Archive for February, 2010

Saamanjasya ’10

Latest: The deadlines for Parishram and Wired have been extended to 10th March and 18th March respectively. Saamanjasya ’10 is a social event being organized by Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur. Scheduled to be held in the third week of March, Saamanjasya attempts to bring together corporates and NGOs on a common platform to ensure inclusive growth and […]

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National Seminar on Indian Aesthetics

The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Kharagpur, is organizing the National Seminar on Indian Aesthetics: Convergences and Divergences. Sponsored by the Indian Council of Philosophical Research, Delhi (http://icpr.in/), the seminar looks at the evolution of Indian art and its connections, its associations with various other traditions. The programme, to be held from the 26th to the 28th of […]

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Uttarayan – Classical Dance Theatre, 25th Feb’10 in IIT KGP

Uttarayan is a dream project made possible by the collaborative efforts of young dancers and musicians from all across India, facilitated by a team of creative cultural entrepreneurs, and alumni of IIT KGP. Uttarayan is being jointly organised by Sahaj Padma, in collaboration with Rathnakala Padmakuteera Trust, from Hassan, Karnataka. Uttarayan is one story told through three different tales from […]

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Nanoelectronics @ IIT Bombay

V. Ramgopal Rao and J. Vasi Microelectronics has, for many years, been a major area of research at IIT Bombay.  In the year 2006, the Ministry of Communications & Information Technology launched a major initiative in the country to set up two Centres of Excellence in Nanoelectronics. IIT Bombay and IISc Bangalore, identified as having the two leading research groups […]

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Literati 2010

Literati is IIT Delhi’s annual literary festival. It will be a part of the Student Week at IIT Delhi which hosts other annual events for debating, sports and cultural festivals as well. The campus during this time will be visited by students from colleges throughout Delhi. Literati is organized by the Board for Student Publications (BSP) in IIT Delhi. The […]

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Quantitative Economics as an Option for Graduate Studies

Quantitative Economics as an Option for Graduate Studies

The following article was contributed by Prof. Debasis Mishra of the Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi as part of a campus recruitment initiative for an Master of Science programme in Quantitative Economics. For a very well written paper on the subject by Prof. Mishra with illustrative examples from the real world, click here. What is Quantitative Economics? Quantitative economics is […]

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Candle Light March for Ankik

Candle Light March for Ankik

UPDATE: Click here to read Ankik’s Obituary written by Mithun Madhusudhan ( Ankik’s batchmate, 5th Year Undergraduate Student, Patel Hall ) Ankik Dhar, a ’09 graduate of the Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering and ex BTDS Governor, passed away yesterday as an unfortunate victim of the recent Terrorist strike on a popular Pune Bakery. A candle light vigil […]

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Remembering Ankik

Remembering Ankik

Mithun Madhusudan, 5th Year Undergraduate Student, Patel Hall, shares his sense of grief  on the unfortunate death of a friend in the following words. I am not one given to extreme displays of emotion, but memories of Ankik Dhar cannot be penned down without it, for that was the kind of person he was. It’s always hard to deal with […]

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Open House Session with Mr. B. Muthuraman

Dr Muthuraman, the Chairman of Board of Governers of IIT Kharagpur will be visiting the campus on 12th February.He is interested in having an interaction with student representatives and discussing several ongoing issues related to academics, students’ life, living standard in hostels, infrastructure support which is already available, those which are in the pipeline and other similar topics. Interested students […]

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CRY launches IIT Kharagpur Chapter.

CRY launches IIT Kharagpur Chapter.

CRY – Child Rights and You exists today – to amplify the voice of children. We believe that children are citizens in their own right, entitled to the full spectrum of human rights. At CRY, we do not believe in charity. Nor do we run schools, orphanages or dispensaries. Instead we partner grassroots-level NGOs working with children, their parents and […]

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