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December 13th, 2007
While a foreign degree is highly sought after by many an Indian student, I2IT, a Pune-based institute imparting advanced information technology education, has governments and universities of a number of countries wooing it to set up a base on their lands.
The autonomous institution provides MS programmes in advanced software technologies, advanced computing technologies, networking and telecommunications, wireless technologies, embedded systems design, micro-electronics and VLSI design among others.
It also offers international MS programmes and a PhD, in collaboration with universities in the US and Moscow, and specialised MBA programmes in IT, telecom and oil and gas. It has recently tied-up with Hanyang University of Korea and CMET to introduce an MS programme in nanotechnology with focus on nano-electronics.
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