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Umesh Malhotra – Igniting minds with books

Umesh Malhotra (BTech, MM/1990) is the founder of Hippocampus which is a network of libraries and schools that is attempting to change the face of rural education in India. He is an entrepreneur, a philanthropist and a Godavite at heart…. Continue Reading →

“Placements are like a Cricket test match” says Vaibhav Agarwal

  Vaibhav Agarwal is a 2014 Batch Computer Science Engineer of Godavari Hostel. A food maniac, ardent lover of Friends, he was one of the few people who you could find every evening without fail in the Godav quadi. A… Continue Reading →

Placement Guru : ‘Discover’ing Vodafone

Avinash ‘Expiry’ Abhishek is a 2014 Batch Electrical Engineer currently working as Technology Trainee at Vodafone India. This is how he describes himself: “I am a fitness freak, techno maniac and an appreciator of minimalistic design.” Avinash was the Design… Continue Reading →

“My work is an advanced level of Shaastra/Saarang coreship”, says Saptarshi Prakash

  Saptarshi Prakash in his own words is  “a tireless seeker of knowledge, techno-maniac, ardent appreciator of minimalism, occasional purveyor of wisdom and an Electrical Engineer”. He was the Design Core of  Shaastra 2012 and Mitr Core Member from 2013-14. Saptarshi ‘Fingers’… Continue Reading →

Why Employers Should Stop Seeking Formal Credentials

  For the past two decades, cost of college education has skyrocketed, going up much faster than inflation or incomes. Common consensus is that the higher education system must fix itself. There is a workable alternative: employers should stop requiring… Continue Reading →

“The world is becoming analytical”, says Stanford Professor Harikesh Nair

Harikesh Nair tagged one of the “Best 40 under 40″ B-School Professors in the World is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB). He obtained his B.Tech in Civil Engineering in 1998 from IIT Madras

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