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To Delhi, with love, Iran

Delhi University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world for graduation has always had students coming from far off states of India. The university’s seats being the most coveted, has always held its gates wide open for people who come to “Dilwaalo ki Dilli” dreaming big. And what is even more heartening is that there are people from ...

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Admissions in Delhi Univ are hell, but it’s worth it.

Delhi University Post graduate admissions

I have lived in Mumbai all my life and after completing my undergrads in English Literature from my dream college here, I was clueless about what my next step would be. I was conflicted between further studies and taking up a job. My parents preferred the former and to some extent so did I because I didn’t know what job ...

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Students in Free Enterprise

SIFE is an international non-profit organization that organises college students to make a significant difference in their communities. SIFE is a team-based activity – you’ll be a member of a team that represents your university to work within the community. These teams of students apply business concepts to new projects with a wide outreach that improve the standard of living ...

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A Giant Gesture

Free Medical Camp-Mumbai Young Giants is a part of Giants International, a nonprofit & non political organisation that undertakes various social services since the past 38 years. Young Giants of Chowpatty have organised a free Medical Camp followed by Fun & Fair on the 4th & 5th of December to help the under privileged & to raise funds for various ...

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2500 IITans in Delhi March to Ramlila Ground

When the Constitution of India was drafted, the assumption was that people voted to power would be people of integrity, working in the interest of the Nation. It is unfortunate that with the passage of time, this trust has been belied and persons with criminal back-ground are in command. People are reeling under high inflation because of the loot while ...

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A Book For Each Child

On the 10th of July 2011, the Rotaract Club of Bombay Film City completed another fun- filled extravagant year; a year of true legacy, and indeed, the legacy continued. Post the installation ceremony of the year 2011-12, the young enthusiastic RCBFites came up with their dream project

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Bits Pilani wins the GBC 2011

Global Business Challenge, an hunt conducted by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) to find India’s Finest Business Leaders was successfully held at the JW Marriot, Mumbai on June 11, 2011.The 2011 CIMA Global Business Challenge was sponsored by Barclays India who is also the official partner for this competition. This is the second time consecutively that BITS Pilani ...

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Love thy neighbour

IIT Delhi students’ initiative with UNHCR for the Burmese Refugees in India. 20th June is the world Refugee Day.Project “Aarambh” by Student of Free Interprise (SIFE),a non-profitable student group of IIT Delhi, have taken up the initiative to voluntarily work to uplift the Burmese Refuge Community residing in India .This group was formed in July 2010 and since then they ...

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India Youth to Business Forum: AIESEC

AIESEC, the world’s largest youth-run organization, is celebrating it’s 30 years of existence in India this month. As part of their 30 years celebration, AIESEC in India is hosting two forums: The India Youth to Business Forum 2011 and The National Stakeholders’ Summit. The India Youth to Business Forum: Provides a unique platform for the Youth and the business world ...

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Enthusia 2010

Come January 7th , India is set to witness the largest and most spectacular national level sports festival to be held in the country – Enthusia. Enthusia is VJTI’s (Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute) grand annual sports festival. Enthusia now in its 5th year since its inception has grown with the passage of each year and has now achieved its much ...

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