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From the Beehive

“How far has the education system in India come?” asks Queenbee on the 70th anniversary of the country’s Independence.

Cultivating Liberal Arts: An Essential Colour for the Education Rainbow

Parag Saxena on the need of the hour for Indian education and the content that will make it relevant.

IIT Fee Hike – The Wrong Way to Go?

What will the raising of fees in public institutions cost us?

An Arm and a Leg — Not Just a Thumb

About the plight of modern Eklavyas who will lose more than a thumb to pay for their education.

The Internet Wave (1994 – 2002): The Internet Changes Everything

A book excerpt that gives us the inside story about the dawning of the digital age.

The Restaurant at the Edge of the Reef

A quiet walk on a tropical beach yields priceless bio treasures and indelible life lessons.

The Role of the Government in Publicly-Funded Institutions: To what extent should the government be setting the agenda for activities of the institution or its faculty?

Examines if educational institutions should work within a development framework to meet the needs of the country.

Fragile Foundations: Infra @ IITB

A students’ perspective on the general state of infrastructural disrepair at IIT Bombay.

The Six Intelligent Men at Kitzbuhel

Six world leaders hold an emergency summit at the Austrian ski town to tackle an imminent economic meltdown.

English Vinglish

Celebrates the resilience of English language that has evolved way beyond its default settings.

Syria: What the Forest Tells Us

Explores the political crisis in Syria through a unique geopolitical lens.

It Wasn’t Too Long Ago…

A fleeting glimpse into eternity that is experienced only through love.

Trek to Kuari Pass (The Curzon Trail)

A twelve-member team’s incredible excursion into the majestic Himalayas.

I am a Positive Person

Captures an epiphanic moment in which the author wonders if being positive is always the best route to take.

A Day in the Kitchen

A light piece that tells you how to address the problem of plenty in kitchen.

JuNUun & RoSeS

A not-so-subtle satire on wars of a different kind waged in a certain academic institution.