One year ago, during my second semester, I submitted a rather fascinating article on fingerprints and the chemicals involved in their identification. I remember distinctly how random and spur of the moment that article was. I was fetching tea one evening at SPS hostel when I stumbled upon a poster from my own department. Inspired … Continue reading Editor-in-chief of ChemUnique
I'm finally nineteen.The birthday was unique in many many ways! Firstly, there were no pesky, meaningless messages on Facebook because I had hidden my date of birth on my profile. Second;y, it was the first time anyone bothered to call me at 12 AM. Thirdly, my mom sent me a message at 12 AM wishing … Continue reading Last year of my teens!
The first issue of the fourth volume of ChemUnique, the in-house chemical engineering magazine, has been released. It was released on the 28th of July at the inaugural function of the IIChE chapter for the academic year 2015-16.It was an amazing experience - working with seniors and my classmates alike. I have learnt more than … Continue reading Magazine Published!
Last year, I submitted an article about Fingerprints and the methods employed to examine them in ChemUnique the in-house magazine of the Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) Student Chapter at SASTRA. It was published in the final issue of last year. I was pleased. But I had made up my mind then, that I … Continue reading Editor at Chemunique
After hearing the phrase "you'll read about it at your department" for about a month at CLRI, I've finally reached that golden place!I'm now a second year student, a real chemical engineer in the making. I enter with my GPA at 8.5, it shot up by 0.9 over the second semester - an unexpected and … Continue reading The Chemical Department
It has been an amazing one month at CLRI. I've learnt more than I ever hoped to. The knowledge I have gained is not limited to chemical engineering or process design, I have learnt much about how scientists work, about what it actually means to be a scientist. I could see the workplace ethics they … Continue reading My last day at CLRI