a student town so rich and vibrant in culture that it’s like living in a world of its own.
A town so small, yet so vast that it has everything a student would need to survive thrive.
It is not just a town though, it’s a feeling, an emotion, a … Continue Reading
“My only mistake was that I was a doctor.”
June 10, 2019
West Bengal, India
A regular day for a medical intern comprises assisting operations, monitoring vitals and filing endless paperwork. Dr. Paribaha Mukhopadhyay and Dr. Yash Tekwani, two interns at NRS Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata, probably left … Continue Reading
The German-speaking Jewish writer Franz Kafka is a widely recognized figure of 20th-century literature.
One of the first of the modernist movement.
Franz Kafka, based in Prague, penned three major novels and a plethora of remarkable short stories in his abled stillness. The creative seclusion was one that … Continue Reading
Who was Franz?
Leading to and sensitized by the devastating manslaughter and political conundrum that marred human goodwill in World War 1 arose a deviation from formulaic concoctions of the safe and trend-affirming overtly poetic literature.
It brooded a change in self-reflection and a stream of consciousness which was translated … Continue Reading
“Can Money buy happiness?” The decades-old question has always been a hot-topic, but in today’s world, the debate is more sizzling than ever before.
My artsy friend’s Instagram is dedicated to proving that, no, money has no bearing on happiness; while my finance bro’s … Continue Reading
Here we have the second part of a recent article where we review the different points to keep in mind while considering different countries for masters and doctoral education. Even though the articles are independent, it would be great for your understanding if later you check out the previous article … Continue Reading
So you sit together, one last time. The night sky seems a little darker, you don’t feel like eating and it hits you, this is the last time you’ll probably see them before life takes you both on your own individual journeys. They’ll leave and you’re still here, in this … Continue Reading
As an Indian undergraduate student, the destination for university education, whether postgraduate or Ph.D., is a worrisome, troublesome and confounding decision for many. This article is dedicated to exploring the current patterns and situations from a country-wise perspective with some points to remember while figuring out your best match.
We … Continue Reading