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Kartavya. Courtesy: NIT Jamshedpur


raj alakshendra said…
proud of our juniors ....
infact i had met one of this kartavya guy in market longtime back ...
it has come a long way ...

can wall-mag help them in anyways ???
Great initiative by the juniors. Especially the kind of area our college is set in, these kind of initiatives will help the not-so-fortunate around. But these juniors also need some soft skills training.
@ Shayon,
Thanks for the video.
I recognised one of the guys in the video as a junior when we were in coll.
When did this initiative start?


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