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Shriram Pydimarri

Decision Making

Decision Making – An individual perspective      How often do we find ourselves doubtful in the decisions we take? I, for sure can’t speak for everyone but I feel the lack of conviction in many choices I make. We make… Continue Reading →

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The Ocean called Microsoft

I was fortunate enough to visit Microsoft’s Redmond Headquarters during my stay in Seattle. The campus spans over 8 million square feet, providing an office space of 30,000 – 40,000 . Here’s an aerial view of the campus at One Microsoft Way, Redmond. But that’s… Continue Reading →

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Are We Living or Existing?

“To live is the greatest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all” – Oscar Wilde When in graduating year, you hear one question the most,  “How were these four years in college?  “. It is not hard… Continue Reading →

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Overcome Stage Fright

What most companies look for in students is the ability to communicate without fear and anxiety and reciprocate what has been learnt. Has it ever occurred to you why few students tend to become nervous when they are asked to… Continue Reading →

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The Big Short

This is a story of four people who have foreseen the 2008 economic crisis in United States. Eight years ago, subprime mortgage crisis required U.S. Federal Reserve to purchase $700 billion worth distressed assets to bail out most of the banks. The Big Short… Continue Reading →

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5 Things we demand from the GHMC Elections

“Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.” –  Robert Byrne Most of us are unaware of the duties of our nominees who stand up in an election. Truth is we don’t have to know them… Continue Reading →

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Persuasion vs. Conviction

Inside room 101, in the building of the Ministry of  Love, O’brien converses with a medic before they begin their treatment, or thought-correction one ought to say, to Winston Smith who is found guilty of thoughtcrime.  O’Brien: What’s two plus… Continue Reading →

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Think. Integrate. Evolve.

This time around, the team has marvelously shared the load of work despite stringent schedules.  Breaking tasks into sub tasks enabled us to meet our deadlines in a more effective way. While the senior team were busy with the book… Continue Reading →

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Significance of Superstition

A black cat crossed a man’s path. As he wondered what it could mean, he forgot where he was headed to. Cursing the black cat, he goes back where he came from. The only significance behind superstitions is that they… Continue Reading →

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The Men’s Fashion Dilemma

Men’s fashion needs to reflect creativity in masculinity and therein is the first of the pitches dug. It’s an endless list if one has to remember various solutions to answer the question of men’s fashion, so I figured if I… Continue Reading →

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The Man Who Ignited Many Minds

Great individuals may depart this world, but their vision will never depart with them! Our tribute doesn’t lie in how much we mourn their death, but in how far we take their dream with us. Because when great people die,… Continue Reading →

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From The Editor

The previous month in KMIT was full of co-curricular activities with students actively participating and showcasing their talents. Debates, Story telling, Product launch competitions were held and students enthusiastically participated. Improvising communication skills and reasoning abilities was the driving force for… Continue Reading →

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Whiplash

Caution : This movie isn’t for stereotypes! Whiplash tells the story of a hard working teenager, Andrew Neiman, who is passionate about being a jazz drummer. He trains at a city band school, whose instructor, Terence Fletcher(J.K.Simmons), is as abusive… Continue Reading →

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Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

 These lines from the first still reveal the underlying basis of the movie. Birdman is a story of an ageing Hollywood actor, Riggan Thompson (Michael Keaton), who wants to revive his fading career by doing a Broadway Production, and in the… Continue Reading →

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Room Temperature using LM 35 sensor & Arduino

What is home automation? What is the internet of things? Basically, if any electrical appliance at your place starts working on its own whenever required, without any physical human prompt, then that is called home automation. Imagine a situation where the… Continue Reading →

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Net Neutrality

Internet is a global system of interconnected networks that connects billions of devices, both wired and wireless, enabling billions of people across the world. The internet is so huge and so powerful that it its utility is unique to each… Continue Reading →

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Procrastination!

Don’t we all just love to put things off till tomorrow?

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Music Timer using IC 555

We all love music! It was always a fantasy to see how piano and musical keyboards work.That’s how we set out to do a basic music instrument using IC 555 timer chip. To  make this instrument, we require some basic components… Continue Reading →

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PART- II: BEYOND THE MIND

Inspired by Fictional character : Tyler Durden, FightClub (1996 novel by Chuck Palahniuk), (Portrayed by Brad Pitt, FightClub , 1999 film).. …………………………………………………………………………. *Tyler interrupts and thrusts the gun at point blank range* Tyler: “Would you rather be dead??” Raymond: “No…… Continue Reading →

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Part – I : Chaos

  Inspired by Fictional character : Tyler Durden, FightClub (1996 novel by Chuck Palahniuk), (Portrayed by Brad Pitt, FightClub , 1999 film).. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… *At 9 o’clock in the evening, in the backyard of a local convenience store, Tyler Durden drags… Continue Reading →

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