Curious about how much of those election manifestos actually get executed? Read on to find out about the first International and Alumni Relations Secretary, Jithin Sam Varghese’s tenure, and how many of his election-time plans were executed.
To celebrate and encourage cultural exchange, IITM celebrated International Day (the second edition of the event) on the 2nd of October at the Students Activity Centre. The day saw the foreign community work hand in hand with the local students to organise the event, thereby reiterating their presence and involvement in the student activities of the campus.
Climbing up the stairs towards what used to be Tifanys, you are greeted with the image of a tub of ice cream, which is ironic, since Suprabaa don’t seem to serve any (not yet, they say).
The Students’ General Secretary, Nikhil Agarwal, shares with us some new initiatives and what has changed/will change in insti over the next few months. One…
So why is gaming so popular? Ask a gaming enthusiast and he will invariably answer with “It’s fun.” Of course the fun element is what makes them hooked to their laptop screens for an average of 8-10 hours every week, some claiming the number to be 50!
By Reshmi S Queen of Sheeba 2012 was slightly different from the last few years’. A trend which started last year – adding tasks to…
“We were on our way to the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel from which one can view the entire city. On the way, we encountered something most shocking…”
On the 50th anniversary of IIT Madras, former director, Prof. Ananth and the Rector of RWTH Aachen, Prof. Schmachtenberg came up with the idea to collaborate on water-related issues. That was the beginning of the Indo-German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS), an initiative to promote interdisciplinary research and bilateral relations between India and Germany.