Brand, Money, & Passion

Brand, Money, & Passion

Introduction What connects Mother Teresa, Henry Ford, Billy Martin, Marie Curie and Confucius? Well, they are all famous for one. Another point of confluence would be their dedication and persistence towards something, be it baseball or philanthropy or philosophy. But, for us simpletons, passion-crazed romanticism is different from meaningful work, a meaningful work being the one satisfying our necessities. The glint of money lures our minds. And the brand frequently renders our heart vulner-able. In…

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The Farce Called Free Speech

The Farce Called Free Speech

Free speech. Yes, we have heard about it. We claim to have it. It comes along with terms like free world, transfer of ideas, rights and tolerance. But, just like all things free, it comes with a tiny star on its top right corner, which leads to a legend somewhere, in some obscure edge, which reads – ‘Conditions Apply’. Speech is certainly free. There are rights and laws guaranteeing it, in a multitude of constitutions…

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Does NSIT Provide Enough Time And Opportunities To Everyone To Excel?

Does NSIT Provide Enough Time And Opportunities To Everyone To Excel?

By Satinder Pal, Batch of 2017 Ranked among the top-class engineering colleges of India, NSIT has an exultant record of producing skilled engineers, research scientists, entrepreneurs, and future leaders. The jubilant number of outstanding placements from the campus, the considerable chunk of NSITians making it to the top grad-schools, both in India and abroad, and the undeniable fraction of students who crack prestigious entrance tests like the civil services exam, etc. every year; all these…

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Change is the only constant

Change is the only constant

By Ira Saxena, Batch of 2016 The freedom of speech and expression is probably that one fundamental right that has never been better exercised than in the present times. The modern citizen of the world knows the power of peaceful protest and the institutions of the world (from offices to national governments) know and respect the power of the same. Voicing opinions, raising concerns, signing petitions – they have become commonplace. Analogous to a machine, such regular voicing of opinions works towards keeping…

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Senior-Junior Interaction

Senior-Junior Interaction

By Sonali Garg, Batch of 2016 An amalgam of the effervescence of youth and trepidation of the unknown with innumerable trajectories that open up in college, eventuates that many students end up feeling lost. The metamorphosis from school to college is rife with bottlenecks and can be extremely daunting in the absence of proper guidance. This is where the ‘Senior gyaan’ kicks in. Who is a senior? A person, who is always willing to lend…

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