“In this first article in T5E’s gender series, we break down our survey of 815 students and expose serious deficiencies in our understanding of sexual crimes on campus as well as the institute’s mechanisms for addressing them. In all, we received responses from 815 students.”
Table tennis; more ‘fondly’ known as ping pong is surely the sport which is not as funny as it sounds. Regarded worldwide as a precision sport, it is one of those where the person has to harness his/ her strength meticulously.
In this article of the inter-IIT series, we talk about the Forrest Gumps of the insti who are more than ready to battle for the medal.
For most of us, weightlifting is a Pandora’s box. We call them the incredible hulks of the institute and admire their poised muscle power but knowing anything beyond that is a rarity. In order to break this monotony, we decided to get to know these macho men better and more importantly what exactly goes into the making of these skilled professionals. Dive in to know more about this glorious and off-beat sport.
Abhishek Kelkar caught up with the Institute Tennis team for the 51st Inter-IIT Sports Meet and he puts together some interesting insights from his interview with the team. Read along to know more. This is the second in the Inter-IIT series.
“While it remains to be resolved whether or not the dialogue on intolerance in the broad sphere of things can indeed be resolved, it is worth remembering at this point the one outlet we as a society have that yet remains as a tool to pick apart issues by their seams- comedy and freedom of speech. In light of this, a panel discussion was held here in insti, with some of the most well known comedians in the stand up scene joining us to talk about tolerance in comedy.”
The technical festival of an institution is the time for students to display their technical prowess. A total of 3 records (2 Guinness and 1 National) were broken in this edition of Shaastra.
Run through for some intriguing insights on how these feats were achieved.
It is the same old electronics and coding. But with an enriched entertainment value. Student-run in its entirety, Envisage attempts to build technology with a taste of entertainment. T5E correspondents, Nived Rajaraman and Abhishek Kelkar review the events and take a look at the tech behind Envisage 4.0, that was held as a part of Shaastra 2016.
Doing the same job day in and day out for twenty-four years and still not be blasé about it ain’t a piece of cake.