Raghavi Kodati, winner of the Governor’s Prize this year was a popular figure in the campus and she puts together her memories of the four years in this brilliant article on her birthday. We wish her a very Happy Birthday and good luck for all her future endeavors. This is the third in the ‘Through the Goggles of a Graduate’ series.
The new structure envisioned by the amendments however is radically different from the existing setup – for starters, BCs and hostel Gen-Secs will en bloc be not included in the new SAC and the institute secretaries will remain non-voting members, with an additional ‘executive veto’ power. The new SAC will instead comprise of 50 odd elected ‘legislators’.
In order to create a dialogue between the administration and the students on the issues that were widely debated in the aftermath of the recent suicides, T5E, SAC and MITr jointly organized a townhall meeting on mental health on Thursday, 12th October 2015.
It was only when Katyayini offered to do a one hour session on Pranayama did I realise that the group was brainstorming on the events to be held during the International Yoga Day celebrations on 21st June.
Praveen “Bolt” Kumar is a fifth year Dual Degree student in the Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Department. He is presently the fastest athlete amongst all the IIT’s. A five-time Inter-IIT gold medallist, he has won 16 gold, 10 silver and 11 bronze medals overall. He was also a part of IIT-M’s record-breaking 4x100m relay team and captained the Institute Athletics team in 2013-14.
Curious about how much of those election manifestos actually get executed? Read on to find out about Co-Curricular Affairs Secretary Tanuj Jhunjhunwala’s tenure, and how many of his election-time promises he kept.
An interview with Prof. V. Srinivasa Chakravarthy, who recently developed the Bharati script.
The recently concluded mess and cafeteria tendering process has resulted in a number of changes to the existing dining facilities.