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    The World and Its Many Challenges

    The Global Challenges course sheds light on the problems ailing our planet and the consequences they have on people in different regions and on the human race as a whole. It made me think about a range of issues such as liberty, human rights, women’s rights, nuclear energy, cyber technology and taxation. 
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    A Whole New World

    When an Indian Short Stories course was offered in the first year as an elective, I jumped at the chance to rediscover my passion for stories. When I signed up for the course, I expected that we would read different kinds of stories and discuss them. What I did not expect, however, was for it to change my entire perspective about stories.
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    Embedded Systems and Robotics

    Ever wondered how streetlights turn on automatically at dusk or what drives a digital watch? Although we encounter ‘embedded systems’ very regularly in our daily lives, we are seldom cognizant of their presence. When something is “electronic”, “digital” or “smart”, embedded systems are behind it. 
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    Learning to think critically

    The Critical Thinking course has helped me a great deal in making informed decisions. In this age of information overload, it is hard not to fall prey to misinformation. This course has led me to pause, to take a step back, and gather perspective before arriving at a decision. 
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    Of Liberty, Power, and Right — the ideologies we hold dear

    Liberty, Power, and Right (LPR) was offered as an elective in the second semester of the first year. When I signed up for it little did I know that it was a lesson in history and the evolution of some of our beliefs.
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    Why study environmental regulations?

    The online classroom scenario has made it possible for students to get access to education from all corners of the world, and to understand the range of their curriculum in a truly holistic manner.

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    The World and Its Many Challenges

    The Global Challenges course sheds light on the problems ailing our planet and the consequences they have on people in different regions and on the human race as a whole. It made me think about a range of issues such as liberty, human rights, women’s rights, nuclear energy, cyber technology and taxation. 
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    A Whole New World

    When an Indian Short Stories course was offered in the first year as an elective, I jumped at the chance to rediscover my passion for stories. When I signed up for the course, I expected that we would read different kinds of stories and discuss them. What I did not expect, however, was for it to change my entire perspective about stories.
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    Embedded Systems and Robotics

    Ever wondered how streetlights turn on automatically at dusk or what drives a digital watch? Although we encounter ‘embedded systems’ very regularly in our daily lives, we are seldom cognizant of their presence. When something is “electronic”, “digital” or “smart”, embedded systems are behind it. 
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    Learning to think critically

    The Critical Thinking course has helped me a great deal in making informed decisions. In this age of information overload, it is hard not to fall prey to misinformation. This course has led me to pause, to take a step back, and gather perspective before arriving at a decision. 
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    Of Liberty, Power, and Right — the ideologies we hold dear

    Liberty, Power, and Right (LPR) was offered as an elective in the second semester of the first year. When I signed up for it little did I know that it was a lesson in history and the evolution of some of our beliefs.
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    Why study environmental regulations?

    The online classroom scenario has made it possible for students to get access to education from all corners of the world, and to understand the range of their curriculum in a truly holistic manner.

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