Thursday, October 18, 2018
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Alumni Stories Chapter 2: The Entrepreneur (Saurabh Mittal)

Join us as we speak with the man behind the upcoming Mittal Sports Complex--Saurabh Mittal, Cofounder of the Indiabulls group and Founder and Chairman...
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Alumni Stories Chapter 1: The Civil Services (Devesh Chaturvedi)

In which we speak to Mr Devesh Chaturvedi, Joint Secretary with the Department of Training and Personnel, about his life as an IAS officer,...

Valor on Wheels: Sarah Kashyap and Karun Chandhok talk motorsports…

In a first event of its type, India’s second F1 racer, Chandhok, and Biking enthusiast and first and only Indian woman to complete the Raid de Himalayan on a motorbike, Kashyap, reveal their experiences with motorsports in India.

The IIT-Startup Equation

On the eve of Alumni day, held on 17th and 18th December, IIT Delhi witnessed the homecoming of several of its heroes. Among them were 3 students of the 2010 batch, who had managed to make it large. And not by joining a heavy-paying bigshot industry, but by taking initiative and giving their dreams, the refined shape of a startup. These 3 were – Raghav Verma, the co-founder of Chaayos ; Samar Singla, Founder of Jugnoo and Ravi Soni, the founder of Obbserv. 

Nikhil D’Souza Exclusive Interview

 

“Music moves me, it reinforces my belief that there is more than just what we see, hear or touch.”

The Blood Connect put up a spectacular event at Dogra Hall this Sunday, with amazing performances by dance group Terpsi Chorean and rock band Tarkash, and politician Ajay Maken visiting the event and applauding the noble work that Blood Connect is doing. The best part is, we managed to get hold of the showstopper, musician/songwriter/composer Nikhil D’Souza for an exclusive interview. Read on to see what he had to say!

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Ambar Srivastava : A TR35 awardee


Ambar Srivastava is a dual degree graduate in Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology from IIT Delhi (year -2008). Ambar developed a mobile phone-sized haemoglobin meter dubbed the TrueHb Hemometer for which he received MIT’s TR35 award for top innovators under 35.

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Interview with Dr Raghuram Rajan

Q: Which technologies do you think will play a key role in the development of the country? And what do you think should be the...

Yaseen Anwer

  One of the major perks of working for BSP is the people you get to interact with, and the perspectives you thus...

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