By Ishan Tyagi
El Último Partido or ‘The Last Match’ was organised on 27th April by the IIT Delhi footballing community at the institute field between the ‘Outgoing’ team led by previous captain Prateek Kulhari and the ‘Rest’ team led by the current captain Shivank Rawat in the manner of a farewell match for all the passing out seniors as a tribute to their immense contribution to the entire footballing culture at IIT Delhi.
Tryst'17 promised to be much bigger and better than ever before. And this 4 day long techno-cultural extravaganza surely lived up to it’s expectations. The repetitive patterns that adorned the institute area were symbolic of this year's theme "Decoding the Pattern".
One thing that is essential to facilitate all forms of learning is communication. Be it verbal, written, a presentation or a meeting. Done effectively, it can have an enormous impact.
The projects displayed by the biochemical engineering department gained a lot of appreciation from the audience primarily because of their commercial viability. The centrifuge could be used to easily separate fats and vitamins from other particles in a mixture of vinegar and milk because of their high molecular weights.
The evening of 23rd Jan witnessed the most awaited match for volleyball enthusiasts as Zanskar and Nilgiri clashed in the finals of Volleyball for the winner’s title. A large crowd from both hostels had assembled to cheer and support their respective teams. The 3 set match began on a high note as players filled with zeal gave their best.
By Shubham Singh Tanwar
KUMAON WON IN PENALTY SHOOTS
The final night of Inter-hostel hockey tournament took place on sunday where a horde of people showed up to support for their favourite players and hostels. It was Kumaon versus Karakoram and with 5 or more than 5 inter-IIT players on both playing 11,