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Why I Chose CSE as my career path?

In my family, my parents are both engineers. So I grew up with a strong interest in computer programmes. Programmers through repeated innovation make their own ideal programmes finally. I think it’s a very accomplished thing. I also dream that one day I can make my own perfect programmes. So, beginning in elementary school, I usually read software websites and started to practice computer keyboard input. I know it is

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Why I Chose to Pursue Mechanical Engineering

I chose to study Mechanical Engineering because; they say it is the mother of all engineering. Be it electrical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, without mechanical engineering all of these branches of engineering are useless. Our daily life is almost impossible to live without components that are made up of mechanical part. The pencil we use is been operated by the help of a simple mechanical design. All of these

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The Sweet Taste

  At G D Goenka University, it is our endeavour to expose the students to myriad experiences and on-the-job learning. The pedagogy ensures that students are not just occupied in classroom learning but get a broader perspective through visits, outings, participation in events and observation of important happenings. Here is one such student, Shrey Kulshreshta, reporting on an event he attended: The Trade Promotion Office of the Italian Embassy organized

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Brunch at K3

On a lazy Sunday afternoon,when I wake up, the first thing that comes to my mind is “Where is the brunch today!” for me, Sunday is a family day that starts with going out and experimenting with the most talked about places for brunches in town. This Sunday too was one of those usual Sundays when we decided to go to K3 coffee shop at JW Marriot in Aerocity. As

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Café Delhi Heights

The moment you read ‘Café Delhi Heights’ one thing that pops in your mind is that it truly does represent Delhi’s Desi spirit. Delhi being the capital of India is home to many cultures, traditions, tastes and dialects, which are summed up in Café Delhi Heights. Vikrant Batra, the owner in his interview very well said that food fades, content doesn’t. He is a lifestyle entrepreneur and a chef. He

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Learning with the Maestro

On the occasion of Le Cordon Bleu’s 120th birthday, students of G D Goenka School of Hospitality were introduced to Pâtisserie Master Chef Nicolas Houchet, who conducted a demonstration class along with Chef Katerina Garwood. The recipe for the day was the Choux Crumble Chocolat et Caramel Salé. As much as I love baking cakes, there’s something immensely satisfying about making patisserie classics. Moreover, being a crazy chocolate and caramel

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Book Review : Medea

Some stories make you laugh, some make you cry and there are some, which make you think. And Euripides’s “Medea” made me ponder on just about everything, from mythical dragons and golden fleeces to an all consuming hunger for revenge, it has it all and much more. “Medea” is an eye opening and inspiring piece of literature that truthfully captures the oppression of women in the earlier times, an issue

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Joy of Baking

My interest in baking can be traced back to my childhood days, when I used to love helping my mother in the kitchen by mixing cake batter for her, sneaking chunks of cookie dough (to eat raw!) and by generally making a huge mess in the kitchen. Somewhere along the way, I fell in love with flour, sugar, eggs and butter and how simple ingredients like these could make something

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Getting to Know Ms. Fresher – Pavani Bharadwaj

It’s been a few days since the Freshers’ Party was held, and I feel like it’s still lingering in our hearts. The masquerade-themed party of gold, black and red was a great success. Upon entering the hall, we were greeted by gorgeous masks and decorations all thanks to the SOAP and SOHSS faculty members and volunteers. Chairs were set up to allow a comfortable viewing of the event, and there

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Breathe

“Attachment to the external always suffocates inner peace.” This is a quote by Bryant McGill. Technology is advancing at an incredible speed. Communication is easier. People can connect with each other in a matter of seconds, no matter where they are in the world. There are apps for free voice and video calls to different countries. Time and space has no limitations. Here are no boundaries. You are connected to every

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