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SP40 is here

February 9, 2013

Alumni meet and celebration of 40 years of School of Planning are afoot at CEPT. Today it is ITPI Seminar at University Convention Centre, and just a few lingering souls at campus. Delicious (and harmless) gossip about the shake up at CEPT, people voicing their opinions about the new (and old) dean of FP, and pleasant breeze… Most past students have promised to show up tomorrow for the alumni meet.

Roots 13 overlaps with this as well. Rockshow featuring Grasshopper Green was a moderate hit.

I wonder if the lecture by the new Director on strategy would be the same as SA50.

That one is @ https://architectureindeed.wordpress.com/2012/12/28/multi-percussion-saxophone-at-campus-27-12-2012/

On a tangential note, why hasn’t the faculty/ CEPT updated its website? (Same old structure shows up @ http://www.cept.ac.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=31&Itemid=82) and nothing in news either. Sad.

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