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About Yuva Sangam

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat Yuva Sangam (युवा संगम) Phase-III is a Government of India initiative aimed at fostering people-to-people connections, especially among the youth throughout the nation. This phase of the program focuses on organizing exposure tours for young individuals, primarily students from higher educational institutions and other young people from different parts of India. These tours take them to various states in the country, offering them an immersive experience in various aspects of life.

During these tours, the participants will gain exposure in five key areas: Paryatan (Tourism), Parampara (Traditions), Pragati (Development), Paraspar Sampark (People-to-people connect), and Prodyogik (Technology). The program aims to provide participants with a deep understanding of the diverse cultural, traditional, and developmental aspects of different states while facilitating youth interactions.

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About IIT Hyderabad

The Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH) is a distinguished institution known for its excellence in science and technology education. Established in 2008, IITH consistently ranks among India's top 10 engineering institutes. It offers a diverse range of undergraduate programs, encouraging students to explore various disciplines and engage in cutting-edge research.

IITH is renowned for its strong research and innovation culture, evident through its numerous patents and publications. The institute provides comprehensive master's and doctoral programs across various domains. It fosters entrepreneurship and innovation, collaborating with industrialists and global academic institutions, including Japanese partners who've left their architectural imprint on the campus. IITH's holistic educational ecosystem promotes flexible learning, research, industry connections, and entrepreneurship, turning dreams into reality for students and faculty alike. For more information, visit the IITH website.

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Meet our Director

Prof. B.S. Murty is the Director of Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad. His academic journey commenced with a Diploma in Metallurgy in 1983 from Govt. Polytechnic, Vijayawada, followed by a BE from VRCE Nagpur in 1986 and an ME from IISc Bangalore in 1988. He earned his PhD in 1992, also from IISc, Bangalore. Prof. Murty's illustrious career includes 12 years of service at IIT Kharagpur, followed by his role as a Professor at IIT Madras since 2004. Currently, he holds the esteemed position of Institute Professor at IIT Madras and serves as an Adjunct Professor at Toronto Metropolitan University and the University of British Columbia, Canada.

About Hyderabad

Hyderabad, a city steeped in history and rich in cultural diversity, stands as a testament to the confluence of the past and the present. The Charminar, a magnificent monument, dating back to the 16th century, stands as an architectural marvel, encapsulating the city's historical grandeur. The world-renowned Golconda Fort, with its magical acoustic structure, showcases the technological brilliance of yesteryears. Hyderabad is celebrated for its iconic pearls and intricate bangles, a testament to the city's deep-rooted traditions.

Situated in the heart of Telangana, Hyderabad provides easy access to an array of mesmerizing tourist attractions, including the majestic Ramoji Film City, the World Heritage site of Qutb Shahi Tombs, and the serene Hussain Sagar Lake with the towering Buddha statue. The city's proximity to the historic marvels of Bidar, the divine town of Basar, and the enchanting forests of Adilabad make it a hub for exploration. Hyderabad boasts excellent connectivity, both nationally and internationally, with its well-connected airport and well-maintained road and rail networks.

The city of Hyderabad fosters a thriving culture of technology and innovation, evidenced by its numerous IT parks and a burgeoning startup ecosystem. It is also renowned for its culinary delights, including the world-famous Hyderabadi Biryani. The people of Hyderabad are known for their warmth and hospitality, forging strong bonds through traditional festivals and cultural celebrations. In December, as the city welcomes the cool winter breeze, it comes alive with vibrant festivities, making it an ideal time to explore the city's unique blend of history, culture, and modernity.

For more details about tourist attractions in Hyderabad, visit Tripadvisor and Telangana Tourism.

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Golconda Fort

Hyderabad, India



Hyderabad, India


Durgam Cheruvu

Hyderabad, India


Chowmahalla Palace

Hyderabad, India

How to Reach

From Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station (54km)

  • Head north towards Mumbai Hwy/NH 65
  • Get Via Kukatpally, Patancheruvu
  • Follow ORR to Mumbai Hwy/NH 65
  • Merge onto ORR
  • Take exit towards Mumbai/NH65
  • Drive to Mumbai Hwy/NH 65 for 15 km, you will find the sign board of IITH on Right side

From Airport (64km)

  • Get on ORR in Gandiguda from Airport Approach Road
  • Follow ORR to Muthangi, Hyderabad. Take exit 3 from ORR
  • Drive to Mumbai Hwy/NH 9 for 15 km, you will find the sign board of IITH on Right side

From Secunderabad Railway Station (50km)

  • Take SD Road to Mahatma Gandhi Rd/NH 7 in Hyderabad
  • Follow NH 7 to Old Airport Rd in New Bowenpally
  • Continue on Old Airport Rd to Bhavani Nagar
  • Drive to Mumbai Hwy/NH 65
  • Continue to drive on Mumbai Hwy/NH 65, you will find the sign board of IITH on Right side

Metro Route

  • Reach the Secunderabad-East Metro station which is about 600 mtrs from the Secunderabad Railway station.
  • Take a ticket to Miyapur Station. You need to change metros to reach Miyapur Station.
  • Board a metro and get down in Ameerpet Station
  • Board a metro towards Miyapur Station
  • Take a bus from Miyapur Bus-stop to Patancheru Bus Station
  • Take a bus to Sangareddy Town and you will find the sign board of IITH on Right side

From Hitech City (38km)

  • Take Gachibowli - Miyapur Rd to NH65 in Hafeezpet 19 min (6.9 km)
  • Drive to NH65 in Khandi

MMTS Route

  • Take an MMTS from Secunderabad Railway Station to Lingampally Railway Station
  • Take a bus from Lingampally Railway Station to Lingampally Bus stand
  • Take a bus to Patancheru Bus stand
  • Take a bus to Sangareddy Town and you will find the sign board of IITH on Right side