Dr Seema Rao is India’s first woman commando trainer, having trained Indian forces and police including Special Forces of India for 20 years without compensation. She
Note: Telugu version of the article is on Page 2. An inspirational writer with numerous witty yet profound lyrical compositions to his credit, ‘Sirivennela’
Abhishek Kelkar and Niharika Gunturu interview Dr. YV Reddy who was in the institute on 18th January to give an EML. Dr. YV Reddy
We extend our special thanks and mentions to Joel Jose Varghese, Shreyas Chaudhari, Shyam Mohan, Kishore Yadav, Vishnu Kumar, Kamala Devi, and Farzin Famees for
“The expedition to Antarctica is a dream come true,” says Purvi. “Antarctica is the ultimate symbol of global collaboration—the place which requires no visa and has been established as a zone of peace and science. My participation in Homeward Bound is primarily about gender parity and climate change in the backdrop of Antarctica,”
T5E speaks to insti alumna and former Sharav GenSec Purvi Gupta, the only Indian in a group of 80 women who will embark on an expedition to Antarctica to raise awareness about the dearth of women in STEMM worldwide.
Author of Palace of Illusions and Mistress of Spices among many other bestselling books, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is one of the most noted storytellers
“The Indian startup scenario is highly competitive with more than one startup working on a similar idea. A few are destined to fail. However, this is no way an indicator of the startup ecosystem in India.” From startup culture to the Maker revolution and its potential for India, Balaji Viswanathan talked about a gamut of things. His enthusiasm and passion are sure to leave a lasting impression on the students who attended his talk. The Shaastra pre-lecture series could not have gotten a better start!
Institute Blues ranks high among the awards given out to the graduating students annually. This is an attempt to deconstruct the selection criterion for the awards.
“I feel that students in the institute do not take good care of their health. They tend to skip meals, don’t sleep on time and some don’t even take care of personal hygiene. Many are untidy and don’t take bath everyday while some don’t even bother to brush their teeth daily. Girls in the institute are very lucky because often when they fall sick, five-to-six guys are present to help her and get her food!”
” …all freedom comes with responsibility, which we learnt along the way”. In this interview, T5E talks to the new Dean of Students, Dr. Sivakumar Srinivasan about his plans and his time at IITM as a student.