Having carefully read the pieces of the ‘Through the Goggles of a Graduate’ over the last five years, I am simultaneously gratified and terrified
We asked some of our beloved graduating junta the important questions at Wilkommen on 16th April. While our correspondents, Meena and Sharanya, had the
They have seen insti as students and now as professors. In March, T5E requested female alumni professors to share their insights on challenges along
Akash Kumar sits down with Prashant Bhushan, prominent lawyer, activist and politician, in this interview by T5E at Shaastra 2018. Mr. Bhushan was invited
Sachin Nayak — T5E alumnus and Japan resident — explains the Japanese language and its nuances, and challenges for English speakers trying to learn
To round up 2017’s set of “Through The Goggles Of A Graduate”, we have Vishal Katariya – quizzer extraordinaire, curator of all things well-written
Sukanya Mukherjee graduated in 2017 with a Masters degree in Mathematics. She can be remembered from her memorable performance in Stagecoach 2017 as the
Srijith graduated in 2017 with a Dual Degree in Chemical Engineering and is now an Analyst at Goldman Sachs. When not pondering upon perspective-shifting
Now that I’ve graduated, I’m amazed at how little my resume seems to matter. Even after spending months obsessed with it before placement season. I’d argue that if you graduate with the best possible resume in the batch, but with nobody really knowing or caring about you for the person you are under the external veneer, in so many ways, you graduated broke.
I believe that if enough people realize it, we can transform insti’s definition of success. Away from the moronically simplistic notion that the person with the best resume when he dies wins, to a better thought out definition of a life well lived.
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