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Don’t Panic…

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy,is not just one of those books you read… Its one of those books that you fall in love with,get obsessed with,repeat all the arguments in your head,thoroughly masticate and digest every idea in the… Continue Reading →

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Book yourself before you bore yourself…

Reserve the quietest reading nook in your house people because the KMIT book club is in town. We’ve got classics like Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy for the science fiction afficionados out there. To Kill A Mockingbird for the social… Continue Reading →

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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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Designer Diyas

The ‘festival of lights’ spiritually signifying light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Diwali is one of the favourite festivals celebrated in the country. It is a full- 5 day package of cleaning, renovating… Continue Reading →

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For the common love we have, The Love for Food!

What’s any festival without Food? You can hate food, you can hate eating but you cannot hate sweets! So, this Diwali there are a few specially picked sweets which are a treat to your taste buds, literally! Name         : Kaju Chaco… Continue Reading →

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DIWALI : A BLEND OF DEVOTION AND CELEBRATION

If there’s one place that knows how to celebrate a festival, it’s India. From Grand city events to simple village ‘melas’ , India’s festival calendar is rich and diverse as its tradition and topography. Diwali entails religious and regional variations… Continue Reading →

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Roman Holiday

William Wyler’s 1953 classic “The Roman holiday”comes as a pleasant delight for people who have a fetish for rom-com movies. Roman holiday exudes an adorable romance between a princess (Audrey Hepburn) and a press correspondent Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) in… Continue Reading →

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Festive Fashion

Now that the Diwali season is finally here and so are the celebrations and parties of the season, it’s time for you to be in your ethnic best and make a few heads turn. Here are a few tips that… Continue Reading →

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OS X Yosemite : The Cycle is Complete

Back in June 2014, Apple announced OS X Yosemite, a powerful new version of OS X redesigned and refined with a fresh, modern look, powerful new apps and amazing new continuity features that make working across your Mac and iOS… Continue Reading →

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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

The Bronte sisters were the first of all female writers paving their own path… Virginia Woolf has aptly captured in her essay ” A room of one’s own” that the mindset of men and women are completely different and that we… Continue Reading →

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Neil Gogte’s Message

It is very heartening to note that we are creating a magazine for the KMIT students. I hope that this initiative will continue forever. At the outset , I would like to wish all the students a Happy Deepavali. In… Continue Reading →

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15 things every KMITian can relate to!

Keshav Memorial Institute of technology what we fondly call KMIT, in all its glory is loved by all of us. No matter how unsure you are of it in the beginning, it will show you reasons why you were wrong…. Continue Reading →

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Class Apart

Welcome to kMITRA, a monthly online magazine about all things KMIT and beyond. Far from being a regular college among many, KMIT has carved a niche for itself. As its students, we wanted to contribute to it while creating a… Continue Reading →

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