In the final part of this four-part Interview with the Director, Prof. Bhaskar explains why there was no official communication to the students from the
Academic stress is often seen to be high in elite institutions like IITs. In the third part of this four-part Interview with the Director,
In the second part of this four-part Interview with the Director, Prof. Bhaskar answers questions regarding the level and quality of professional counsellors institute provides
Recent suicides on IIT-M campus have led to a wide-ranging debate on the existing support systems in the IIT’s and specifically IIT Madras. We
The issue of skewed sex ratios in higher education — a problem that gets worse with technical institutes, and further with a top-tier technical
What this session demonstrated was the difficulty inherent in coming up with uniform legislation for a body of students of varying legal statuses, backgrounds and perspectives.
Join the efforts to save 7-month old Sachin with the Stem Cell Donation Campaign, organized by CPC IITM and the EML Series, to be held in insti on Thursday, 27 March, 2014.
The weekend of 26th and 27th October saw a brand new entry to the wide-ranging list of events to which IITM plays host: an art festival-of-sorts. Kalaikoodam, a Fine Arts Club initiative, is probably the first of its kind to be held in the Institute. Events comprised an interactive graffiti project by visual artist and photographer Vimal Chandran, a junk-art workshop by artist and sculptor Jacob Jebaraj, and a lecture on ‘Everything could be art, everyone could be an artist’ by artist Bose Krishnamachari. An exhibition displaying the works of artists in IITM was also conducted on both days.
‘For people who’re touted as future nationbuilders, we are surprisingly insulated from the social issues in our milieu – IIT For Society is an effort to bridge the gap between IIT and the world outside,’ says Bethanavel Ashwanth, final-year dual degree student, co-founder and head of IIT For Society. An initiative that kicked off in September with a panel discussion on manual scavenging, it has a slew of social-awareness activities lined up for the year.
Art enthusiasts from all over Chennai flocked to the auditorium at SAC on 31 August for a traditional Manipuri performance, looking forward to the rare opportunity. Expectations were not in vain, and the audience were held in thrall by the Pung Cholam Drum dance, followed by a Manipuri Classical Dance.