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BITS Goa Waves’ Searock Band elims in 9 cities

Searock is an all-India semi-pro band competition hosted as part of the BITS Goa’s three-day long cultural festival, “Waves”. With performances ready to set fire and make the crowd go wild, the Goan atmosphere is just right to set the adrenaline rushing! In its ninth edition, Searock aims to progress further into the underground realm of music in the country ...

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You know you are in SCMHRD, Pune when;

You get a mail at 11:02 p.m. asking you to be present in the assembly hall at 11:00 p.m. for a batch-meet with the director. Your Marketing Professor sends you a cheeky mail informing you of a surprise test barely hours before it is scheduled to start. The Exams department cleverly schedules tests on every third day and particularly on ...

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Job hunt – don’t let it haunt you.


I’ve read many articles on how people are depressed when not finding a job. But mine is an eye opener. We did not have campus placements. So what I did was browsed the PR firms in Pune and Mumbai and applied to them directly and of course also uploaded my CV on the various job portals. I found two jobs ...

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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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5 Things to follow on Public Transport Buses!

What are the things which move in your mind when you hear about public transport buses? Deluxe! Cheap! Comfortable! Naah! Actually the things which seem to be running in our mind after hearing about buses are : compact, crowd, sweet ladies, slaps and undoubtedly swindler or pickpockets. Travelling in a public transport bus is becoming almost a part of our ...

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unofficial-prospectus-archives ISB&M, Viman Nagar, Pune

A green campus with birds chirping around all the time? Nah! A campus with different blocks for different courses? Nah! Does our college even have a campus? Oh yes! It does. Ashoka Plaza. Almost 2 floors in a commercial building. We have different shops and offices all around us and a Domino’s in the same building. We have no such ...

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S.M. Jr. College, Pune

The worst English speaking faculty is the English Professor herself. The librarian talks to you in Gujarati. There is a roomful of Gujarati literature but only an almirah of English literature. The campus is smaller than a basketball court. The corner behind the girls staircase (yes, there are separate staircases for both genders) from where they hand out something to ...

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B V. Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Pune

You are fined for speaking any language other than English, though the teachers can converse in any language. You are fined for not wearing socks, not wearing shoes, not wearing vests, not shaving, coming late, not wearing belt, not cutting hair, not tucking in shirt, wearing jewellery and millions of other reasons. All these conditions are applicable only for boys. ...

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Designing Dreams

This independent 19 year old is exporting clothes to Spain and Italy and having a ball. Anuradha Joshi is a management student with a difference. Besides managing two designer clothing stores in Delhi and Mumbai, she also exports her creations to Milan & Spain. All of this just at the age of 19! At the same time, she is trying ...

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Wadia College, Pune

Also known as: Just “Wadias.” Campus: It is pretty big and the commerce, engineering and arts-science sections are separated by parking. Faculty: Majority of the professors are old but very friendly and helpful. They are great if you plan to attend lectures. Attendance: The faculty is great but all of them have a request – If you’re attending pay attention ...

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