Brass Boutique

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Brass Boutique is a Mumbai based start up run by two college students. It deals in customized metallic jewellery and accessories based on a metal cutting craft.They are currently limited only to Mumbai and are planning to expand their business to reach all the parts of India.

Brass Boutique has a certain set of standard designs which are most popular and in demand like The Deathly Hallows pendant and the seven Horcruxes charm bracelet and the Stark symbol (from Game of Thrones) pendants and keychains. They also make customized jewellery. All one has to do is send them the design of their choice (or ask them to design) and it will be delivered within seven-ten days from the day of the placement of the order. 

The main purpose of the start up is not to earn money, but to spread happiness. Therefore, one will find the products to be really cheap and affordable. It is hard to find anyone else in Mumbai who is running the same business. 

Brass Boutique is currently looking for an intern to help them with the publicity. A certificate of acknowledgement and a monetary compensation on any product of their choice will be provided at the end of the internship.

For more details, like their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BrassBoutiqueImageImageImageImageImage

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The entire concept is unworkable.

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The best thing about engineering is that the world revolves around us. And that’s not just because they need us for everything. It’s because we pick the co-ordinate system. 😉

The word ‘Engineering’ comes from a Latin word meaning ‘cleverness’. This is ironic since the exams we write do not test our intelligence but how well we can mug up the subject a night before the exam.

We are often told that our program is not giving the “expected result” even when the teachers themselves do not know what is to be expected. Well, I know that cursing a teacher wouldn’t make a difference on our grades, but the feeling is awesome. 😉

In four years of engineering, we study over 60 subjects and are expected to remember everything that we have learnt in those 60 subjects at the time of an interview. If a human brain could store that much information, we wouldn’t even need computers!

Taking up Engineering means giving up on a lot of things. Some see it as a suicide mission. One has to give up on his social life, sleep, health. But it’s worth it if you love what you are doing and it makes you happy to learn and apply new things everyday.

Everytime you question your decision of pursuing engineering, just tell yourself that you’re the origin. And that everything in the world depends on you. 😀

Makes me proud. 🙂