industries||3-0-0|
|RDL705||Rural Resources and Livelihoods||2-0-2|
|RDL710||Rural India and Planning for Development||3-0-0|
|RDL720||Rural industrial planning and management||3-0-0|
|RDL722||Rural energy system||2-0-2|
|RDL724||Technologies for water and waste management||2-0-2|
|RDL725||Ecological perspective of Growth and Development||3-0-0|
|RDL726||Herbal, Medicinal and Aromatic products||2-0-2|
|RDL727||Conservation and Recycling Practices in Rural Area||3-0-0|
|RDL730||Technology Alternatives for Rural Development||3-0-0|
|RDL740||Technology for Utilization of Wastelands and Weeds||3-1-0|
|RDL750||Intensive study on topics of Specific Interest Biomass Production||3-1-0|
|RDL760||Food quality and Safety||3-0-0|
|RDL761||Value Chain in Agri Food proceses||3-0-0|
|RDL770||Holistic Rural Development||3-0-0|
|RDL801||Successful Forms of Grass root Organizations||2-0-2|
|RDL803||Informatics and Rural Development||2-0-2|
|RDL807||Women, Technology and Development||2-0-2|