The Telegraph
| Monday, April 18, 2016 |


A class apart

Multi-disciplinary universities with their bouquet of courses and unconventional teaching methods are attracting more and more young people, says Kavitha Shanmugam

No, Krathika Parchani did not have to fill reams and reams of ruled paper to pass the mandatory history course in her first year of college. Instead, she turned in a piece of embroidery as a sample of the artwork typical of the Renaissance period. | Read»

Face the heat

Let not the summer glare blind your style quotient. Sharmistha Ghosal has some fashion tips for the girls

First, the good news - it's hot. Now, the bad news - the coming weeks will be hotter. The Met office has already predicted that a heat spell is likely to continue for weeks. But let not the weather dampen your spirits. You can always beat the... | Read»

Student politics be damned

Campus Buzz

Student political movements usually distract bright students from their academic pursuit. They lose precious years chasing romantic dreams of changing the world, only to realise much later that they have lost precious years of their life,"... | Read»