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Author  Interview;  Sudeep  Nagarkar

Novelist Sudeep Nagarkar’s, first novel Few Things Left Unsaid in 2011 was an instant best seller. Followed by That’s The Way We Met in 2012, which has also been the reason why he has dropped out of a of  his job at an IT company to become a full time author. He is now a bestselling author  of 8 novels. ...

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Exams! Exams!

A loud thud and I broke my nose. I’d slept off while studying, lost my balance and there…my face banged right on the study table. I realized this could not be the way to success for sure. So I sat for some time and decided my own pathway to success during semesters. The path can be customized according to your needs…. ...

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Rise to Change; NM college Mumbai, Dec 18-24, 2013

Students and organisers of NM College Mumbai’s Drishti, the mangement festival, got together for a social service initiative in association with Shiksha Foundation and PETA India. From the 18th December to 24th December people donated stationery, books, uniforms and leather products. Rise To Change was an all round campaign which not only targeted children but also looked out for animal ...

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I had a Crush on the Librarian

Every school has a teacher on whom the entire school ka crush hota hai. In my school days I had a big time crush on my librarian! I mean I never liked going inside the school library. I mean… It was like going inside the palace where all my enemies were planning to destroy my brain. You could say that ...

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Bharat Ratna for scientist Dr. CNR Rao

While the entire nation was engulfed in the hullabaloo of one Bharat Ratna Awardee, another eminent figure was given due recognition for 50 year of perseverance and struggle to thrive and take the nation to the pinnacles of success in the field of science. Meet Prof. Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao also known as C.N.R. Rao, born in Bangalore in the ...

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Books 4 Cheap!

The size and the price of our text books incessantly increase as we pass from Balbharti to Yuvakbharti to a point where we have to shell out a few thousand bucks just to procure them. Fear not, JAM won’t let anything come in the way of your padhai-likhai. Much sweat was, er, sweated to find the places where you could ...

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Anything for you ma’am

More than a year after it was published, ‘Five Point Someone’ is still on the best seller list. Does that mean there is a market for books about ‘people studying in IIT’? Especially if sold around the pocket friendly price of Rs 100?? That’s what Tushar Raheja, a 4th year student at IIT Delhi, is hoping. ‘Anything for you ma’am‘ ...

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