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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Why do College Start-ups fail?

Why do College Start-ups fail?

Remember the orientation session when you were introduced to nearly 30 odd societies, each and everyone of them trying to portray the best of themselves just to grab your attention. Eventually as you settle down you tend to forget the most of them: they become invisible. Only a few out of that long list of societies appear to be working in “REAL”. Do you know the reason why? Failure of a start-up/society can be due…

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Satire, My Attire

Satire, My Attire

When Archimedes expressed his boundless excitement on stumbling upon a path-breaking invention, little did he realize that the words he articulated would be quoted on several occasions. One of the instances include when entrepreneurial-streak-inflicted engineering undergrads voice the very same word on ‘stumbling’ upon a start-up or a new college society idea. They shout ‘eureka’ and run to implement their ideas with their bubbly peers who have a tendency to jump into anything – a…

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Lost Beat

Lost Beat

All men dream but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes to make it possible. -T.E. Lawrence With this adage in mind, a student from NSIT went on to make an effort to set up a launch pad for all…

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My Idea Today

My Idea Today

By Yogesh Arora, Batch of 2014 (http://myideatoday.wordpress.com/) This idea caters to two types of audiences: 1. People who want to invest or save something while they are in the college. 2. People who face problems in seeking investment for their college ventures. One wanting to save/invest money would agree to invest in a college mate’s business venture, if given some share in the total profit. Other having a Business-plan, would certainly join a group of…

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