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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Ghosts of NSIT’s Past

Ghosts of NSIT’s Past

THE PRESENT AS WE SEE IT! The erstwhile coveted Delhi Institute of Technology (DIT) was renamed to Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (after the campus shifted to Dwarka) and has been attracting some of the sharpest minds across the nation since 1997. A relatively ‘young’ institute, as compared to the other stalwarts it is put with, NSIT has proved its mettle and eared its position as one of the premier engineering colleges in India. But…

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All Good Things Must Come To An End

All Good Things Must Come To An End

For sems may come and sems may go, but ‘I’ go on forever.. .. It is that time of the year and it is the same story every year. Or, is it? With the seniors bidding adieu, we look back and stare into the hourglass, onto the journey they embarked on four years ago, a day which, when compared with the flux of emotions they experience now seems so mundane and lacklustre. Who knew that…

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Why doesn’t NSIT study?

Why doesn’t NSIT study?

JEE coaching. School. More coaching. Boards. AIEEE. College Admission. Mid Sem. Treats. End Sem. Sherlock marathon. Mid Sem. Vellapanti. End Sem. F.R.I.E.N.D.S marathon. Mid sem. More treats. End Sem. Fests and concerts. Mid Sem. ‘What-just-happended?’. End Sem. Procrastinations and deep contemplations. A big mix of remaining mid sems, end sems, CAT, GATE, GRE, TOEFL, all-other- abbreviated-entrances’ preparation. An NSITian? That would be your life’s four years (till you are a Bachelor’s in Engineering) summarised. Now,…

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Women On Top

Women On Top

By Shrey Bansiwal, Batch of 2015; and Shivangi Saxena, Batch of 2014 Another year has passed, and NSIT has climbed up a few more notches on the mount of success as three NSITians – Mansi Aggarwal, Sakshi Tomar and Manjot Pahwa- have achieved great laurels by getting into London Business School, London School of Economics and Google,USA respectively. Here is an insight into how they prepared for their exams, their plans for the future and…

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