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Issue 30


“My reason to join IIM wasn’t about getting a job; it was more about not missing out on the MBA experience. The thing about IIMs is their way of teaching is very different; plus, we also had the freedom to question our teachers. Although I did not take the placements, I did some summer training …

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How often have we wondered if the people with visual impairment could actually perceive the images we see. Well, the good news is that there is now a solution. Comprising of a portable stand, a tactile book and a mobile app – a ready to use solution is now available in the Indian markets. Ankita …

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After completing his graduation from a premier college in 2015, Prayag explored science and technology and worked with various start-ups in Bangalore for two years. But instead of following a regular corporate career path, he found his calling in the field of education. He was selected to take part in the SBI Youth for India …

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Here’s an exclusive conversation with Midhun Noble, founder of Insighte, a mental health homecare startup for the specially abled. Their model is to bring quality mental health solutions in the form of home care. A Bachelors in Psychology, Literature and Media from Christ University, Bangalore, Mithun also has five years of experience in the financial …

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22-year old Maneesh Sharma, a resident of Ambedkar Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh, grew up in the village of Jalalpur. Born to a father who worked as a farmer and cattle rearer, humility played an integral role in Maneesh’s upbringing. Since the time he was a primary school student, he wholeheartedly indulged himself in learning. …

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He was 21 at the time and the stirring revelation obliterated everything in way of his dreams and projections. But Kamal was not one to stay under the rubble. He was put on dialysis immediately. It was the first time he was dealing with something like this and there were immense complications. From Acupuncture, acupressure …

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In an attempt to do salutations to that entrepreneurial spirit, the students came up with the concept of Project Adhikaar. Rightfully, the project stands to provide Women what is rightfully​ ​theirs. In a society, that is massively imbalanced in terms of gender, this project might just tip the balance. E-rickshaws and e-bikes were the ideal …

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The canvas of Africa is wide, vibrant, and transcendent. The rich heritage it harbours and the thousands of cultures that germinated from it, rightly makes it the proverbial cradle of life. And today, innumerable artists and artisans are trying their best to transmit this culture onto a modern counter. Some get the audience they deserve, …

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