The PoR Pyaar

The PoR Pyaar

By Ipshita Chatterjee, Batch of 2018  It is the weary month of July. I, a hapless third year student, am sitting in front of my laptop and staring blankly at the partially empty Word document on the screen. The title says ‘Resume’.Yes, the internship season is round the corner. Life’s all rosy, but for this wee little spot on the horizon of my (hopefully successful) season –  this section called ‘Positions of Responsibility’ in my…

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How NOT to prepare early for exams

How NOT to prepare early for exams

By Soumya Bisht, Batch of 2019     Disclaimer : This article contains a heavy dose of sarcasm that is, but a reflection of the author’s incessant frustration. Readers are requested to proceed with utmost caution. We, at NSIT, believe in the magical powers of our unofficial (here’s hoping this isn’t ‘illegal’) slogan, ‘agla exam phod denge’. The recently concluded midsems tested your endurance, and left you all kinds of exhausted in its wake. After…

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Seeking Justice

Seeking Justice

Written by Simrat Pal Singh Satia, Batch of 2019   Disclaimer-The following is writer’s personal reckoning on the issue. Kindly have an open mind while reading his opinion. On August 10, 2016, a third year student, named Sushant Rohilla, of Amity Law School, Delhi took his life. A bright young student, who was jovial, proactive and inspired several students of his college, committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan. No, he wasn’t demented…

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The Last Leg: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

The Last Leg: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

By Arushee Sharma, Batch of 2019 After a long truancy in the school of Potterheads, the script for J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finally came out in the bookstores, and through the portal, into the platform, we embarked upon the magical and prodigious journey yet again…for the last time. It is the eighth and the last story of the Harry Potter series and the first official one to be presented on screen….

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Finding Home

Finding Home

By Sharanya Swain, ICE- Batch of 2019 I’m sitting in front of the TV. Wiling away my precious time and boring myself to death. Seeing the mundane life that I lead, suddenly a voice inside tells me “I want to go home”. I sit upright and play the entire thought inside my mind. Sitting peacefully, with no hindrance whatsoever in my own house- I feel I want to go home! Aren’t I already in mine….

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