As a part of Diamond Jubilee Lecture Series, a guest lecture on “Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)” by Dr. Hithesh Kumar Gatty was organized by the Department of Mechatronics Engineering. He is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
“In the future, solar applications will reach all households and industry – but the challenge is to develop technologies to increase overall solar system efficiency, as well as inspire proper disposal of solar panels”, said Mr. Chandra Mauli Kumar (Additional General Manager, Tata Power Solar, Bengaluru).
Maj DP Singh, aka The Blade Runner, was in Leh, Ladakh on 7 July 2017, preparing for the Annual Kargil Memorial Marathon. We managed to grab a hold of him for a short interview, which managed to challenge common perceptions and left us in awe of his humble, yet confident demeanour.
The streets of Italy will not only take you around the center of the Italian Renaissance, but also take you on a journey spanning across the pages of the golden era of human history.
Since the release of their debut album ‘Khwaab’, the steady rise of the band has led them into spotlights across the country and the world. After an intense touring period, Aswekeepsearching return with their second album ‘Zia’. Read on to find more about India’s premiere post-rock outfit in our recent interview.
The Department of Computer Science & Engineering and the Department of Mathematics jointly conducted the 2nd National Workshop-cum-Conference “Computer Applications based on Modern Algebra”. The latest research work was presented in the invited sessions/short communication sessions of the conference.
The Rural India Project, or TRIP, aims to bring about realisation and social awareness through a profound exploration of the media map of the country. Their storytellers give voice to the villagers by ensuring that their narratives get the traction they deserve.
The eighth addition to our Travelogue series, Sikkim’s vales and valleys are given a voice as the writer takes us on a winding journey through the snow-capped mountains and lush green valleys, along a rickety highway.
In an opportunity to delve into the thoughts of one of Karnataka’s most well known LGBTQ+ rights activists, we’ve unearthed a trove of thoughtful insight into India’s growing queer rights movement, and what goes into making Bangalore’s Namma Pride tick.
Despite an estimated 1.8 billion millennials in today’s world, the Left continues to lose its grip as a serious contender in big-boy politics. What can Generation Y learn from the Right?