We keep tokens of memories not because we would forget those moments, but because those moments are beyond...
Back in 2013, a young computer engineer, with finest academic records approached Armstrong with an appeal of igniting the rocket...
“Today is difficult and tomorrow I knew was going to be worse but I was committed to do what I had opted for”
‘Where there is will, there is a sky full of opportunities that can shower success on you!’
This is what he believed in.
The watermelon trophy! On a scorching summer morning this aborigine (Bhil adivasi) boy stood before our founders...
He cried in the dark being written off to rear cattle. That’s the way rural folks treat dyslexia. He only saw jumbled letters and not a word.
Her boldest decision was to stand out of the crowd and take up Robotics as her career. She was doubted, her knowledge was questioned, she was ridiculed and she was ostracised.
His biggest challenge was to remain stable on his feet. Chronic vertigo had made his every step unpredictable. Social hostilities had worsened his ailment.
A young boy graduated as an ENTC engineer and started his career in the Automation department at Armstrong. Automation engineering is like an art of painting.