This is where it all ends, four years of infinite fun and memories. The journey from a JEE aspirant to an engineer has been one unforgettable ride.
“नीला आसमान सो गया…….!!ऐसा शून्य जिसकी भरपाई कभी नही हो पाएगा। कलाम नहीं रहे।” लोकेश नारायण शंकर, प्रथम वर्ष, आई. टी. का एक दुखद दिन का संस्मरण।Read More
Gul Asnani, 2nd Year, COE elaborates on her ‘people’ problem, and faces a Diwali dilemma. Illustration by Md. Faisal Akhtar, 3rd Year, EEE.Read More
Srishti Mittal, 1st Year, PCT prepares a near-exhaustive list of the traits of an abundant species: DTU’s Day Scholar. Sleep-deprived? Unfinished syllabus? Empty stomach? Find out what all have you accomplished in your daily journey to and fro from college.Read More
Men’s tennis hasn’t been in such a fine health for a while. The evergreen Roger Federer is claiming trophies left, right and center, all at the ripe age of 36. He just bagged the Shanghai Masters title beating arch-rival and present world number one Rafael Nadal.Read More
In a life full of quandaries, at one point, you begin searching for meaning. This becomes the foundation of your judgement, decisions and actions. Mere coincidences seem like the ultimate intervention of the universe, guiding you through the high and lows of life.Read More
Shrey Padhi, 1st Year, PIE has a DTU conspiracy theory of his own. Have you ever thought about the mysterious triangles imprinted on the OAT or wondered why do the secretive symbols related to the Illuminati are found all over DTU?Read More
After a long and dreaded exam season, the much-awaited Freshers' Week was organised by the DTU Cultural Council. Day 1: The week began with plethora of informal fun events. Amul and CRP were full of freshers ecstatically participating. Day 2: The second day saw a fully loaded vibrant cultural train dripping joy at every stop and ended with everybody holding their stomach as the Wannabe Idiot Techies filled the B.R. Audi with boisterous laughter. Day 3: An extravaganza of music, dance and ethnic wear, the Ethnic Night spiced up the monotonous schedules of the freshers. Day 4: The sign of nation's prosperity and self-dependence, Khaadi was celebrated. Students participated in "Sankalp for Khaadi" which included multitudinous events ranging from a fashion show to slogan writing competitions. Day 5: The last day began with renowned actor and comedian Manoj Joshi taking the B.R. Audi stage to present a play and enchant the students with his brilliant acting skills. It was followed by the much awaited Freshers' Night. The aura was inconceivable as the newbies took the stage by storm.
The last day of the Freshers’ Week began with renowned National Award-winning actor Mr. Manoj Joshi taking to the B.R. Audi stage to present the play ‘Chanakya’ and enchant the students with his brilliant acting skills.
His death underlines the fact that no matter how successful, rich or popular you may be, depression doesn’t discriminate. Read on as Pratyush Thakur, 2nd Year, COE pens a tribute to Chester Bennington.Read More
Anyone who has seen Netflix original series Narcos will agree that it is raw. There is no glamorisation. The truth is plain and the message is clear. A law breaker doesn’t deserve to escape the noose just because his situations forced him to do so. Read on as Hitee Singh, 1st Year MBA writes about how unbiased storytelling can stop the glorification of criminals.Read More