The Close of another Saga

As another vibrant academic year comes to an end, one that saw extensive megaliths coming up all around the campus to hyper active security guards and the first open house discussion to some never-before-seen policies and speeds for the institute internet.

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Driving Away the Clouds of Uncertainty

The main concern of mankind at large is the huge uncertainty of its own fate. Forget what is in store for them a year down the line. They have no idea whatsoever as to what awaits them the next day. Also, this concern is amplified when this uncertainty is imposed due to the actions of other men. Physicists find Heisenberg to be a genius when it comes to solving problems of statistical physics, but when this rule of uncertainty is reflected in their own lives, things just go down the hill. There are many issues, according to Common Perception, that annoy the NITR junta; issues of great uncertainty, giving way to great distress among them. Right from the NITR Alumni relations to 4th year dual degree summer internships to film fest, and so on;

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Through Troubled Times

 

 

 


In the first weekend following the mid-semester examinations, Team MM caught up with the Director to get a perspective on the troubled times, the problems of the ISM, the provision of rank cards and many more issues. Read on to find out what the Director had to say.

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Of Obtuse Student Activity

With the winters coming to an end, the institute has events stacked up to keep the masses busy for the next 3 months. Discussing persisting issues, here is the interview of The Director this week, with main focus on the internet and SAC issues.

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A Chilly Commencement

With the initiation of a new semester, several salient issues of NITR populace have remained unresolved along with emergence of a few fresh discrepancies. The director gives an elaborate clarification on the status of the various unfinished ventures as well as the new anomalies faced by the students after the winter breaks.

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