An Excerpt on World Mental Health Day – S Sahana

“Hey, it’s me… Do you not recognize me? I am you; I am your mind. Are you confused as to why I am talking to you now? It is because I have something to say… Something important to both you and me. You see, we are inseparable. We have stuck together through it all, the […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

International Day of Sign Languages – Megha Vyas

‘Sign language is a dance with words, to be enjoyed from Babyhood through Childhood to Adulthood.’ ~ Marilyn Daniels As beautifully quoted here, sign languages are a system of communication which uses visual gestures and signs, used when spoken communication is impossible or not desirable. We humans have been communicating with the help of signs […]

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Poetry Team Reflections

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 just a ragged blanket was all […]

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Students Team Reflections


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 scrapped and the Constitution of India, […]

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Poetry Uncategorized

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 and pass Whispers on  ‘good  faculty’ […]

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Poetry Team Reflections

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 wanted to take you to your […]

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Alumni Events/ Activities

Grand Alumni Meet at SCIT by Akash Sagar and Shreya Koley

On the 3rd of August 2019, this was the date that many alumni of SCIT had note down on their calendars and was eagerly waiting for, why you ask? Because it was the day, they were going to be visiting their alma mater once again. This time, however, things were different it was not just […]

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Miscellaneous Technology Uncategorized

Is Apple still an powerhouse for innovation?

Edited By – Akash Goel   Is Apple still a creative, solid contender or is it turning into a specialty player compared to Android and Windows? – a question that I came across during the recent cramming sessions. There is by all accounts a common feeling that something is out of order at Apple. The […]

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Leisure Miscellaneous

The Law of Attraction – By Runali

There was this famous dialogue in the movie ‘OM SHANTI OM’, “Kehte hain ki …… Agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaaho to puri kayanat usey tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai.” When someone comes across this dialogue for the first time, it would seem like just another fancy dialogue in the movie. […]

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Business Food & Travel

Breaking The Legacy: Union & Railway Budget Merger — By Divya

Edited By – Akash Goel   During British era, the Railway Budget was part of the General Budget initially. Based on the recommendation of Acworth Committee, the Rail Budget was separated from the union budget in 1924 and this system was followed till now. But the Government has decided to merge Rail Budget with the Union […]

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