By Varun Sridhar There are two objectives for this piece: To inform our readers why T5E has been absent since mid July, and to
“The major problem with the LAN ban’s effectiveness is that it attempts to be a one-size-fits-all solution where none is possible. The 8 am to 2 pm cut is intended to ensure that students do not miss classes due to the internet, but does not take into account the widely differing schedules of students in the institute. For example, final year undergraduates and research scholars have very few courses, while half the first year undergraduates have courses from 2 pm to 5 pm, and not in the morning slot — clearly, the LAN ban constitutes a great inconvenience for such students.”
An editorial that makes a case against the LAN ban.
An Editorial about the recent Mitr posters put up as part of Suicide Prevention Week.