We asked some of our beloved graduating junta the important questions at Wilkommen on 16th April. While our correspondents, Meena and Sharanya, had the
“In this first article in T5E’s gender series, we break down our survey of 815 students and expose serious deficiencies in our understanding of sexual crimes on campus as well as the institute’s mechanisms for addressing them. In all, we received responses from 815 students.”
Prima facie, it looks as if most of the students are worried or in the dark about the security of their online information and browsing history. The gravity of this situation has thus far been understated, but T5E decided to explore this issue in depth, in order to uncover its true potential. And here we try to shed some light on the matter
“From getting lost in the institute to stealing refrigerators and mistaking drunk drivers for kidnappers, our graduating junta have done it all. But as a final word of wisdom to the juniors, our graduating seniors agreed that insti life should not be a rat race to attain the highest CGPA, get all the major PoRs or climb the insti ladder to be a ‘stud’. Even though there are no disadvantages in having a decent CGPA, several felt that it should not be the only driving force behind your existence in insti and it is those memories you make on the way with your peers that stay with you longer than your CGPA.”
Has the newly begun Life Skills Course for the freshmen made an impact? What do the freshies say? T5E finds out.
Did insti students think Narendra Modi would become our new PM? Find out in the results of a T5E survey on voting trends for the Lok Sabha elections 2014.
The results and analysis of the survey conducted by T5E on the usage of the Institute provided internet by the student body.