This article was written by Chetan (Batch of 2024), Jwalika (Batch of 2023) and Sreedharan (Batch of 2024). It is based on a survey circulated amongst the faculty about their experience teaching during COVID. We thank Prof. Saurabh for his inputs, comments, and the foreword and conclusion to this piece. Saurabh Bhattacharjee is an alumnus of NALSAR, Hyderabad and University of Michigan. Before joining, NLSIU, Saurabh taught at NLU Jodhpur and NUJS Kolkata. In his spare time,
This article has been written by TooCoolForQuirk, Catalyst, StillWingingIt, and SayMadArthi. The illustration is by Anonymous. This is Part III of Exploring the “Fault” Lines at NLSIU, a series on the student-admin relationship. This part explores how college functioned through COVID and its impact on the student-admin relationship. It also examines the reasons behind certain expectations of various stakeholders, and how we can possibly move forward and build better relations
This article has been written by TooCoolForQuirk, Catalyst, StillWingingIt, and SayMadArthi. The illustration is by Anonymous. In the past year we have had so many conversations about everything going wrong in this college – we have had General Body Meetings (GBMs), mess hall WhatsApp rants, Gyaan sessions, social media posts, and Quirk articles – it’s gotten ugly. More often than not, we end up expressing frustration and moving on. Recently, it has felt like we’re having th
This article has been written by Smriti Kalra (Batch of 2021) and Jwalika Balaji (Batch of 2023). The picture has been taken from Country Living’s website and edited by Pallavi Khatri (Batch of 2022). Once upon a time, long long ago, more than 500 of us studied an intensive course on a residential campus — in the midst of lush greenery and Nagarbhavi’s growing social scene, surrounded by the smell of strong Chetta coffee, constant banter, omnipresent PDA and several snakes.