With the onset of a new decade, IIT-Bombay is all set to unveil its most popular and one of its kind Annual Social Fest 2020. The 7th edition of Abhyuday’s fest features the theme “The Gen-Z Spark” with a sole purpose to resonate with the famous words spoken by Mother Teresa, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples ”, to create the ripples across the minds of the generation Z to fight for change and for a better tomorrow.Continue reading “IIT Bombay’s Annual Social Festival, Abhyuday, from 18th to 19th January 2020”
Kshitij, also called KTJ, is the annual techno-management festival of one of India’s premier technical institutions, the IIT Kharagpur. Kshitij’s journey started in 2004, with the aim to provide the technically inclined youth’s generation a national-level platform, where they can show their talents and expertise and would be recognized and rewarded. The Seventeenth release of Kshitij aka KTJ 2020, is scheduled from 17th to 19th January 2020.Continue reading “Kshitij – KTJ 2020 – Techno Managment Fest – IIT Kharagpur”
The BMS and BAF department of R.D National College Bandra (W), Mumbai announced their inter-collegiate annual festival – Meterdown 2020. It is coming together of like-minded students from colleges all over Mumbai, where they compete in high spirits to win the final shield proclaiming one champion. After completing six successful years, Meterdown is back with its seventh edition.Continue reading “Meterdown 2020 – Annual Cultural Fest – R D National College”
Frames Film Festival is an annual fest conducted by the BMM Department of SIES College, Nerul. The fest’s 17th edition will be coming up on the 9th, 10th and 11th of January, 2020. It all started way back in 2003 when the journey of India’s largest undergraduate Film Festival began.Continue reading “Frames Film Festival 2020 – SIES College, Nerul”
Big Hello to everyone. We are back with yet another book for you to read and review. This one seems very different and is not something that you’ll usually read. It is a fresh and witty take on life today. And this is something that is most required not just in the current situations, but also if you want to generally be happy.
How To Be A Likeable Bigot by Naomi Datta is a hilarious take on how even being ordinary can just be fun. If you want to smile, learn some tricks of survival during current times, you should surely read this one.
Over the years, the College of Engineering, Pune has made its mark on the cultural landscape of the entire country with its spectacular performance in various fests. The year 2016 marked the inception of COEP’s very own cultural fest “Impressions”. Impressions 2019 is an idea to provide artists with a platform so diverse, that their creativity has a thousand ways to portray itself. Over the three editions so far, this promise has been kept.Continue reading “Impressions 2019 – College of Engineering, Pune”