Leisure Miscellaneous

Increasing Population: Boon or Burden – Vaishnavi Musunuri

For many, an increase in population means a decrease in resources, land, and employment. But a few argue that population increase can be a boon for a country to develop its economy. This is where the concept of demographic dividend comes in. The United Nations Population fund defines Demographic Dividend as “the economic growth potential […]

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Books Business

Decoding Market Mind Games – Mayank Yadav

In 2020, the Covid19 pandemic gave many Gen Z people and Millennials exposure to the intense market crash. The market crash of March 20 attracted many new first-time traders and investors. According to the data from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the number of new Demat accounts being opened during April 2020 […]

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Books Miscellaneous

World Book Day – Gautam Gogoi

“One glance at a book, and you hear another person’s voice, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time.” Carl Sagan The developed and fast-paced world of today, with all its development, technology, and prosperity, could not ever be imagined without the existence of books. Even one of the greatest […]

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Alumni Sports

Shane Warne: The Pied Piper of Cricket – Pratik Deshpande

Fourth march will go down as one of my darkest days as a cricket aficionado. My mind is still not able to digest the fact that the world’s greatest leg-spinner is no more. “It is Shane Warne, he is supposed to be invincible. How can he disappear in a whisker?”, the heart-wrenched mind kept talking […]

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Leisure Sports

Thirst for Gold – India in Tokyo Olympics 2020 – Gautam Gogoi

Reflectionist Gautam Gogoi (MBA ITBM Batch 2021-2023) “The road to the Olympics leads to no city, no country. It goes far beyond New York or Moscow, ancient Greece or Nazi Germany. The road to the Olympics leads – in the end – to the best within us.” -Jesse Owens This expresses the truest essence of […]

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Depicting Simplicity through My Lens – Heston D’Silva

Edited by- Suraj Kumar Shrivastava Heston D’Silva (ITBM 2021-2023) Photography is about capturing not only the BEAUTY but also the TRUTH that needs to be expressed and the FEELINGS that it should elicit. It is as Sir Donald McCullin says: “If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at […]

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Alumni Books Candid Conversations Leisure

Book: Bull’s Eye Leadership – Alumni Pratik Deshpande

There are many chapters of success at SCIT, and one is from the Batch 2014-2016. A proud moment for SCIT. One of our alumni, Mr. Pratik Deshpande from the 2014-2016 batch will be publishing his third book: Bull’s Eye Leadership on 15th August. The Alumni has been part of KPMG India for 4 years, right […]

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Events/ Activities Sports

Independence Cup 2019 by Akash Sagar

The Independence Cup is a sports tournament that is held every year in SCIT spanning approximately 12 days, in the first week of August and culminates on 15th August. A wide array of sports are played every year; in fact, you will be hard-pressed to find a sport that is not included in the line-up. […]

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Leisure Miscellaneous

Letting Go by Soumya V Ganesh

When it comes to writing something and making memories, it always stays as an unfulfilled dream to me. I can hardly remember how long it has been since I wrote something worthwhile. Now that life at SCIT is coming to a close, I may have something more to say to everyone here. Going through some […]

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Movies/ TV Shows

The conspiracy behind Politics led movies by Mohini Madhur

Two films on two political leaders and a lot of controversies – Thakrey and Accidental PM -movies seem to be the brand new flavour of the campaign for the approaching Lok Sabha elections. To preface this text, I must admit that I actually have deeply rooted political opinions. Unfortunately, I have trouble biting my tongue […]

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