Monday, January 20, 2020

Clay Modelling Competition

The Fine Arts Club organized a Clay Modelling Competition today with a fairly large number of interested participants and the event was a tremendous success. The event was introduced as a shift in the norm and as an inviting means to stoke the creative talents of the students. The turn up and enthusiasm was notwithstanding the fact that a large number of participants had little if any experience in the subtle and skillful art of clay modelling.

The Cycle Revolution

   In the heart of Hauz Khas, spread across 320 acres lies the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. Every year a lot of students move in...

Sportech 2017

 

Finding Faculty: More than just a question of numbers

The Indian Institutes of Technology are synonymous with excellence and the national academic frontier. But, the IITs’ ability to live up to these expectations...

Speeding up the supercomputer

The IIT Delhi supercomputer is all set to get an upgrade that would propel it to the Top 3 of supercomputing facilities in the...

Supernumerary Reservation

In an effort to improve the gender ratio in its B.Tech programme, the Supernumerary Policy enacted by the GoI adds a total of 779 more...

Chaos Vitae

With a revamped structure for CV verification coming up this year, there is a lot of chaos amid the numerous forms floated, tonight being...

The Placement Saga

Another Placement season. Another season of lucrative offers for some and heartbreak for others. Only this time around, there were a little too many heartbreaks. Far more than one associates with an institution like IIT Delhi . Despite 270 organisations offering nearly 400 job roles and 20 lavish international offers being tabled, the general feeling among the students, both the seniors and the juniors, is that of disappointment.

There was definitely a huge pressure on the placement season this year, considering heavy participation from 5th year dual and M.Tech students.

BHM Night

The Annual BHM night was held on 12th March, with students coming in large numbers to see the stalls of every hostel and witness the cultural performances being conducted.

Campus Review : Rajdhani Foods

 

Regular Timings: 10 AM – 3 AM

Location: Opposite Aravali Hostel, adjacent to Southy (Replaces Rakesh Cafeteria) 

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