Don’t forget to bring a towel!

Don’t forget to bring a towel!

There seems to be no appropriate line left unwritten, no right word left unsaid about the novel ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’. This review is written not to praise or analyze it, but only to introduce you to this marvelous book. It’s a huge international bestseller and highly influential within its genre. Actually, it can be held as one of the earliest and yet the most successful comical science fiction book. The novel takes you…

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Dear Campus Counsellor

Dear Campus Counsellor

Agonies aplenty? Deterred by your dubiousness? Caught in the fresher’s-fright or the ‘final-year repentances’ (or lost anywhere in between)? Need ‘surviving NSIT’/relationship/life/universe/existential advice? Here comes your personal problem solver (that’s any engineer’s expertise and we promise to create a problem if there isn’t any), your confidant ( we promise to not leak your identity beyond the thousands following us on various social networking sites), your friend in need (depends on the lavishness of the after-deed-treat),…

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Interview with Ira Singhal and Nidhi Gupta (UPSC Toppers 2014, NSIT alumni)

Interview with Ira Singhal and Nidhi Gupta (UPSC Toppers 2014, NSIT alumni)

1. How did you decide for yourself, that civil service is ‘the’ career for you? What were the initial apprehensions and reactions from people, after having taken the decision? Nidhi:When I was in college, there was this tiny thought in my mind to join civil services, but I took placements because I wanted financial stability and a backup option. While working at Adobe, I discovered that a sedentary cubicle job wasn’t my calling. That was…

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Winds Of Change

Winds Of Change

As NSITians, we whine over many things. We cry over the ancient syllabus. We whimper over the monotonous and dreary lectures. The fests do break that monotony for a while, but soon, it subsides to give rise to that sullen routine. Ghissus remain ghissus, velas remain velas and studs remain studs. Life doesn’t even pass. It just seems to drag on, stretching until forever. Our condition is no better than Schrödinger’s cat, both alive and…

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Students’ Affairs Council and some questions you might have about it

Students’ Affairs Council and some questions you might have about it

To bridge the gap between students and the faculty, between ideas and execution and between the past and future, it seems that the Students’ Affairs Council of NSIT could be the means to usher in a new and improved NSIT. The Alliance is here to answer any questions you may have about the ‘SAC’. Q1. Who is eligible to apply? A1. Students from all branches who are presently in second and third year are eligible…

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