The Telegraph
| Monday, July 27, 2015 |


Back to engineering

The software industry is passé - the future lies in basic engineering, says Prasun Chaudhuri

It's hard to turn away from a big fat salary. But Abhishek Latthe and Devanjan Maiti seem to have done just that: instead of working for the software industry, they have opted for the manufacturing sector. And, unwittingly, they have become the... | Read»

Fresher, don’t fret

Ragging has been banned, college administrations have been asserting for a while now. Go tell that to the seniors, first-year students retort. We don’t condone the practice, but if you do get ragged, here are four survival tips

Ragging is a double-edged sword. If it takes a brutal form, lives are lost. If mild and in good humour, it helps freshers bond with seniors. But most newcomers - especially those who are in hostels - fear ragging, and have good reason to do so.... | Read»

Global award


I came across the Global James McGuire Business Plan Competition through Pearl Academy, which is a part of Laureate International Universities. My vision is to supply eco-friendly, environmentally sustainable mother care and baby care products... | Read»