FIR: Fest In Review Moksha 2017

FIR: Fest In Review Moksha 2017

By Perez Yeptho, Batch of 2019 Only a month back, we at The Alliance were with a heavy heart contemplating the creation of an obituary section in our edition, with Moksha being the very first entry in the column. At one point, it seemed likely that the same fest which had been the highlight of every even semester and a respite for all NSITians, for over a decade, was going to die a painful death…

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The Alliance 19.0: NSIT: Gods, Guilds and Ghissus

The Alliance 19.0: NSIT: Gods, Guilds and Ghissus

A month into the even semester and we’ve already fallen back into our academic rhythm (read: panic). So we, at The Alliance, bring out our latest edition for this month. Explore the ancient and mystical history of our college, learn what Machine Learning truly is, find out how to gain skills beyond the classrooms and much more! There is a little something for everyone! Go ahead and download The Alliance 19.0 now:  http://bit.ly/Alliance19

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The Resolution Farce

The Resolution Farce

By Kritika Anuragi, Batch of 2020 Disclaimer: Eighty three percent of me wants to sleep, and I still count on my fingers, so go ahead at your own risk. Legend has it that the month of January was named after the Roman god Janus. He had two faces, one gazing at the forthcoming future and the other focused on the past. As January rolls around, and our facebook timelines brim with year review posts (Trip…

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How Not To Plan A Trip

How Not To Plan A Trip

By Vandana Miglani, Batch of 2019 With the festive season around the corner, and an uncanny amount of free time on our hands (read as: the brief illusion between the Mid and End semester exams), taking a trip with the amigos is certainly an option. But while it presents itself as a great idea, that’s just the beginning. What follows between the idea and the trip, is utter chaos.  We, at the Alliance, feel you….

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The Official Freshers that wasn’t

The Official Freshers that wasn’t

By Simrat Pal Singh & Arushee Sharma, Batch of 2019   Year after year, after a frenzied unofficial freshers’ party, everyone waits for the real deal – the official freshers’ party, the same official fresher’s party which was cancelled this year for the batch of 2020. It is annually set in the Moksha ground (that unruly area behind ICE block, which stretches into wild nothingness? Yes, that!). The land is transmuted into the sets of…

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