Students’ Affairs Council and some questions you might have about it

Students’ Affairs Council and some questions you might have about it

To bridge the gap between students and the faculty, between ideas and execution and between the past and future, it seems that the Students’ Affairs Council of NSIT could be the means to usher in a new and improved NSIT. The Alliance is here to answer any questions you may have about the ‘SAC’. Q1. Who is eligible to apply? A1. Students from all branches who are presently in second and third year are eligible…

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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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NSU: Somebody’s Indifference, Somebody’s Passion

NSU: Somebody’s Indifference, Somebody’s Passion

By Nilayan Das Gupta, Batch of 2013 Absence of the Internet, library devoid of research papers and journals, no canteen: Sounds familiar? These are the problems we NSITians so often crib about. We wish someone would solve these issues but how often have we raised our voice and tried to make a difference in college? While the answer for most of us will be “not me” some decided to take a stand and make a…

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