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The Telegraph
| Thursday, December 11, 2014 |


Learn while you have fun

Participating in festivals can make you job ready if you go about them in the right way, says Anmol Baid

December, January, February. Every college student knows the significance of these three months; they, of course, comprise the festival season. Colleges put in their best efforts to make your winter entertaining and exciting. What is more, all... | Read»

Hot tips for cool cats

Here are some steps to help you make the most of college fests

Come winter and Calcutta gets into the mood to have fun. Children have their visits to the zoo, grown-ups have their New Year’s Eve parties and college students have their fests. Yes, it is that time of the year when every college goer is either... | Read»

Start today, not tomorrow

Do you have a tendency to put things off until the last moment? Abimanyu Nagarajan shows a way out

Procrastination is the hardest sin to beat. Naturally, because who doesn’t love not doing anything, right? But let’s face it — it can severely harm your career and your life as a whole.  | Read»

Find the right chemistry

There is a lot of chemistry in our daily life. From our bodies that are made of chemical compounds to our emotions led by chemical messengers called neurotransmitters to the sunscreens we use â?? everything is steeped in chemistry. Our featured... | Read»

Fit for life

News, views and trivia straight  from schools and colleges

So what happens when you go through an intense gymming programme for a few months? Well, if you can keep up with it, it turns out you end up looking amazing and, not to mention, a whole lot healthier. | Read»

In the land of spires

Sounak Sahu, a DPhil student at Oxford, on his fascination with zoology, winning the Clarendon scholarship and sailing on the Thames | Read»