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VIT University student wins KTH Master’s Challenge in Sweden

A final year BTech Student at VIT University Vellore, Mohammed Kamal Khwaja was declared first prize winner of the KTH Master’s Challenge 2016 in the Wireless Systems track. 

He has been offered a full scholarship to pursue a Master’s programme in Wireless Systems at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. 

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden is one of the most prestigious universities in the world and has had a long history of producing successful technocrats, entrepreneurs and researchers. The Wireless Systems programme which is a part of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering at KTH is ranked 16th in the world by the QS rankings 2015. “The KTH Master’s Challenge involved numerous stages and was an exciting journey for me. 

“After undergoing numerous quizzes, essays, and interviews, I was declared one of top 3 students in India during December 2015,” said Khwaja. 
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