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Internship Update : Bangalore based Start-up is offering INR 1 Lakh to sleep

Internship Update : Bangalore based Start-up is offering INR 1 Lakh to sleep

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ, EDITORIAL, ENTERTAINMENT
A Bengaluru-based startup is offering an incredible Rs 1 lakh for interns to sleep for 9 hours for 100 days! Wakefit Innovations Pvt. Ltd. has come up with a "sleep internship" in order to monitor people's sleeping patterns. The company website even says that the dress code for the job is "pajamas". The sleep internship is an attempt to bring back focus on sleeping health and "is another step towards making sleep an integral part of maintaining work-life balance in our lives" Chaitanya Ramalingegowda, the director and co-founder of Wakefit, told Business Insider. Interns will be expected to sleep on the company-provided mattress for 9 hours for 100 days and 7 nights a week at home itself. Their sleeping pattern will be monitored using a sleep tracker before and after using th...
Six casino games that are easy to play

Six casino games that are easy to play

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL, ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS
Online casino games are new-fangled as well as the most popular mode of recreation along with making money. Gone are the days when there were a mere couple of online casino games. But now a wide range of games can be seen with new and captivating features giving the real pleasure of money-making and fun to the players. Viewers are always in search of best online casino games with 100% credibility as the online casino world is yet to prove its reliability. We advise players to look for authentic casinos while gambling your hard-earned money. At the same time, the casino should indulge in having more exciting games to be able to attract more and more players to their platform. The casino has come up with some of the mind-boggling games that assure to give electrifying experience to ...
Project Dream Library by Connecting Dreams Foundation, Shri Ram College of Commerce

Project Dream Library by Connecting Dreams Foundation, Shri Ram College of Commerce

CAMPUS BULETIN, COLLEGE BUZZ, EDITORIAL
"The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it." These words of Peter Pan resonates with you and me but what about the rest of us who don't have the privilege of reading? We know how the black and white pages fill our lives with color, but more than 70% of children are unknowingly walking towards a dark future as their options in life are limited and are covered with dismay. They are miles away from the bright light of knowledge. This huge gap between dreams and wisdom deepens as the lives of these children are forgotten in the humdrum of the 21st century.  To bridge this gap, the members of Connecting Dreams Foundation, Shri Ram College of Commerce have undertaken Project Dream Library. The project headed by Anisha Arora, Priya Tekriw...
DU Teachers Join Students’ protest against Upcoming Private Building in North Campus

DU Teachers Join Students’ protest against Upcoming Private Building in North Campus

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
Delhi University professors too have joined the ongoing indefinite hunger strike by students against the proposed construction of a 39-storey residential building in DU's North Campus. Professor Bipin Tiwari, a faculty member of the Department of Political Science, observed a day-long hunger strike along with the students on Tuesday.Prof Tiwari joined the agitating students a day after Professor Rasal Singh of Kirori Mal College participated in the hunger strike with them. Delhi University student Raja Choudhary has been on a hunger strike since Sunday. He has been joined in his protest by other students, including Pallavi Raj, Amisha Nanda, Nayan Yadav and Srishti Parihar. The students and teachers are opposed to the upcoming building in the North Campus, claiming that it is i...
After the fear of privatization in DU here comes another one conversationalist

After the fear of privatization in DU here comes another one conversationalist

CAMPUS BULETIN, EDITORIAL
During the convocation process this year Vice Chancellor of DU Yogesh Tyagi had announced appointment of 3000 guest lecturers.  Earlier guest lecturers were appointed in case of special requirements like when a teacher was on leave or any special topic to be taught.  Teachers and students are protesting against this decision as according to it this might lead to contractualisation.  As DU was unable to conduct interview session previous years even after inviting applications for lecturers and those vacancies need to be filled. So they came up with the plan of guest lecturers.  Rajesh Jha who is also an Executive Council member says such kind of rule is against 2007 EC resolution that stays if there is a vacancy for more than 4 months the post needs to be filled by ad hoc appoi
Delhi air pollution: AQI in ‘Poor’ category; Odd-Even rule suspended for 2 days

Delhi air pollution: AQI in ‘Poor’ category; Odd-Even rule suspended for 2 days

CAMPUS BULETIN, CAMPUS BUZZ, EDITORIAL
After a few days of good air, Delhi's air quality seems like plunging once again because the Pollution levels in the national capital remained in the 'poor' category on Monday morning. At 5 AM, Delhi's the air quality index (AQI) was recorded at 232, according to the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). Major pollutants PM 2.5 at 251 & PM 10 at 232, both in 'poor' category in Lodhi Road area, according to AQI data. An AQI between 201 and 300 is ''poor'', 301-400 ''very poor'' and 401-500 ''severe''. An AQI above 500 falls in the severe plus category. With the winter setting in, a dip in the minimum temperature makes the air cold and heavy leading to accumulation of pollutants close to the ground, the System for Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR) said. ...