Interview with Prof. Srimanta Mandal


Question: How long have you been part of DAIICT and how has been your experience so far? Answer: One year is going to be over by the 4th of October. I joined on the 4th of October in 2018. So far, the experience is quite good. Question: What do you like about your work? Answer: Work culture is pretty good ... Read More »

UNCCD COP 14, New Delhi


We live in a world where desertification (i.e. land degradation in arid, semi-arid and sub-humid areas) affects one-sixth of the population, seventy per cent of all dry lands and one-fourth of the land resources on the planet. The land is, by far, one of the most precious as well as scarce resources on Earth with about 1.5 billion people directly ... Read More »

A Murder a Day, Keeps Boredom Away

A murder a day

Mystery shows, generally speaking, are an entertaining experience, especially if there are a few murders involved. However, as is the case with everything these days, we have one too many series out there. Repetitions have become, almost, unavoidable and after watching a few of these shows, you feel like you’ve seen them all. Which is why it is imperative that ... Read More »

Research Parks


In 2017, a research park was established in IIT Gandhinagar. At present, in India, there are research parks functional in four IITs – Bombay, Kharagpur, Madras, and Gandhinagar. The HRD ministry of India has planned to sponsor new and bolster existing parks by providing financial support. Despite being part of the scientific fraternity, many are completely alien to the concept ... Read More »

The Big 3 Rivalry and the GOAT Debate


1. Roger Federer • Grandslams:- 20 (1st in All-Time list) • ATP Masters 1000 Titles:- 28 (3rd in All-Time list) • Weeks at World Number 1:- 310 (1st in All-Time list) 2. Rafael Nadal • Grandslams:- 19 (2nd in All-Time list) • ATP Masters 1000 Titles:- 35 (1st in All-Time list) • Weeks at World Number 1:- 196 (6th in ... Read More »

Germany-Part II


Disclaimer: This is the second part of the two parts on my tour in Germany. The first part comprises of Stuttgart and Berlin which is available in the 88th edition of Entelechy. Here I’ll be talking about Tubingen, Nagold and Bregenzerwald. Tübingen. Tubingen is the place that will always remain closest to my heart. It is by far the most ... Read More »

In Conversation With Prof. Sanjay Srivastava


Q. How has your journey with Entelechy been so far? A. That is a very long question. I think I should answer that at the end.   Q. In your opinion, how has the magazine been doing recently? What are your views on the 75th edition and the other initiatives taken up like the ESSK(Every Student Should Know), SBG Profiling ... Read More »