• A Walk to Remind; A Walk to Remember

    A stroll down to Cheddis yesterday evening would have greeted you with a rare side of IIT KGP: erupting shouts and adrenaline-filled poster-upholding young protesters marching for a cause. As the local media buzzed around them and the furious student leaders propound in Bengali with animated gestures, one is struck by the amount of enthusiasm among this lot. It was […]

    A Walk to Remind; A Walk to Remember
  • Of Halls, Councils and Management: An editor’s musings.

    Autumns in KGP tend to be hectic for a lot of individuals associated with the system – students, faculty, administrative staff and so on. To the stakeholders’ credit however, they do manage to find time for drama in the midst of all the monotonous humdrum of the semester in KGP. Over the years, second year students have been initiated into […]

    Of Halls, Councils and Management: An editor’s musings.
  • BetaGlide: They will Beta Test your apps and will make millions doing it

    Mr. Amritanshu Anand along with Mr. Anshul Singhle is the co-founder of BetaGlide; a Kharagpur start-up which as recently as April, got a million dollars in funding at the Rice Business Plan Competition.
    Diligently, The Scholars’ Avenue caught up with co-founder Amritanshu Anand and got him to chronicle his journey from Inception to Implementation.

    BetaGlide: They will Beta Test your apps and will make millions doing it
  • Heart-to-heart with a Bharat Ratna

    The Scholars’ Avenue caught up with Prof. CNR Rao and his wife for a morning chat over tea in his chambers at Technology Guest House. A Bharat Ratna, a Padma Vibhushan and a Padma Shri, he’s the founder and Director of Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR). With over 1600 papers, 48 books and 75000 citations, he stands eminent as the “Science Man” of India. The talk gets interesting when he remembers his young days and churns out wisdom about the different roles he played: a student, teacher and scientist, in the form of stories and illustrations from the lives of great scientists.

    Heart-to-heart with a Bharat Ratna
  • The Marauder’s Map

    “I solemnly swear that I’m up to no good”

    Let the best kept secrets of KGP reveal themselves as you chant the magical words. The Scholars’ Avenue is proud to present the IIT Kharagpur Marauder’s Map.

    The Marauder’s Map

Campus News »

Google Online Marketing Challenge

Google Online Marketing Challenge

September 8, 2014 at 7:00 pm

The team   The Google Online Marketing Challenge is an annual international competition which attracts participant students and professors (for guidance) from over 1000...

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Inter IIT Hockey: One step further?

November 16, 2013 at 8:49 pm

It was an agonizing defeat to IIT Bombay in the quarter finals last year which dashed KGP’s hopes for a medal. Neither the 70 minute game nor the 8-second rule could distinguish...

Other News

Myth Busters!

Myth Busters!

When 1st years arrive on campus, they always fall prey to a few prevalent myths. We, at The Scholars’ Avenue, attempt to clear the air a bit with regards to these myths.

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The Soapy Tales

The Soapy Tales

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The Research Expedition

The Research Expedition

“A Sloka in the 10th book of Rig Veda appears to be written for praising Lord Indra. The technical translation of that Sloka gives the value of pi up to 28 digits accurately.” Science and Technology has always been a significant part of the Indian culture. The Indian Renaissance, which coincided with our independence struggle, witnessed great strides made by […]

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The KGP Graph Theory

The KGP Graph Theory

Let’s have a look at KGP graphically!

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Beyond Mt. Fuji and Cherry Blossoms

Satoshi Kon is man whose movies, contrary to our notion of anime, deal with emotions, perceptions and life in general. Not only is he a master of the surreal but also an ingenious painter of human emotions and life’s contradictions. The depth that one finds in his frame-by-frame-hand-drawn movies is hard to match even when compared to big budget Hollywood […]

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Things to do in your Freshman year

Things to do in your Freshman year

Disclaimer :-  Though the author claims to have written the article based on his experiences as a Freshman and has clearly had the good fortune of not being caught (very often) while performing the non-permissible activities of the lot, The Scholars’ Avenue shall not be responsible for acts out of inspiration.In all probability,you’ll be rewarded with a Hypothetical High-Five.   1. Nap in […]

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Bribespot.com | The buck stops here

Bribespot.com | The buck stops here

The role of social networks and electronic media in engendering an emerging political consciousness among the global youth can hardly be overstated. Even on a more local level, there is a void between the government and the electorate, fueled by our inability to do much about the crumbling pillars of bureaucracy, plagued by corruption and inefficiency; a void that is […]

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Open Letter from Mr. Arjun Malhotra

Dear KGPians, As you may be aware, Prof Partha Pratim Chakrabarti(PPC) had been selected by the MHRD Search committee and BoG, IIT Kharagpur as Director-Select for IIT Kharagpur on July 29th 2012.  Almost a year has passed and he has not yet been appointed as the Director due to a long pending clearance from CVC. IIT Kharagur has been headless […]

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G Sec (Social & Cultural) Review

The Scholars’ Avenue decided to catch up with the current General Secretaries, Social and Cultural of the TSG, Surbhi Narain and Somraj Dutta, over cups of the random solvents the people over at CCD serve. Coming towards the end of their tenure but with a good proportion of events in the GC calendar still remaining, it seemed an ideal time […]

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Sports Diaries-The G.Secs’ viewpoint

Sports Diaries-The G.Secs’ viewpoint

It’s been an eventful year at IIT Kharagpur, sporting-wise. Although Shaurya was a relative success this year, Kharagpur’s continued dismal performance in the Inter-IIT sports meet is a big cause of concern. TSA caught up with the two General Secretaries, Akash Singhi and Indranil Hatai to find out how they fared when it came to implementing their proposals or conducting […]

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