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The Economic Transcript
The Mithibai Economic Forum was created as a platform for discussion on economic issues and development by the students of Commerce faculty. Along the way, the members of the MEF felt the need for a more concrete medium of communication for all-things-economic. This is where the idea for The Economic Transcript came to Adityapal Singh Jaggi, Ayush Jain and Dev Shah– to start an e-magazine dedicated to keeping its readers up-to-date with the latest happenings and, at the same time, allowing the students to hone their skills in fields ranging from journalistic writing to graphic designing.

The Economic Transcript, established in the year 2016, is a monthly e-magazine and has its own blog where articles are uploaded on a wide variety of topics, be it economic issues such as the Venezuelan Crisis, political happenings such as various summits and elections taking place all over the world, or social issues such as Transgender Rights.

Here, the students are encouraged to go beyond the scope of the textbook, engage in research and present their points of view to the world. They learn how to develop a well informed opinion and use the power of words to assist those around them to have an informed opinion as well. Through such an exchange of ideas, they truly understand what it means to “agree to disagree”.

The Economic Transcript has achieved great heights in a very short period of time. In just two years, TET has spread in 119 countries, with its largest viewership coming from India, US, UK, Germany, Canada, Japan and Philippines and garnered over 18,000 views. The magazine, on the other hand, has gained over 750 subscribers in the same period.

With Arushi Sharma as the current Editor-in-Chief, TET aims to achieve greater heights. A sanctuary for preserving people’s right to speech, TET invites you to embark upon a path to self development. Students are welcome to join us as writers, content and copy editors, public relations and graphics members.
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