भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान गोवा

Annual Report

Faculty Achievements

Finance Committee
To be Updated...

Right to Information
[1] Name & Title of the Act Right to Information Act. 2005 (RTI Act) (PDF)
[2] Defination Right to Information means the right to
inspection of work, documents, records taking notes, extracts or, certified copies of documents or records;
taking certified samples of material;
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[3] Objective/purpose of the Act To provide available information of the Institute as enshrined in RTI ACT to the Indian citizen on payment of prescribed fees.
[4] Users Citizens of India
[1] Name Indian Institute of Technology Goa
[2] Functions and Duties As per Act and Statutes of the Institute
[3] Powers and duties of its officers and employees As per Act and Statutes of the Institute
[4] The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability As per Act and Statutes of the Institute
[5] The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions As per Act and Statutes of the Institute
[6] The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions As per Act and Statutes of the Institute
[7] A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control Administrative Office Orders / Decisions and Guidelines as approved by Institutes' Governing Body i.e. Board of Governors (BOG)
[8] A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public Following are the Main Committees / Governing body of the Institute
Board of Governors
Finance Committee
Building and Works Committee
Meetings of these Committees/Board are not open to Public
Minutes of the meetings are not accessible to public
[9] A directory of its officers and employees contact us
[10] The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers and Nodal Officers 1. Central Public Information Officer(CPIO)
Mr. Mohammed Shakeel
Registrar In-Charge and OSD, IIT Goa

2.Appellate Authority
Prof. B k Mishra
Indian Institute of Technology Goa

3.Nodal Officer
Mr. Mustaque Khan

Director's Message

In May 2016, the Union Cabinet gave its ex-post- facto approval to amend The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961, for corporation of six new IITs including IIT Goa — an institution of national importance. Subsequently on July 30, 2016, IIT Goa made its auspicious beginning from the Goa Engineering College Campus at Farmagudi, Ponda. This was a day to remember. To commemorate this historic occasion, a plaque was unveiled by the then Hon’ble HRD Minister Mr. Prakash Javadekar in the presence of Hon’ble Defence Minister Mr. Manohar Parrikar and the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Goa Mr. Laxmikant Parsekar. The first batch of 90 students were enrolled into three branches of Engineering — Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Science & Engineering. The entire teaching load was handled by faculties of IIT Bombay which continues to act as the mentoring Institute. As we progressed into the semester, we realized managing students in a makeshift campus and providing adequate facilities for faculties pose several challenges that required serious planning. One- by-one, all issues ranging from lecture rooms to housing were sorted out and we looked forward to the next semester.

On March 9, 2017, I took charge as the Director of IIT Goa. We set our vision on four key themes: Teaching, Research, Outreach, and strategic planning for our future. Our immediate task is to build our campus. At present we are devoting most of our time to cast our distinctive strength by recruiting bright young faculties and initiating research programs in new and emerging areas of excellence. The task is cut out for us for the coming years, and only time will tell how well we put our ideas into practice.

Goa has a rich cultural heritage—abundance of festival and assortment of attractions; there are so many places to explore! Therefore, since its inception IIT Goa has become a brand in itself, and I believe it will unleash its potential to accomplish great things in the future.

Prof. B. K. Mishra



IIT Goa, Farmagudi
Ponda - 403401

Board of Governors

As per Section 11 of The Institutes of Technology Act 1961, the Board of Governors of IIT Goa is the following;

Sr.No. Name Designation
1. Shri. R. Subrahmanyam,
Secretary, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of HRD,
Govt. of India, New Delhi
2. Prof. B K Mishra,
Member (ex-officio)
3. One person to be nominated by the Government of each of the States comprising the zone in which the Institute is situated to be nominated
4. Prof. Makarand Kulkarni,
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering,
IIT Bombay
5. Shri. Ashok Goel,
Chairman & Managing Director, Essel Propack Ltd.
6. Prof. Dileep Mavalankar,
Director, Indian Institute of Public Health,
7. Dr. S S Sandhu,
Additional Secretary (TE),
Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi
8. Dr. Sachin D Kore,
Dean (AP & SA),
9. Mr. Mohammad Shakeel,
Registrar (In-Charge)
Secretary (ex-officio)

Building and Works committee
Director, IIT GoaChairman
Superintending Engineer, CPWD NagpurMember
Principal Chief Engineer, PWD, Panaji, GoaMember
Dean IPS, IIT BombayMember
Sh. K. S. Wagh, Chief Advisor (Civil Infrastructure), IIT BombayMember
Registrar, IIT Goa Member-Secretary
Motto of IIT Goa

“Vidya Vinayena Deepyate”

It has been an established tradition amongst educational institutions, in India and abroad, to have a motto that illustrates the belief of the institution. In India mostly, the motto is taken from Sanskrit, as it is the repository of ancient wisdom and knowledge. Following the same illustrious tradition IIT Goa has chosen ‘Vidya Vinayena Deepyate’ ‘Knowledge shines with humility’ to be the motto of the institute. It was very graciously suggested by Prof. Ramasubramaniam. The motto truly represents our commitment towards inculcating holistic education and human values in our students.

Since time immemorial India has been a knowledge civilization. The quest for knowledge has been one of the basic characteristics of the Indian ethos. Indians in ancient times undertook in-depth studies in areas of Metaphysics, Philosophy, Logic, Linguistics, Astronomy, Mathematics, Medicine and others. The history of our intellectual traditions is presented in our rich literature starting from the Rig Veda.

India has always had a very diverse and open intellectual culture from ‘Samkhya’ to ‘Nyaya’, from ‘Mimamsa’ to ‘Carvaka/Lokayata’. One thing that is remarkable about Indian knowledge tradition is not just ‘tolerance’ but ‘acceptance’ of diversity in thoughts, deeds and life style with humility. The civilizational values of inclusion, goodwill and humility were equally emphasised on.

“Namanti phalino vriksha, Namanti gunino jana:”
Shushka vriksha ca: murkhash:ca:, na namanti kadachana”

“Good (wise) people bow down (have humility), just like a tree laden with fruits bows, Unwise people never bow (have no humility), just like a dead dry tree”

Our motto is inspired by the same Indian knowledge tradition of hard work, sincerity, openness of ideas, intellectual rigour and, at the same time, our pride in its diversity, civility and humility. Rather than blindly following the plethora of influences from anywhere our students will be critical, they will discover their inner strength by inculcating the same principles of knowledge imparted by our ancestors and follow their footsteps in humility towards greater heights -

“May the light within you illuminate all”