The Chief Election Officer Prof. Benny Raphael on Monday announced that the deadline for nominations for 69 vacant positions is October 18th at 5 PM.
The author of the latest instalment of our “Through The Goggles Of A Graduate” requires no introduction, but we’ll try our best anyway. The
Aroon graduated in 2017 with a Dual Degree in Electrical Engineering and is now a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company. When not giggling
In the lovely opening for this year’s Through the Goggles of a Graduate, Keerthi paints an unorthodox view of insti and its snails – real and otherwise.
By Surya Suresh This is the first article in our Manifesto Review series, where we review the tenures of IITM’s Executive Council for the
“The expedition to Antarctica is a dream come true,” says Purvi. “Antarctica is the ultimate symbol of global collaboration—the place which requires no visa and has been established as a zone of peace and science. My participation in Homeward Bound is primarily about gender parity and climate change in the backdrop of Antarctica,”
T5E speaks to insti alumna and former Sharav GenSec Purvi Gupta, the only Indian in a group of 80 women who will embark on an expedition to Antarctica to raise awareness about the dearth of women in STEMM worldwide.
“Earlier today (around 9 pm), a major fire broke out at the IC&SR (Industrial Consultancies and Sponsored Research) building. The fire was soon located to the NPTEL office in the third floor and did not spread beyond the third floor. There is speculation that the source of the fire was a short circuit but this is unconfirmed. The Director was at the scene shortly and confirmed that there were no casualties. Nobody was in the building at the time the fire broke out. It has been reported that people left the NPTEL offices 15 minutes before the fire began. Water tanks and fire engines promptly reached the scene, continued arriving even around midnight and the fire was soon brought under control.”
With the Shaastra ACM happening only a few days ago, T5E brings to you yet another piece in the ‘From the horse’s mouth’ series, this tine on the coordships available in Shaastra.
A Hard Day’s Night (Richard Lester, 1964) It was the Swinging Sixties. The Fab Four , as the Beatles were popularly called, had a
What if somebody told you that learning a particular skill will only need a certain number of days or hours of practice until you became decently competent at it? What if you knew exactly which exercises to practice in order to learn a skill in the minimum possible time? These are the questions being posed and simultaneously answered by this project.