Monday, May 28, 2018

Counting credits – NPTEL and MOOCs

A short background Higher education in engineering in India to this day sees a wide spectrum in terms of the available infrastructure, options and quality...

The Humdrum of Registration

By Priyanshi and Vipasha

‘Well begun is half done’- To bend the quote a little, the registration process at the beginning of every semester becomes so time consuming and cumbersome that once you are done, it feels like half the semester is done! The amount of discussions, debates and consulting that takes place to pick the right courses adds up to much more than the effort we put in for the entire semester.

GSec Review

Well the title says it all, but for formality, this section covers the good, the bad and the ugly of the Student Heads of IIT Delhi’s various Boards. These boards form the mediators, the facilitators and arbitrator between the students and the administration. Another year, another semester but the same old General Secretaries. With half their tenure over, let us see how much they squirm under the microscope.

New Lecture Theatre Complex

With a total area of 47474m2 (about 9 football fields) and at an estimated cost of 162.9 crores the much awaited LHC came to life at the beginning of this semester. 

Senior Survey

 

It’s that time of the year again when we say our goodbyes, a lot of them indeed. Some to our batch-mates who would be graduating and even more to our beloved seniors. BSP took a survey of the graduating class of 2017 to find out, for perhaps the last time before they’re out into the world, how they reflect upon their last four to five years of their lives spent at IITD. The questions ranged from academics to extra-curricular activities, from relationship statuses to porn viewership, from food preferences to many more exciting indulgences. Read on to find out more about what the one that leaves has to say!

AXLR8R Formula Racing Car Launch

Axlr8r Formula Racing, the Formula Student chapter of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi officially launched their 5th car- XLR14 in the seminar hall.

Aravali Water Crisis

By Divyansh Srivastava.

They were unerring who said that you don’t know the worth of water until the well is dry. The residents of Aravali hostel realized this the hard way during the recent “water crisis”, as they chose to call it. 

TnP Work Ethics

 "Students have an attitude problem"

“We don’t think we’ll come for placements this year”

Student Body Elections

General Secretary and Club Secretary Elections for all the Student boards, CAIC and BRCA clubs were held in SAC from the 2nd to the...

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