GRIET Reflections

Sunday, 07 February 2016 by

“Reflection” is the magazine,published by the GRIET once in every academic year. Articles short stories and other scholarly writings (prose or poetry)

It’s Never The End Of The World

Tuesday, 05 August 2014 by

Failure is something that every human being experiences in their lifetime. But how many of us know how to deal with it? The first thing most of us do when we encounter failure is go into a state of denial. Questions ranging from “How could I possibly go wrong?” to “Why is this happening to

GRIET unites for a cause

Sunday, 03 August 2014 by

The GRIET NSS team is organized a “WALK FOR A CAUSE” event in coordination with Street Cause team on the 31st of July, 2014. The walk was from Kolan Raghavendra Reddy Function Hall to the GRIET campus, covering a distance of 2.5km.   Aimed at promoting fitness, more than 600 students consisting of Students, faculty

Human?? Yes! Humanity?

Sunday, 03 August 2014 by

Well Hi peeps!! I’m Shreya, pursuing my Civil Engineering second year. Okay so, I would end my intro with that. Like any other typical girl, I wish to buy cool stuff, get pampered, be my friend’s first choice and travel to NY just to shop! I feel really blessed because my mom and dad have

Evolution of Technology

Sunday, 03 August 2014 by

Life is incomplete without technology and a mobile phone is just one of the many manifestations of technology. Like a Swiss Penknife, this device has multiple uses, such as calling, messaging, clicking pictures, weather forecast, etc. As technology progresses, these devices become smaller and smaller, adding multiple features into one small device. It all begin

  It’s a simple question – Do we really do what we are actually interested in? Some are not aware of their talent; most don’t even know their interests. Our youth just blindly follows current trends and students don’t choose their career according to their interest. So many real life situations qualify that fact. For

Arundhati Roy weaves a poignant story about the loss of innocence and the far-reaching devastation caused in the aftermath of one tragic event. She examines every character with genuine warmth, their motivations, insecurities and most importantly, their unfulfilled dreams, the definitive universal human tragedy. The story unfolds the lives of people in Kerala who are

A Rainy Day In GRIET

Monday, 28 July 2014 by

A monotonous Monday morning turned picturesque as the weather in Hyderabad took a turn to something cold,chilly and appealing. The rushes of the wind on your face, the smell of rain when it hits the lushy grass, the beautiful trees around; especially the flowery ones made for a Kodak-moment!. As the day passed, the winds

  A student at university was required to describe how to determine the height of a skyscraper with help of barometer. The student replied, “Tie a long piece of string to the neck of the barometer and lower the barometer from the roof of the skyscraper to the ground. The length of the string plus

Every year, hundreds of engineering students from across Hyderabad visit Shimla-Manali as part of an anticipated educational tour. Being an Engineering student myself, when I first heard the news, the thought that struck me was – It could have been anyone! Knowing the college and having friends from there who could have been in the