The Telegraph
| Monday, February 22, 2016 |

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Net it online

Learn to use the new media efficiently to land a job even before you graduate, says Manasi Shah

Engineering graduate Subhashish Deb did not get much help from his placement cell in college. So he went online and grabbed an amazing job as a software engineer at a reputed MNC. Rounak Dey, who graduated from a Calcutta college, didn't rely on... | Read»


All's well that starts well

Budding medics and techies came together in a medical college in Calcutta to find solutions to healthcare problems in India, reports Prasun Chaudhuri

Imagine a walking stick that buzzes whenever there is danger ahead. Of course, it's not the stick that alerts users, but a device that sits atop it and emits ultrasonic beams to help people scan the surroundings. | Read»


Voice of mica

This Uttarayan (January 14), the team of 16 student radio jockeys from MicaVaani 90.4 FM (Mica's community radio station) took the celebrations to their listeners in the villages of Shela and Telav, located within hearing radius (7km) of the... | Read»


Sun, sun, sun, Here we come

Trishit Banerjee on bagging a full scholarship to Tohoku University, Japan, eating raw fish and learning the rules of public baths

Ever since I met former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, I'd been nurturing a desire to be a scientist. Initially, I dreamt of becoming an astronomer or a space scientist. But my goal changed after the chemistry teacher in my school - Birla School,... | Read»