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DTU Times interviewed Ajay Kumar Birla, Coordinator DTU Student Association, University School of Management and Entrepreneurship (USME), i.e. DTU East Campus.
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DTU Times interviewed Mr. Manoj K. Jha, IAS Gold Medalist (1989 Batch) and Mr. Ashutosh Pandey of GS Score IAS Coaching Institute, who were at DTU for an interactive session for the Civil Services aspirants.
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It’s finally that time of the year again. With the mid-winter comes the Literature and Film festival of DTU, Yuvaan. Bringing in a bouquet of competitions, talk-shows, movie screenings et al, Yuvaan is all set to leave you spellbound this January!
Read on as Mandeep Singh, 1st Year, COE writes about everything Yuvaan, Literature and Film Festival of DTU has to offer this year!
Picture Credits: Ankit Dutta
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With Yuvaan Literature and Film Festival (YLFF ’19) just around the corner, here are 10 important reasons why you cannot afford to miss it.
Compiled by: Anoushka Raj, 1st Year, ENE
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The even semester started with a bang last year, with the second edition of Yuvaan that was held on 18th and 19th January! This largest literary festival of North India saw a footfall of around 30,000 with literary enthusiasts from various colleges of Delhi and a few other states.
Read on as Akansha Gahlot, 2nd year EE, takes you for a walk down the memory lane and reminisce the very successful YLFF’18: An Elixir of Life!
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“In the massive ruins that surrounded him, he strived to fix as many things as he possibly could, some more than others.” Read on as Pratyush Jain, 3rd Year, IT describes the chaos of ruins.
Illustration Credits: http://conceptartworld.com/artists/thomas-scholes/
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