ISM:- INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES
The Indian Institute of Technology (ISM), Dhanbad (curtailed as IIT (ISM)) is an open designing and research organization situated in Dhanbad, India. It was in the past known as Indian School of Mines and was a Deemed University before it was changed over into an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an Institute of National Importance.
IIT is situated in the mineral-rich area of India, in the city of Dhanbad. It is the third most established foundation (after IIT Roorkee and IIT (BHU) Varanasi) which got changed over into an IIT. It was built up by the British Indian Government on the lines of the Royal School of Mines – London and was formally introduced on 9 December 1926 by Lord Irwin, the then Viceroy of India. It began as an organization to bestow mining instruction, and today has developed into a specialized establishment with different scholastic offices. IIT (ISM) concedes its college understudies through Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced), beforehand IIT-JEE.