The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IITB) is one of the fifteen higher institutes of technology in the country set up with the objective of making facilities available for higher education, research, and training in various fields of science and technology. With the same mission and vision, Prof. Ganesh Ramakrishnan is gearing to take rural India a leap ahead. For his outstanding contributions, he has also been awarded the IBM Faculty Award 2011.
About the Internship:
Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities include:
1. Work on Android SDK, bug fixing and improving application performance
2. Design, build and maintain high performance, reusable, and reliable Java code
3. Use cardview, recycler view, navigation drawers and Google Material design to create UI
4. Use libraries like Retrofit, Google Maps API
5. Build backend APIs
6. Work on fragments in Android
7. Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency
8. Translate designs and wireframes into high-quality code
9. Working on web technologies in addition to Android
# of Internships available: 1
Who can apply:
Only those candidates can apply who:
are available for full time (in-office) internship
can start the internship between 2nd Sep'18 and 30th Sep'18
are available for duration of 6 months
have relevant skills and interests
- Knowledge of Django will be an advantage
Venter - Intelligent Complaint Resolution for IITB Campus
Many civic problems fail to reach resolution because of barriers to submitting a complaint or knowing the right person to contact. As a solution to such problems, Venter is an intelligent complaint management system being developed at IIT Bombay, in collaboration with Microsoft Research which aims to create a platform for categorizing and routing civic complaints to relevant officials. Advances in speech and image understanding have made it possible to create an AI intermediary that speeds up complaint categorization and resolution.
Currently, the day to day issues faced by the students, faculty, and staff at IIT Bombay find it difficult to reach a resolution due to multiple factors ranging from ease of accessibility, unawareness of correct channels to cumbersome processes to lodge complaints with the institutional authorities. What IIT Bombay needs is an in-house Complaint Management System to facilitate the above and to set up a mechanism for effectively collecting, categorizing and addressing the institution’s internal issues.
This project aims to create a mobile and web platform for students and faculty to lodge complaints which can be recorded, classified and rerouted to the appropriate institutional authority for speedy complaint redressal.
The app provides a service to register complaints, along with supplementary information such as the location, images, etc and authenticates the user through his/her official credentials. The primary goal of the app is to create a community setup where the users can lodge new complaints, upvote, and comment on the existing complaints. These complaints are analyzed at the backend using a Machine Learning model to generate complaint categories or group similar complaints. Administrators need to manual intervene to moderate complaints and route them to the appropriate authority for resolution.
Certificate, Letter of recommendation, Job offer, Flexible work hours, Informal dress code, 5 days a week.