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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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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Senior Gyaan

Senior Gyaan

By Arjun Singh, Batch of 2013 Placements – The End Or The Beginning? I know many of you may have been lured into NSIT by the knight in the shining armor, i.e., placements. But now that you are here, do not worry yourself by pondering over the hoopla surrounding placements. Everyone gets placed in NSIT, touchwood. You will too (if you study properly). MBA – The Ultimate Goal? You all would have heard about NSIT’s…

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NSIT: Top Notch Placements

NSIT: Top Notch Placements

By Nilayan Das Gupta, Batch of 2013 Good News! In the Dataquest -IDC-NASSCOM survey conducted by IDC Dataquest, NSIT has edged out BITS Pilani, IIT Roorkee and DTU to occupy the #10 rank. On the placement scorecard, NSIT comes in at #5 slot. New Recruiters NSIT‘s placement process is spread over several months, giving both the recruiters and students time to find the best fit. During the placement season, NSIT recorded an increase in the…

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Cracking the Kraken: Roadmap To Placements

Cracking the Kraken: Roadmap To Placements

By Gazal Gupta, Batch of 2013 Percentage: “70% is more than enough.” This is what most people know and believe until this illusion is broken during the placements. While the cut-off for a company might be just 70%, when it comes to short-listing the candidates for the final interview students with higher percentages are preferred in most cases. Pay utmost importance to exams and marks and maintain a balance since college is about masti too….

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