Welcome new students August 2019 semester: 10 students has joined AIT for continuing the master program.  7 from JNTU-Hyderabad and 3 from JNTU- Kakinada.  They were welcomed by Prof.Nitin K.Tripathi, director for SDP and was accompanied by Dr. M Shashi, visiting aculty from NIT-Warangal, India and Mr.Arthur Lance Gonzales, Program Officer, SDP.
NAVIGATION
ADDRESS Asian Institute of Technology 58 Moo 9, Km. 42, Paholyothin Highway P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120  Thailand
CONTACT e: unified@ait.ac.th f: (662) 524 - 6313
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Welcome New Students  for Janaury 2018 semeseter 80 students for Unified Program joined in January 2018 semester intake, 57 from JNTU-Hyderabad and 23 from JNTU-Kakinada. The batch is part of the students from 20 countries make AIT their new home!   “You may come from overseas, but at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), no student is treated as a foreigner. Here, everyone is treated equally and Thailand serves as a host for AIT.”  These were the welcome remarks of Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai, AIT President, while greeting students hailing from 20 countries spread across Asia, Europe and South America at the AIT Orientation organized on 5 January 2018.
The prize-winning blog post My first days at AIT  by Nikita Valluri It was going to be so exciting.  Oh boy, living all by myself. With my friends. Just us.  We were going to have so much fun. These thoughts raced through my mind, as I stepped down the bus and took in the scenic view of the campus spread out in front of me. It could only be called one thing- green. Why was there so much greenery all around me? Everywhere I looked, I saw trees and neatly trimmed shrubs that lined the immaculate roads. It took a while for my mind to process that this was not a resort- but an actual university. One that resembled a resort nevertheless, but a university it was. I tried pitting my old previous University and this in comparison, and then thought the better of it. read more: https://www.ait.ac.th/2017/10/first-days-ait/
Nikita Valluri i Master of Engineering in Information Management, Janury 2019
Mr. Ranadheer Reddy Master Student and Research Scholar Remote Sensing and GIS, AIT He attended the 2019 Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme On Environment For Sustainable Development held at Tongji University, China during 22-27 September 2019. He   was   given   the   opportunity   to   present   and exhibit    his    research    poster    and    meet    co-participants    from    20 countries.    He    was    the    only    master    student    who    participated together   with      other   attendees   who   are   WFP   trustees,   Professors, university    deans,    social    activists,    entrepreneurs,    government    officials.        The    programme    was    Co-hosted    by    the    United    Nations Environment    Programme    (UN    Environment)    and    Tongji    University,    the    Asia-Pacific    Leadership    Programme    on    Environment    for Sustainable    Development    is    an    annual    programme    for    emerging    leaders    in    the    region    that    aims    to    build    capacity    on    holistic sustainability thinking and evidence-based approaches for effective action.
Mr.   Venu   Kumar   Ranga,    Master   Student   in   Remote   Sensing   & GIS,   has   attended   the   2019   International   Training   Workshop   on BDS   Technology   and   Applications   in   the   Belt   and   Road   Countries held   during   16-29   September   2019   in   Beijing,   China.   The   AIT delegate    was    lead    by    Dr.    Salvatore    Virdis,    Asst.Professor    in RS&GIS    together    with    2    other    students    Mr.Bidur    Devkota    and Siwat    Kongwarakorn.    The    event    was    organized    by    Bureau    of International   Co-operation   Chinese   Academy   of   Sciences   which was   undertaken   by   China   Satellite   Navigation   Office-Academic   Exchange   Center(CSNO-AEC)   and   Aerospace   Information   Research Institute-Chinese   Academy   of   Sciences.   More   than   20   experts   and   scholars   from   14   countries   in   the   field   of   satellite   navigation   was invited   to   give   lectures   about   the   basic   and   frontier   knowledge   of   GNSS   and   BDS,   Satellite   positioning,   navigation   and   time   service,   and satellite   based   augmentation   system.      The   trainees   was   given   the   opportunity   to   visit   the   high-tech   enterprises   and   research   institutions, learn   about   the   satellite   navigation   products   and   applications,   precision   agriculture,   self   drive   cars   and   smart   indoor   localisation   and   have face-to-face communication with the researchers.
NAVIGATION
ADDRESS Asian Institute of Technology 58 Moo 9, Km. 42, Paholyothin Highway P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang Pathumthani 12120  Thailand CONTACT Email: unified@ait.ac.th

GRADUATION

On 27th July 2016, 15 students graduated during AIT 126th (intersemester) Graduation Ceremony. On 19th May 2016, AIT held its 125th Graduation Ceremony, and the first batch of 29 students has successfully graduated.  Among them are, 6 from Construction Engineering & Infrastructure Management (CEIM), 11 from Remote Sensing & GIS (RSGIS), and 12 from Environmental Engineering & Management (EEM).

LIFE in AIT

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Welcome New Students  for Janaury 2018 semeseter 80 students for Unified Program joined in January 2018 semester intake, 57 from JNTU-Hyderabad and 23 from JNTU-Kakinada. The batch is part of the Students from 20 countries make AIT their new home!   “You may come from overseas, but at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), no student is treated as a foreigner. Here, everyone is treated equally and Thailand serves as a host for AIT.”  These were the welcome remarks of Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai, AIT President, while greeting students hailing from 20 countries spread across Asia, Europe and South America at the AIT Orientation organized on 5 January 2018. read more: https://www.ait.ac.th/2018/01/students-20-countries- make-ait-new-home/
My first days at AIT by Nikita Valluri It was going to be so exciting. Oh boy, living all by myself. With my friends. Just us. We were going to have so much fun. These thoughts raced through my mind, as I stepped down the bus and took in the scenic view of the campus spread out in front of me. It could only be called one thing- green. Why was there so much greenery all around me? Everywhere I looked, I saw trees and neatly trimmed shrubs that lined the immaculate roads. It took a while for my mind to process that this was not a resort- but an actual university. One that resembled a resort nevertheless, but a university it was. I tried pitting my old previous University and this in comparison, and then thought the better of it. The first day flew by in settling in, and exploring the campus and the treasures that nestled within it. The harbouring of exquisite reptiles amidst its greenery and ponds enveloped amongst its lush greenery made me realize that I was undoubtedly, in one of the very best places in Thailand. read more: https://www.ait.ac.th/2017/10/first-days-ait/

WELCOME NEW STUDENTS:

AUGUST 2017 Semester

AIT’s new batch is a unique global microcosm Ever since its inception in 1959, the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) has been a microcosm of the entire world, and 4 August 2017 was no exception. The incoming batch of August 2017 had students ranging from Canada to Fiji, and from Ecuador to Japan, representing virtually all corners of the world. read more: http://www.ait.ac.th/news-and- events/2017/news/ait2019s-new-batch-is-a-unique- global-microcosm/view#.WZ0lcBNEnIV
The prize-winning blog post
Mr. Ranadheer Reddy Master Student and Research Scholar Remote Sensing and GIS, AIT He attended the 2019 Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme On Environment For Sustainable Development held at Tongji University, China during 22-27 September 2019. He was given the opportunity to present and exhibit his research poster and meet co-participants from 20 countries. He was the only master student who participated together with  other attendees who are WFP trustees, Professors, university deans, social activists, entrepreneurs, government officials. The programme was Co-hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and Tongji University, the Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development is an annual programme for emerging leaders in the region that aims to build capacity on holistic sustainability thinking and evidence-based approaches for effective action. Mr. Venu Kumar Ranga,  Master Student in Remote Sensing & GIS, has attended the 2019 International Training Workshop on BDS Technology and Applications in the Belt and Road Countries held during 16-29 September 2019 in Beijing, China. The AIT delegate was lead by Dr. Salvatore Virdis, Asst.Professor in RS&GIS together with 2 other students Mr.Bidur Devkota and Siwat Kongwarakorn. The event was organized by Bureau of International Co-operation Chinese Academy of Sciences which was undertaken by China Satellite Navigation Office-Academic Exchange Center(CSNO-AEC) and Aerospace Information Research Institute-Chinese Academy of Sciences. More than 20 experts and scholars from 14 countries in the field of satellite navigation was invited to give lectures about the basic and frontier knowledge of GNSS and BDS, Satellite positioning, navigation and time service, and satellite based augmentation system.  The trainees was given the opportunity to visit the high-tech enterprises and research institutions, learn about the satellite navigation products and applications, precision agriculture, self drive cars and smart indoor localisation and have face- to-face communication with the researchers. Welcome new studentas August 2019 semester: 10 students has joined AIT for continuing the master program.  7 from JNTU-Hyderabad and 3 from JNTU- Kakinada.  They were welcomed by Prof.Nitin K.Tripathi, director for SDP and was accompanied by Dr. M Shashi, visiting aculty from NIT-Warangal, India and Mr.Arthur Lance Gonzales, Program Officer, SDP.
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