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The Indian Express: IIT-B student survey – 76% female, 63% male students say ‘casual sexism’ exists

The Indian Express picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Gender (In)equality’ in our Flagship Print Issue 18.1. You can read the whole article on page 7 of their issue dated 4th November, 2015.  
Clarifications on Hindustan Times coverage of Senior Survey

Hindustan Times covered our Senior Survey recently. You can view the article here, or see the snippet below. For the benefit of readers, we’d like to post clarifications on some potentially misleading statements in the article: 1.”More than half (56.7%) final year students of Indian Institute... 
The Times of India: 1 in four IIT-B grads wants to be entrepreneur 5 yrs down the line

The Times of India picked up findings from our senior survey of the Class of 2014. You can read the whole article on page 4 of their issue dated 22nd September, 2015. The analysis and detailed results of the survey can be found here: http://gymkhana.iitb.ac.in/~insight/senior-survey/  
Hindustan Times: Students to probe causes of shrinking green cover at IIT-B

Hindustan Times picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Concrete Jungle’ in our Flagship Print Issue – 17.2. You can read the whole article on page 8 of their issue dated 30th January 2015.  
Times of India: ‘Current placement system to blame for IIT grads’ burnout’

The Times of India picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Post Placement Dilemma’ in our Flagship Print Issue – 17.2. You can read the whole article on page 8 of their issue dated 30th January 2015.  
Times of India: Construction work eroding green cover

The Times of India picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Concrete Jungle’ in our Flagship Print Issue – 17.2. You can read the whole article on page 8 of their issue dated 30th January 2015.  
Times of India: 50% job changers had issues with Placement Process

Yesterday, the Times of India picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Post Placement Dilemma’ in our Flagship Print Issue – 17.2. You can read the whole article on pages 1 and 2 of their issue dated 29th January 2015.  
Mirror: A third of IITB Alumni quit three years after Placement

Yesterday, Mumbai Mirror picked up the data we released as part of the article titled ‘Post Placement Dilemma’ in our Flagship Print Issue – 17.2. You can read the whole article on the 4th page of their issue dated 29th January 2015.  
HT: 6.6% of IITB is gay, bisexual or ‘unsure’

Yesterday, Hindustan Times picked up the data we released from the Senior Survey. You can read the whole article on the 4th page of their issue dated 20th May 2014. We are currently in the process of analysing and illustrating all the data that we’ve received. Stay tuned for when all results are... 
Heterophobia

6.6% of the 2014 batch of IIT Bombay identify themselves as gay, bisexual or unsure, say the results of the Senior Survey Insight conducted last month. Today, on the occasion of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, let’s together vow to make our campus a more accepting... 
Re-tagging Window is now Open

Insight requests the students graduating this year to make use of the Re-Tagging Window before 15th May. For the detailed tagging rules, refer to the GPO mail sent by Dean AP.  
Indian Express – Category Students

Earlier this week, Indian Express picked up our Cover story from 16.3 to anchor their first page.  
IITB Votes

Insight, IIT Bombay requests you to vote for this year’s Lok Sabha Elections. Mumbai – 24th April.  
Valar Muggulis – Endsems are coming

Insight wishes you all the best for your Endsems! The Central Library shall remain open until 1 am, while LCC 01 and LCC 02 will be accessible between 9 pm and 6 am, in addition to MB Rooms – the keys for which may be issued between 10 pm and 4 am to satisfy all your mugging needs.