Lydia Manikonda – Seeking a Moral Compass in...

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Like millions of youngsters her age in India, IIT was the ultimate goal for Lydia. But goalposts have a strange way of shifting willy-nilly. For Lydia Manikonda, it was a chance comment by her brother’s lecturer that her AIEEE rank

Eat.Sleep.Code? Not Quite.

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While the International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad has a prevailing competitive coding culture, to ignore its non-geeky vibrant side would be missing the complete picture. Here’s an attempt to compile some of the non-academic activities that seem to be

‘Echo’es of IIITH in Seattle

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From a backbencher with a B.Tech in Computer Science from IIITH to the saddle of a principal engineer at Amazon, Seattle, IIITH alumnus Vikram Gundeti’s journey has been one of  opportunities turned into achievements. We sat down with Vikram to

Why Parents Need to be Equal Partners in Education...

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Every year, IIITH conducts a series of welcome sessions to help acclimatise students to their new environment and assure parents that their wards are in safe hands. Prof P J Narayanan shares what makes these sessions integral in conveying the ethos

When Life Is Service And Service Is Joy

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It is said that when valuable, long-time employees exit an organisation, they walk away with a wealth of information and experience, often making it very hard for their younger successors to fill in their shoes. Last month, when IIITH’s first

Values From A Virus

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It may have been a drop in the ocean but the International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad’s small contribution towards the migrant crisis during the pandemic has lessons for all. Here’s a look at the initiative from the student volunteer