As of today, Hostel Elections for the academic year 2018-19 have not been notified by the Student Election Commission (the organization charged by the Students’ Constitution to conduct elections) and it seems likely that hostel elections shall be conducted only in mid-August 2018. The potential ramifications of this move are numerous, and the manner in which the decision to postpone the elections was taken raises many important questions. Varun Sridhar, Venkataraman Ganesh, and Kaushik Viswanath report.
Perhaps the smallest team going to Kanpur for this year’s Inter IIT, the IIT Madras squash team has high hopes. With three out of
36 years ago a group of students aimed to make the campus an ideal democracy, with rules of its own, like a country within
Following a nail-biting election, Aditya U was elected as the Cultural Secretary (Arts) for the academic year of 2015-16. His manifesto is unlike the CulSec (Lit), in the manner that while most of Koushik’s points are easily quantifiable, Aditya has focused more on improving the quality of LitSoc and Saarang
Koushik managed a success rate of about 25%, and even though the numbers don’t sound impressive, it is commendable, since most of the incomplete points come from the Saarang section of the manifesto. The team of Saarang, working under the CulSecs, has managed to pull through the floods to produce another brilliant edition of the fest.
The first SAC meeting for the semester is being held on 18th Jan, 2016. It’s 6:10pm, and the SAC has just enough councillors to
SAC, GSB, BoS, EW — student governance in IITM can be confusing. As part of our ‘How Things Work’ series, T5E brings you a snapshot of how students participate in decision-making at IITM.