Aroon in his tenure as SAC Speaker has implemented most of his manifesto points aside from introducing new initiatives like the standing committee, hostel legislator post, new student body guidelines, etc, to name a very small number. Overall, counting in his ongoing manifesto points, he has a phenomenal success ratio of 80% with 20% of his points remaining incomplete (of which at least a couple were completed if not by him). He sums up his tenure as SAC Speaker in a quote, “Getting a policy body like SAC to function is an incredible lesson in convincing, negotiation, tact and diplomacy and my experience in SAC has probably contributed more to my growth, than I have to SAC’s growth”.
The recently concluded Aquatics Meet had two sports events, water polo and swimming. While most of us are familiar with swimming as a sport, water polo remains relatively unknown. Here’s a snapshot of the origins of water polo and its evolution, at both international and Inter-IIT levels.
IIT Madras being one of the most sought after institutions of higher education today, it is important that students from all walks of life have an equal opportunity in securing admission and studying at IITM. Does IIT Madras really provide equal opportunity to students with impairments?
In this third and final article of our Heritage Series, we present to you snippets of the Gajendra Circle as it evolved over the
In the second article of the “Heritage Series”, we take you on a photo tour, which we hope will tickle your funny bone,
Today marks the 56th year of IIT Madras’ foundation. In this series of articles, we attempt to present the earliest stories of the campus and its residents. This first article in the series talks about early infrastructure on the campus and how the institute came into being.