From A to Z– Aklant Das

Another scintillating performance by the crew, bunch of amateurs, bold enough to revamp old and legendary plays with contemporary touch. ‘Bewitching’ is the name they go by, performing in New York,the cultural capital of the world. Consist of artists from different ethnicities,recruited by the play writer and director Dr....

A Tale of Sunderbans – Surabhi Verma

We are living in a barren land, Which was once filled with gold. Now let me tell you a story, Which was left untold. There lived a woodcutter in the forest of Sunderbans, And he was a hundred years old. He lived in a cottage made of wood, And...

The white peak touching clouds -Shubhi Vashistha

Recovered paradise for all mankind-John KeatsThe path will be tough,there will be a lot of curves.look around, the story of people,some defeated and other unrecalled.the faces were torn out.Sometimes I doubt,It tells about the wounds of yesterday.Writing about your day,the words, the emotions, the smile you delivered.they believe repentance...

72 YEARS AND INDIA’S STATE OF AFFAIRS Farzeen Khan

26th January, a day that is brushed aside as a mere holiday, holds more importance than we all think. It commemorates the enforcement of our constitution and marks the beginning of freedom to rule ourselves, to be a democracy. On this day, the Government of India Act 1935 was...

Rebirth-Akanksha Hundoo

Never say never, Because things won’t be the same forever, If there is sadness, There will be a time when this moment will hurt less As the day goes by, the night comes up Since you have been struggling for so long, don’t just give up, Follow your dreams,...

A sonnet By Prasenjit Sen

We all came to SCIT from nooks and corner, far and wide Entry to this premier institute filled us with boundless pride.    The romantic Poona rains cooled our tired mind The rain soaked yonder hills appear a surreal kind . Guidance of the seniors , invaluable tips to clear...

India and its obsession with witch hunt. by Shaji Joseph

Years ago, as a student in Mumbai, I visited a village near Palghar as part of our SSL (Social Service League) activity. There I first heard of the concept of witch hunt which I later studied as part of my sociology lectures in college. The villagers were talking of...

The Keys-Soumya Singh

I stood under a streetlight on the Abbey lane, and watched you striding away. I knew I would not be able to hold you back, and my feelings couldn’t convey. I held a souvenir that you gave me on our first anniversary, and you broke it into pieces. I...

Candid Interview with the alumnus of the batch 2014-16: Pratik Deshpande

Can you briefly describe your career journey? It has been a topsy-turvy ride so far. That’s how consulting is by nature, dynamic and that’s what excites me as well about my job. The constant battle with challenges that each project brings with it and many times you are driving...