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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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“My life is an open book”- An Interview with JP

Nagabhairava Jaya Prakash Narayana , (born 14 January 1956), also known as J.P, is an Indian politician. A former Physician, J.P. is a political reformer and columnist. He is the founder and the President of Lok Satta Party, and was… Continue Reading →

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The Red Traffic Signal

With five minutes till the main gates close The red signal stupefied my vehicle. I froze On the spot. That’s it. I’m late. Oh, the woes Of being tardy. Ah, these phases of morose. I look around and notice nice,… Continue Reading →

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Where and How did I learn Python and Django?

tl;dr: It’s about the complete story of my life at KMIT and Django. Where did I use it, How did I learn? Go to the last heading to get the resources. My Guru – Jayant Kirtane Recently, My Python Guru(Jayant… Continue Reading →

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New pizza boy’s in the town

http://i.imgur.com/pYFypfss.jpg For all those people who are bored of the same old Dominos, Pizza hut or Pizza Corner, located opposite Telugu Academy, Himyath Nagar,  Sam’s Pizza will refresh your taste buds. The way they welcome their customers is different from… Continue Reading →

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BACK TO COLLEGE OOTD!

“What should I wear?” I am sure most of us are haunted by this question.When we are in college we are really start to develop a fresh wardrobe that will get us through  four years. And since we finally got… Continue Reading →

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OF MICE AND MEN

Ok, let me put it this way! I consider myself lucky to read this book –  “Of Mice and Men” a notable work of John Steinbeck, a Noble Prize winner. Published in the year 1937, the book is one of… Continue Reading →

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OBAMA’S VISIT TO INDIA

Following President Obama’s visit to India, it is time to understand what this historic visit means, for India, for the U.S., and more importantly for the people of both countries. As a departure from protocol, PM Modi went to the… Continue Reading →

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The perks of being a wallflower is a deep novel written by American author Stephen Chobsky ,which is all about the teenage roller coaster ride. Fifteen year old Charlie is the main character of the story who is sensitive and… Continue Reading →

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Saanjh-e-KMIT 2015

The sudden increase in number of college activities has Kmitians positively brimming with excitement… With three events in a span of a week you could feel the college alive with people bustling out of classes to get where they want… Continue Reading →

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Dosa Addas

Food and students, they just team up so well! Who can say NO to have a Paneer dosa or Butter Dosa before coming to the college? Butter Cheese Dosa, 70mm Dosa, Paneer Dosa, Masala cheese Dosa, Malai Dosa, Butter Masala Dosa, whatever… Continue Reading →

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Top Fads Among Youth These Days

1. Using the word ‘chutzpah’  like it’s legit 2. Claiming themselves to be avid book readers, even though they have only read books by authors such as Chetan Bhagat and Amish Tripathi. 3. Hookah or any smoke for that matter even… Continue Reading →

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Basketball Tournament 2k15

Sports are very important in our lives. They say it can make life happy and relaxing. How is something physically tiring and mentally challenging called relaxing? Well, a lot of factors add up in a life of a sports person…. Continue Reading →

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